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the fallibility of the valar

Maciliel
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Mar 11 2013, 11:33am


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i've always wondered about the valar's original invitation/command to bring the eldar to valinor. middle earth had been made for the eldar and beings like them. to bring them to valinor and expect them to stay there seems not to be the best idea, in the long run.

did the valar have any thoughts to guiding the eldar back to middle earth, after a stay in valinor? the poor morquendi who didn't travel to aman, yet lived in middle earth as they were seemingly supposed to do. nobody but orome and ulmo paid much attention to them.

thoughts, on the fallibility of the valar?

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the fallibility of the valar Maciliel Send a private message to Maciliel Mar 11 2013, 11:33am
    Plenty fallible CuriousG Send a private message to CuriousG Mar 11 2013, 11:57pm
        mae govannen, curiousg Maciliel Send a private message to Maciliel Mar 12 2013, 1:25am
            It would make sense to go back and play tourist CuriousG Send a private message to CuriousG Mar 13 2013, 12:58am

 
 
 

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