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Reviewer: Chiara Cadrich Signed [Report This]
Date: July 15, 2016 - 07:11 am
Title: Thorondor, Lord of the Eagles

Thank you for this thorough analysis.

I remember only one case where the role of an eagle in mytholgy may seem evil : After Prometheus is sentenced by Zeus, the titan is chained to a mountain peak, and every day his liver is devoured by an eagle, for the organ regenerates every night.



Author's Response:

Thank you so much for reading! That is true and that is a gruesome one!

But, as you say, the large part of the roles of eagles in myth and legends are made up of them being helpful, heroic, and symbols of strength and glory. One could write so much more!

Reviewer: Himring Signed [Report This]
Date: July 10, 2016 - 09:25 am
Title: Thorondor, Lord of the Eagles

I like this one, Oshun!

Thirty fathoms is indeed pretty unfathomable!



Author's Response:

Thanks, again! I am laughing at your comment because Dawn asked me when she was copy checking if I really meant to says "fathoms" and "unfathomable"--one right after the other! I meant to tell her I did and I forgot, but she left it in anyway. She indulges me! I enjoyed it. Reading his history gives one a good overview of the First Age. [I know, a pun is a low form of humor also!]

I appreciate it so much that you let me know you are reading these!

Reviewer: DrummerWench Signed [Report This]
Date: July 04, 2016 - 05:34 pm
Title: Thorondor, Lord of the Eagles

Really great work, Oshun! I so appreciate these bios! They're always interesting, and Thorondor's is no exception.

 



Author's Response:

Thanks so much, Drummerwench! I am so glad you enjoyed this one and stopped by to tell me!




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