Question: do we deem it wise to attempt to tell full, nuances, multi-season stories for each of the Feanoreans? There’s a rather large number of them still running around, even after this season’s finale, and I suspect it might be wiser to focus on only a few. I propose three: Maedhros: this one is kind of the no-brainer, and not only because MithLuin would hurt me if I didn’t include him . He’s the leader after his father’s death (incarceration aside), and one of the last two. He’s making many of the decisions, and seems to struggle most with the Oath. Also, several of his other brothers (Maglor most especially, but Caranthir as well) are partially defined by their relationships with him. Celegorm: first and foremost, this keeps Huan front and center. You think I kid, but Huan’s aliénation from Celegorm has the potential to be one of the most pathos-filled stories we tell. Celegorm also offers a very different take on the Oath, but must have been, in his own way, as virtuous (in the old sense) as Maedhros to attract Huan in the first place. Celebrimbor: one of our longer-term characters: as a grandson of Feanor, but not personally bound by the Oath, Celebrimbor offers a perspective at once inside and outside. We also might want to flesh out his story— and his reactions to all the death, destruction, and loss around him— to explain why the Rings and Anatar seemed like a good idea at the time. This is just Feanoreans, mind: this doesn’t touch which others of Finwe’s progeny to focus attention on, much less others Houses of Elves or Men.