Where does the Bauglir part of the name come from. I can't say I remember it in 'The Silmarillion' or any other source for that matter.--Darth Mantus 13:26, 27 October 2006 (UTC)
- It is mentioned in the Silmarillion several times. A pdf search resulted in seven hits. It is even in the index of names. --Weas-El ( talk ) 14:31, July 27, 2010 (UTC)
Rodger Garland picture Edit
- what picture? there was this image which used to be on the page Gimli 13:59, 16 January 2007 (UTC)
I'd like to nominate a couple of options to replace the current artwork on the Melkor/Morgoth page.
No, the one at the top stays. If want it in teh article ten it goes in the gallery section.Umishiru 05:42, February 27, 2012 (UTC)
That's fine, but don't act like you're the final authority, this board is not a dictatorship. Also, if you choose to respond, please do so when you're sober or can at least take the time to check your grammar. ;-)
I'm wondering where is it said that Morgoth was beheaded? Is it not fanfiction? In Morgoth Ring Tolkien said his body was destroyed, but beheaded??? Anyone have a source for this?126.96.36.199 08:31, January 31, 2013 (UTC)Ludo
I redirected Melko to Melkor for now. Although might be room to seperate it out into its own article at some point. Since there are some 'differences' between the later published Morgoth and the early pre-Hobbit written material in the HoMe series. I don't think "Melko" appears in the more "complete" core material.Baggins (talk) 21:04, June 26, 2013 (UTC).
Very tall in Peter Jackson film? Edit
It says in the info box that he is very tall in peter jackson's film. He was never in there, he might be briefly shown in the Hobbit but that is unknown and highly not going to happen. Care if it is changed?
Possibly a Sign That Eru is Flawed?Edit
I do a lot of roleplaying--no, wait, stay where you are; I promise you that this isn't going to be me pretending my headcanon is real. I do a lot of roleplaying, and what often happens is that someone does something that the person managing the story doesn't expect. When that happens, the worst thing the DM can do is try to counter the addition, because doing so almost always results in the player becoming annoyed and the story itself becoming less focused and fractured. This is exactly what Eru did, and Tolkien directly acknowledges this by showing how Melkor became even more disgruntled, to the point where he became actively treacherous, after Eru's rebuke. Melkor's original intent was not to conquer the music but to improve it; it's possible that with some work, Melkor's song could have been joined with that of Eru's in a sort of cycle--winter to summer, life to death, etc. etc. etc. Stories are generally pretty damn boring without conflict. Instead, he alienated Melkor, which resulted in the marring of his creation.