I'm Laura, I'm 25 and I'm from England. I'm a big fan of LOTR and The Hobbit and all things Tolkien related. Middle Earth is my escapism and has been since I was 13. I also adore Richard Armitage and I'm head over heels in love with his portrayal of Thorin Oakenshield, my hero. Mukhuh Mahal udnîn zu ra sanzigil umkhûh zu! ♥ ☮
The feasting people were Wood-elves, of course. These are not wicked folk. If they have a fault it is distrust of strangers. Though their magic was strong, even in those days they were wary. They differed from the High Elves of the West, and were more dangerous and less wise. For most of them (together with their scattered relations in the hills and mountains) were descended from the ancient tribes that never went to Faerie in the West.
And he took her in his arms and kissed her under the sunlit sky, and he cared not that they stood high upon the walls in the sight of many. And many indeed saw them and the light that shone about them as they came down from the walls and went hand in hand to the Houses of Healing.