I ask this of all the Tolkien readers I meet. What do you think happened to Elladan and Elrohir, the twin sons of Elrond, at the end of the Third Age? We know that they had to choose, as all the elves did. And we know that whatever choice one made, the other probably would. But do you think they chose to leave Middle-Earth with the other elves, or stay behind? Tolkien left this open, just as he did many things. I think it was more so you could decide what you thought. I think they may have stayed behind. After all, Elrond says that this is the Age of Men, yet he still sends his sons to Aragorn's side in the War of the Ring. Perhaps he still didn't trust men to defend their lives alone. And perhaps his sons emulate this and stay behind with their sister... What do you think?