|Affiliation||Thórin & Company|
|Date of birth||TA 2911|
|Date of death||November 23, TA 2941|
|Parentage||Unnamed mother and father|
|Siblings||Two unnamed sisters|
|Lord of the Rings film trilogy|
Mika Milovana was a Human Wood-folk who lived in the region of Rhovanion in northern Middle-earth. During the late-Third Age, while all the Woodmen were forced to leave Greenwood the Great which became Mirkwood, Mika got herself separated from her family until she took refuge in Rivendell and would later join Thórin's company in reclaiming Erebor from the Dragon Smaug.
Mika was born in the year TA 2911 during the Third Age. She and her family were noble friends to King Thranduil. At some point when Sauron, under the guise of the Necromancer, caused a darkening of Greenwood, Mika and her family were forced to leave when the whole forest became thicker, darker and covered in cobwebs. Howeever, she and her family got themselves separated when a group of Kazgûmhoth Orcs ambushed them when they were on their way to Widuburg. Mika traveled across the mountains and managed to seek refuge in Rivendell, the house of Elrond.
Battle of Seven ArmiesEdit
After the dragon attacked Esgaroth, Mika left the Lonely Mountain and meets up with Bard and his people that have taken residence in Dale. She became very loyal to Bard, and like every person that survived the destruction of Esgaroth, they would make him their king. When Thranduil's army arrived in Dale a necklace of white gems from Thórin's treasure, Mika and Bard attempted to reason with Thórin to avoid further bloodshed, but the stubborn Dwarf refuses to listen to his company's dismay. Preparing for battle, Mika took command of all the women in Bard's army. After Gandalf arrives at Dale, Mika was the first to spot Bilbo, who snuck out of Erebor to hand the Arkenstone over to Thranduil and Bard. She was happy to see him since she was growing worried about Thórin's madness from the sickness of Dol Guldur. She accompanied Bilbo to meet up with Gandalf, Thranduil and Bard where he reveals the Arkenstone. Before Bilbo was planning to return, Mika pleaded him to not to since it was too risky, but Bilbo tells her that he has to and told her that he truly loves her. Mika felt happy of what he said, and kissed him.
The next day, Mika rides besides Thranduil, Bard, Lianna, Corwin, and Gandalf where Thórin threatens to kill them if they get any closer. She watches in horror when Thórin was almost kills the Hobbit, but felt relieved when the other dwarves hold off their leader so Bilbo can escape down the wall to her. Mika picked Bilbo up and placed him on her horse for protection.