Boromir is a supporting character in J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium. He appears in the first two volumes of The Lord of the Rings (The Fellowship of the Ring and The Two Towers), and is mentioned in the last volume, The Return of the King.
He was the brother of Faramir and the eldest son of Denethor II, the last ruling Steward of Gondor.
Boromir was honourable and noble; he believed passionately in the greatness of his kingdom and would have...
Only hours earlier Boromir spoke these words in victory... this time he speak...
Representatives from all of Middle Earth, Dwarfs, Elf and Men, gather to disc...
Boromir, who feels his people should wield the Ring, speaks to the council.
Frodo volunteers to see the Ring destroyed in the fires of Mordor. Others ste...
Frodo has slipped on the mountain slope and has drop the ring. Boromir picks ...
Boromir sees the approach of the Orcs attacking them in the mines.
Faramir reminisces of his time with his brother.
Faramir reflects on a toast made with Boromir.
Boromir defends Faramir from their father's criticism.
Faramir thinks to a time when Boromir defended him from their father's critic...
Denethor send his son on a fools mission. He sends him to his death.
Gandalf provides light from his staff. Boromir looks about and see the remain...
In Rivindell Boromir cuts his finger while examining the shards of Narsil. Ar...