Ah, the gentle art of Fëanorian diplomacy.
Tolkien: any way you slice it.
‘Fingon and Turgon, sons of Fingolfin. The former just having freed Maedhros from Thangorodrim, presumably about to help tend his wounds - the latter making it clear in a very subtle way that he utterly disapproves of the rescue, holding Maedhros responsible for the death of his wife.’
Unspoken Resentment, by Gold-Seven

Fingon and Turgon, sons of Fingolfin. The former just having freed Maedhros from Thangorodrim, presumably about to help tend his wounds - the latter making it clear in a very subtle way that he utterly disapproves of the rescue, holding Maedhros responsible for the death of his wife.’

Unspoken Resentment, by Gold-Seven

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