Silwë

unlikely friends

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Artwork: Painting

"You would be glad to hear that I have made a friend in Hîr Silwë Ilúvaryano, last of the Gwaith-i-Mírdain of lost Eregion. He is proud, and clever, and willful in his age. But in that last respect, he and I are not so dissimilar. Indeed, in the halls of Imladris and by the forest's edge, his company makes an old ellon's dusk less lonely."

Source: 
I (Celebrinnir) am the artist; the background is a screenshot provided by Silwë!

To Beleriand

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Artwork: Drawing

Silwë
Pen and paper/traditional media 

Original artwork by Illuvarion

Source: 
I, Illuvarion am the original artist.

(Silwë - Ch 4) Revenge and Suffering

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Conceptual

Of the Lost Time and the Injuries I Sustained in Doriath

Cáno Silwë Rúsënaro
Recorded F.A. 457, Gondolin

The siege was broken. Morgoth’s accursed forces had overrun Himlad, where we had fled. Chaos ruled then, and this time was later known as the Dagor Braigollach, the Battle of Sudden Flame.

(Silwë - Ch 3) Peace in Ossiriand

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Conceptual

It was dark, and the world lit only by fire and stars, as the Dagor-nuin-Giliath was fought. Under the stars, it was called in the future. Ten days the battle raged, of Fëanor and his Noldorin host against the forces of Morgoth in the Mountains of Shadow. Outnumbered and greatly surrounded, somehow, the Noldor were victorious. 

The Story of Silwë Illuvarion

Author: 

This is the back-story I have written for my character, Illuvarion, as it pertains to role-playing on LotRO.

(Silwë - Ch 2) Warlord of the Noldor

What kind of Adventure is this?: 
Diary

Recollections of the Return of the Noldor to Beleriand
From the journal of Cáno Silwë Rúsënaro (Illuvarion), Warlord of the Noldor
(Date 
smeared illegibly), First Age

(Silwë - Ch 1) Silwë of Valinor

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Conceptual

Silwë loved the stars, and that is how he was named; for that name means Star-light in the language of the Noldor, Quenya. In the days before the Sun and the Moon, the Noldor had been second to follow the path of the Vala Oromë upon the Great Journey from the East, through the darkened Greenwood and over the mountains, and across the great sea to Aman, the Undying Lands. This is where Silwë dwelt, near Tirion-upon-Túna, with the Noldor, his people, under the light of the Two Trees.

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