- Celegorm amasses a large amount of followers. He returns to Maedhros.
- Maedhros leads his brothers and their followers towards Doriath.
The Havens of Sirion
- Cirdan awaits word from the ships.
- Only one ship returns. It brings word that the other six were lost. The way to the west is closed.
- Idril confides in Tuor her unease. She believes peace will not last and that Maeglin is not to be trusted.
- Tuor begins constructing in secret a tunnel out of the city.
- Galadriel prepares to leave. She asks Dior to follow her.
- The sons of Feanor attack in the middle of the night.
- Dior has all elves retreat into the caves. He is spotted by Celegorm and pursued.
- Dior gives the Nauglamir to Elwing and has guards escort her out.
- Celegorm is killed by Dior, who is then killed along with his wife by Curufin.
- Curufin and Caranthir die by the hands of Celeborn and his guards.
- Galadriel gathers followers, including Elwing, and escapes Menegroth.
- The rest of the elves in Menegroth are slaughtered.
- The followers of Celegorm capture Elured and Elurin, leaving them to starve in the forest.
- Sauron’s scouts come across Maeglin. Maeglin is taken prisoner.
- Maedhros searches for the Silmaril, but neither he nor his brothers or followers can find it.
- Celegorm’s followers return, telling Maedhros of their capture of the twins.
- Maedhros gives up the search for the Silmaril and goes into the forest to search for Elured and Elurin.
- Elured and Elurin come across Maedhros, but hide away from him.
Deaths – Dior, Nimloth, Nellas, Celegorm, Caranthir, Curufin
Adapted from chapters ‘Of the Ruin of Doriath’ and ‘Of Tuor and The Fall of Gondolin’ from The Silmarillion, ‘The History of Galadriel and Celeborn’ from Unfinished Tales and ‘The Fall of Gondolin’ from The Book of Lost Tales.
- The Death of Curufin – Jenny Dolfen
- Idril Tuor Maeglin – Catherine Chmiel
- Death in Doriath – Svetlana Nikonova
- Maeglin Taken Prisoner by Orcs – Catherine Chmiel
- Maedhros Searching for the Sons of Dior – Jenny Dolfen
- Turgon is brought reports from Glorfindel that spies gather around the mountains. Turgon doubles the guard and keeps everyone on full alert.
- Tuor shows Idril the passage out of the city.
- Maeglin is tortured by orcs.
- Morgoth comes to speak with Maeglin. He offers to spare Maeglin if the entrance to Gondolin is revealed.
- Maeglin, still undeterred, refuses. Morgoth then promises kingship of the city and Idril. Maeglin decides to betray Turgon.
- Galadriel and her followers escape the forest. She sets a constant guard on Elwing and the Silmaril and leads them to the Havens.
- Maedhros brings the bodies of his brothers back to their home.
- Maedhros, Maglor and Amras discuss their next move. Maedhros is reluctant to continue searching the wilderness.
- Maeglin returns to Gondolin. He lies about his wounds and returns to his place by Turgon’s side.
- Idril notices the change in Maeglin.
- Maeglin convinces a few lords to take his word over Turgon’s.
- Turgon ignores the words of Idril and prepares the city for the feast of the Gates of Summer.
- Gothmog leads a great host of orcs over the northern hills of Tumladen.
First Appearance – Salgant
Adapted from chapters ‘Of the Ruin of Doriath’ and ‘Of Tuor and the Fall of Gondolin’ from The Silmarillion, ‘The History of Galadriel and Celeborn’ from Unfinished Tales and ‘The Fall of Gondolin’ from The Book of Lost Tales.
- Turgon on His Throne – Catherine Chmiel
- Tuor, Gelmir and Arminas – Ted Nasmith
- Maedhros the Tall – Tuuliky
- The Storm is Coming – Liga Klavina
- Galadriel and the survivors of Doriath reach the Havens.
- Elwing and the Silmaril are brought to Cirdan and Gil-Galad. The people of Doriath are permitted to stay.
- The survivors of Gondolin come out of the mountains. There they make a feast in memory of those fallen.
- Tuor and Idril lead the people on down the river, heading for The Havens.
- Morgoth considers himself victorious. He cares not for the Sons of Feanor and considers the elves leaderless and defeated.
- Ulmo rises out of the waters and goes to speak with Manwe.
- Ulmo calls on Manwe to forgive the elves and save them from Morgoth. Manwe will not do so until they plead for pardon and relinquish all claim of the Silmarils.
- Spies tell Maedhros of the Silmaril at the Havens. He talks with his brothers about it.
- Maedhros chooses to forswear the Oath.
- Tuor and his followers reach the Havens.
