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Curunír (later Saruman) in Valinor, before leaving for Middle-earth. Gerwell.

Curunír (later Saruman) in Valinor, before leaving for Middle-earth. Gerwell.

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Maglor. Pain and regret

Maglor. Pain and regret

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Sauron Art: Ashram

Sauron Art: Ashram

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Black Book of Arda | The Throne of Angband

Black Book of Arda | The Throne of Angband

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Barad-dûr, The Dark Tower of Sauron

Barad-dûr, The Dark Tower of Sauron

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The Weight of the Crown (Morgoth) fter his theft of the Silmarils and destruction of the Two Trees, Melkor fled the Valar and returned to Middle-earth, as Fëanor cursed him and gave him a new name, Morgoth, the Black Enemy of the World. Returning to his ancient fortress of Angband, far to the north of Beleriand, Morgoth made an Iron Crown for himself, with the three Silmarils mounted upon it.

The Weight of the Crown (Morgoth) fter his theft of the Silmarils and destruction of the Two Trees, Melkor fled the Valar and returned to Middle-earth, as Fëanor cursed him and gave him a new name, Morgoth, the Black Enemy of the World. Returning to his ancient fortress of Angband, far to the north of Beleriand, Morgoth made an Iron Crown for himself, with the three Silmarils mounted upon it.

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Then the forts on the border of Mordor were deserted, and evil entered into the Black Land secretly, and the ashes were stirred by a cold wind, for dark shapes gathered there. These were indeed the Ulairi, whom Sauron called the Nazgul.

Then the forts on the border of Mordor were deserted, and evil entered into the Black Land secretly, and the ashes were stirred by a cold wind, for dark shapes gathered there. These were indeed the Ulairi, whom Sauron called the Nazgul.

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The sun was set as a sign for the awakening of Men and the waning of the Elves; but the moon cherishes their memory.

The sun was set as a sign for the awakening of Men and the waning of the Elves; but the moon cherishes their memory.

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Elwe Thingol and Melian - first meeting The Teleri were the largest of the three hosts of the Eldar. They had two kings, the brothers Elwë (known as Elu Thingol in the Sindarin tongue) and Olwë. When the Teleri reached Beleriand during the Great Journey from Cuiviénen, Thingol went wandering in the forests as was his wont. In the forest of Nan Elmoth he encountered Melian, one of the Maiar. They fell in love, and with Melian, Thingol stood spellbound in Nan Elmoth for several years.

Elwe Thingol and Melian - first meeting The Teleri were the largest of the three hosts of the Eldar. They had two kings, the brothers Elwë (known as Elu Thingol in the Sindarin tongue) and Olwë. When the Teleri reached Beleriand during the Great Journey from Cuiviénen, Thingol went wandering in the forests as was his wont. In the forest of Nan Elmoth he encountered Melian, one of the Maiar. They fell in love, and with Melian, Thingol stood spellbound in Nan Elmoth for several years.