Fingolfin (Y.T. 1190 - F.A. 456)
Having different mothers, Fingolfin and his older half-brother Fëanor never felt a close bond with each other. This lack of affinity developed into rivalry when Melkor secretly told each of them that the other was planning on driving them out of Tirion. During the days of the Two Trees in Valinor, as Melkor’s lies were taking their place in Noldor’s minds, people started thinking that the Valar were holding them back from going back to Cuiviénen. Fëanor was the first to speak against the Valar, and Finwë summoned all of the lords of his house to resolve the issue. As Fingolfin was contending with his father to restrain Fëanor, the latter arrived fully armed with weapons he had secretly forged. Even though Fingolfin accepted him as the older one, Fëanor threatened Fingolfin, who was unarmed, with his sword, after which Fingolfin bowed to Finwë and left, only to be followed by Fëanor and threatened again in public. After the escape of Melkor from Valinor, during the feast Manwë held for the reconciliation of the Eldar, Fingolfin publicly forgave Fëanor and called him "Half-brother in blood, full brother in heart". Nevertheless that was before their father died and the dreadful events on the journey to Middle-earth took place.
Thorin being a vulnerable angel (◡‿◡✿)
IF U GAVE THORIN OAKENSHIELD A KITTEN HE WOULD LOOK SO CONFUSED BUT HE’D HOLD IT SO GENTLY AND PET ITS HEAD WITH ONE FINGER AND EVENTUALLY SMILE AND SUFFER FROM HIS CHEST SWELLING UP WHENEVER THE SAID KITTEN MEOWED
He would probably give it a fierce war-like name in Khuzdul (earning a disapproving look from Bilbo), and growl at any ‘unworthy’ person trying to cuddle it.