- They tell Cirdan and Gil-Galad of the Fall of Gondolin and death of Turgon. Gil-Galad is crowned High King of the Noldor.
- Earendil meets Elwing for the first time.
Adapted from chapters ‘Of Tuor and the Fall of Gondolin’ and ‘Of the Voyage of Earendil and the War of Wrath’ from The Silmarillion, ‘The History of Galadriel and Celeborn’ from Unfinished Tales and ‘The Wanderings of Hurin and Other Writings’ from The War of the Jewels.
- Family – Liga Klavina
- Melkor – Thomas Ruillard
- Ulmo Lord of the Seas – Daniel Govar
(15 years later)
- Cirdan and Gil-Galad live on the Isle of Balar. Tuor and Earendil lead the people of the Havens.
- Earendil and Elwing wed.
- Tuor builds a ship in secret. He reveals to Idril he can no longer bear the longing for the sea that he has had since his meeting with Ulmo.
- Tuor meets with Cirdan and Gil-Galad, revealing his intentions to sail away and leave lordship of the Havens to Earendil.
- Tuor and Idril hold a feast where they announce their leave. In the morning they say goodbye to Earendil and Elwing and leave in their ship.
- Earendil meets with Cirdan about the possibility of sailing to Valinor. He is told of their previous attempts.
- Cirdan however, agrees to help build Earendil a ship.
- Many years pass. Elwing gives birth to twin sons, Elrond and Elros.
- Earendil and Cirdan build their ship, Vingilot, upon which Earendil sails through many seas and to many isles.
- Earendil returns to the Havens, where he stays with his sons for a while, but not long. He meets with Cirdan again and leaves to search for Valinor.
- Earendil with his small crew searches in vain for Valinor and Tuor.
- Maedhros hunts in the wild, but ever his Oath torments him. He returns to Amon Ereb and calls Maglor and Amras to their oaths once more.
- Maedhros sends messengers to the Havens of friendship, asking for them to yield the Silmaril.
- Elwing refuses to yield the Silmaril, not while Earendil is at sea.
- Maedhros will not wait any longer. He, with his brothers and followers, set out for The Havens.
First Appearance – Elros, Aerandir, Erellont, Falathar
Adapted from chapters ‘Of Tuor and the Fall of Gondolin’ and ‘The Voyage of Earendil and the War of Wrath’ from The Silmarillion, ‘The History of Galadriel and Celeborn’ from Unfinished Tales and ‘The Wanderings of Hurin and Other Writings’ from The War of the Jewels.
- Earendil the Mariner – Ted Nasmith
- Elwing and Earendil – zdrava
- Vingilot – Billy Masig
- But Elwing Was Not With Him – Dapplehack
- Elwing sends ships out to find Earendil before Maedhros comes upon them.
- Earendil is repelled several times by strong winds and fierce storms.
- He turns towards home, giving up hope of finding Valinor or his father.
- Maedhros comes down upon the Havens harshly and suddenly. He slays many elves himself, demanding the Silmaril be brought to him.
- Some of Maedhros’ followers stand side, unable to witness the cruelty of the slayings.
- Some of Maedhros’ followers go so far as to stand against Maedhros and his brothers. They refuse to kill Elwing or take the Silmaril from her. Instead they tell her to flee. They are all slain by the Sons of Feanor, although Amras is slain in their attack.
- Elwing casts herself into the sea with the Silmaril rather than let Maedhros have it.
- Maedhros and Maglor come into the house of Earendil. They there find Elrond and Elros.
- Maglor takes pity on the twins and convinces Maedhros to spare them. They take the twins captive.
- Ulmo bears Elwing out of the waves. He sends her in the form of a great white bird over the sea with the Silmaril on her breast.
- The white bird falls from the sky into Vingilot. Earendil sees the Silmaril and wonders.
- In the morning Earendil finds Elwing lying next to him, asleep.
- Earendil learns of the attack and curses himself for not being there to defend his people.
- Giving up his sons for dead, Earendil turns his ship around, heading towards Valinor once more.
- Cirdan and Gil-Galad reach the Havens too late. They bring the remaining survivors, including Galadriel and Celeborn, back with them to the Isle of Balar.
- Maglor grows fond of Elrond and Elros and begins teaching them how to play music. In his heart he grows weary of the Oath and the pain it has brought upon the world.
Death – Amras
Adapted from chapters ‘The Voyage of Earendil and the War of Wrath’ from The Silmarillion and ‘The Wanderings of Hurin and Other Writings’ from The War of the Jewels.
