That was an interesting edit by uberfuzzy. I don't know how Idrial was either added or deleted. I only added Haldir and his brothers to the list. I didn't think Idrial was an actual Tolkien character. I thought she was just a character in "The Third Age" video game. I'll have to check my Silmarillion. Tata

sec_1971 14:15, 24 October 2008 (UTC)

age? Edit

If cirdan was one of the first elves to "wake up" and left at the end of the third age, how old does that make him? --{{SUBST:User:Ugluk/Sig}} 19:44, 19 December 2008 (UTC)

It probably isn't measureable, as he existed before time was counted by days, as the sun and moon hadn't been made yet. Disorientedperson (talk) 20:07, July 12, 2015 (UTC)

Legolas, holding his hand to his ear...Edit

It's so hard to resist... I really want to change the caption of that photo to "They're taking the Hobbits to Isengard!" - Gradivus, 20:13, December 18, 2012 (UTC)

Sleep Edit

The Silmarillion contains at least five definite instances of Elves sleeping, and it's not described as something extraordinary. While it doesn't prove they need to sleep, they can, and routinely do. Not requiring sleep is quite a strong claim considering that most denizens of Arda do sleep (even Valar!), and I don't think it's something we can infer based on that one quote about Legolas. Is there any source that definitely establishes it? - Sikon (talk) 06:08, February 5, 2016 (UTC)

You're right. Only Legolas was mentioned to have the "meditative" state. Fingon and Turgon were sleeping beside a river when they were awoken by something else. Can't remember exactly where I read this (was it Silmarillion?), but I'll try to get back when I find it.  - Darkchylde  Talk  Contribs  12:10,2/5/2016