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Éowyn of the House of Eorl

Name: Éowyn
Spent OM: 5200
Consumed OM: 0
Proficiencies (2400): Physical Strength (1000 OM), Ranged Proficiency (1000 OM), Buff Proficiency (400 OM)
Powers (0/8000):
Moves (1800): Forth Eorlingas! (300 OM), Ashen spear (600 OM), Hasuhyrne, blade of the mark (300 OM), Great shield of Rohan (300 OM) Hooves of the Mark (300)
Super Moves (0):
Transformations (1000): Rider of Rohan (1000)
Assists (0):
Unlocks (0):
Base stats: (rider of rohan)
ATK: 2 (5)
DEF: 4 (3)
SPD: 1 (5)
TEC: 3 (2)

{taken from Wikipedia with slight modifications}
In The Two Towers, Éowyn, a daughter of the House of Eorl and the goddaughter of King Théoden of Rohan, is introduced in Meduseld, the king's hall at Edoras. She was the daughter of Théodwyn (Théoden's sister) and Éomund and the sister of Éomer. When she was only seven years old, her father was killed fighting orcs and her mother died of grief. Éowyn and Éomer were raised in her uncle's household as if they were his own children.
Tolkien writes that she longed to win renown in battle—especially since she was royal—but being female, her duties were reckoned to be at Edoras. When Théoden's mind was poisoned by his adviser Gríma Wormtongue, Éowyn was obliged to care for her uncle, and his deterioration pained her deeply. To make matters worse, she was constantly harassed by Gríma, who lusted after her. However, when Gandalf arrived, he freed Théoden from Wormtongue's influence.
Éowyn fell in love with Aragorn, but it soon became clear that he could not return her love although he did not mention his betrothal to Arwen, except by indirect allusion, and would not allow her to join him in going to war. As Aragorn pointed out, her duty was with her people; she had to shoulder the responsibility of ruling Rohan in Théoden's stead when the war-host of Rohan went to war, a duty he deemed no less valiant. Likening her situation to a "cage", Éowyn said she feared "[t]o stay behind bars, until use and old age accept them, and all chance of great deeds is gone beyond recall or desire".
In The Return of the King, she disguised herself as a man and, under the alias of Dernhelm (from Old English dern meaning "secret, concealed"), travelled with the Riders of Rohan to the Battle of the Pelennor Fields outside the White City of Minas Tirith in Gondor, carrying with her Meriadoc Brandybuck, who had also been ordered to remain behind, on her horse Windfola. It was during the peak of the battle of Pelennor fields, moments prior to her confrontation with the Witch-King of Angmar, that Omni transported Eowyn to the Omniverse.


Éowyn is described to be very beautiful; she was tall, slim, pale, and graceful, with long golden hair and grey eyes. In temperament she was idealistic, spirited, brave and high-minded, but very lonely, having sacrificed her own happiness for years to care for her sick uncle and meet the responsibilities of a shield-maiden. When engaging in more courtly affairs, Eowyn often wears a plain white dress, embroidered with silver. However she prefers a more functional vest and skirt combination of a muted color. When engaging battle she wears a horse hair helm, durable chainmail and leather jerkin with the emerald cape characteristic of the Rohirrim.

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Eowyn is often spoken of as being idealistic and high-minded, with a keen mind and an awareness that was often lauded. However, her life has been greatly affected by the influence of Sauron, and her tone has often been called icy by those for whom she cares little. Eowyn is slow to trust, and quick to shut people out. She has even been called unapproachable. She fears that her status and gender will accord her a small part only in tales of heroics, and above all she craves to win glory and renown through her actions. Eowyn believes in an objective morality, and has less tolerance for "greyness" than many others, but she will gladly sacrifice everything to protect those she deems worthy of protection, or even just to oppose a threat of significant strength. The discovery of her own new immortality is only likely to improve her commitment.


