Gil-Galad and Tar-Aldarion (right) was my favorite king of numenor. he was a great mariner of men in middle-earth. he often allied with gil-galad in dealings with matter of the free-peoples against the shadow
But the Dwarves were victorious, and the halls of Thingol were sacked and plundered. There fell Mablung of the heavy hand, before the doors of the treasury wherein lay the Nauglamir, and the Silmaril was taken.
Aegnor and Andreth. Aegnor fell in love with a mortal woman called Andreth, long before Beren and Lúthien, or Tuor and Idril. They never married, because they both did not want to enter a relationship in which he would have to watch her grow old and die.
Runes and the English letter values assigned to them by Tolkien, used in several of his original illustrations and designs for The Hobbit. << My friend taught me this alphabet a bit. I was fun to write to each other!
Tolkien >>>> J. *Tolkien created multiple languages not just one.* There really is no comparison of the two authors. If you don't agree that's fine. I like Rowling, but she just isn't Tolkien.<< I love both of them!