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Eönwë is the banner-bearer and the herald of Manwë, and Chief of the Maiar along with Ilmarë. In The Silmarillion Christopher Tolkien added a statement that Eönwë was the "greatest of arms in Arda," meaning that he was the best with weapons and the most skilled in warfare, to explain why this character would have been chosen to lead the armies of the Valar.[1]  When the appeal of Eärendil reached the shores of Aman, it was Eönwë who first greeted him. When Manwë decided to heed the appeal…

Eönwë is the banner-bearer and the herald of Manwë, and Chief of the Maiar along with Ilmarë.

Melian by Sempern0x.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

After a nice bath Elvia Mellenire, inhabitant of Horn, starts to get ready for the bal, starting with trying a new lip color and a new diadem.

Arwen & Aragorn stained glass. Pretty, but I just realized it's based off of the movie not the book. :(

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Melian the Maia by Elena Kukanova  She dwelt in the gardens of Lórien, and among all his people there were none more beautiful than Melian, nor more wise, nor more skilled in songs of enchantment. It is told that the Valar would leave their works, and the birds of Valinor their mirth, that the bells of Valmar were silent and the fountains ceased to flow, when at the mingling of the lights Melian sang in Lórien. She loved the deep shadows of the great trees. — The Silmarillion. JRR Tolkien.

“Melian was a Maia, of the race of the Valar. She dwelt in the gardens of Lórien, and among all his people there were none more beautiful than Melian, nor more wise, nor more skilled in songs of enchantment.” Melian by ekukanova on DeviantArt

#sorry i'm not sorry about my elf problem

the blackheads, the redheads, and the blonde head.

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yourlaranikaisakova: “ Feanorings by Daeronthetreeshadow (Dairon): Maedhros Maglor Celegorm Curufin Amras Amrod ”

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