|Fate||Killed by Smaug during the Sack of Erebor|
Mika Milovana was a woman who was the wife of Girion, the Lord of Dale. She was also the mother of Girnir and Harbard, making her the grandmother of Bard Bowman, and great-grandmother of Bain Bardson, Sigrid Bardsdottir, and Tilda Bardsdottir.
Behind the ScenesEdit
- Though not appearing in the movie, Mika Milovana appeared as a princess of Dale in the 1966 adaptation of The Hobbit. The character was one of three who survived the destruction of Dale by the dragon Slag, the others being a watchman and General Torin Oakenshield. The Princess got angry when Bilbo refused to accept his prophesied role of the dragon slayer and declared that she would go alone to the Lonely Mountain. Dismayed that a child should enter into such peril, Bilbo agreed to go. After Bilbo had killed Slag, Dale was restored. Bilbo and Mika reigned there together for a time before they returned to Hobbiton.
- According to Gene Deitch, the director of The Hobbit (1966 film), the Princess was named after Pete Seeger’s eldest daughter "Mika". Her second name, "Milovana", 'means a beloved woman' in Czech.
- The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (First appearance)