Father: Nolofinwë (High King Fingolfin)
Children: Maeglin Lómion
Siblings: Findekáno Astaldo (High King Fingon the Valiant), Turukáno (High King Turgon of Gondolin) and young Arakáno (Argon).
Aredhel Ar-Feiniel the White Lady of the Noldor (Irissë in Quenya) is a contradictory character, but overall impulsive and egocentric until the birth of her son gives her someone to care besides herself. The only daughter of King Fingolfin was a darkling beauty of the Noldor, lover of the hunt, and restless companion and friend of her feanorian cousins. No matter how many thought she might marry one of them, Celegorm came to mind, she did not. After the exile, she followed Turgon, her brother and came with him to the hidden city of Gondolin, but soon she tired of the quiet of the Hidden City and wished for the open plains and to hunt with her cousins again. Turgon let her go, but she never reached her destiny because her escort was attacked and she got lost in the woods of Nan Elmoth, home of Eöl the dark elf. He made her his wife and she bore him a son, whom she called Lómion, and whom Eöl named Maeglin. His husband never let her leave the house they lived in and she longed for her people more with every passing day. She told stories to her son about them; and soon he too longed to meet his family come from across the seas. Mother and son, one they they stole some horses and went looking again for Turgon's city. But Eöl followed them, angry and betrayed; and once she found them, unwilling to have his son be parted from him, and in front of the King he tried to kill his own son, but Aredhel threw herself in front of the poisoned dard and died.