Éomer is a character in J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium. He appears in The Two Towers and The Return of the King, the second and third volumes of Tolkien's fantasy novel The Lord of the Rings.
The name Éomer, literally translating to "Horse-famous", can be found in Beowulf, an Anglo-Saxon poem Tolkien had studied extensively and drew from while creating his characters.
The son of Théodwyn and Éomund and belonging to the House of Eorl, Éomer is...
The Fellows meet Eomer and company riding from the Orc battle and policing th...
Surrounded by Eomer's men, Gimli defies Eomer's demand for their names.
Legolas, in defense of Gimli, whips an arrow from his quiver with blinding sp...
Eomer encourages their search but not their hope as he rides of to the north.
Eomer rides north after giving them bad news several times over.
The troupes marshaled, Eomer calls them to duty and to the ride to Gondor.
Eomer grabs Grima under the chin, about to dispatch him for the evil he has d...
While Frodo and Sam make their way through Mordor, the other member of the Fe...
Eomer provides horses for The Fellowship as they ride after Pippin and Merry.
As they fight there way into the open. The men at Helms Deep look up and to t...
Gimli enquirers about a road that goes into the mountain.
Eowyn has dressed Merry as a solder of Rohan and sent him of to the smith to ...