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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#230 - kikx
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Loving it.   
Keep it up!
Loving it.
Keep it up!
#139 - mymiddleleg
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These are great, keep them up
These are great, keep them up
User avatar #193 to #139 - galgawine [OP]
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Why would they ride to Rohan, they're already there lol?
User avatar #200 to #193 - mymiddleleg
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Yeah i realized after i put the picture up but thought **** it ill leave it lol
User avatar #201 to #200 - galgawine [OP]
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Still it's funny to imagine the awkward silence that would follow if Eomer shouted this right outside of Edoras haha.
#121 - mattdoggy
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You are Awesome OP and i am forever in your debt because of these posts   
i can't wait for the next one
You are Awesome OP and i am forever in your debt because of these posts
i can't wait for the next one
User avatar #122 to #121 - galgawine [OP]
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#133 to #122 - shatt
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noice
User avatar #119 - galgawine [OP]
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Here's Part 5, freshly made and uploaded
www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/4675290/LotR+Facts+Part+5
#129 to #119 - sirethelion
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wow dude! EPIC STUFF RIGTH HERE!
#50 - tomohisa
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One question.. do these facts come from the other books that Tolkien has written, or what? Because I have only read the LoTR series and it was a long time ago, so I can't remember much.
User avatar #52 to #50 - monkeyskull
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A fair amount of this is from books like the Silmarillion and the various other ones which deal with goings on in Middle Earth.
#19 - mygfspillow
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Could you do all 5 wizards (taking stuff from The Hobbit too)?
User avatar #23 to #19 - galgawine [OP]
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Theres really not enough on radagast or the two blue wizards (literally no info on them really) but saruman is very possible yeah
#283 - xxitzchubbsxx
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So how comes when Gandalf defeated the Balrog and died or whatever he did. Why did he come back as Gandalf the White? If he's powerful as balls who could take Sarumans place if he wanted, why would turning into Gandalf the white make him stronger etc.
User avatar #284 to #283 - galgawine [OP]
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All the five wizards had colors of their robes you know? Gandalf the grey saruman the white, etc... The colors were a ranking system with white being the most powerful. When Saruman went over to the dark side, he casts away his white robes and starts using a "robe of many colors" some magic/gay pride thing that had a bunch of colors to it as a way of saying that he is the best guy ever. When Gandalf died the Valar sent him back to finish his mission and gave him more power/white robes to help him and take Sarumans place as the leader of the Wizards
#285 to #284 - xxitzchubbsxx
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lol yes i know they had their own colours (well blue and a different shade of blue)
Is that in the film? Because it looks like Sarumon still wears the white robes or is it a metaphorical thing?
What i meant was gandalf is suppose to be so powerful (I read he could destroy the whole of Middle Earth if he wanted to or some ****) hence the first person chose to be leader of the council thing. (which went to Sarumon) Hence Gandalf even as Grey should be more powerful than Sarumon? That right?
But is it because he destroyed the Balrog that the valor sent him back? Since when Sarumon dies he doesn't get sent back and i would think his mission was also to help middle Earth?
#206 - aproudpatriot
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To the person making these
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#151 - spankcakes
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Gotta say, I'm not a fan of LotR, but these are facts are ******* interesting and damn fine read. Makes me want to watch the trilogy again.

Well ******* done, OP!
#217 to #151 - wobblewub
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You're not a fan... but you want to watch it again?   
   
Wtf are you?
You're not a fan... but you want to watch it again?

Wtf are you?
#146 - gladiuss
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POTENTIAL SPOILER! (almost said, 'soiler' lolol )

How about info on Morgoth and dragons and creation of said Dragons by Morgoth or is that a spoiler?
User avatar #100 - vanoreo
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Tom Bombadil Tom Bombadil Tom Bombadil Tom Bombadil Tom Bombadil Tom Bombadil Tom Bombadil Tom Bombadil Tom Bombadil Tom Bombadil Tom Bombadil
User avatar #98 - sjakk
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you would know all this **** if you actually have read the book, but no way in hell u are remebering that for all eternity so its a nice reminder cus silmarillion is hard as dicks to read
User avatar #99 to #98 - sjakk
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book(s)
User avatar #82 - ljxjlos
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Actually, Gandalf, as Olorin served IN Lorien, but spent most his time in the houses of Nienna, where he learned compassion and patience.
He also is known to be the wisest of all the maiar, (directly stated by Tolkien), wiser than even Melian, Ilmare, Osse or even Eonwe, whos know for fighting and finally killing Morgoth side to side with Tulkas and Turín Turambar in the Dagor Dagorath (Final Battle in Tolkiens Universe, could maybe compared to the Ragnarok of the norse myths)
#161 to #82 - anon id: eb7f4007
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He was a disciple of Manwe as well. You know, the king of the Valar
User avatar #163 to #161 - ljxjlos
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I know, ****, completely forgot:/ thanks for helping out, anon
#63 - chubbies
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Tom Bombadil?
#42 - omnipotentsoap
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MFW Ive never seen LotR
MFW Ive never seen LotR
User avatar #59 to #42 - herebemonstars
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It Is Definitely a Great thing to watch, Time consuming But It is Worth every second
Start with this One
vodly.to/watch-353-The-Lord-of-the-Rings-The-Fellowship-of-the-Ring which Is the first Movie Of the trilogy
vodly.to/watch-358-The-Lord-of-the-Rings-The-Two-Towers This is the second of the three
vodly.to/watch-359-The-Lord-of-the-Rings-The-Return-of-the-King And this is the last Of them But the best in my opinion
#280 to #59 - omnipotentsoap
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thank you the first one was great going to work on the second asap
thank you the first one was great going to work on the second asap
User avatar #40 - demontotoro
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Good content but there's some corrections:

Gandalf and all Ainur (Maiar and Valar) are older than the very world as they were made before it.

