Juho Ylä-Outinen

Juho Ylä-Outinen

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Upon the cape west of Eglarest Finrod raised the tower of Barad Nimras to watch the western sea, though needlessly, as it proved; for at no time ever did Morgoth essay to build ships or to make war by sea. ~ The Silmarillion, Chapter 14 (Barad Nimras by LowSyet, deviantART)

Upon the cape west of Eglarest Finrod raised the tower of Barad Nimras to watch the western sea, though needlessly, as it proved; for at no time ever did Morgoth essay to build ships or to make war by.

Scatha possessed a great hoard, stolen from the Dwarves. He was slain by Fram son of Frumgar in the early days of the Éothéod. His recovered hoard was the subject of dispute between the Men of the Éothéod and the Dwarves of that region, who claimed the hoard as theirs. Fram rebuked their claim, and sent them the teeth of the dragon, with the words, "Jewels such as these you will not match in your treasuries, for they are hard to come by." Illustration by Matthew Stewart

THE TEETH OF SCATHA THE WORM Matthew Stewart (Scatha was one of the greatest of the Long-worms that infested the Grey Mountains, slained by the Éothéod leader Fram)

Caranthir at Lake Helevorn by KipRasmussen on DeviantArt

I wanted to do an icy mountain lake, but I'm torn about whether this is Caranthir at Lake Helevorn, Maedhros in the highlands of Himring, or the Lord of. Caranthir at Lake Helevorn

Upon the cape west of Eglarest Finrod raised the tower of Barad Nimras to watch the western sea, though needlessly, as it proved; for at no time ever did Morgoth essay to build ships or to make war by sea. ~ The Silmarillion, Chapter 14 (Barad Nimras by LowSyet, deviantART)

Upon the cape west of Eglarest Finrod raised the tower of Barad Nimras to watch the western sea, though needlessly, as it proved; for at no time ever did Morgoth essay to build ships or to make war by.