|Title||Beregond of the Guard|
|Children||Bergil & Borlas|
|Lord of the Rings film trilogy|
Beregond's fathers were from the vales of the White Mountains, and prior to that they lived in Ithilien. Beregond had two sons, Bergil, who was ten years of age at the time of the War of the Ring, and a younger son named Borlas. Beregond was a member of the Third Company of the Citadel. He admired Faramir and saw him as a brave warrior and a great leader. Beregond did not travel outside of Minas Tirith often, but understood the threat that Sauron posed to the city.
War of the RingEdit
On the morning of March 9, TA 3003, Beregond was assigned to help Peregrin Took who had just become a Guard of the Citadel. As Beregond had never met a Hobbit before, he was eager to meet Pippin and he was astounded that Pippin looked much like a child yet had faced more dangers than most Gondorians.