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Mîm made his way to ruined Nargothrond after Túrin had killed Glaurung, and took the treasure for his own.  Húrin Thalion, who had seen all that had happened to Túrin with Morgoth's eyes, came across Mîm in Nargothrond, and killed him, deeming him partially responsible for Túrin's fate. With his dying words Mîm cursed the treasure. Húrin's band brought the treasure of Nargothrond to Doriath, where eventually the gold was a reason for the Sack of Doriath and the death of Thingol.

Mîm made his way to ruined Nargothrond after Túrin had killed Glaurung, and took the treasure for his own. Húrin Thalion, who had seen all that had happened to Túrin with Morgoth's eyes, came across Mîm in Nargothrond, and killed him, deeming him partially responsible for Túrin's fate. With his dying words Mîm cursed the treasure. Húrin's band brought the treasure of Nargothrond to Doriath, where eventually the gold was a reason for the Sack of Doriath and the death of Thingol.

alicebeckstrom  Then Melian looked in [Galadriel’s] eyes, and said: “I believe not that the Noldor came forth as messengers of the Valar, as was said at first: not though they came in the very hour of our need. For they speak never of the Valar, nor have their high lords brought any message to Thingol, whether from Manwë, or Ulmo, or even from Olwë the King’s brother, and his own folk that went over the sea. ~ The Silmarillion, Chapter 15 (Melian by kimberly80, deviantART)

alicebeckstrom Then Melian looked in [Galadriel’s] eyes, and said: “I believe not that the Noldor came forth as messengers of the Valar, as was said at first: not though they came in the very hour of our need. For they speak never of the Valar, nor have their high lords brought any message to Thingol, whether from Manwë, or Ulmo, or even from Olwë the King’s brother, and his own folk that went over the sea. ~ The Silmarillion, Chapter 15 (Melian by kimberly80, deviantART)

Maedhros, first son of Feanor,  was taken captive and hung by the wrist of his right hand upon Thangorodrim in great pain. For many years, he languished there while Fingolfin brought his hosts into Middle-earth. In Y.S. 5, Fingon found him, but Maedhros begged his friend to end his torment by shooting him with his bow. However, with the help of Thorondor, Fingon freed him by cutting off Maedhros’s right hand

Maedhros, first son of Feanor, was taken captive and hung by the wrist of his right hand upon Thangorodrim in great pain. For many years, he languished there while Fingolfin brought his hosts into Middle-earth. In Y.S. 5, Fingon found him, but Maedhros begged his friend to end his torment by shooting him with his bow. However, with the help of Thorondor, Fingon freed him by cutting off Maedhros’s right hand

Túrin was the son of Húrin Thalion, Lord of the Folk of Hador, and Morwen Eledhwen of the House of Bëor. He was born in the month of Gwaeron (March) of the Year of the Sun 464

Túrin was the son of Húrin Thalion, Lord of the Folk of Hador, and Morwen Eledhwen of the House of Bëor. He was born in the month of Gwaeron (March) of the Year of the Sun 464

Caranthir, also known as Caranthir the Dark, was the fourth son of Fëanor and the harshest and the quickest to anger his seven brothers.   Caranthir by kimberly80.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Caranthir, also known as Caranthir the Dark, was the fourth son of Fëanor and the harshest and the quickest to anger his seven brothers. Caranthir by kimberly80.deviantart.com on @deviantART

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