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Until someone can justify this angelic depiction of Eonwe, I don't think it's appropriate for the article. Please refer discussion here instead of sending it to an unregistered user page that goes to an ip range. Not everyone in the range wants to read angry messages sent to the non-registered user. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 20:46, 6 April 2008 (UTC)
To start with the last thing: if you are concerned that someone else might receive my "angry messages" why don't you register with your own private username especially since you've been a while on the wikipedia? It's much more pleasant for your fellow writers to address a name than a number. Then you say that a justification is needed for showing Eönwë in an angelic form. What inspiration do you think Tolkien had when he mentions the Maia Eönwë (almost on the height of a Vala) blowing his trumpets/horns to the horror of the enemies (for instance before the War of Wrath)? Ever read Book of Revelation in the Bible where angels blow trumpets on Judgement Day? In all of Tolkien's mythology you will find parallels to the Old- and New Testament. Ilúvatar, the one God, Morgoth, Satan - the Fallen Angel, The fall of Númenor, Sodoma & Gomorra etc. Eönwë is not a Man or an Elf. He is a (supernatural) Maia which is not a God but a "Spirit Being" serving the gods, just like the angels serve the Christian God in the Bible.
I am not saying that my picture is the ultimate 'real' picture of Eönwë. But the mentioning of him blowing his trumpets before the battle between good and evil (the Valas and Morgoth) got me inspired to make this picture. I have put a lot of effort into making my Tolkien pictures therefore waking up the next morning and find my work erased - not because a better picture is inserted - but because someone isn't satisfied with an image interpretation that nowhere contradicts Tolkien's description of a certain character, just makes me hit the roof. "Appropriate" edits like the one you have just made, makes artists like myself reconsider if we really want to waste our time on illustrating articles like this one. I think it's time for the administrators to step in now and give their opinion. Gorthaur03 (talk) 23:34, 6 April 2008 (UTC)