A human warrior made a cameo appearance in J. R. R. Tolkien vs George R. R. Martin. He was portrayed by Joey Greer.

Information on the cameo

The human warrior represents the humans of Middle-earth. The race of Men (Atani) is one of the several races inhabiting Arda, and is the second race of beings created by the supreme God, Ilúvatar.

Appearance in the rap battle

A human warrior, alongside an Orc and two High Elves, briefly appeared at the Black Gate of Mordor during J. R. R. Tolkien's first verse when he said, "Welcome to Shire-raq!" The warrior could later be seen again, alongside the Orc, elves, and Led Zeppelin, during the final line in Tolkien's third verse, "Every time I battle, it's Return of the King!"


  • The warrior's costume and hair appear to be based off that of Faramir, the younger brother of Boromir and a hero of Gondor during the war against Sauron.