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Fluithuin

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In the earliest versions of the [[legendarium]], [[Gothmog (balrog)|Gothmog]] is described as the son of [[Morgoth]] and the '[[ogres|ogress]]' '''Fluithuin''' or '''Ulbandi'''.<ref>{{LT2|IIIn}}, ''Entries in the Name-list to The Fall of Gondolin, Gothmog''</ref> Both 'ogresses' and the idea that the [[Valar]] had children were discarded by Tolkien fairly early on.
 
In the earliest versions of the [[legendarium]], [[Gothmog (balrog)|Gothmog]] is described as the son of [[Morgoth]] and the '[[ogres|ogress]]' '''Fluithuin''' or '''Ulbandi'''.<ref>{{LT2|IIIn}}, ''Entries in the Name-list to The Fall of Gondolin, Gothmog''</ref> Both 'ogresses' and the idea that the [[Valar]] had children were discarded by Tolkien fairly early on.
  
 
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Revision as of 17:08, 23 March 2013

In the earliest versions of the legendarium, Gothmog is described as the son of Morgoth and the 'ogress' Fluithuin or Ulbandi.[1] Both 'ogresses' and the idea that the Valar had children were discarded by Tolkien fairly early on.

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien (ed.), The Book of Lost Tales Part Two, "The Fall of Gondolin": "Notes and Commentary", Entries in the Name-list to The Fall of Gondolin, Gothmog