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Battle of the In-Laws: Tuor & Idril vs. Dior & Nimroth


Sep 9 2011, 2:46am

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Tuor & Idril, parents of Earendil, represent the hidden city of Gondolin (Noldor);
Dior & Nimroth, parents of Elwing, represent the hidden kingdom of Doriath (Sindar).

Winners get to keep the grandkids, Elrond & Elros, for the summer.

Tol Eressea

Sep 15 2011, 6:45pm

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Magical racism says Idril beats Nimloth. [In reply to] Can't Post

Tuor vs Dior is tougher one. On the other hand, Dior is the child of LĂșthien and therefore Marty Stue by hereditary right. On the other hand, he died in a mano-a-mano duel with Celegorm, while Tuor fought with Balrogs and Dragons in the Fall of Gondolin. I say Tuor.

Plus, I think we should have buried Tolkien in a larger coffin, he probably cant turn very well in his. -Rossmonster

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Tol Eressea

Sep 21 2011, 2:38am

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Nimloth and Dior get the grandkids on Memorial Day weekend, but that's about it.

With caffeine, all things are possible.

The pity of Bilbo will screw up the fate of many.

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Jan 7 2014, 3:48pm

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