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...Because nobody's on my side.. Source is tumblimguredditjunk.. tilling. .% iii‘ -flit mam: My sen wanted he mew when wouldl happen n an EM get the One Ring. v

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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#5 - igelior
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>mfw hour of the bark
#92 to #5 - anon id: c9660f03
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tis be the barkest hour Yes, its a ********** pun, I'm sorry i can't think of anything else
User avatar #22 to #5 - fuzzysixx
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That is a nice loge
#47 to #22 - uberbunk
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so is it pronouned "Doggy" and misspelled on purpose? thats what I've always thought, but I hear it said like "dojuh" or "doje"
User avatar #48 to #47 - fuzzysixx
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I say d-oh-g, but as one syllable.
User avatar #49 to #48 - unfortunately
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I've always pronounced it like "Doje," Like "Dog" but with the "G" pronounced like the "G" in "George".
User avatar #57 to #49 - vortexrain
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So like dodge?
User avatar #59 to #57 - unfortunately
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Dohj
User avatar #60 to #59 - vortexrain
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I gotcha.
User avatar #64 to #47 - AngryRedMidget
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I've always pronounced it as an stereotypical samurai would pronounce "Noble Doggy"

I believe that IS correct, as the Shiba Inu is from japan.
#11 - zombiedictator
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#69 to #11 - kamdonius
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One does not simply "fly" into Mordor.
User avatar #37 to #11 - grandlordchicken
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What would it be like if The Lord of the Rings was remade in a modern day setting? I imagine Sauron having a ICBM and the one ring being a nuclear warhead. I guess the hobbits would be hobos? Would the nazgul be bikers?
#43 to #37 - tlstheseen
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Actually, look at it like this: In the 1940s, the Nazis were developing a secret weapon called "die glocke" to help them take over the world. It has been said to have the ability (if put to use) to create extremely powerful sources of energy, rifts in time and/or space, and to be used as an engine, superweapon, antigravity device and even bioweapon. Anyone who had control over it could pretty much control the whole darn tootin' planet, and any who decided to **** with us. It was lost after world war II, and went into the hands of the U.S. government (allegedly) who have since grown old and slightly crazy. It may still exists.. legends whisper of it's raw power... and whomever should uncover it would have the power to raise or raze worlds. Who seek it? The warrior men of America? The noble gentry of the United Kingdom? The strong hordes of Russians? The mystics of India? The South Americans? Or the mad dictators of Korean and the Middle East, with their intermediary China, who await the one thing that can raise them to a level of power held by superpowers of the Great War? They need a weapon.... One Bell to Rule them all... One Bell to find them.... One Bell to burn them all.... and of the survivors, bind them.
#52 to #43 - grandlordchicken
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User avatar #2 - monswine
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Well.. hmm. Trolls are the evil versions of Ents, they aren't really made of trees they just grow to look like them. The tree shepherds they are. I guess if you take what other races have done with the rings of power: Dwarves digging and building, men conquering, and elves preserving. I assume an Ent would do what comes naturally to the Ents: expanding the forest, waking the trees and putting them to sleep when it's time, and of course finding the ent-wives. That's probably it, really. The one Ent to rule them All would finally remember where the Ent-wives went.
User avatar #31 to #2 - srskate
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The elves wouldn't preserve if they had the one ring. The only reason they were able to preserve using the rings they had is because those rings weren't corrupted by Sauron.
User avatar #120 to #31 - monswine
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Well, they were corrupted by Sauron when he finally built the one ring to rule them all. Hence the Nazgul.
User avatar #124 to #120 - srskate
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Not quite, the nazgul were men. Men and dwarves had rings that would corrupt. The nine men became nazgul, but the seven given to dwarves had little effect due to the natural sturdiness of your average dwarf. The only ill effect awarded to the dwarves was an increase in greed and gold-lust.

