Garman (T.A. 2431 - T.A. 2475) was the Lord of the Éothéod and the father of Léod. Known to be a great horseman during his rule, Garman taught his son the importance of being a Lord and how to rule his people during trouble times ahead. While leaving his son in Rhovanion, he led a small cavalry to venture south to Gondor, but were suddenly ambushed and slaughtered by Orcs that were attacking the southern kingdom.


  • Garman was an earlier name used by Tolkien for Leod, the father of Eorl, the first King of Rohan.


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