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== Physical Characteristics ==
 
== Physical Characteristics ==
 
    
 
    
The people of the House of Hador tended to be hardy and enduring in cold and distances, strong, tall, bold and steadfast (second to those of the First House), swift in body, with blue eyes, fair skin, and golden hair; they were noble and generous, ready in mind and quick to anger and laughter. There were some among them who were dark-haired (a trait sometimes inherited from the [[House of Beor]]).<ref>{{S|Men}}</ref><ref name=DM/>{{rp|307}}, and those members showed an interest in crafts and lore.<ref>{{PM|XNotes}}, #43</ref> They were marked as being the tallest men inhabitants of Beleriand save the Elves, They were the largest of the Houses and also the most warlike.
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The people of the House of Hador tended to be hardy and enduring in cold and distances, strong, tall, bold and steadfast (second to those of the First House), swift in body, with blue eyes, fair skin, and golden hair; they were noble and generous, ready in mind and quick to anger and laughter. There were some among them who were dark-haired (a trait sometimes inherited from the [[House of Beor]]).<ref>{{S|Men}}</ref><ref name=DM/>{{rp|307}}, and those members showed an interest in crafts and lore.<reF>{{PM|Xnotes}}, #43</ref> They were marked as being the tallest men inhabitants of Beleriand save the Elves, They were the largest of the Houses and also the most warlike.
  
 
Their features and traits were such, that young members of the House were almost indistinguishable from the Eldar, a fact that was remembered in elven songs ever after. The swift fading of this condition was a grief and a mystery to the Eldar.<ref>{{PM|XNotes}}, #47</ref> As a notable example, [[Túrin]] could be taken as one of the [[Noldor]], and was named "[[Adanedhel]]" (Elf-man) in [[Nargothrond]].<ref>{{S|Turin}}</ref>
 
Their features and traits were such, that young members of the House were almost indistinguishable from the Eldar, a fact that was remembered in elven songs ever after. The swift fading of this condition was a grief and a mystery to the Eldar.<ref>{{PM|XNotes}}, #47</ref> As a notable example, [[Túrin]] could be taken as one of the [[Noldor]], and was named "[[Adanedhel]]" (Elf-man) in [[Nargothrond]].<ref>{{S|Turin}}</ref>

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