Who knows eh. No one but the people there could tell you what you MIGHT have done. Know one has been through that. But i would have tried to get the vala in on the war 2. With arguments like the trees can come back with the jewels, imagine all the other beings out there getting killed and corrupted and also men. If melkor finds them first they will be raised to hate us and despise us. I would try and get them to fight as well.Originally posted by baraka
What do you think that the Noldor should have done after the death of the King Finwe. What should Feanor and Fingolfin have done? Go after Morgoth or do as the Valar say?
But i thought that Manwe was waiting for something. What was the thing that he was waiting?Originally posted by Beleg Strongbow
But i would have tried to get the vala in on the war 2. With arguments like the trees can come back with the jewels, imagine all the other beings out there getting killed and corrupted and also men. If melkor finds them first they will be raised to hate us and despise us. I would try and get them to fight as well.
The fact that the Noldor went to ME despite the fact that they knew that they couldn´t defeat Morgoth shows to me a great deal of courage. I wonder if Melkor had killed Ingwe, if the Vanyar would have gone to avenge his death.Alot can happen in 500 years. Manwe probably saw the Noldor fighting, and decided that they would have to handle it on their own. But when Earendil came, he probably immediately felt compassion for his long-lost Noldorin friends and went to rescue them.
I agree that he is the most skilled elf ever!!! and creative and a genius (be able to got the trees light into a jewel, that was amazing!!) but... when I said that I dont like him because of his pride is because he didnt use all his powers and skill to make any good, save the silmarils!!, I am thinking in a lot of elves that despite their powers didt became as selfish like feanorOf course he is proud and selfish, wouldn´t you be if you were the mightiest of your race and a genius of unparalell creativity
At least the Noldor formed a sort of shield towards the evil´s doings of Morgoth.
That was pretty mean.leave his followers at the Helxcare
Everyone has a different view or opinion of Feanor, which is why i find it fascinating.well for all that I dont like him despite beaing an elf of unparalell creativity
I don´t think that tragic is the word i would use to describe Feanor. I think that he was someone who wanted to be more of what he was. He was always doing new things, exploring new places, etc. He was not your typical elf.maybe you see Feanor more like a tragic caracther