Tag Archives: Tolkien

Entlings

The ents may have lost their wives but I have found their children. The Entlings are a little on the small side but I have no doubt they will grow into something much larger. Exactly what, I’m not quite sure; there … Continue reading

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Huorn

In Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings, there are dark forces in the forests. The Huorn are ents become more treeish, gone wild. They can still move and speak, but only with ents. They are vengeful, capable of creating darkness, … Continue reading

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Naming Olvar Wood

The name Olvar Wood is taken from Tolkien’s The Simarillion, in which the olvar are growing things with roots in the ground and the kelvar are animals. It was Yavanna (giver of fruits), the second greatest of the Valar (pure, … Continue reading

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