Tomas Ron
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This doom she chose,  to forsake the Blessed Realm, putting aside claim to kinship with those that dwell there, that the fates of Beren and Luthien might be joined. And their paths lead together beyond the confines of the world.  So it was that of the Eldar,  she alone has died indeed,  and left the world long ago. Yet in her choice the Two Kindreds have been joined.

This doom she chose, to forsake the Blessed Realm, putting aside claim to kinship with those that dwell there, that the fates of Beren and Luthien might be joined. And their paths lead together beyond the confines of the world. So it was that of the Eldar, she alone has died indeed, and left the world long ago. Yet in her choice the Two Kindreds have been joined.

Luthien by Filat on DeviantArt

Luthien by Filat on DeviantArt

Silmarillion - Ungoliant and Melkor by helgecbalzer on @DeviantArt

Silmarillion - Ungoliant and Melkor by helgecbalzer on @DeviantArt

For now, more than in the days of Utumno ere his pride was humbled, his hatred devoured him, and in the domination of his servants and the inspiring of them with lust of evil he spent his spirit. Nonetheless his majesty as one of the Valar long remained, though turned to terror, and before his face all save the mightiest sank into a dark pit of fear.

For now, more than in the days of Utumno ere his pride was humbled, his hatred devoured him, and in the domination of his servants and the inspiring of them with lust of evil he spent his spirit. Nonetheless his majesty as one of the Valar long remained, though turned to terror, and before his face all save the mightiest sank into a dark pit of fear.

"Thus he was beguiled by his own malice, for he watched her, leaving her free for awhile, and taking secret pleasure in his thought. Then suddenly she eluded his sight, and out of the shadows began a song of such surpassing loveliness, and of such blinding power, that he listened perforce; and a blindness came upon him, as his eyes roamed to and fro, seeking her."

"Thus he was beguiled by his own malice, for he watched her, leaving her free for awhile, and taking secret pleasure in his thought. Then suddenly she eluded his sight, and out of the shadows began a song of such surpassing loveliness, and of such blinding power, that he listened perforce; and a blindness came upon him, as his eyes roamed to and fro, seeking her."

Morgoth Bauglir

Morgoth Bauglir

Morgoth vs Fingolfin

Morgoth vs Fingolfin