This generator of Maiar names will give you 15 random names that are fit for the Lord of the Rings. The Maiar are spirits that came down to Arda (the world in LOTR) to support the Valar (powerful spiritual beings that first formed Arda). -- Maiar became associated with one Valar. Eventually some Maiar will be corrupted by Melkor, who transformed them into Balrogs, like the one Gandalf battled ("You won't pass!"). Instead they may choose a shape that best fits their needs, Maiar has no defined form. Every single Maiar is immortal. If a Maiar is killed, its spirit will linger in the world with diminished powers until they can either take physical form once more or until their Valar restores their physical form.Maiar names tend to be melodic, although some Maiar are known by other names to the inhabitants of Middle-Earth, for example, Curumo is known as Saruman, Aiwendil is known as Radagast and Olórin was known as Mithrandir by the elves and as Gandalf by the Men of the West. There aren't so many called Maiar, though they are numerous at one point. We took the known names and used them as the basis for the generated names in this generator. Some known Maiar had a female shape and others had a male shape, but there wasn't a big difference between their names and they didn't have any real fixed shape as described before, but we decided to have a generator for male and female Maiar names anyway, if for convenience only.
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Many of the characters in the Middle Earth Role Playing Game are known as "Maiar", which means "winds of the world". In the book Peoples of Middle-earth Second Edition, 2nd Edition, Valamar and Maiar is an addition (to the game.) The addition of the names of the other races (i.e., humans and orcs) didn't change the fact that both races were part of the Great Ring of Power. What I was referring to was that there are three rings, not two. Valamar is the ring of the Vala, a powerful entity in Middle-earth who controls the powers of the wind and has a great responsibility. Maiar are the other rings, and they are controlled by lesser beings who are more of a force for good in the world.
It was important to include these three rings because they have a very important role. The first ring controls the weather: the Vala's ring controls the weather, while the Maiar's ring controls the other two. Without the power of the rings, the earth would not be able to sustain life. If the Vala's ring is broken, then the world will end, but the ring can't be broken by a mortal being unless he or she has the strength of a dragon. The other two rings are more subtle. They are made to shape the environment in order to affect things (and influence other people.)
Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring is the first novel in the epic trilogy, which takes place over three thousand years before The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. The main character of the trilogy is Bilbo Baggins, who goes on a quest with his friend Frodo. The Ringwraith, a group of elves, comes to the aid of the hobbits and destroys the white gold ring of power which holds the Ringwraiths at bay. The events of The Lord of the Rings take place in Middle-earth during the years of the Second Age, and the trilogy covers many important events that occur in the years following the end of the Third Age.