Finwë

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Finwë was the King of the Noldor.  He was one of the three ambassadors summoned to Valinor by the Valar.  He led his people on the Great Journey to settle with their makes in the Undying Lands.  He resided in Tirion of Aman with his people.  His wife was Míriel, and with her, he had his son Fëanor.  Carrying him made Míriel to weak to give Finwë more children, and thus she died.  Finwë found a new Mistress, Indis, and had his other sons with her: Fingolfin and Finarfin.  He was the first being slain in the Blessed Realm, by Melkor who stole the Silmarils.
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Finwë was the King of the Noldor.  He was one of the three ambassadors summoned to Valinor by the Valar.  He led his people on the Great Journey to settle with their makes in the Undying Lands.  He resided in Tirion of Aman with his people.  His wife was Míriel, and with her, he had his son Fëanor.  Carrying him made Míriel too weak to give Finwë more children, and thus she died.  Finwë found a new Mistress, Indis, and had his other sons with her: Fingolfin and Finarfin.  He was the first being slain in the Blessed Realm, by Melkor who stole the Silmarils.

Revision as of 21:03, 18 January 2009

Finwë was the King of the Noldor. He was one of the three ambassadors summoned to Valinor by the Valar. He led his people on the Great Journey to settle with their makes in the Undying Lands. He resided in Tirion of Aman with his people. His wife was Míriel, and with her, he had his son Fëanor. Carrying him made Míriel too weak to give Finwë more children, and thus she died. Finwë found a new Mistress, Indis, and had his other sons with her: Fingolfin and Finarfin. He was the first being slain in the Blessed Realm, by Melkor who stole the Silmarils.

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