Maiar

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Alatar – Alatar was one of the original three Wizards selected by the Valar for the journey from Valinor to Middle-earth (the other two being  Curumo and Olórin – Saruman and Gandalf). When these three had… Read more

Annatar – A name meaning ‘Lord of Gifts‘; the identity used by Sauron to seduce the Elves of Eregion.

Arien – Called the Sun-maiden, Arien was a spirit of fire who originally belonged to the Maiar of Vána. During the Years of the Trees, it was her role to bring the glowing dews of the Golden TreeLaurelin to… Read more

Balrogs – The Balrogs originated as Maiar, beings of the same kind as Sauron himself. They were primordial spirits of fire that had allied themselves with Melkor in ancient times, and became… Read more

Eönwë – The herald of Manwë and one of the greatest of the Maiar; he commanded the forces of the Valar during the War of Wrath.

Flame Of Udûn – Gandalf’s name for the Balrog that dwelt in the depths of Moria, that he faced on the Bridge of Khazad-dûm, and ultimately defeated. ‘Flame’ is a reference to its nature as a fire-demon,… Read more

Gandalf – In origin a Maia of Manwë and Varda, Gandalf came to the northwest of Middle-earth after a thousand years of the Third Age had passed, with four others of his order. At the Grey Havens… Read more

Gorthaur – A name used of Sauron by the Sindar during the First Age, meaning ‘terrible dread’.

Gothmog – The most powerful of all the Balrogs, one of the chief servants of Melkor, who held an authority hardly less than Sauron himself. A wily commander and fearsome fighter, Gothmog was often… Read more

Ilmarë – An almost unknown Maia of the people of Varda. She has the distinction of being the first of the Maiar named in the Valaquenta, where she is described in passing as the handmaid of Varda. Other sources… Read more

Melian – In Valinor, Melian dwelt in the gardens of Lórien, but she journeyed often to Middle-earth. There, in the woods of Nan Elmoth, she came upon Elwë Singollo (Elu Thingol) as he marched… Read more

Ossë – Maia, the vassal of Ulmo, whose province was the coastal waters around Middle-earthUinen was his spouse, and he had the friendship of Círdan the Shipwright.

Pallando – Maia of the people of Oromë and a friend to Alatar, Pallando was selected by the Valar as the last of the five beings to be sent eastward across the Great Sea to become WizardsAlatar and Pallando… Read more

Radagast – One of the Five Wizards, Radagast was said to have been the fourth of the Wizards to appear in Middle-earth. Like all his Order, he carried a rod and had a distinctive colour, in Radagast’s case this was… Read more 

Salmar – Maia of the people of Ulmo, who entered Arda with his lord, and was the maker of Ulmo’s famed Ulumúri, his horns wrought from white shell.

Saruman – Most often called Saruman the White, Saruman was the first of the five Wizards to arrive in Middle-earth, at the end of the first millennium of the Third Age. He was said to be the eldest of the… Read more

Sauron – Originally a Maia of Aulë’s people, Sauron was early corrupted by Melkor and became his most trusted lieutenant. In the Wars of Beleriand, Sauron was the most feared of Morgoth’s servants, but… Read more 

Tilion – Originally a hunter of Oromë’s people, famed for his silver bow. After the Darkening of Valinor, Tilion was chosen by the Valar to become the pilot of the Moon. Now he steers the last flower of…Read more

Uinen – Maia, the spouse of Ossë, called the Lady of the Seas. Her hair is said to spread through the waters of all the world’s oceans.

3 responses to “Maiar

  1. Pingback: 1,000,000 elves! | Quenya101

  2. Colin Redpath

    Wait, IS this playable?? If it is can u teach me?

    • It is. I developed some alternate rules to use with those Tolkien cards. It works much like Magic The Gathering, but dice are used as well and I created some strength/weakness combos for some specific cards according to the mythos.

      I like to create games and alternate rules for existing ones. I’ve been doing it since I was a kid. Unfortunately, I have the bad habit of NOT writing the rules and ideas I come up with. Sometimes, I tend to forget them and need to rethink everything again. Those Tolkien cards were created in 2007 and obviously, some rule details are a bit obscure even for me, the creator. It’s a pity, but it’s true. That’s me….some potential creativity but with a bit of laziness attached to it!

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