However, I misspoke earlier. The three rings given to the elves were slightly flawed, in that the owner of the One Ring could see into the minds of whomever wore the three. These rings, however, didn't corrupt the elves.
User avatar #125 to #124 - monswine
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I'm aware the 9 riders were men, that the dwarves all faded away presumably, and that the remaining elf-rings began to fade rather than corrupt anything.
User avatar #126 to #125 - srskate
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In that case, I'm highly confused by the intent of comment #120
User avatar #127 to #126 - monswine
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yeah, Peter Jackson has me all confused. The number of times I've seen his trilogy outweighs my reading of the book and it's taking me time to process. The one ring for the elves is temptation one they are not usually interested in but that seems to be their greatest weakness. Legolas falls prey to it when he gets sucked into Fangorn and again when he pines for the grey haven after spending time by the ocean. Galadriel tempts herself to prove she can resist it and Elrond who magically became an elf for Tolkien's sequel seems to not give a **** OR not trust himself like Gandalf. I guess the most appropriate answer to the question of what an Ent would do with the one ring is would he care? Probably not, Ents have enough going on to concern themselves with magic and conquering and whatnot.
User avatar #128 to #127 - srskate
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I agree.
#39 to #2 - gloriaofsuburbia
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If an Ent had Sauron's one master ring, the ring to rule them all, then I believe that it would become the most cynical living creatures. I recall Treebeard saying 'I am on no one's side because no one is on my side', therefore, imagine an Ent, feeling betrayed and abandoned, victimised by Saruman's treachery, having in their possession the one ring. Oh it wouldn't just be devastating, it would be terrifying, it would be scary (assuming of course, that the Ent possessing the ring convinced other Ents his purpose.) Also, let's not forget that the ring can make the one wearing it invinsible, so imagine nature's anger and fury personified, and now imagine it invinsible. First it would be Saruman perhaps, but let's not forget that the ring has a will of its own. Maybe afterwards they'd go after the dwarfs, with their axes that Ents hate. Then it could be the race of men, then the elves, then maybe even the remaining istari. There is no saving yourself from the one ring. Be afraid.
User avatar #123 to #39 - monswine
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Yeah, the Ents as seen through Treebeard and Quickbeam are a lonely, tired, cynical race. They are isolationist but that's only the men locked away in their dying forests. The women probably helped till the fields and looked nothing like giant walking trees.
User avatar #34 to #2 - Shatwan
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Not quite...

If the Ents had been given their own rings originally thats what they would do, but if an Ent was given the ONE ring, it would corrupt it.
User avatar #122 to #34 - monswine
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It probably would, but the Ents are crazy old and slow so whatever the ring did do to it would take even longer to corrupt than it would an Elf. Ents aren't wizards so I don't know how much power the ring would give it.
User avatar #6 - HAMMATIMEZ
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Isn't the ring practically useless except for being corrupted and a free ticket to women's locker rooms to anyone that's not Sauron?
#8 to #6 - anon id: 887ea8de
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the ring corrupts power
power in any form
the more power something has the faster it corrupts
User avatar #13 to #8 - ganondork
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That's also why Frodo is granted invisibility. Hobbits are very good at sneaking, and this ability is empowered by the Ring. I think
#14 to #13 - somekindofname
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Invisibility was a minor power of the Ring, Isildur also gained that ability. Even though sight is a major power of humanoid creatures, the Ring strengthened your other senses and weakened sight for some reason (hard to see a goal or who you once was I suppose symbolically) . Major powers were capable of overcoming the Rings power and wield it for a time, but it had a will of its own that worked constantly (picture a supercomputer being hacked/worked on for eternity by another supercomputer).
#19 to #8 - shitposting
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Soo thats why the US government is so corrupt obama has the ring
#28 to #6 - abcdxyz
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Depends on the wearer. It basically held all the power and all the evil that Sauron invested into it while he owned it. Anyone could access the power in a portion that (I've assumed) is equal to their natural power, granted in whatever form they required. It made Frodo invisible because that's what would be the most beneficial for him. Aragorn could defeat Sauron in his form at the time, with any range of powers. Sauron, Saruman, or Gandalf would be unstoppable. It would also corrupt them faster (don't think that matters though for Saruman or Sauron though)
User avatar #10 to #6 - angelious
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LOTR: The Fellowship of the Ring - Galadriel - All shall love me and despair

User avatar #15 to #10 - PlagueDoctor
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this scene creeped me the **** out when i first saw the movie
actually still does
User avatar #7 to #6 - majordeadpool
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Actually, it depends on whoever is wearing it. If I remember correctly, that is why Gandalf refused to take it. A powerful being would be empowered, while a weaker creature wouldn't get as much of a boon.

