Meriadoc Brandybuck, often called "Merry", is found in Bilbo's Room in the Last Homely House, at the southern side of the ground floor. He has a +3 Hope aura.
- Son of Saradoc Brandybuck, called 'The Magnificent', Merry traveled with the Company of the Ring, accompanied Frodo on the Quest of Mount Doom. Captured with his friend Peregrin Took by Orcs, they were separated from the rest of the Company of the Ring, but eventually escaped to become the first mortals for many centuries to encounter the Ents of Fangorn Forest. Merry was present at the destruction of Isengard, and rode to the Battle of the Pelennor with the Rohirrim. There, his deeds won great renown, for with Éowyn of Rohan he defeated and slew the Lord of the Nazgûl. — lorebook
Later in the Epic story-line, Merry is found at Bain Gwaloth in Lothlórien, contemplating by the reflecting pool. [12.9S, 67.2W]
Much later he also appears in a dream, in a quest instance which takes place at the banks of Anduin at the Gap of Rohan.
After the fall of Isengard, Merry can be encountered alongside Pippin at the gates to the destroyed citadel. [47.7S, 89.7W]
When Théoden rides to War with the Riders of Rohan, Merry joins him and can be found at the War-stead of the Eorlingas, next to one Dernhelm. [45.6S, 26.7W]
-  Volume II, Prologue, Instance: The Fellowship Departs
-  Volume II, Book 7, Chapter 2: Ringbearer's Respite
-  Volume III, Book 6, Instance: Troubled Dreams - Solo only
-  Instance: The Horn of Gondor - Session Play
-  Instance: Two Hobbits - Session Play
-  Volume III, Book 14, Chapter 4: Took and Brandybuck
-  Interlude: The Moot
-  Instance: The Moot
-  Volume IV, Book 5, Chapter 6: What It Means to Fight
-  Volume IV, Book 5, Chapter 7: Through the Stonewain Vale
-  Instance: The Ride of the Rohirrim
-  Instance: Death Comes for All
-  Instance: Interlude: A Dream of Cold and Silence
-  Word of the Wounded
-  Instance: Interlude: A Secret Return
-  Instance: The Hands of a Healer
-  Book 9, Chapter 3: On the Field of Victory
- "It would be the worst kind of punishment to be left behind!"
- "I wonder how far it is to... where we're going?"
Merry as a Squire of Rohan