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No no no the explanation of this scene: so elves don't die you know? They're immortal. So when they lose Gandalf this is really one of his first times experiencing the death of someone close to him and it's touching brb gotta cry

No no no the explanation of this scene: so elves don't die you know? They're immortal. So when they lose Gandalf this is really one of his first times experiencing the death of someone close to him and it's touching brb gotta cry

Elves don’t understand death because they’re immortal unless slain. So Legolas is adorably confused and bewildered as he looks at Boromir when he’s dying. / the look of immense sadness on Legolas' face in this part always breaks my heart.

Elves don’t understand death because they’re immortal unless slain. So Legolas is adorably confused and bewildered as he looks at Boromir when he’s dying. / the look of immense sadness on Legolas' face in this part always breaks my heart.

Arwen Undomiel, daughter of the peredhil, Elrond.  Descendant of Luthien, like her forebear she chose to give up her immortality for the sake of her mortal love, Aragorn, heir to the throne of Gondor and Arnor. "King and his Queen" by jankolas on DeviantArt

Arwen Undomiel, daughter of the peredhil, Elrond. Descendant of Luthien, like her forebear she chose to give up her immortality for the sake of her mortal love, Aragorn, heir to the throne of Gondor and Arnor. "King and his Queen" by jankolas on DeviantArt

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