After countless years and countless prayers, the fated time has come. Elwë bursts from the golden egg without a moment's delay, revealing her glorious form for all to witness. Her eyes hold naught but unconditional love for all creatures on Neotellus. Seeing their faces of relief and hope, she nods and vows to do everything in her power to fulfill their wishes for harmony, for she is that very embodiment.
Elu Thingol, also known as Elwë Singollo, is a fictional character in J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth legendarium. In The Silmarillion he is introduced as one of the three chieftains of the Elves who depart from Cuiviénen with Oromë as ambassadors of Valinor and later become Kings. Elwë means "Star-man", it derived from the Quenya (one of the languages spoken by the Elves) el "star" and wë "person, man" (man in the sense male, not human).
- Final stage of a 4-stage evolution.
- Artwork by Hyojin Ahn.