King Aragorn of Gondor

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5 hours ago, Channelknight Fadran said:

Rigth? Its' amanzgi!

:wacko::wacko:

That's the closest to a vomiting emoticon that we have.

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On 7/30/2020 at 8:02 PM, DramaQueen said:

:wacko::wacko:

That's the closest to a vomiting emoticon that we have.

Now DrmaaQueen, feel Frsutartoin.

Spoiler

Wow it works really well.

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Sorry my Champion, but it must be done.

 

 

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3 hours ago, Bearer of all agonies said:

I love the lord of the rings!

Alright men

List all the similarities between Taln, and Turin.

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They are both the greatest fighters in history! And their pasts were tortured maybe?

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One of a kind swords, that come from somewhere off world. (sort of)

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I recently watched all the parts of the Lord of the Rings movie and read the books. I feel really bad that I didn't do it sooner. It's a great universe, and I only realized that now. I used to treat the Lord of the Rings as something stupid and pointless, but now I take back all my words and thoughts. I enjoyed it so much that I want to reread the books repeatedly. I also started to like dragons and everything to do with them. I even bought some figurines at https://dragon-vibe.com/. All in all, The Lord of the Rings pleasantly surprised me.

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Fell in love with the books as a kid.  Mixed feelings about the films.  Am I in? 

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*wistful look* And that worldbuilding. Sooo good! 
 

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I am joining this. I have read/watched practically everything. Tolkien in the best*. No one can convince me otherwise. 

 

*not including Brandon Sanderson

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Wy me no get replyz?  :huh:

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On 8/13/2022 at 8:14 AM, SymphonianBookworm said:

I am joining this. I have read/watched practically everything. Tolkien in the best*. No one can convince me otherwise. 

 

*not including Brandon Sanderson

SAME.

(Actually I like Tolkien even better than Sanderson, but Sanderson is my favorite living author.)

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7 hours ago, fuzzyairplant said:

SAME.

(Actually I like Tolkien even better than Sanderson, but Sanderson is my favorite living author.)

I once had a teacher who didn’t like Tolkien. 

I made meme after meme (In a somewhat threatening manner, if I’m being honest) stating that he should like LOTR.

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On 20.7.2022 at 8:51 PM, Coolmint said:

Fell in love with the books as a kid.  Mixed feelings about the films.  Am I in? 

I'd have endorsed you, but I wasn't approved yet myself as a LotR fan here. I watched the movies a long time ago, and plan to maybe rewatch them someday, but not liking the films is fine, I should think.

Everybody should read LotR. But sadly, pushing them to do so tends to make them less willing.

I like Tom Bombadil, but he broke my cousin. He never finished LotR due to him - well, partially. My sister survived him, but couldn't bring herself to get to Rivendel. For some, LotR is too long and tedious. Doesn't make it any less good, though.

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Not liking the films is a little different from mixed feelings.  Some things were very well done.  The actors were fantastic.  Some of the re-writes, eh.  

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I still find it incredible Aragorn (because I will never call the actors by their real names) actually learned how to use a sword...

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1 hour ago, SymphonianBookworm said:

I still find it incredible Aragorn (because I will never call the actors by their real names) actually learned how to use a sword...

I read somewhere that his instructor said he was one of the most talented swordsmen he'd ever trained!

He also had a lot of practical input into his Ranger costume (like making sure he had a small bow so he could hunt while traveling in the wild), and he did a lot of the repairs himself so it would look more authentic.

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There was a time when actors, even college theater students, were trained in swordplay.  I guess that is no longer the usual.

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