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@2 weeks ago with 108 notes
mallow213:

House of Fingolfin ideas
アルゴン君忘れたわけじゃないよ!イメージ掴めないだけだよ!

mallow213:

House of Fingolfin ideas

アルゴン君忘れたわけじゃないよ!イメージ掴めないだけだよ!

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@3 weeks ago with 124 notes

creepbumble:

sheilah beckett

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@3 weeks ago with 188 notes

kingdomy:

Shiba Inu “works” at a little shop in Japan (via)

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@4 weeks ago with 76295 notes

tolkienreadalong:

Okay, I know that several of you re-readers mentioned that the influx of names in this week’s chapters have stumped you in the past, so in the interest of helping with that I’ve made the above infographics (I even wrote a limerick - suck it, poetry!)

I couldn’t think of anything for Finarfin’s kids, but I’ll keep working on it - and let me know if there’s another group of names you find especially confusing, and I’ll see if I can come up with anything.

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@4 weeks ago with 367 notes
faramireowyn:

As Maeglin grew to full stature he resembled in face and form rather his kindred of the Noldor, but in mood and mind he was the son of his father. His words were few save in matters that touched him near, and then his voice had a power to move those that heard him and to overthrow those that withstood him. He was tall and black-haired; his eyes were dark, yet bright and keen as the eyes of the Noldor, and his skin was white. Often he went with Eol to the cities of the Dwarves in the east of Ered Lindon, and there he learned eagerly what they would teach, and above all the craft of finding the ores of metals in the mountains.
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faramireowyn:

As Maeglin grew to full stature he resembled in face and form rather his kindred of the Noldor, but in mood and mind he was the son of his father. His words were few save in matters that touched him near, and then his voice had a power to move those that heard him and to overthrow those that withstood him. He was tall and black-haired; his eyes were dark, yet bright and keen as the eyes of the Noldor, and his skin was white. Often he went with Eol to the cities of the Dwarves in the east of Ered Lindon, and there he learned eagerly what they would teach, and above all the craft of finding the ores of metals in the mountains.

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@4 weeks ago with 529 notes
tyelpings:

tiny grumpy Finwë

tyelpings:

tiny grumpy Finwë

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@4 weeks ago with 100 notes
r-navy:

*~~*

r-navy:

*~~*

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@1 month ago with 351 notes
megazal:

twitpicの調子が悪いのかあるいは俺がまずくなっているのか… on Twitpic
@3 weeks ago with 15 notes
finduilas-faelivrin:

Legolas and Gimli depart by TurnerMohan

"We have heard tell that Legolas took Gimli Glóin’s son with him because of their great friendship, greater than any that has been between Elf and Dwarf. If this is true, then it is strange indeed: that a Dwarf should be willing to leave Middle-earth for any love, or that the Eldar should receive him, or that the Lords of the West should permit it. But it is said that Gimli went also out of desire to see again the beauty of Galadriel; and it may be that she, being mighty among the Eldar, obtained this grace for him. More cannot be said of this matter."  
—The Return of the King, Appendix A

finduilas-faelivrin:

Legolas and Gimli depart by TurnerMohan

"We have heard tell that Legolas took Gimli Glóin’s son with him because of their great friendship, greater than any that has been between Elf and Dwarf. If this is true, then it is strange indeed: that a Dwarf should be willing to leave Middle-earth for any love, or that the Eldar should receive him, or that the Lords of the West should permit it. But it is said that Gimli went also out of desire to see again the beauty of Galadriel; and it may be that she, being mighty among the Eldar, obtained this grace for him. More cannot be said of this matter."  

—The Return of the King, Appendix A

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@3 weeks ago with 2380 notes
markedasinfernal:

'The smallest host and the first to set forth was led by Ingwë, the most high lord of all the Elvish race. He entered into Valinor and sits at the feet of the Powers, and all Elves revere his name; but he never came back, nor looked again upon Middle-earth. The Vanyar were his people; they are the Fair Elves, the beloved of Manwë and Varda, and few among men have spoken with them.' - Of the Coming of the Elves, The Silmarillion.
Elfs, by Fish-Ka

markedasinfernal:

'The smallest host and the first to set forth was led by Ingwë, the most high lord of all the Elvish race. He entered into Valinor and sits at the feet of the Powers, and all Elves revere his name; but he never came back, nor looked again upon Middle-earth. The Vanyar were his people; they are the Fair Elves, the beloved of Manwë and Varda, and few among men have spoken with them.' - Of the Coming of the Elves, The Silmarillion.

Elfs, by Fish-Ka

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@3 weeks ago with 178 notes

scorpionhoney:

Eärendil and Elwing 

I’ve been having these really dark thoughts lately and earlier tonight it was becoming unbearably painful and I was starting to lose touch with myself. Even after after I was able to get out of it I still had this after taste of pain and fear.

So I drew this to comfort myself and it really helped me out. Also a huge thank you to my dear friend dinosoresaur, thank you for all you’ve done for me chickadee <3

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@4 weeks ago with 114 notes
givenclarity:

sorry damegorthaur.. I needed to draw something cute for a break and this idea was too precious &gt;_&lt; 

givenclarity:

sorry damegorthaur.. I needed to draw something cute for a break and this idea was too precious >_< 

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@4 weeks ago with 290 notes
kusuri2013:

To cherish.
Maglor+Elrond+Elros

kusuri2013:

To cherish.

Maglor+Elrond+Elros

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@4 weeks ago with 169 notes
markedasinfernal:

'Then Gwindor said to Túrin: “Let bearing pay for bearing! But ill-fated was mine, and vain is thine; for my body is marred beyond healing, and I must leave Middle-earth. And though I love thee, son of Húrin, yet I rue the day that I took thee from the Orcs. But for thy prowess and thy pride, still I should have love and life, and Nargothrond should yet stand a while. Now if thou love me, leave me! Haste thee to Nargothrond, and save Finduilas. And this last I say to thee: she alone stands between thee and thy doom. If thou fail her, it shall not fail to find thee. Farewell!”' - Of Túrin Turambar, The Silmarillion
Tumhalad, by LB82

markedasinfernal:

'Then Gwindor said to Túrin: “Let bearing pay for bearing! But ill-fated was mine, and vain is thine; for my body is marred beyond healing, and I must leave Middle-earth. And though I love thee, son of Húrin, yet I rue the day that I took thee from the Orcs. But for thy prowess and thy pride, still I should have love and life, and Nargothrond should yet stand a while. Now if thou love me, leave me! Haste thee to Nargothrond, and save Finduilas. And this last I say to thee: she alone stands between thee and thy doom. If thou fail her, it shall not fail to find thee. Farewell!”' - Of Túrin Turambar, The Silmarillion

Tumhalad, by LB82

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@1 month ago with 110 notes