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Of the history of the Elves at Cuiviénen and the development of the the three tribes, of the family of Elwë and the discovery of Oromë, of how Indis received her name and Ingwë earned his, and of the honor duel between Imin and Ingwë to decide the leadership of the Minyar and the future of the Eldar.
Characters: Círdan, Elu Thingol, Elves, Enel, Finwë, Imin, Iminyë, Indis, Ingwë, Nahar, Olwë, Original Character(s), Oromë, Tata
Genres: Adventure, Drama, General
Warnings: Character Death, Mature Themes, Violence--Moderate
Chapters: 6 Completed: No
Word count: 19564 Read: 2123
Published: October 03, 2015 Updated: September 23, 2017
Some names and terms are in Primitive Elvish, but should be self-explanatory. I am using elements of the Cuivienyarna from the appendix of HoMe XI and the history of the Awakening of the Elves as presented in The Silmarillion, with the one glaring difference - logically it makes more sense to me that the first three elves to awaken and lead the tribes are not the same three elves that go with Oromë - or even blood relatives. The Ingwë and Vanyar here are based off ideas outlined in this post - Klingon Promotions Among the Vanyar. (Spoiler Alert!)
Though the character focus is mostly on Ingwë and his sister Indis, the story covers early life for everyone at Cuiviénen, especially Elu Thingol and his brothers.