"… whereas Tulkas laughs ever, in sport or in war, and even in the face of Melkor he laughed in battles"
Tulkas is my favorite.
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Send me any number(s) and I will answer.
1. Favorite hobbit?
2. Favorite elf?
3. Favorite man/woman?
4. Favorite dwarf?
5. Favorite member of the fellowship?
6. Top 5 favorite locations?
7. Least favorite location?
8. Favorite villian?
9. Least favorite villian?
10. Favorite weapon?
11. Where would you live in middle earth?
12. Favorite friendship?
13. Favorite movie?
14. Favorite scene in elvish
15. Best dresser?
16. Favorite object?
17. Favorite song from the soundtrack?
18. Scene that makes you cry?
19. Scene that makes you laugh?
20. Funniest character?
21. Prettiest character?
22. Most annoying character?
23. Favorite overall scene?
24. Bravest character?
25. Character you’d like as your friend?
Not begging for asks. When I get a chance, I’ll answer them all.
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African Wild Dogs are pretty cool.
"Gandalf’s hat!" by Kordan (http://bit.ly/1uDMfsE)
I know I reblog Kirkjufell all the time. But the title of this one is the best.
middle-earth meme: [1/3 speeches] Sam’s speech
best non-book speech ever.
I don’t think writers realize that “strong female character” means “well-written female character” and not “female character who punches stuff and shoots stuff”.
I mean, it’s totally fine if she does do those things. I’m all about physical strength too, but yeah, well-written, fully-fleshed female characters are what I like to see.
Some wee goat pals up the trail to Gray’s Peak.
I’m not sure why but this post has more notes than any of my other posts. (Possibly even combined.)
Holy crap I just did the math and I was nine when I saw FotR! Time really flies, huh? And hey, no shame in crying. I feel like BoFA will be ten times sadder than RotK. :’(
And now I feel super old. I was 16 when FOTR came out. And 18 when ROTK did. And I cried like a baby.
I’ll be 29. And I will cry. It really is the end this time.
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That trailer, man. Just a teaser. A mere glimpse. But it’s a sign of the ending.
And Pippin’s singing made me want to cry. It’s so perfect and links everything back (in the saddest of ways).
I remember sitting through the credits of Return of the King when I saw it in theaters on opening night. I sat and I cried. Because it was over.
Then, we had another chance. Another trilogy. And it too is coming to an end.
Far more sadly than the last….
Is Tom Bombadil a Maia!?! I have wondered long (many have) exactly who and what is Tom. He has no father, and is reeeeeeaaaally old. He has power and dominion over nature. What do you think?
This is something I found very interesting. And rather frightening. I like Tom though (as you know.)
Yes. Yes he is. Gandalf and Sauron are also Maia. So are all wizards. All came from the Undying Lands by ship at the beginning of the Third Age. So now you know.
It’s actually completely unknown whether or not he’s actually a Maia. One can only speculate. With his obvious powers he certainly doesn’t fit into the categories of Men, Elves, Dwarves or Hobbits (or any other category at all.)
A fun theory I enjoy is that he’s the embodiment of the Music of the Ainur.
Anyhow Tolkien himself said it was a mystery and wished it to remain so.
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