King Oropher of the Sindar was the first to found a Woodland Realm in Greenwood the Great thousands of years ago. He perished in battle during the War of the Last Alliance of Men and Elves which ended in the overthrow of Sauron and the destruction of …
Galion's main failing is that he is over-fond of the strong wines of Dorwinion. Normally this is not a problem, and is merely a source of humor for his fellow Elves, but one night he fell asleep in his cup, and that very night a group of Dwarves, and one …
To put it simply Ireth is a bit of an oddball amongst the Elves of Mirkwood, mostly having kept to herself as a result. It's less that her sanguine personality is at odds with her community -- it's more so her little quirks, such as singing songs about …
Elrond is lord of Imladris, the Last Homely House East of the Sea. Coming from Wilderland, it is of course the First Homely House, though that is an over-statement, given places like Beorn's House and the Mountain Hall, which are homely enough.
Glorfindel is a Lord among the Noldor and a member of the White Council. He came to Middle-Earth in the First Age, and in the thousands of years since many stories have surrounded him. He is a hero of many wars and has seen many great tragedies unfold. He …
"Laiqualasse" in Quenya, or Greenleaf in Westron, Legolas is Thranduil's only child. Unlike his father, he has the dark hair typical of Sindarin Elves. Of his mother no Elf speaks. Relatively young by Elivish standards, he is tall and strong, less haughty …
Imre is one of the ancient Noldor who have lived in Middle-Earth from time immemorial. In the dark, she shines with an inner light, beautiful even in grief.
It is rumored that she traveled East for a time with a small company of Noldor, and on their …