a basic rule of thumb for me if there are at least two Finwean cousins/half-cousins involved I will ship it in hell
especially Maedhros/Fingon and Celegorm/Aredhel
Curufin/Finrod is probably an “i’m not okay with my weird affinity for this pairing” mixed with an “i’m completely okay with my weird affinity for this pairing” because I SHIP IT SO HARD but mixed feelings because certain nargothrond events so idk there’s a bit more conflict in that for me (compared to Maedhros/Fingon and Celegorm/Aredhel which lbr are basically canon)
and any other combination is a yes as well (which is why I’m so intrigued about the relationships of Finwe’s grandchildren because like omg you can pick any two at random and manage to find some interesting dynamic between them??? ahh)
wouldn’t ship with a 50-foot bargepole / don’t ship / enh, okay / yeah, sure / i’m not okay with my weird affinity for this pairing / i will ship them in hell
Live fast die young bad cats do it well
Sons of Fëanor by Ivanneth
•Feanor: will bond with Nerdanel to produce Seven Sons of Feanor. Will form a +3 cation in the presence of a Melkor, even though this creates a very unstable atom. In its cation state, a Feanor can induce a dipole in most Elf molecules and elements, causing instability, which is particularly pronounced in the Sons of Feanor molecules. Unlike other elements, a Feanor +3 will experience an increase in its electronegativity and attempt to wrest electrons away from other elements. If it attempts to does this with a Morgoth -3 or a Gothmog, the Feanor will explode in a shower of subatomic particles and scatter itself over a wide area.
•Nerdanel: will bond with a Feanor to produce the Seven Sons of Feanor molecules. The Nerdanel molecule itself is usually found bonded to a Mahtan or Feanor element, or by itself far away from other Noldorian elements.
•Maedhros: non-polar molecule made up of Nerdanel and Feanor elements with a higher number of Nerdanels. May bond with a Fingon molecule, but this has not been seen to happen in a scientific setting. If a Maedhros comes in contact with a Thangorodrim molecule, it will bond. However, if a Fingon bonded to a Thorondor bond to the Maedhros, the Maedhros will be released from the Thangorodrim but lose an electron in the process, becoming a Maedhros +1 and so slightly unstable. As a cation, it will attempt to steal electrons from other elements, particularly Diors, Elwings, and Eonwes.
•Maglor: non-polar molecule with a high ratio of Nerdanel atoms compared to Feanors. It experiences an induced dipole in the presence of a Maedhros +1, causing it to go after other electrons, particularly those belonging to Eonwes.
•Curufin: a polar molecule with the highest ratio of Feanors to Nerdanels of any of the Seven Sons of Feanor. It is most often found bonded to a Celegorm, or bonding to an Elf Lady molecule to form a Celebrimbor. Due to its highly polar nature, Curufins’ positive ends are extremely attracted to electrons and will attempt to seize them from any element, but especially Diors. This does not work out well for either molecule, as if a Celegorm and Caranthir are also attempting to seize an electron from the Dior, all four molecules will be destroyed.
•Celegorm: a polar molecule and one of the Seven Sons of Feanor molecules. This molecule is extremely attracted to the Luthien molecule and will attempt to form a bond. However, if the Luthien is already bonded to a Beren, the Celegorm will experience a violent repulsion from the Beren’s lone electron pairs.
•Caranthir: a non-polar molecule and one of the Seven Sons of Feanor. It does not experience any intermolecular forces save for occasional van der Waals forces with Maedhros, Curufin, and/or Celegorm molecules. It is usually found around Dwarf molecules or off by itself somewhere.
•Amrod: a non-polar molecule made up equally of Nerdanels and Feanors. It is nearly always found bonded to its isomer, Amras. In the presence of a Maedhros +1, an Amrod may attempt to wrest electrons from Elwing and/or Elves of Sirion molecules, which results in the destruction of both the Amrod and Elves of Sirion.
•Amras: one of the Seven Sons of Feanor molecules. Like its isomer, Amras experiences an induced dipole in the presence of a Maedhros +1 and may attempt to steal electrons from Elves of Sirion molecules. However, new research suggests that Amras may also experience instability in the presence of a Feanor +3 element and a Ships at Losgar molecule. This instability results in the breaking of the covalent bonds between the Nerdanel and Feanor elements and the destruction of the Amras.
•Celebrimbor: a non-polar molecule formed of Curufins and Elf Lady molecules. It will quickly distance itself from any Curufins in the area, but remain near any Nargothrond compounds. If the Nargothrond dissociates, the Celebrimbor will gradually make its way toward an Eregion compound and experience intermolecular forces with Smiths of Eregion and Annatar molecules. However, if the Annatar molecule reacts with a One Ring molecule to become a Sauron -1, the Celebrimbor’s covalent bonds will be broken, resulting in the destruction of the molecule.
So I pokemon-fusioned and
my body is yours
no i definitely didn’t just buy the same sundress in two different colors or anything
that would be ridiculous