Eat, what you crumbled - 14 The Ash Mountains were dim place. One of the caves in quite a high became the shelter for Eonwe. Maia looked awful even worse those few decades of years. All his clothes were damaged and his hands became black ended with talons. His teeth became sharper and eyes evil as he got used to the darkness of his living place. Only inside the cave he was taking on his Maiar form, but anywhere else he was black eagle. He didn't eat much, he didn't need it. He only needed fresh water and the Sun. Both he could get when he traveled to the Great River, or to the Sea of Nuren in Mordor.
Eonwe had poor life there and even more so, when Saurons power grew and dark lord returned on the throne of Mordor. He was almost decided to find himself another cave reachable by wings only, when he heard scream of dying Sauron. That was for the first time he left his cave in Maiar form. He left the cave and reached the top of the rock, where was good view at Mordor
Eat, what you crumbled - 12 I know that he remained there for some time,” Vaire said, “But that he was gifted with a vision?” She lifted her shoulders.
Námo looked at her very calm. “Many more that day changed, than shape of Arda. Some say that now there are two worlds; eternal and dying.”
“You agree with that...” Orome said surprised.
“I have no reason to disagree.” Námo smiled. “When Edain do not see Valinor, they slowly forget about it so there is nothing for them to be jealous of.”
“Isolating them might be wise, but it leaves them poorer of something,” Orome said. “Their part of world is much more grey, than ours...”
“It is their own fault.” Námo complained. “Even though they are not the one guilty, but their ancestors. It still is fair.
Eat, what you crumbled - 11 This is no fun.” Tulkas said almost angry. “Don't tell me that you were dating him?! You?!”
Eonwe smiled and shrouded his shoulders. “I'm not joking. I was very serious with him.”
“You surely could have someone better.” Orome said.
“What do you have about who I was dating?” Eonwe asked with hands at his sides.
“Was dating? You're not together anymore?” Frodo asked carefully.
Eonwe looked at him. “Indeed. We're together no more.” He admitted sadly.
“Can we please leave Eonwes love life alone for now?” Manwe asked. “I didn't finish yet and I do not plan to meet here again because of this.”
So others soon got silent again, sometimes looking at Eonwe, who, although being very hard guy, was red
Eat, what you crumbled - 10 Sauron didn’t get far before Melkor caught up with him. He turned at him looking sad.
“Melkor,” he said, “don’t tell me that it is worth it for you.”
“I’ll stop you, even if it would cost me my life, before I’ll take my last breath, you will fall.” Melkor said.
“Is this meant to be an oath?”
“If you want, then yes.”
In that moment Sauron saw a light in Melkors eyes, memory of the two trees of Valinor. He was very surprised! He saw power in him, which couldn’t be stolen. Melkor attacked and he dodged in fear. But then he stinged his staff into the cleft in the rock and kicked into the staff by all his strength. In all his power he kicked with so much power that the tunnel shaked, but staff didn’t bent. He took it and jumped backwards. “You