I THINK this is how it went.
User avatar #129 to #7 - HAMMATIMEZ
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So if Gandalf, being one of the Istari, was corrupted by the ring could he pretty much tear Middle Earth asunder, even with his lessened powers in the realm?

User avatar #65 to #7 - AnAverageGuy
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It's essentially that but the ring corrupts everything. So if Gandalf took the ring he would attempt to use for good but the ring would twist what he thinks is good thus causing great harm to middle earth.
#21 to #7 - anon id: c266c25c
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Basically yes, it's implied that if Aragorn took the ring he would be able to use it to rally mankind against sauron and win, but become a dark lord himself in the process.
#46 - comstockload
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Do Ents get morning wood?
Do Ents get morning wood?
User avatar #53 to #46 - makotoitou
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Mourning wood
#50 to #46 - seaofcoltrane
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Maybe they are morning wood.
#86 to #50 - tedge
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I'm sure they Mourn the wood destroyed by Sarumon. A wizard should know better!
User avatar #17 - daelril
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My LOTR knowledge is a little rusty, but isn't Sauron the only one able to use the one ring?
#35 to #17 - anon id: b25642f8
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The One Ring gives powers and abilities according to the bearer's stature. Hobbits and the like are naturally stealthy and quiet, this invisibility along with seeing into the Wraith world. A Elf wearing it would probably gain great strength of arms and the will to attack and defeat almost anything. (Elves always slightly see into the wraith world.) In the hands of a Maiar like Gandalf or Saruman they would then possess something near to Sauron's level of power over the world and living things.
User avatar #18 to #17 - godtherapist
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Anyone can use the rings of power. The one ring can be used for longevity, invisibility, power to influence, etc. The only thing that Sauron can do with it that others can not is command the other rings of power.
User avatar #20 to #18 - kommandantvideo
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Wait the ring can do anything?
I thought it was just invisbility
User avatar #23 to #20 - godtherapist
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No, the ring is why Gollum turned into whatever he was, why he lived 500 years, why Bilbo and Frodo also lived fro so long, it was why they all had good luck in their years. The ring also corrupts you through the power you have, the more power the faster and more terrible the corruption.

