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  1. Public Bookmark 13

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    Maglor has one brother left.

    Both have one more fight in them.

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  2. Public Bookmark 9

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    Elrond learns some unsettling truths about his captors.

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  3. Public Bookmark *

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    When Maglor and Maedhros are both hit hard in a battle, their followers have to face a difficult question. Who do they follow now?

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  4. Public Bookmark *

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    There is singing from the southeast tower of the citadel.

    There is always singing from the southeast tower of the citadel.

    For over three thousand years someone has lived in that tower and sung, and today Faramir wants to know why.

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  5. Public Bookmark 1

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    Works detailing the Nirnaeth Arnoediad and it's consequences. The phrase "Auta i lomë" is Quenya, and means "the night passes". It is taken from The Silmarillion. This series is all about the metaphorical "night", that fell over Beleriand after the Nirnaeth: and how it eventually passed. This is going to get very dark, not only are Tolkien's villains truly evil but some of his heroes are less than perfectly good. Especially in this part of the Legendarium, there is a lot of grey-and-black morality going on. Think of the setting of a Film Noir. Unlike a Film Noir however, this series is ultimately about how meaningful resistance to evil is: in keeping with the spirit of Tolkien's work.

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