“Then Ar-Pharazôn the King turned back to the worship of the Dark… ere long openly and in the face of his people; and they for the most part followed him. Yet there dwelt still a remnant of the Faithful… at Rómenna and in the country near….
The chief among them, to whom they looked for leading and courage in evil days, was Amandil, councillor of the King…. he was so noble, and had been so mighty a captain of the sea, that he was still held in honour by many of the people, and neither the King nor Sauron dared to lay hands on him as yet.
Therefore Amandil withdrew to Rómenna, and all that he trusted still to be faithful he summoned to come thither in secret; for he feared that evil would now grow apace, and all the Elf-friends were in peril. And so it soon came to pass.”
– The Silmarillion, Akallabêth
Tacronicus Cornelius (Tacronicus)
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