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Adril as "Crimson Rain" the wizard/alchemist in the 5th age.


Adril, using the Ring of Gravity to turn Mirkwood into a chain of flying islands.

Wood elf wizard

Adrilden in the 3rd age, gifted with the power of the Valar

Second Age Edit

Adrilden, nicknamed Adril is an elf lord who was born in the Second Age He fought in the Battle of Dagorlad as one of the commanders of the Elven army at the time. After the Battle of Dagorlad, Adril travelled far into the East and met a great King whose Mother was Elvish and Father was a Maia. Adril saved the King's life by saving him from an assassin. In return, the King's Father granted Adril the power of a Maia, but also to balance it out the Gift of Men, which was considered a curse among the Elves.

Personality Edit

Adril is a wise but infuriating character. He has no emotions like love or hate, so he is more of a neutral person.

Third Age Edit

In the Third Age most of his time was spent learning magic from the Istari. His main source of learning was from Olórin , all the other magic that he has is self-made or a natural ability that he has from his Maiar abilities.

Fourth Age Edit

Adril, now accused of being a traitor for having the Gift of Men went rogue and attempted to make an act of revenge. By sending the Elven kingdom of Mirkwood (His homeland) into the sky as a chain of flying islands.

Fifth Age Edit

Not much is known about Adril in the fifth age other than that he was a powerful, deadly, and smart alchemist (what wizards were called at the time) under the name of Crimson Rain (wizards were given different code names at that age).

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