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Reviews For Meeting the Tatyar
Short, but I like it! Really powerful too, such a meeting between the Ambarussa and their up-till-now distant kin.
I loved the mention of poor Maedhros, as well as Maglor's decision to stay and Caranthir's mental link. For such a short mention, it conveyed a lot of emotion. Well done!
Author's Response: Thank you! I prefer saying the most in few words, unless I have a long plot in mind. I am very happy you liked my story! :)
So nice to see some sons of Feanor running into Avari that aren't automatically hostile (well, any more hostile than caution demands)! An intriguing thought that just as the Flight of the Noldor split families into those who stayed and those who left, the rift between Amanyar and ┌manyar would run right through families. Not something that I see explored very often, and I kind of wish that we'll see more about the Ambarussa and their encounter with their not-so-distant kin!
Author's Response: I might write more about them. AlcanŰ is FinwŰ's younger sieter in my "universe" though I have not yet decided why she stayed behind. They would be cautious, but they are closer to the Noldor tan the Grey Elves. Thank you for reading and commenting! I'm glad you liked the story.
Now that is an interesting concept I had not considered, although I did think about the exiles meeting those among Tatyar who stayed behind--there is the remark in canon about how they did not get along. I always thought it was a matter of stubborness on both sides are holding onto the same differences of opinion that provoked their original sundering. But it never occurred to me to think about meeting one's own close kin among them. Provocative idea.
Author's Response: I believe that the Tatyar who stayed simply wanted to continue their way of life. Either way, once they met agaon in Middle-earth the time for difference in opinions would have long passed. Thank you for your feedback!