Haha!! Aulë, Nóm and I tried to solve this one time, i think we figured out that Arwen was 1/64th Maia and Aragorn was something like 1/420,000th Maia,Originally posted by Úlairi
May I ask a question? If so, mine would be. Are Aragorn and Arwen related, and if so, how are they related? And for those who want extra points D), do they have Maiar blood in them? I already know the answer to this, but genealogy lore is one of the most arduous of all tasks (I find). So, I just thought it would be nice of me to give you all something to do.
Úlairi said:Well, Inderjit S, you should be posting a question! But, here I go again, and the mountains are preferrably the Ered Nimrais. Anyway, this is for good ol' Inderjit. Who do you believe Fúkil to be? Another if you get that one. Who is Shorob? Enjoy!
Quite right Starflower, but question of relevance to LoTR is an absurdity per se, as all that is discussed is the history behind it. As for asking questions of LoTR, I find it very problematic, as people will go straight to the indexes, and there is no challenge whatsoever. What I have asked Inderjit S cannot be found in the indexes without some serious searching, as it is in HoME 1. However, to steal Inderjit S's thunder, I will answer the questions I asked, hence giving me authority to ask the next question. And Inder, when you post next (as it is inevitable ), remember to ask a question yourself! In answer to the question of Fúkil, he is the servant of Melko(r), and is mentioned twice in The Book of Lost Tales Part I. He ia also know as Fankil and Fangli. I personally believe these names to be the original names of Sauron himself.Starflower said:
Ulairi , this question demands answers that are not found in the actual LOTR books, they are found in the HoME books... thus you shouldn't ask a question that's not relevant to the LOTR itself..... could you ask another where the answer can be found actually in the LOTR. thanks