Aredhel was tall and strong, fond of hunting and riding in the forests. Her skin was pale and her hair dark; she always wore silver and white. Though fond of the Sons of Fëanor, she never fell in love with any of them.
Seguramente en algun momento de la
primera edad hubo un cretino que pensó que sería buena idea
inmortalizar el momento en el que Maedhros fue rescatado por Fingon
en toda su sangrienta y trágica gloria.
Lo se, porque si yo hubiera vivido
en esa época, yo hubiera sido ese cretino. :P
En la imagen:
Fingon trata de bajar el cuerpo
inconsciente de Maedhros con la mayor delicadeza posible, ayudado
por Aegnor y Finrod. Aredhel está ahí también, pero ahora
que esta cerca, no puede hacer mucho por temor a soltar a Maedhros
por el shock de verlo así.
you know there was a point in time
between the rescue of Maedhros and the end of Beleriand where some
jerk thought it’d be “heroic” and “poetic” to inmortalize the
arrival of Fingon and Maedhros to Fingolfin’s camp.
I know thise, because if I were a
1rst age elf, I’d be that jerk. :P
in the image:
Fingon is trying to lower Maedhros as
gently as posible, with the help of Aegnor and Finrod. Aredhel is
there too, but now that she’s close, she’s so shocked for seeing
Maedhros she’s afraid she might drop him out of shock.
So I tried to make this look like a
painting, I’m not really sure how well it worked but… *shrugs* I
Aredhel & Turgon:
Yes,you love Maedhros,we know,you love Maedhros so much,he's the light of your life,you love him so much,you just love Maedhros,we know you love Maedhros,you fucking love Maedhros,okay we know,we get it,YOU LOVE MAEDHROS,WE GET IT.
Firstly, I wanted to include in “the House of Finwe" also female figures like Amarie, the lover of Finrod, or Edhellos, the wife of Angrod, or Elenwe, the wife of Turgon (because I’ve included also in the House of Finwe Nerdanel, Anaire and Earwen, that are Finwe’s relatives only via marriage), but for par condicio, I’d to put also the wives of Curufin, Maglor and Caranthir … and these haven’t aname in all the versions of the legendarium. So, sadly I mustto exclude the wives of the sons of Feanor, like the wives of the sons of Fingolfin and Finarfin, even if I had also in my mind associated to them a pre raphaelite painting too.