The Silmarillion itself has Fingolfin entirely opposed to Fëanor at this point, but in HoME (specifically, 'The Shibboleth of Fëanor') his views are more nuanced, as I'm showing them here. He still, however, thinks Fëanor is a rash, blundering hothead who can't be trusted to run a village jumble sale, let alone be king of the Noldor...
Anyone want to guess why the next episode is titled 'Uh oh'? :)
Part 219: Who will be strong and stand with me?
Next time: Part 220: Uh oh.
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