He tells Tauriel goodbye, but not before pleading with her to come with him. Kili: “I know how I feel, I'm not afraid. You make me feel alive.”
As the Dwarves are about to depart, Kíli says “amrâlimê” to the Elf-maiden Tauriel, whom he is in love with. And while she does share his feelings, their relationship is doomed to fail because of their races.
Tauriel admits her love for Kili in The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. She successfully finds Kíli and the two battle against Bolg together. She is overpowered and almost killed by Bolg, but Kíli sacrifices himself to save her.
Tauriel loves Kili because he is different. He is a dwarf with lyrical abilities and he understands the elves´ love for the starlight.
GlóinGimli / FatherHis father was Glóin, one of the former companions of the hobbit Bilbo Baggins. Gimli had wanted to accompany his father and the others in the company of Thorin Oakenshield on their quest to reclaim Erebor (the Lonely Mountain), but at age 62 he was deemed too young.
The Kiliel Kiss. If you've seen the final film you basically know that they didn't allow Kili and Tauriel to kiss at all while Kili was alive. It wasn't until after his death, while Tauriel was mourning for him, that she finally leaned down and kissed his lifeless body.
Tauriel is not truly in love with Kili. She loves him, but she's not in love with him. She views him the same way she views Legolas, as a very dear friend, and I think she tricks herself into falling in love with him because she doesn't want to hurt him the way she's been forced to hurt Legolas.
Gimli was not the last Dwarf, but together with Legolas, was the last of the fellowship leaving Middle Earth. No, but it's interesting that dwarves turn out not to matter much in The Lord of the Rings. Dwarves are central to The Hobbit, and they are mentioned a lot at the start of LOTR.
However, Tauriel also has a "softer side", and her character arc includes a love story. Though she and Legolas first met as children, and their relationship is significant, her romantic arc is not with him, as she develops a mutual attraction to the dwarf Kíli.
Tauriel is an elf that was completely made up for "The Hobbit" movies to "bring some more female energy," according to Entertainment Weekly. Legolas, who also wasn't in the original story (as son of Thranduil he could've been present, though), is interested in Tauriel.
The Arkenstone, also known as "The King's Jewel", the "Arkenstone of Thrain" and the "Heart of the Mountain", was a wondrous gem sought by Thorin Oakenshield in J. R. R. Tolkien's The Hobbit. It was discovered beneath the Lonely Mountain (Erebor) by Thorin's ancestor Thrain and shaped by the Dwarves.
The Arkenstone. It symbolizes greed and material love. Thorin ended up going to war over the Arkenstone so it shows how bad greed really is. The significance is that it corrupts the person into madness.
It is seen in the final chapter of The Lord of the Rings, along with the other two Elven Rings. The name is derived from the Quenya nár, "fire". At some point during the Third Age, Círdan passed the Ring to the Wizard Gandalf to aid him in his labours, having recognised his true nature as one of the Maiar from Valinor.
Mithrandir is a Sindarin name used by the Elves to refer to Gandalf and since Gandalf can speak Sindarin, he also often uses that name. “Mithrandir” means “Grey Pilgrim” or “Wanderer” in Sindarin, which is a reference to Gandalf's character.
So, in conclusion Tony in the MCU has had at least six AI options. JARVIS, FRIDAY, JOCASTA, TADASHI and the two discs whose names are not shown.
In Spider-Man's first story, in Marvel Comics' Amazing Fantasy, no. 15 (1962), American teenager Peter Parker, a poor sickly orphan, is bitten by a radioactive spider. As a result of the bite, he gains superhuman strength, speed, and agility along with the ability to cling to walls.