Gandalf or Ólorin was a pupil of the Valar Nienna, who taught him mercy. He was also a servant of Manwe and Varda, who commanded that he leave for Middle Earth in the Third Age.

Two of the Rings were given to Gil-Galad but he gave Narya to Cirdan and Vilya Elrond. Galadriel's ring was Water/Preservation. Elrond's is the ring of Air and is the most powerful.

Having never exploited his power, Gandalf was allowed to return to the Undying Lands with the Elves and Ring-Bearers. Saruman's spirit is doomed to stay in middle earth and Radagast strayed from the original mission of the wizards and had disappeared by the War of the Ring.

Before he revealed himself as a Maiar, only Círdan was wise enough to see who he was, as Círdan is the older than men, ents and dwarves. After he revealed himself the elves and some men knew of his true identity.
User avatar #89 to #40 - ljxjlos
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I should have read the comments before I pointed out some of this stuff myself.
User avatar #34 - soggywallet
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You should post one about the war between Morgoth/Melkor and the Valar.
User avatar #27 - happygoeslucky
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i am interested in hearing about the balrogs, i heard there was an army of sorts?
#47 to #27 - privateno
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The balrogs were originally valars, but they were corrupted by Morgoth, the real badass evil (Sauron was just his second in comand)
User avatar #90 to #47 - ljxjlos
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*Maiar. Or of you meant Ainur, that´s Valar and Maiar.
User avatar #123 to #90 - happygoeslucky
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and also another spider? shelobbs mother i think?
User avatar #126 to #123 - ljxjlos
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Yeh, Ungoliath, but she wasn´t of the Ainur. She´s stated not to have been created by the Ainur and Illuvatar in the Ainulidale, she´s kinda like a lovecraftian horror, she did exist outside the cluster. And she isn´t Shelbobs mother, but her ancestor.
User avatar #132 to #126 - happygoeslucky
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i recall her name mentioned by radagast in the film the hobbit, if i heard correctly
User avatar #136 to #132 - ljxjlos
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I can´t remember the scene you´re refering to, but the spiders in the Hobbit are allso descendants of Ungoliath, so it might be. I should rewatch the movie, but the more I watch it, the more I want part 2.
User avatar #138 to #136 - happygoeslucky
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it is where he meets gandalf, part two looks good
User avatar #145 to #138 - ljxjlos
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Jup. Only Smaug looks a but to cute for my tastes. I want him to be portrayed like the beast he is. Well, I still hope that what we saw of him is only how Bilbo, engulfed in dragonmagic saw him.
User avatar #149 to #145 - happygoeslucky
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i thought he didn't look very good, he can appear differently?
User avatar #152 to #149 - ljxjlos
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Have you read the book?

Well, either way, Dragons are magical creatures and Dragon-Magic is one of Illusions. In the Book, Smaug tries to catch Bilbo by luring him in, calmy talking to him to make sure he doesn´t fell, while he tries to find him (he doesn´t know Bilbo is invisible at this point of time. IMO, Peter Jackson would do good, to bring this scene on screen by giving Bilbo a wrong, tamer image of the Dragon. And then, suddenly, when Bilbo finally notices, what the dragons trying to do, the tame, cute picture of smaug shatters (the one we see in the trailer) and a giant Beast, feracious and bloodthirsty, evil and clever, the Smaug like he really is, horned and clad in diamonds and gold stands in front of him, a picture of smaug that we don´t get to see in any trailers. I´d love if it happened like this, this would be PERFECT.
User avatar #154 to #152 - happygoeslucky
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i have read the hobbit yeah, but i just thought he was just convincing, i didnt know it could change his physical appearance too
User avatar #155 to #154 - ljxjlos
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No, he can´t. But he might be able to make others see him different, if he concentrates on them. Not sure, tho if it was possible, but it would be a nice twist in the movie.
User avatar #158 to #155 - happygoeslucky
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that would be good yes, the smaug shown in the trailer looked a little..well stupid. to me at least
User avatar #160 to #158 - ljxjlos
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Yep, I had the same problem.
User avatar #164 to #160 - happygoeslucky
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maybe if his head wasn't as long and his mouth changed shape a little.

and i just saw that its you who makes those leviathan comps, i love those things
User avatar #165 to #164 - ljxjlos
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Thanks, I just did 4 of them, tho, most are from another user, I just used some pictures that hadn´t been used up to now

He just looks a bit to fairy-tale like to me. I see that the Hobbit-movies are more fairytale-like then the LotR, but I´d still prefer at least the main antagonist to be a bit, well...scarier
User avatar #166 to #165 - happygoeslucky
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they are great, yeah i agree, even the fell beasts look better
User avatar #169 to #166 - ljxjlos
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The Fell beasts were geniously designed, IMO, I loved how they looked in the movies, even better than how I imagined them from reading.
User avatar #170 to #169 - happygoeslucky
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their armour also looked really good on them
User avatar #167 to #166 - happygoeslucky
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scarier*
User avatar #124 to #47 - happygoeslucky
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thankyou
User avatar #55 to #27 - creepingquincy
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the balrogs are corrupted maia, much like sauron except sauron was quite a powerful maia and lieutenant to Melkor
User avatar #125 to #55 - happygoeslucky
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thankyou
#13 - eating
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tnx. i really enjoy these
tnx. i really enjoy these