ATK: 2
As a shield maiden, Eowyn's strength is surprising for one who is most often relegated to state affairs. Nevertheless she is a strong warrior and quick with a blade.
DEF: 4
Eowyn wears armored mail into battle unless caught off-guard, and this, combined with her overbearing determination, makes her a difficult foe to put down.
SPD: 1
Eowyn is by no means slow, but the cumbersome nature of her armor cannot really put her at the same speed as other combatants.
TEQ: 3
Eowyn has trained extensively, and has mastered the art of the blade and the spear. She is a capable and dangerous warrior, both on horseback and on foot.


Physical Strength (1000 OM)
A shield-maiden of rohan, Eowyn has comprehensive training in physical combat. though the majority of her training would be with the sword and the spear, she would also have had rudimentary training in unarmed combat. A warrior may not always have their weapon.
Ranged Proficiency (1000 OM)
Due to this training, she has also become familiar with ranged weaponry. She is the most familiar with the spear, but can use a recurve bow if the situation calls for it.
Buff Proficiency (400 OM)
As the king's neice, Eowyn has the presence and voice of command. This can help her to effectively lead troops and bolster her allies in battle.


some people are only human.

Forth Eorlingas! (requires Buff proficiency, 300 OM) 
Though not yet experienced in the commanding of large scale forces, Eowyn nethertheless bears the presence of the House of Eorl, and with it a voice that can command. This cry, accompanied by a suitably dramatic gesture, (such as the presentation of a banner or a defeated enemy captain) can help to signal a shift in a battle. The cry is audible for 15 meters around, and will lend a second wind to those who can hear it, strengthening their resolve, and empowering them for a charge to break a formation of all but the strongest troops. Due to the nature of Omniphysics, Eowyn is actually diffusing her own power 

Ashen Spear (requires physical strength, ranged proficiency, 600 OM)
A sturdy six foot length of Ashen wood, braced with iron and tipped with a wide broad blade 20 cm in length and tapering from 12 cm at the base of the blade to about 5 cm at its tip. the blade is better suited for a mounted charge than for a defensive line or extensively fighting on foot. It can be wielded one-handed, in conjunction with a shield or reins, but with somewhat drastic reductions in mobility as a result.
The spear, though somewhat heavy, can be thrown accurately to about 20 meters.

Hasuhyrne, blade of the mark (requires physical strength, 300 OM)
(Literally “the grey corner”)
A full hand-and-a-half blade, almost a meter in length, this tempered iron blade can be wielded with a shield, or held with a two-handed fighting stance with equal effectiveness. the sword is double bladed, with a heftier weight that makes it more durable and powerful, but slower than is perhaps average for a blade in the Omniverse. The weapon is designed to batter away defenses rather than foil them. The hilt is approximately 8 inches in length, with a pair of curving horses making the cross guard. The blade widens from about 3 inches at cross guard down to an inch and a half and the tip of the blade. An Heirloom of the house of Eorl, Hasuhyrne is of excellent make and can withstand severe damage before shattering.

Great shield of Rohan (requires physical strength, 300 OM)
A sturdy wooden shield, about a meter in diameter with a metal band along the rim. The front is painted an emerald green with the white steed of the house of Eorl. The shield is study, and can withstand a solid beating, but it might very well splinter under enough stress, and though it has been sealed in an effort to prevent this, it isn’t impervious to fire, and will catch light if exposed to it for long.

T1 powered-up form: Rider of Rohan (1000 OM)

Mounted upon her noble steed Windfola, Eowyn is an even more dangerous combatant, with the strength and speed to decimate a foe taken unawares. She has somewhat fewer tactical options while mounted, but the power of a mounted rider more than makes up for this fault.

ATK: 5
DEF: 3
SPD: 5
TEQ: 2

Hooves of the Mark (requires Rider of Rohan to be active, physical proficiency (300 OM)

The true terror of a mounted warrior comes not only from the added height and momentum it lends to the rider’s attacks, but from the powerful beast upon which they ride. Windfola is capable of delivering sharp kicks and riding down foes with a terrifying power and ease, and will complement Eowyn’s own plans quite well, allowing her to focus on her own attacks.

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