- Let the Havens Burn – Karolina Wegrzyn
- Earendil’s Ship – John Howe
- Maedhros at the Kinslaying – Jenny Dolfen
- And Maglor Took Pity Upon Them – Catherine Chmiel
- Earendil the Mariner – Jenny Dolfen
- Little Half-elf – Tuuliky
- Earendil sails with the Silmaril into the west again. The winds die down as the light of the Silmaril goes forward.
- They pass the Enchanted Isles and the Shadowy Seas. They pass Tol Eressea, where the Teleri are amazed at their sight.
- Earendil lands in the Bay of Eldamar and sets foot on Valinor. His crew dare not to go further, but Elwing follows him.
- Earendil bids Elwing stay while he approaches the Valar. With the Silmaril in hand he walks alone through empty and silent lands towards Taniquetil.
- Elwing waits at Alqualonde, where the Teleri come out and meet her.
- Elwing tells them of the destruction of Doriath and Gondolin, and of the Noldor.
- Earendil walks through the empty streets of Tirion, no one answering his calls.
- Earendil gives up and returns towards the sea. As he turns back though, Eonwe calls to him from the hill of Túna.
- Eonwe leads Earendil to Valimar to await the judgment of the Valar.
- Ulmo returns from the sea to join the council.
- Earendil stands before the Valar, asking for pardon and mercy for all Elves and Men.
- Mandos speaks against Earendil, but Ulmo speaks for him.
- Manwe spares Earendil and Elwing, but says they must never walk upon mortal land again. He gives them a choice to join the race of elves or of men.
- Eonwe takes Earendil back to Elwing as the Valar discuss further action.
- Earendil finds Elwing and tells her of their choice. She chooses to be counted among the elves, and Earendil chooses the same for her sake.
- Eonwe gives Earendil’s three friends a boat and sends them back eastward.
- The Valar take Vingilot back to Taniquetil, where they hallow it and set it on the winds. They charge Earendil with guiding the ship through the heavens, with the Silmaril on his brow, as a sign of hope.
- Earendil passes through the door of night, up past the reaches of the world
- Earendil’s crew returns to Balar, where they tell Cirdan of Earendil’s accomplishment. The elves of Balar witness the rising of the Silmaril in the west.
- Maedhros calls to Maglor to look at the western night sky. With Elrond and Elros they gaze upon the star, which Maedhros recognises as a Silmaril and Maglor understands as being risen by the power of the Valar.
Adapted from chapters ‘Of the Voyage of Earendil and the War of Wrath’ from The Silmarillion and ‘The Tale of Earendel’ from The Book of Lost Tales.
- The Shores of Valinor – Ted Nasmith
- Silmarillion: Reaching Valinor – Lady Elleth
- Earendil and Elwing – Roger Garland
- Earendil returns from his voyage to find Elwing in a white tower, built for them.
- Morgoth sees the new star in the west. He confides in Sauron that he assumes one must have made it through to Valinor, although he does not believe they will risk open war against him.
- Manwe calls up Ingwe of the Vanyar and Finarfin of the Noldor and orders them to prepare for war.
- Eonwe overlooks the building of a great host of ships by the Teleri.
- Ingwe and Finarfin gather their own forces
- The Teleri agree to build ships for the sake of Elwing, but refuse to take part in any battles.
- Eventually the Host of the Valar is prepared to sail to Middle Earth.
- Manwe and Ingwe stay behind. Manwe sends the Host with his blessing. Eonwe leads the Host over the sea.
- As the Host approaches Middle Earth, Eonwe orders the trumpets to be sounded. The Host is so many the sound can be heard all over Beleriand, reaching even to Angband.
- Morgoth hears the horns of the Valar. Afraid, he orders Sauron to prepare for war.
- Legions of orcs cross Anfauglith to meet the Host.
- Maedhros hears the horns. With Maglor, Elrond, Elros and others he rides forth to see the Host.
- Cirdan and Gil-Galad witness the great host sailing in towards Sirion.
- Eonwe lands at The Havens of Sirion. He sets up camp there with Finarfin.
- Galadriel finds Finarfin among the host.
- Cirdan arrives to speak with Eonwe. He pledges to fight for the Valar.
- The Teleri refuse to even set foot on Middle Earth.
- Maedhros and Maglor observe the Host from afar, but do not approach them.
First Appearances – Olorin, Curumo, Ingwion
Adapted from chapters ‘Of the Voyage of Earendil and the War of Wrath’ from The Silmarillion, ‘The Tale of Earendel’ from The Book of Lost Tales and ‘The Last Chapters of the Quenta Silmarillion’ from The War of the Jewels.
- Vanyar – Angel Falto
- White Tower of Elwing – John Howe
- Eonwe – Saj-jie
- All the Others, Gone – Jenny Dolfen