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#61 CIL

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Posted 20 June 2008 - 07:55 AM

Which is even more evidence than say... having him be pushed off. Proof that Elves can die by accident, too. But this topic is getting too off topic, lame, and old. I'm done.

Edited by Crazy Intellectual Liberal, 20 June 2008 - 07:55 AM.

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Posted 20 June 2008 - 02:06 PM

Which is even more evidence than say... having him be pushed off. Proof that Elves can die by accident, too. But this topic is getting too off topic, lame, and old. I'm done.

Thanks.
And Elrond, Tuor helped the refugees escape, too. You were right about everything else though (dang, I misread that part of the Silmarillion).

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Posted 20 June 2008 - 02:44 PM

What accident?
Turgon decided to stay to the end defending his tower in Gondolin. Maeglin of the House of the Mole tried to run off with his cousin, Idril, whom he loved. Unfortunately, Idril was married to Tuor who threw Maeglin - who had revealed the location of Gondolin to Morgoth - over the Walls and into raging fires upon the plains below.

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Posted 20 June 2008 - 06:19 PM

What accident?
Turgon decided to stay to the end defending his tower in Gondolin. Maeglin of the House of the Mole tried to run off with his cousin, Idril, whom he loved. Unfortunately, Idril was married to Tuor who threw Maeglin - who had revealed the location of Gondolin to Morgoth - over the Walls and into raging fires upon the plains below.

I said that, with only a few details I forgot. The House of the Mole and Idril was married to Tuor are things I never knew.

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Posted 27 September 2015 - 12:10 PM

I have a beter idea... How about to add the 5 Istaris? Not just gandalf and saruman, and radagast, Palando, and alatar(the blue wizards) would be awesome to have around. Sadly we don't know much about the 2 blue wizards, but who cares. They could be still useful. Oh and Btw, while Gil-Galad is only had the bigest elven kingdom in middle earth, he just fought in the last aliance, hes deeds were not compare with Galadriel, who actualy faced Sauron, and destoryed the frotress of Dol-Guldur, Nearly she was the head of the white council, and she saw only the lights of valinor, and she was the only elf, who had a knwoledge from a maia, about the trees of light. Oh not even mentioned the epic fight with Sauron in the hobbit film, and she lead the white council, not saruman, cos he was up to finde the ring of power, and that's why he agreeded to siege dol-guldur, and cast out Sauron, because Sauron was in hes way, to look after the ring. Galadriel's skills and knowledge, and wisdom (not to mention her powers) made her a quiet unique character. And by her help, and her support, Gandalf is finished hes quest, and Sauron is No more. To be honest She did alot of things to save middle earth from the darkness. Oh And Gil-Galad is died in the end of the second age durring the fight with sauron (wich is heroic and made him a legend), while Galadriel, was boarded a ship, in the end of the third age when Sauron became one with the void, and went back to home in Valinor. I have read every tolkein book, and there is nothing, yes there is Nothing more about Gil-Galad who can even closly comper Galadriels Deeds. Im not a Huuuuge fan of Galadriel, but i do respect her, and what she hase been done. Her deeds were way more than Gil-Galads. So In my honest opinion, He was nothing more than a elven king, who fought with side by side, with Erendil, Isildur, (they both death, Sauron killed Erendil, Isildur was slayed by a bunch of orcs, cos of the hes week mind, to resist the fucking one ring, while Elrond strongly adviced him to cast in the fires of the Orodurin, he kept that ring, and we all knows how the story ended.   

 

Edit: Those who have theories about Glorfindel's epic battle with the Balrog. Pls Read the Silmarilion book guys...


Edited by THEVALAR, 27 September 2015 - 12:27 PM.

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Posted 27 September 2015 - 02:45 PM

You just posted in a 7 year old topic.


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Posted 10 October 2015 - 01:50 AM

I was wondering why this sub forum had a new post in it...




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