It can not do everything but it can do a lot.
User avatar #24 to #23 - kommandantvideo
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I should probably watch the movies
User avatar #25 to #24 - godtherapist
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They do a terrible job at explaining things in the Movies; read the books.
User avatar #26 to #25 - kommandantvideo
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Oh christ, there's books?
User avatar #29 to #26 - alstorp
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... I have no words for what you just said...
User avatar #27 to #26 - pwnagraphy
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.....who the **** do you think Tolkien is?
User avatar #30 to #27 - kommandantvideo
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Only on funnyjunk do you get hated for not knowing something about a fandom
User avatar #32 to #30 - srskate
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********, everyone hates everyone everywhere.
#41 to #30 - gloriaofsuburbia
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I advise to not let that discourage you. I am an active Tolkien fan, and I highly recommend that you read the books if you have the patience for it. First time reading Tolkien, you'll discover that he's a demanding writer. He gives emphasis on description, but that is what makes Middle Earth so real. The Hobbit would be an excellent introduction, especially because it might start off as a children's book, but it grows to be something greater than that. I once got so hooked on the books I read return of the king in a day, fun times xD But yeah, anyway, if you're into high fantasy (btw Tolkien is considered the father of high fantasy), you should read the books. The movies weren't bad, actually, I've seen books getting way worse movie adaptations. The casting was brilliant at some points, but you should never expect movies to live up to the book standards anyway.
User avatar #55 to #41 - vortexrain
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What's the difference between fantasy and high fantasy?
#61 to #55 - gmarrox
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The difference is about 20 bucks bro.
The difference is about 20 bucks bro.
User avatar #62 to #61 - vortexrain
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Ha?
User avatar #42 to #30 - xxhadesflamesxx
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there is a difference between not knowing something about a fandom and not knowing about tolkien and that the LOTR movies are based off of books
User avatar #33 to #30 - tigerrish
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Or about the award winning book series that's been out for almost 60 years.
User avatar #36 - djjeroenski
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someone should turn this into a metal song
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#40 to #36 - destinymuffin
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3 inches of blood - forest king
#45 to #40 - youxbarstard
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Dude.....
Dude.....
#63 to #40 - rottingcarcass [OP]
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User avatar #82 - cosmicapprentice
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I wanna make a reaaaaaaally slow and dense doom metal band called Treebeard.
User avatar #84 to #82 - nsali
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i would totally listen to something like that
User avatar #87 to #84 - cosmicapprentice
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Mournful Congregation - The Catechism of Depression Something like Mournful Congregation, just with way MORE layers of heavy/dense riffs, complete darkness.
User avatar #107 to #87 - kanduhuskedetder
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How about this? Saw them earlier this year on a festival. In a small room at 3 am. I was about to sober up and really tired, so I was half asleep during the concert. When it was over, I felt like on drugs. Can't even remember how I got back to our camp.
User avatar #110 to #107 - cosmicapprentice
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Damn, must've been a killer show. The same happened to me once, when my friends played with their new band for the first time, I got really stoned and ended up having a bad trip, so I was just sitting on a patch of grass all by myself and (in my mind) surrounded by formless shadows, which I new they were all of the people in the show, I was also temporarily blinded, and in the distance I could hear their songs playing. That night was just wrong.
User avatar #112 to #110 - kanduhuskedetder
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That sure sounds uncomfortable, yet pretty amazing. Not sure if I'd like to experience something like that.
User avatar #114 to #112 - cosmicapprentice
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It sounds amazing know that I think of it, but in that moment it didn't feel amazing, if you smoke weed do so after the show.
User avatar #116 to #114 - kanduhuskedetder
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Oh I won't. Had a pretty bad experience once, a break for about 10 months, tried again and it was just as bad, so I stopped. But I really don't miss it. I've always had somewhat unpleasant trips. Guess I must be allergic or something... unfortunately haha.
User avatar #117 to #116 - cosmicapprentice
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My trips are: or I get really paranoid with uncomfortable physical symptoms or really relaxing like, I even have a deeper sleep and I wake up tireless.
User avatar #108 to #107 - kanduhuskedetder
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Lol, forgot the link... TYRANNY(Fin) - The Leaden Stream
User avatar #111 to #108 - cosmicapprentice
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Lol I thought you meant MC until I saw this haha, this is pretty awesome too.
User avatar #113 to #111 - kanduhuskedetder
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I figured
User avatar #95 to #87 - randomserb
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That's awesome. Only thing that bothers me is the use of the snare and high hat where a smashing bassy percussion would have been more appropriate.
User avatar #88 to #87 - nsali
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just go more darker and bass heavy, and a deep voiced singer like peter steele of type o-
User avatar #102 to #88 - cosmicapprentice
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**** now that I remember, I had to write a ******* review for the new Caspian EP, and they asked me to write it like... two weeks ago, daaaaaaamn, I'm so screwed.
User avatar #103 to #102 - nsali
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opps
User avatar #96 to #88 - randomserb
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Throat sing it. I can reach a low A# with this technique, whereas with my normal singing voice I struggle with a soft-sounding D.
vocaroo.com/i/s0HZu5OisMdf
User avatar #118 to #82 - rubydude
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOXVAf64YKY made me think of old Black Sabbath
User avatar #119 to #118 - cosmicapprentice
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Lycus - Coma Burn (Tempest) 2013 Hmmm well I mean more like Lycus here lol, more sludgy, and adding lots of walls of sound. So you feel like it drowns you, also, something like Sunn O))) or Corrupted
#38 - disies
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It would be awesome for a movie too
It would be awesome for a movie too
User avatar #9 - unusualember
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Awesome artwork and poem.