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Elrond Half-elven is a fictional character in J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth legendarium. He is . Aragorn took Elrond's advice, using the Paths of the Dead to reach Gondor in time to come to its aid. He then travelled to Minas Tirith for the marriage of Arwen and Aragorn, now King of the Reunited Kingdom of Arnor and. Aragorn went on to marry Elrond's daughter Arwen. . always his intention to go to Rivendell to seek the advice of Elrond. Following the War of the Ring, Elrond escorted Arwen to Minas Tirith for her marriage to Aragorn. Aragorn and Arwen are seen as the main couple of Lord of the Rings, but Elrond kept Arwen away from Aragon for so long because of this very fear. She didn't have the choice to keep advising and caring for her children.
Elrond - Character Bios - Henneth Annûn
Arwen defies her father and gives up her immortality to marry Aragorn, who in turn remains faithful to her even when he believes her to be leaving him.
The joy that registers on his face at seeing her after everything, even after becoming King Elessar, and the shock on her face upon seeing the vision of their future son, were goosebump-inducing moments that simply made for good storytelling. Their lines are some of the most beautiful in the series, too. It's terrible for so many reasons. Not only is it stupid to glam up a spider, but it also romantically pairs Shelob with Sauron, who was supposedly the one to betray her, which is all kinds of wrong.
Shelob is not one of the Maiar, as she's portrayed in the game, either. She exists to feed.
Giving her a pretty face and a lovelorn backstory just takes away from the fact that one of the cool monsters was female. Bard's deceased wife has no name, but she actually did have a name in the original Hobbit script. Her name, Sigrid, was simply given to his daughter instead, and his wife was offed because we apparently can't have an interesting story about two women in the same family. Most of the major women in LOTR are motherless, which makes it feel like the Disney syndrome where you can't have a pretty pretty princess without her mom kicking the bucket first.
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You can't have a battle of good versus evil without characters you care about or in a world that's not worth saving, and that's exactly what Sam and Rosie give us. Their wedding and offspring gives the end of the Lord of the Rings a sense of new life.
Not only had his father been the one to fail many people, but also he was a very young boy whose destiny was to be king. He was in grave danger from birth. Because of this, Arwen and Aragorn are far less different than one might expect.Elrond Half-elven- Epic Character History
They both were raised under the tutelage of Elrond and explored the halls of Rivendell as children. This fact is explained better in the books. Aragorn is apart of a special clan whose royal bloodline lives much longer than the average human.
Since they descend from Elros, a half-elf, they are a bit more than human themselves. This was when Arwen fell in love with him, as well, so his 30 years of maturing must have done him some good.
- Timeline of Aragorn
Aragorn eventually would live to be Not only do they have such a large age gap, but they also spend many years apart, a lot even for mortals, only to come back to one another every time.
He looked venerable both like an old king, a wise wizard, and an experienced warrior in his prime. Elrond is described as dark-haired, while his eyes were grey shining like starlight.
He could be seen wearing a circlet of silver.
He was thus Half-elven: The twins were carried off, but later found near a waterfall and they were named as such; Elrond was discovered in a cave. Taken captive by Maglor, they were subsequently raised by him. Following the War of Wrathbecause of his Half-elven heritage the Valar gave Elrond and his brother a choice whether to be counted among the kindred of Elves or of Men.
Elrond chose to belong to the Firstbornwhile Elros chose to become mortal.
Elrond and Gil-galad sensed that he was not what he seemed, and denied him. They were correct, as proven in the later War of the Elves and Sauron.
Elrond led Elves from Lindon in battle to defend Eregion. With them, and other Elves who fled the destruction of Eregionhe established Imladris in S. It was liberated by Gil-galad 's and Tar-Minastir 's forces.
After Sauron's defeat, a Council was held at that time, establishing Elrond as Gil-galad's vice-regent in Eriador and that Imladris should be maintained as an Elvish stronghold.
He was present during the last battle of that war, witnessing the deaths of Gil-galad and Elendil. Elrond subsequently returned to Rivendell, which prospered the coming years with the aid of the Ring of Air, Vilyathat Elrond had received from Gil-galad.