- Gilraen bore Arathorn II a son, who they named Aragorn, in T.A. 2931. He is the descendent of Isildur, and heir to the throne of the Kingdoms of Men. When his father was slain by Orcs Aragorn was two years old. To hide his true identity from the powerful Darkness gathering in Mordor, his mother requested that he be raised in Rivendell by Elrond, where on Elrond's orders he was renamed Estel and his lineage kept hidden from him. To this day Aragorn retains a close affinity for the Elves, their customs, and their history.
- In 2951, at the age of twenty, Elrond revealed Aragorn's royal heritage to him, and he assumed his role as 16th Chieftain of the Dúnedain. After this, he met Arwen, Elrond's daughter, returned from Lothlórien, and fell in love. As Chieftain of the Dúnedain, Aragorn and the Rangers watched over the affairs of the Free Peoples of Middle-earth, protecting their allies from the growing evil that reaches out from Mordor and Angmar, threatening to destroy all of Middle-earth, while asking nothing in return.
- After meeting Gandalf the Grey in 2956, Aragorn and the Rangers began to pay close attention to, and to guard the Shire. In Bree-land he was known as Strider, which was also the name Frodo and his friends used for quite some time. Nevertheless, his trusted friends knew his true name and they by all means supported him and the Rangers in the dire affairs to protect common Men in general, but The Shire in particular.
- It is at this point in time where the Epic Story Line of LOTRO Begins: Category: Book 1 Quests
- Shortly after this, Aragorn encountered the Hobbits in the Prancing Pony and together they escaped from the Black Riders and began their journey to Rivendell.
- In Rivendell, they again meet up with Gandalf at the Council of Elrond after which, the Shards of Narsil are reforged into Andúril which Aragorn carries.
- Next begins the Fellowship of the Ring
Aragorn is found within the Guest Rooms, in the south-west of Rivendell Valley, together with Boromir, Gimli, and Legolas. Before he begins his journey he carefully considers any options for the immediate future, not only for himself and the uncertain path he is chosen to advance, but for the Dúnadain and for all of the Free Peoples.
-  A Dangerous Road
-  A Momentous Decision
-  A Man Called Estel
-  The City of His Fathers
-  Calenglad Remained
-  The Last of the Silithair
-  The Blade that was Broken
-  Instance: The Blade that was Broken
-  Wisdom of the Wardens - Warden
-  Volume I, Book 3, Chapter 7: The Council Assembled
-  Volume I, Book 4, Foreword: The Troubles of Rivendell
-  Volume I, Book 6, Foreword: Turning to the North
-  Volume I, Book 6, Chapter 1: Of Golodir and Angmar
-  Volume I, Book 8, Chapter 6: A Watchful Eye
-  Volume I, Book 9, Foreword: News of the Palantír
-  Volume I, Book 13, Chapter 10: A Triumphant Return
-  Volume I, Book 13, Chapter 11: Narchuil Goes South
-  Volume II, Prologue, Foreword: Bulwark of the West
-  Volume II, Prologue, Foreword: Three Ways
-  Volume II, Prologue, Instance: The Fellowship Departs - Solo-only
-  Volume III, Book 2, Instance: The House of Isildur - Session Play
- "It has been long since I walked on the green grass and sang among the birches of Imladris."
- "Angmar has been hindered for the moment, thanks to you."
-  Elessar's Return
Aragorn (Gap of Rohan)
-  Volume III, Book 6, Instance: Troubled Dreams - Solo-only
Aragorn (West Rohan)
-  Helm's Gate: Too Young, Too Old
-  The Scattered Lords of the Westfold
-  Epic Battle: The Deeping Wall
-  Epic Battle: The Deeping-coomb
-  Epic Battle: The Hornburg
Vol. III. Book 13
-  Chapter 1: The Lay of the Land
-  Chapter 2: Final Preparations
-  Chapter 3: Night Deepens
-  Chapter 4: Helm's Dike
-  Chapter 5: A Need for Words
-  Chapter 6: Atop the Wall
-  Chapter 7: Defending the Deep
-  Chapter 9: Glittering Caves
-  Chapter 10: The Hornburg
-  Chapter 11: Dawn Comes