Meássë, was known as the Warrior Goddess and also known as the "Amazon with bloody arms." She was the sister of Makar, both of the siblings lived in a dark hall in northern Aman with a following of battle-loving spirits rejoicing in Storms, earth-quakes and the furies of the ancient seas.They were no direct servants of any Valar but in the beginning had been close to Melkor before his fall.The only Vala who had kept up contact to the couple was Tulkas who used to excercise Martial Arts with Makar on and off.The two Spirits of war also were the keepers of the Weaponry and Armour of the Valar and chosen by Manwe as the guardians of the northern mountain paths of the Pelori.
- Horse of Meássë
Initially Measse and Makar were going to be warrior Valar who sparred with Tulkas and hated how he was never serious during a fight. Makar seemed more bitter to Tulkas than Measse but eventually Tolkien dropped this idea, but their names could be incorporated into the game just like any other Lost Tale name. A prime example of this would be Lungorthin, Tevildo, etc. Also other former Valar such as Salmar, Eonwë, Nornore, Ilmare, Uinen or Ossë have been re-imagined as lesser Maiar by Tolkien himself. The last Trace of Makar and Measse in the published Silmarillion was the mentioning of an unnamed Guard Manwë sent to ward the northern Pelori, a position originally held by the Warrior-gods.