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The Elves , who called themselves the Quendi , and who in lore are commonly referred to as the Eldar (adj. Eldarin ), were the first and eldest of the Children of Ilúvatar , and are considered to be the fairest and wisest of any race of Arda given sapience .

Some, known afterwards as the Calaquendi (Elves of the Light), were brought by the Valar from Middle-earth to Valinor  across the Sea, where they were taught by the Ainur . But after the Silmarils were stolen by Melkor , some of the Elves returned to Middle-earth , where they remained until the end of the Third Age . [4]

Elves do not physically age, and are not subject to illness. However, they can be slain by violence or extreme negative emotion.

The Elves , who called themselves the Quendi , and who in lore are commonly referred to as the Eldar (adj. Eldarin ), were the first and eldest of the Children of Ilúvatar , and are considered to be the fairest and wisest of any race of Arda given sapience .

Some, known afterwards as the Calaquendi (Elves of the Light), were brought by the Valar from Middle-earth to Valinor  across the Sea, where they were taught by the Ainur . But after the Silmarils were stolen by Melkor , some of the Elves returned to Middle-earth , where they remained until the end of the Third Age . [4]

Elves do not physically age, and are not subject to illness. However, they can be slain by violence or extreme negative emotion.

The  King of the  Wild Hunt  leads a horde of specters - omens of misfortune and death - across the skies of the Continent .

Over the course of the game, the King taunts Geralt each time they meet by twisting everything the witcher has done in an attempt to have our hero doubt himself and his own motives.

It is heavily implied that the Wild Hunt is pursuing Geralt as he runs through the forests near Kaer Morhen in the Prologue. In Chapter I he appears in the Outskirts along with the ghost of Leo . In Chapter IV, Geralt must be careful not to summon him while completing a quest for the Hermit . These encounters culminate at the end of the game and true to form, the witcher is faced with another dilemma, as the King has come to claim the soul of Jacques de Aldersberg .

The Elves , who called themselves the Quendi , and who in lore are commonly referred to as the Eldar (adj. Eldarin ), were the first and eldest of the Children of Ilúvatar , and are considered to be the fairest and wisest of any race of Arda given sapience .

Some, known afterwards as the Calaquendi (Elves of the Light), were brought by the Valar from Middle-earth to Valinor  across the Sea, where they were taught by the Ainur . But after the Silmarils were stolen by Melkor , some of the Elves returned to Middle-earth , where they remained until the end of the Third Age . [4]

Elves do not physically age, and are not subject to illness. However, they can be slain by violence or extreme negative emotion.

The  King of the  Wild Hunt  leads a horde of specters - omens of misfortune and death - across the skies of the Continent .

Over the course of the game, the King taunts Geralt each time they meet by twisting everything the witcher has done in an attempt to have our hero doubt himself and his own motives.

It is heavily implied that the Wild Hunt is pursuing Geralt as he runs through the forests near Kaer Morhen in the Prologue. In Chapter I he appears in the Outskirts along with the ghost of Leo . In Chapter IV, Geralt must be careful not to summon him while completing a quest for the Hermit . These encounters culminate at the end of the game and true to form, the witcher is faced with another dilemma, as the King has come to claim the soul of Jacques de Aldersberg .

The Noldor ( Third Age Exilic Q , pron. [ˈnoldor] ) or Ñoldor (older and Amanya Q, pron. [ˈŋoldor] ) were those of the second clan of the Elves who came to Aman . They were highly skilled in crafts and gained much knowledge, which they passed on to Men after their Exile . Their King was originally Finwë , but he was slain by Morgoth , leading his son Fëanor to avenge him and the theft of his jewels by making war upon Morgoth in Middle-earth . The war of the Noldor against Morgoth comprises many of the tales of the First Age .

According to legend, the clan was founded by Tata , the second Elf to awake at Cuiviénen . With him were his spouse Tatië and their 54 companions, and this clan became known as the Tatyar . Finwë , the first Ñoldor to come to Valinor with Oromë , became their King, and led most of them to Valinor. Out of the original 56 Tatyar who awoke at Cuiviénen, 28 remained at the place of their awakening, becoming Avari , while the other original 28 and their offspring continued on their Great Journey .

