Nost Giliath

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Founding date
Founded shortly after the Battle of the Lammoth
Goal
Nost Giliath is originally the house of Faenwe, crowned by his family tree, including Faenwe the Elder, Belegring, son of Faenwe and Malwion, son of Belegring. Their mission once was the unity of elves against the wrath of Morgoth
Main area of operations
All across Middle-Earth, but can be easily contacted at their home in Falathlorn
Kinship type
Elven
Friends/Allies
Bar-en-Acharn, led by Seregrian, the Blood Queen, The Guardians of Arda are allies, led by friend and ally of Belegring túr Giliath, Erandriel of the woodland realm, and Drakknaek of Gundabad.
Rivals/Enemies
Servants of Morgoth, Wild roaming orcs, bandits and corrupted beings, shades and natures
Kinship status
Active and recruiting
Recruiting Officer(s)

Background

With the recent rise of evil in the lands of Middle-Earth, Eldar Belegring from the years of the trees has gathered his closest allies, and reformed Faenwe's Nost Giliath, the house of stars. Eldar from all over Middle-Earth are welcomed to join within the ranks of the Giliathrim, and undergo the formalities of the Nost-Giliath militarized force of elven warriors, next come the elves that are born in the line of Faenwe, a high-elf from the years of trees, referred to as the elder. He has chosen Belegring as his successor after disbanding his former Giliathrim when the second age came to an end. Alike many others, the dark lord Sauron was ought to be defeated, but alas, evil persisted and now all warriors are urged to fight it with their fierceness and valor.

And so are you, mellon nin.
Have you the wish to learn more, please do not hesitate to write, to Belegring, Faollann or Adrieus in game, or to Belegring#0842 on Discord, and we hearken in silence as you speak out your questions, concerns or else.

 

 

The line of Faenwe, before Nost Giliath
 

It was the year 1500, during the years of the trees, the exile of the Ñoldor, made their way through the great colds of Helcaraxë, when from icy mists, a figure appeared. For days, Malwion, (His first given name, for his skin and his hair were pale, so were his eyes, in which a reflection of the stars could be seen) went into the icy cold mists of Helcaraxë, to find a company of missing Ñoldo. He appeared like a ghost, his bright white hair flowing in the wind, his silver-blue eyes were focused on lord Fingolfin, whom Malwion had followed loyal, into Helcaraxë to arrive in the lands of Middle earth. Belegaer roared through its waves of cold ice, and it silenced the voices of the Ñoldor, who were caught by surprise by Malwion’s appearance. Behind him, walked a portion of the company that went missing, among them was Tinwendil, and Faenwe, Malwion’s elder, and three other Ñoldo. Faenwe spoke to the battalion before him and he said, ‘From this moment on, he shan’t be known as Malwion, but as Belegring, for he endured the great cold of the Helcaraxë.’, and the elves cheered for Belegring, for he had given hope to the exile of the Ñoldor. They continued into the shivering waste of Helcaraxë, valorous they fought the cold and they resisted, unlike Elenwë, who had fallen into bitter water that covered her with ice. Turgon tried to save her, but alas. Elenwë had fallen and from that day forth, the battalion that followed king Turgon, was drenched in sorrow, they shivered with every step, and more Ñoldo fell to the dangerous colds, until at last they arrived in Middle-Earth. As they arrived the moon rose to the sky, and Fingolfin’s host met that of Morgoth, and then came the Battle of the Lammoth where they learned of the tidings of Dagor-nuin-Giliath, and the wounding of Fëanor, leading to his death. Fingolfin’s son, Argon had died valorously slaying the Orc-Captain, his noble deed granted Fingolfin’s host the means to overpower the orcs, and they pursued them into defeat until they reached the region of Mithrim, as the sun first rose. In Mithrim, they set up camp, however they left shortly after, due to the presence of the followers of Fëanor. The years of the trees had come to pass, the First Age had begun.

In 64th year of the First Age, the city of Gondolin started being built. Faenwe and his children had taken residence within the valley of Tumladen, In the 47th year of that age, Belegring, son of Faenwe, was blessed with his first son, whom he had named Malwion, after his own first given name. Both Faenwe and Belegring assisted building the city which came completed, the 116th year of the First Age. Belegring moved into the city, which was a formidable construction, towering white walls, and its most beautiful construction were Glingal and Belthil, trees of gold and silver in memory of the two trees of Valinor.

