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#2 "...Therefore she thanked Caranthir, but answered: ‘My mind is now set, lord, to leave the shadow of the mountains, and go west, whither others of our kin have gone. "

#2 "...Therefore she thanked Caranthir, but answered: ‘My mind is now set, lord, to leave the shadow of the mountains, and go west, whither others of our kin have gone. "

Huor #2 Then Huor spoke and said: “Yet if it stands but a little while, then out of your house shall come the hope of Elves and Men. This I say to you, lord, with the eyes of death: though we part here for ever, and I shall not look on your white walls again, from you and from me a new star shall arise. Farewell!”

Huor #2 Then Huor spoke and said: “Yet if it stands but a little while, then out of your house shall come the hope of Elves and Men. This I say to you, lord, with the eyes of death: though we part here for ever, and I shall not look on your white walls again, from you and from me a new star shall arise. Farewell!”

Huor wedded Rían, the cousin of Morwen; she was the daughter of Belegund son of Bregolas. By hard fate was she born into such days, for she was gentle of heart and loved neither hunting nor war. Her love was given to trees and to the flowers of the wild, and she was a singer and a maker of songs. Two months only had she been wedded to Huor when he went with his brother to the Nirnaeth Arnoediad, and she never saw him again. (Natalie Portman as Rian)

Huor wedded Rían, the cousin of Morwen; she was the daughter of Belegund son of Bregolas. By hard fate was she born into such days, for she was gentle of heart and loved neither hunting nor war. Her love was given to trees and to the flowers of the wild, and she was a singer and a maker of songs. Two months only had she been wedded to Huor when he went with his brother to the Nirnaeth Arnoediad, and she never saw him again. (Natalie Portman as Rian)

“Bëor” the Old. The leader of the first Men to cross the Blue Mountains into Beleriand in the First Age, originally named Balan. One night as they slept in Ossiriand, Finrod Felagund   befriended the Men and advised them to settle in Estolad. In F.A. 311, Balan left with Finrod for his kingdom of Nargothrond, where he served as his vassal until his death. The friendship of Bëor and Baran with the Eldar led to the creation of the First House of the Edain, which produced some great heroes...

“Bëor” the Old. The leader of the first Men to cross the Blue Mountains into Beleriand in the First Age, originally named Balan. One night as they slept in Ossiriand, Finrod Felagund befriended the Men and advised them to settle in Estolad. In F.A. 311, Balan left with Finrod for his kingdom of Nargothrond, where he served as his vassal until his death. The friendship of Bëor and Baran with the Eldar led to the creation of the First House of the Edain, which produced some great heroes...

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