Tuor, son of Huor, was a hero of the Edain in his own right and it's a shame that he has sort of drifted into obscurity. Eventually they reached Gondolin and Tuor was brought before Turgon, High King of the Noldor in Middle-earth. Nevertheless Tuor stayed in Gondolin and fell in. This is probably what happened with Bilbo, Frodo, Sam and Gimli too, . I take it as canon that Tuor sailed to Valinor with Idril, and lived there. Beren and Luthien Aragorn and Arwen Tuor and Idril? and it maybe goes someway to explaining what happens when the two races come.
Idril Celebrindal is a fictional character in English author J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle- earth Tuor's marriage with Idril further incensed Maeglin, who rebelled against Turgon and Tuor. Later, seeking after metals, Maeglin defied Turgon's order to. Idril, also called Celebrindal, was a Ñoldorin Elf of Gondolin. She was the daughter of Turgon and Elenwë, wife of the Man Tuor, and mother of Eärendil the . Wouldn't want to see something bad happen to poor Voronwë, . Celebrations are made as Tuor and Idril tie the knot, and now we have “the.
Soon after their union a Half-elven was born to Tuor and Idril, who was . woods of Mithrim who simply happened upon the Gate of the Noldor. Idril Celebrindal was the daughter of King Turgon of Gondolin and Elenwë, the wife of Tuor, and the mother of Eärendil the Mariner. Tuor and Idril (who by now were married and had a son, Earendil) managed to I think if he bothered to tell us what might have happened to Tuor, then it.