Caitlin and Audrey: The Silmarillion (Iluvatar: The One, created the first…
Caitlin and Audrey: The Silmarillion
Iluvatar: The One, created the first Ainur. Like a supreme being, creator.
Yavanna: Wife of Aule, Giver of Fruits. Lover of all things that grow in the earth and has many forms.
Mandos: Gatekeeper of underworld, like Hades, both the person and the place
Melkor: First dark lord, used to be the most powerful of the Valar, like Loki
Ulmo: Lord of Waters, keeps to himself in the sea. Governs all bodies of water, including fountains.
Orome: Mighty angry Lord. Lord of the Forests, loves tree and hunting. One of the most powerful warriors
Manwe: Appointed to be the First King of all Kings (ruler of Arda) and became the mightest, overriding Melkor. Associated with the sky, weather, rain, lightening.
Aule: Lord of all substances made in Arda. Both him and Melkor want to invent something unthought of, long dipute between them.
Sauron: Servant of Melkor, almost as evil as him, and will stand at his side during the final war.
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Ea: Created universe
Valinor: Where the Valar live.
Utumno : First and greatest fortress made by Melkor, in the north MIddle-Earth.
Ainu/Ainur: The Holy Ones,
Valar: Like Gods, the Ainu/Ainur who moved to earth
Children of Iluvatar: Illuvatar's children
Maiar: Spirits that helped the Valar create Arda, Gods helpers, not as powerful as Valar
Balrog: Maiar corrupted by Melkor
Quendi: Elves, elves are typically they are tall and live a longer life than humans
Atani: Humans, mortals
Dwarves: Creatures created by Aule
Eldar: Name given to the elves by the Valar
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Ainulindalë: Music created by Ainu/Ainur. Stopped twice and led to sight for the Valar.
Telperion: The elder of the Two Trees of Valinor, called the White Tree, and shed silver light on the Valar (
Laurelin: Golden Tree of Aman, female mate of Telperion, and younger. Gold-trimmed leaves and dew collected by Varda (Manwe's wife) represents the sun (
Ormal: One of the two lamps of Valar. (
Illuin: The other lamp of the Valar. More northern, sky-blue, represents the moon (