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For questions about The Silmarillion, a collection of works by J.R.R. Tolkien posthumously published by his son, Christopher in 1977. Always use in conjunction with the [tolkiens-legendarium] tag.

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According to the legendarium It was a tradition under the Eldar and Edain that they [Idril and Tuor] arrived in Valinor, and that Tuor alone of Men was counted among the Eldar, immortal as other E …
asked Jul 30 '14 by Shisa
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I was able to dig up an actual copy of the referenced Letter 153 and the text of the letter makes many things clear. 1. Tuor becoming Immortal is only a supposition, and not fact. ... my legendar …
answered Jul 31 '14 by Shisa
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Just like modern humans, the various peoples of Middle-Earth all have different naming conventions. In fact the only people in Middle Earth to have family names analogous to the common (but not univer …
answered Oct 28 '14 by Shisa
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I recently came across a particular essay by the author of The Last Ringbearer, which states: The Middle Earth has several built-in physical defects, and there’s no getting away from that. In his …
asked Jun 10 '14 by Shisa