I'm hoping to create a couple newer threads in this area, so I have been internet searching for good topics. Here's the first one I came across. First off, if you read carefully, it does not actually say that Tuor was admitted into Valinor, right? Just that he sailed West. Another point to consider is, assuming he made it to Valinor, whether he was actually granted immortality. It states that he was "numbered among the elder race" and "joined with the Noldor", but that leaves some room for doubt. Any other quotes to clear this up? Last thing to consider is if Tuor was granted immortality, why? He was Man, Idril was elf. But in Luthien/Beren's and Aragorn/Arwen's case, we see a stronger trend for the Elf to become mortal. Why was it the opposite way around in this case? Thoughts?