|Date of birth||TA 2901|
|Date of death||March 15, TA 3003|
|Weaponry||Sword and Bow|
|Culture||Arnorians (Dúnedain of Arnor)|
|Hair color||Dark brown|
|Parentage||Halbaron I & Evonyn|
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Halbarad Dúnadan was a Ranger of Eriador. He was the son of Halbaron and Evonyn, and also the adopted brother of Maia. He later went on to lead the Grey Company to Aragorn's aid during the War of the Ring and carried Aragorn's standard onto Pelennor Fields where he was killed.
Born in the year TA 2901 of the late-Third Age, Halbarad was destined to become a Ranger of the North like his father since he was highly skilled in weapons and woodlore. After turning 11 in the year TA 2912, his parents adopted a young six year old girl named Maia, who lost her family during an attack in her village and fled with many other refugees to Taurdal. Halbarad started to care about Maia and loved her as a sister. Sometimes, Halbarad would often take his new sister to the woods and they would play hide-in-seek.
Later in TA 2915, Halbarad and his family were present at the time when Gilraen gave birth to her son Aragorn, the Heir of Isildur. Halbarad and his sister would often look after Aragorn and play with him. Two years later, Halbarad was involved in the Battle of Taurdal where he fought alongside his father against Orcs that were tasked by their dark master to eliminate the Dúnedain. His mother was slain while defending Maia and a number of children.
Ranger of the NorthEdit
In TA 2925, Halbarad and his sister Maia become Rangers of the North and after the Arnorians, including many of their refugees, managed to resettle in the ruined city of Annúminas, the two siblings spent their lives watching the borders of the Shire. After his father was slain by orcs in TA 2933, Halbarad married a Dúnedain woman and had a son, Halbaron II, named after his father.
War of the RingEdit
During the War of the Ring, Halbarad met up with sister Maia when he received a response of a message that was sent to Rivendell by Galadriel. Gathering more than 6000 Rangers of the North, Halbarad was tasked to lead the Grey Company to aid his kinsman Aragorn, the heir of Isildur.