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Cripes, I was just flipping through CoH to find that scene where Beleg makes all Túrin’s outlaw pals think he’s an obese man or whatever, and this is the following passage:
This is not news, but COME ON
Fingon and Maedhros, I’m sorry, but Beleg and Túrin are the slashiest couple in Tolkien. The number of times Tolkien uses ‘love’ and ‘desire’ to describe their feelings for each other - and ‘TRYST’… for fuck’s sake.
They even have a
crushed outjealous Andróg.
Let’s talk about Caranthir saving the Haladin for a moment, shall we?
There seems to be some question as to why Caranthir’s armies showed up so very late in the battle, when the Haladin had begun to lose hope to such a degree that some of them drowned themselves in the river.
So let’s take a good look at the facts, shall we?
"Therefore the Noldor held strength of cavalry in the plains at that place; and the people of Caranthir fortified the mountains to the east of Maglor’s Gap. There Mount Rerir, and about it many lesser heights, stood out from the main range of the Ered Lindon westward; and in the angle between Rerir and Ered Lindon there was a lake, shadowed by mountains on all sides save the south. That was Lake Helevorn, deep and dark, and beside it Caranthir had his abode;” (emphasis mine)
Okay, so, we know exactly where Caranthir lived. He had fortifications on and around Mount Rerir, and personally lived beside Lake Helevorn, in the far north east of his lands.
“LOOKS LIKE MEAT’S BACK ON THE MENU, BOYS" bellows the Orc to his Orc friends. Orcs know what menus are. Orcs know what restaurants are. are there bistros in Mordor? these are the questions i need answering
At the Black Gates-cantine:
Option 1: Gruel (coarse)
Option 2: Bread
Healthy option: Yesterday’s bread
Note: Due to the ongoing war, meat has for the time being been removed from all cantines in Mordor. We apologize for the inconvenience.
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