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Bring the waters, Ulmo!

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Here comes the last month of the elvish year! It announces the end of NFL Season as well and the deluge caused by tons of snow melting (or the end of summer rains depending on where you are). Thinking about those kind of endings, this month brings to mind, the cover art of Coirë 2 is based on the Fall of Númenor and features Ulmo as well!

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Erendis from Númenor … in Quenya

Sink your roots into the rock and face the wind, though it blows away all your leaves in QuenyaSink your roots into the rock and face the wind, though it blows away all your leaves.

NEW quote translated into Quenya!

Erendis @ Unfinished Tales of Númenor and Middle-Earth

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Sink your roots into the rock and face the wind, though it blows away all your leaves. is the 440th famous quote translated into Quenya…



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Dear Diary…today I gave gifts to all Middle-Earth, RINGS!


Date: II 2204
My mood is: Crafty

Annatar, Lord of Gifts, is back in business, and business is good. I have distributed all 16 of my Rings of Power, and now I’m just waiting for the payoff.

The Dwarves were the easiest to trick — no surprise there, anything created by Aulë is going to be dumb as a post, just like its creator. All I had to do was hint to my Dwarven contacts that some magic rings were available, and the poor stupid bastards came to me.

First I got a delegation from Khazad-dûm, demanding magic rings from me — their king, Durin the Umpteenth, claimed that the rings were made with Moria-gold, and so were rightfully his. So I pretended for a while I didn’t want to give up any rings, and then “caved” to the pressure. The Khazad-dûm Dwarves got three rings, and then I gave another two to the Dwarves of Belegost and another two to Nogrod. Anyway, as long as these stumpy morons take care of their rings (and don’t let them get eaten by dragons), I will soon rule the Dwarven race!

Men have been more difficult to ensnare, as any King of Men with the power and intelligence to be worth ensaring tends to have friends amongst the accursed Elves and their Númenórean allies. But I have managed to find nine who will make useful servants — three of them are Númenórean Sea-Kings, so-called “Black Númenóreans,” whose fear of death led them to accept my rings; and one was even a woman. The first to accept a ring, El-Murazor, is now over 500 years old, and just beginning to feel “thin” and “stretched.” He can’t see it, but he’s beginning to get permanently transparent — within 50 years he’ll be a full-blown wraith. Then he’s all mine.

And when I have total control over nine Kings of Men and seven Kings of the Dwarves, the Elves will have lost all their allies in Middle-Earth. Then all I have to worry about is the damned Númenóreans, and I have a few ideas on that front. Yes, I do.

Bwa ha ha. BWA HA HA. BWA HA HA HA HA HA HA!!!

Well, dinner is ready, gotta go. Later tonight I’m gonna spend a few hours polishing  my Ring — it’s precious to me, and I like to spend time with it. No, that’s not weird. It’s mine, my own… my precious.


Mordor Financial Controller comments: “Did you get receipts for those rings? We can write them off as marketing expense.”

Ghost of one of your orcs says: “Well, things finally seem sorted out. I mean, what are the chances that a dragon could get into a dwarven city? I mean, a giant flying lizard going underground? Those rings are safe.”

Ashi points out: “Gift-giving is good Karma, I see this paying off in the end.”

Taken from the excellent spirited Sauron’s Blog! Creative derivative stuff with a pinch of humor and it adds flavor for those who enjoy the bad guys too! Check:  http://www.sauronsblog.com/



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Ainulindalë 6

Here is the official release of page


of Ainulindalë Quenyanna.

The last one of the original copies of this part of Ainulindalë, was stolen by Sauron, distorted and used to influence the Númenóreans to worship DARKNESS. In Sauron’s version, Ilúvatar was guilty to use Eä and Arda to bound all Ainur to his enslaving and oppressing dominion. Melkor was the one who would free all creations from it, through the Void and its holy Darkness.

 After the downfall of Númenor, this replica was brought by the faithful Elendilli to Middle-Earth and preserved by the elves of Lothlórien under the guidance of Galadriel (who could understand Quenya, the language of her childhood) was restored and mended, so the canonical value of it was not compromised by the filthy influence of Sauron’s thoughts.

Soon, paragraph by paragraph, word by word, will be analyzed in Ainulindalë Quenyanna section. Stay tuned!


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