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Galdor of the Tree

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During the [[First Age]], '''Galdor''' was a [[Noldor|Noldorin]] [[Elves|Elf]], who lived in [[Gondolin]] during the [[First Age]], and was the leader of the '''[[Folk of the Tree]]'''. He was said to be the bravest Elf of Gondolin, save king [[Turgon]] himself. After the [[Fall of Gondolin]] he fled southwards to the [[Mouths of Sirion]]. It is said he later returned to the [[Undying Lands]], and dwelt on [[Tol Eressëa]].
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During the [[First Age]], '''Galdor''' was a [[Noldor|Noldorin]] [[Elves|Elf]], who lived in [[Gondolin]] during the [[First Age]], and was the leader of the '''[[Folk of the Tree]]'''. He was said to be the bravest Elf of Gondolin, save king [[Turgon]] himself. He carried either great [[clubs|club]] or a spear, and wore green.  After the [[Fall of Gondolin]] he fled southwards to the [[Mouths of Sirion]], after leading the scouts before the exiles on their escape. It is said he later returned to the [[Undying Lands]], and dwelt on [[Tol Eressëa]].

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During the First Age, Galdor was a Noldorin Elf, who lived in Gondolin during the First Age, and was the leader of the Folk of the Tree. He was said to be the bravest Elf of Gondolin, save king Turgon himself. He carried either great club or a spear, and wore green. After the Fall of Gondolin he fled southwards to the Mouths of Sirion, after leading the scouts before the exiles on their escape. It is said he later returned to the Undying Lands, and dwelt on Tol Eressëa.