The Noldor earned the greatest hatred of Melkor , who envied their prosperity and, most of all, the Silmarils. So he went often among them, offering counsel, and the Noldor hearkened, being eager for lore. But amid his seemingly good advice, Melkor sowed lies to turn one House of the Noldor against another, and in the end the peace in Tirion was poisoned. After threatening his half-brother Fingolfin , Fëanor was banished from Tirion by the Valar , and with him went Finwë his father. Fingolfin remained as the ruler of the Noldor of Tirion.

The Elves , who called themselves the Quendi , and who in lore are commonly referred to as the Eldar (adj. Eldarin ), were the first and eldest of the Children of Ilúvatar , and are considered to be the fairest and wisest of any race of Arda given sapience .

Some, known afterwards as the Calaquendi (Elves of the Light), were brought by the Valar from Middle-earth to Valinor  across the Sea, where they were taught by the Ainur . But after the Silmarils were stolen by Melkor , some of the Elves returned to Middle-earth , where they remained until the end of the Third Age . [4]

Elves do not physically age, and are not subject to illness. However, they can be slain by violence or extreme negative emotion.

The  King of the  Wild Hunt  leads a horde of specters - omens of misfortune and death - across the skies of the Continent .

Over the course of the game, the King taunts Geralt each time they meet by twisting everything the witcher has done in an attempt to have our hero doubt himself and his own motives.

It is heavily implied that the Wild Hunt is pursuing Geralt as he runs through the forests near Kaer Morhen in the Prologue. In Chapter I he appears in the Outskirts along with the ghost of Leo . In Chapter IV, Geralt must be careful not to summon him while completing a quest for the Hermit . These encounters culminate at the end of the game and true to form, the witcher is faced with another dilemma, as the King has come to claim the soul of Jacques de Aldersberg .

The Noldor ( Third Age Exilic Q , pron. [ˈnoldor] ) or Ñoldor (older and Amanya Q, pron. [ˈŋoldor] ) were those of the second clan of the Elves who came to Aman . They were highly skilled in crafts and gained much knowledge, which they passed on to Men after their Exile . Their King was originally Finwë , but he was slain by Morgoth , leading his son Fëanor to avenge him and the theft of his jewels by making war upon Morgoth in Middle-earth . The war of the Noldor against Morgoth comprises many of the tales of the First Age .

According to legend, the clan was founded by Tata , the second Elf to awake at Cuiviénen . With him were his spouse Tatië and their 54 companions, and this clan became known as the Tatyar . Finwë , the first Ñoldor to come to Valinor with Oromë , became their King, and led most of them to Valinor. Out of the original 56 Tatyar who awoke at Cuiviénen, 28 remained at the place of their awakening, becoming Avari , while the other original 28 and their offspring continued on their Great Journey .

The Noldor earned the greatest hatred of Melkor , who envied their prosperity and, most of all, the Silmarils. So he went often among them, offering counsel, and the Noldor hearkened, being eager for lore. But amid his seemingly good advice, Melkor sowed lies to turn one House of the Noldor against another, and in the end the peace in Tirion was poisoned. After threatening his half-brother Fingolfin , Fëanor was banished from Tirion by the Valar , and with him went Finwë his father. Fingolfin remained as the ruler of the Noldor of Tirion.

Genealogical tree showing the descent of the High Kings of the Noldor . Those who held the office of High King are shown in bold text. This tree follows the convention in the The Silmarillion that Gil-galad was the son of Fingon : this is contentious, and other possible lines of descent exist.

The title of six Elf -lords of the Noldor. They held titular rulership over all the Noldor of Middle-earth , though in practice circumstances prevented the effective use of this power until the time of the Last Alliance . The Sons of Fëanor , in particular, while they acknowledged the Kingship, paid its bearer little heed; they preferred to follow their own policies under the general leadership of Maedhros .

Gil-galad was the last High King; after his time the title is never used. In order of succession, the Kingship would presumably have fallen on Turgon's descendants; Eärendil (who was in the West and could not exercise it) or his eldest son Elrond (who never made claim to the Kingship).


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