 

The harvest of Yavanna and the founding of Nost Giliath

 

After the battle of the Lammoth, Elder Faenwe, who most of all had no connection to battle or war, ventured onwards through the lands of Beleriand, until he found peace in the green lands of Ossiriand, where the lavain ran free and the seven rivers nurtured the land with life. Here Faenwe found trees that held memories of the early days, before the lavain ran at all. He walked until he reached the riverbed, which was colored pitch-black in the night that had come to cloak the lands, but within that pitch-black water were stars, reflected from the ether above. And there Faenwe reflected upon its very existence, and he had a vision. And so, he sang. Beautiful was his voice, and he sang of the stars and the moon, Elbereth and her beauty, which he too could not describe, but in song it was, beauty as beauty should be. And while he sang the wind that flowed through the trees, whispered to him ‘Giliathmar’, which would be the home of Nost Giliath, the House of Stars. Then, on the border of Ossiriand, he started building, together with the small company of Ñoldorian exiles who had pledged themselves to Faenwe for they would not be separated from his voice and his music. The land was fertile and would soon reward the Ñoldorians with fresh fruits, and they would sing together songs for Yavanna and they were thankful and pleased. Time would pass and Giliathmar would stand tall. It was a structure shaped like a star, but with beautiful white towers, amidst it all was a hall, and its ceiling seemed to blend into the ether and the stars would be seen from within. The Giliathrim, finally had a home, and they were pleased, for Faenwe their elder sang every morning and every evening, to give way to night and day. Peace endured, and many still wonder if it was the music of Faenwe that kept evil manifestation away. And so, they would live on, throughout the first few hundred years of the First Age, then when Gondolin fell, the children of Faenwe, Belegring, Malfinnor, and Tinnoriel, Tinwendiel, and Malwion, exiles of Gondolin, fled to Ossiriand, where on the border they would meet with the Giliathrim, and so Faenwe eldest of the Giliathrim bloodline (at least eldest known), took in his children, and in Giliathmar they lived then, together in harmony, save Húlon, half-brother of Belegring, who’s mother is not known by name, he had taken a different path after the fall of Gondolin, a rather vengeful path. Together with Gondothrim warriors, he formed a warband, and they would venture through the lands, and expulse servants of Morgoth that hid in the mountains and the forests, laying waste to the fruits of Yavanna.

 

The Giliathrim would continue their life at Giliathmar and the borderlands of Ossiriand, until the War of Wrath started, which lasted for over 40 years, and even the borderlands of Ossiriand where in peril, and so the Giliathrim took up arms, alongside the Great Host of the Valar who had arrived on behalf of the plea of Eärendil, the mariner. And when Morgoth unleashed his final weapon, the winged dragons, it was Eärendil who slew Ancalagon, as he rode Vingilot into battle, alongside the eagles and the Valar. The dragon was cast down upon Thangorodrim, which destroyed Beleriand, and Belegaer opened its mouth and swallowed the lands, breaking Middle Earth from Beleriand and exactly at the borderlands of Ossiriand the land broke and formed the new shore of middle earth, east of Ered Luin. Giliathmar drowned in the great ocean. Morgoth tried to flee, but was caught, and with Angainor they bound him, and his crown was cast as a collar around his neck, and in his bounds, they cast him into the Timeless Void, back to where he came from, that, which existed before Arda and before Morgoth’s wrath and ruin.

 

Shortly after the War of Wrath came to an end, Faenwe disbanded the Giliathrim, and he sang a final song, Lind-Giliath, in which he sang of Melkor, not Morgoth and how the ocean opened up and swallowed the land. Faenwe left all of Nost Giliath behind, who would soon be dispersed, leaving it into the hands of Belegring. Alike Faenwe, many of the Giliathrim would eventually traverse Belegaer, leaving behind the children of Faenwe. And so, the Giliathrim passed into legend, never to be heard of, or spoken of, unless you’d visit an intimate meeting of High Elves, who had not yet departed Middle-Earth. And so, ends the first rule of Nost Giliath, by Faenwe, who had now passed on the rule to Belegring. The first age of Middle-Earth was over, the Second Age had begun.

 

6.384 years later, at the dawn of the Third age, more specifically during its 2943th year, Belegring had heard tidings in secret meetings, of a Necromancer who was expulsed from an abandoned fortress in Mirkwood. Belegring then traveled through Middle-Earth to obtain council from Faenwe, who sang to him a song about fire, and implied that it was time to reform the Giliathrim and bring back Nost Giliath. To do so, Belegring was given the task to find 4 capable captains who would lead the Giliathrim when the time comes. And so he did, first to answer was Faollann, a most exceptional markswoman, who would lead the Giliathrim marksmen and markswomen, Glorelliel and Runalinn, captains who would rather die, than forsake their honor, and Thaurturiel, who alike Faenwe had the gift of music, and she would inspire the Giliathrim. These were the four captains that colored the reforming of Nost Giliath. During their initiation ceremony, Seregrian, the Blood-Queen, head of house Bar-en-Acharn, was present, after several encounters, the two houses would form an alliance, and ever since have been closely connected. Soon, another initiation ceremony will take place, and all newly enlisted recruits will undergo their oath to Nost Giliath, and become one of the Giliathrim.

 

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Belegring Belegring Lirgonion Elf
Faollann Foallann, Aranel Elf

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