Just for clarity, Val is a Noldor elf of the same House as Glorfindel, who was born in Gondolin shortly before its fall. He's pretty much a loner, prefering the company of beasts to fellow elves or men. He's more of a Ranger/Tracker/Beastmaster type character than a warrior, although he is quite handy with his bow. His favorite tactic is to hide in the safety of the treetops and take his enemies out with a carefully aimed arrow rather than get involved with hand to hand fighting. He does have a sword, but only as a last resort will he use it.If the character Valedhelgwath is a tall, male, human (?) warrior at the beginning of the story,
Another reason is that he likes Amarie and wants to impress her in due course!
She is aware of Arkantos' feelings for her and sees him for the good man he is.......Arkantos' presens may cause her a great deal of heartache.
Feel free to adjust the tense of my quoted wording to fit its time and place in the story. :happyelf:In preparation for his final journey from Rivendell to the Grey Havens, and ultimately to hidden Valinor, Elrond had turned over the Keys of Imladris to Lord Glorfindel. With them he had transferred the responsibability of maintaining Rivendell as the Last Homely House in the West.
Elrond had given this charge to Lord Glorfindel, as he had known that his sons, the twins, wanted to hunt Orc rather than be classified as glorified innkeepers, while Glorfindel had not yet become ready to leave Middle-earth, as he still had an epic poem he wished to finish writing: The Life and Resurrection of an Elven Lordling.
Ok, without knowing what Lord A has planned for Arkantos, the last part here seem to fit what I've been thinking too.Uh....make it that Amarie is NOT aware of Arkantos' feelings for her but will be during the quest. And why wld it cause her a heartache? She needn't fall for him! Also I have other plans for Arkantos! U will know as the story progresses
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