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  • ...aleth and son Haldar; and they held out for days in a stockade until the [[Noldor]] rescued them, by which time both Haldad and Haldar were slain.
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  • ...an [[Uruk-hai]] was no match for an elven warrior, especially one of the [[Noldor]], greatest of warriors of the [[Children of Ilúvatar]].
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  • | blank_data2 = [[Noldor]] Hithlum was subdivided in [[#Mithrim|Mithrim]], where the High Kings of the [[Noldor]] had their halls, and [[#Dor-lómin|Dor-lómin]], which later became a fie
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  • |character_alias = Findecáno,<br>The Valiant,<br>High King of the [[Noldor]] |character_title = Prince of the [[Noldor]]
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  • |character_title = Prince of the Noldor |character_culture = [[Noldor]], [[House of Finwë#House of Fëanor|House of Fëanor]]
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  • |character_culture =[[Noldor]] In [[J. R. R. Tolkien]]'s [[legendarium]], '''Finrod Felagund''' was a [[Noldor]]in [[Elf (Middle-earth)|Elf]], the eldest son of [[Finarfin]] and [[Eärwe
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  • ...During the [[Second Age]], Durin's folk entered into friendship with the [[Noldor]] of [[Celebrimbor]] in Eregion. During the War of the Last Alliance, Durin
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  • ...-earth)|Aman]] and return to [[Middle-earth]], but also because he was a [[Noldor|Noldo]] under the Doom and Ban of [[Mandos]].<ref>[[The Peoples of Middle-e ...odiment. This would normally only occur if it had done much evil (or those Noldor under the Doom of Mandos). In such a case the ''fëa'' might have to wait v
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  • * 3/32 [[Noldor]] (through his great-grandfather, [[Turgon]] - who himself had only three-q ...natic descendants. A similar principle was used by the High Kings of the [[Noldor]]in [[Elf (Middle-earth)|Elves]], with whom the [[Edain]] of Númenor had h
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  • ...aying at Alqualondë]] which caused the sea to rise and kill some of the [[Noldor]]. Uinen is also notable for convincing her husband to seek the forgiveness
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  • ...were [[Elf (Middle-earth)|Elves]], daughters of [[Finwë]], king of the [[Noldor]], and [[Indis]]; sisters of [[Fingolfin]] and [[Finarfin]] and half-sister [[Category:Noldor]]
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  • ...st creation of handiwork within Arda. On the ''Flight of the Noldor'', the Noldor who returned to Valinor under [[Finarfin]] named themselves the ''Aulendur'
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  • ...der of [[Finwë]], the theft of the [[Silmaril]]s, and the revolt of the [[Noldor]]. To hearten the [[Eldar (Middle-earth)|Eldar]], he had [[Aulë]] fashion ...eyes. He wielded a powerful staff coated in sapphire made for him by the Noldor. The [[Vanyar]] were his favourite [[Elf (Middle-earth)|Elves]], and they l
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  • ...n from the [[Ered Luin]] (literally "Blue Mountains"), were hired by the [[Noldor]] to enlarge and landscape the caves into a formidable yet concealed strong
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  • ...or]]''': they were dark-haired and stoutly built, and most resembled the [[Noldor]] of all Elves. They were first discovered by [[Finrod Felagund]], Lord of
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  • The Redhorn Gate originally linked the [[Noldor]]in realm of [[Eregion]] (established {{ME-date|SA|750}}) in the west to th
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  • ...m came out of it again, but did when challenged to single combat by the [[Noldor|Elven]] king [[Fingolfin]] and earlier to investigate the first appearance
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  • ...astfarthing|Woodhall]] was part of a pilgrimage route for the High-Elven [[Noldor]] travelling across [[Eriador]].<ref>J. R. R. Tolkien (1968), ''[[The Road
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  • ...e towers were said to have been built by [[Gil-galad]], High King of the [[Noldor]] in Middle-earth, in honour of [[Elendil]] who came to Middle-earth in the ...iddle-earth)|Mithlond]] at the eastern end of the Gulf. These Elves were [[Noldor]] and [[Sindar]] under who remained in Middle-earth under King [[Gil-galad]
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  • ...the [[Gelion]] to [[Belegaer]] as his realm, but after the return of the [[Noldor]] to Middle-Earth Doriath was the centre of his power. It is said that of a ...or]] passed through its woods on the [[Great Journey]]. [[Finwë]] and the Noldor dwelt there for a time before they were ferried across the [[Belegaer|Great
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