LotR Facts Part 3. Here she is, part 3, how did Legolas Gimli and Aragorn deal with their PTS? Another Bonus Fact: You will find LOTS OF GAY PORN looking for pi
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LotR Facts Part 3

Here she is, part 3, how did Legolas Gimli and Aragorn deal with their PTS?
Another Bonus Fact: You will find LOTS OF GAY PORN looking for pictures of these guys, like seriously holy crap.
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Here she is, part 3, how did Legolas Gimli and Aragorn deal with their PTS?
Another Bonus Fact: You will find LOTS OF GAY PORN looking for pictures of these guys, like seriously holy crap.

Part 1: www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/4669343/Lord+of+the+Rings+Facts/
Part 2: www.funnyjunk.com/funny_pictures/4670579/LotR+Facts+Part+2/

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#219 - ICEDgrunge (07/09/2013) [-]
Legolas and Gimli have one of the most beautiful friendships out of any piece of fiction ever written.
User avatar #200 - wisdombranch (07/08/2013) [-]
Arwen and Aragorn are 1st cousins, about 40 or so times removed.

that is to say, Aragorn was a direct descendant of Arwen's father's brother.
User avatar #198 - thedippestofshits (07/08/2013) [-]
so, he decided to die like the kings of old, as to prevent old age of the new king, 120 years after their son was born? or did they wait a few decades before starting the honkadonk?
User avatar #203 to #198 - galgawine (07/08/2013) [-]
They probably waited a good while and Eldarion would also live to be.... very ******* old I would say since he now has Numenorean AND Elven blood. He might end up being the longest living human in Middle-Earth if he isn't killed.
#195 - HomerCexual (07/08/2013) [-]
FYI the first picture is of Andriel, Farin and Eradan from the 'War in the North' game, it's pretty sick, but quite short

Pic sorta related, mfw any LOTR content.
#192 - anonymous (07/08/2013) [-]
aragorn became 417....
#181 - anonymous (07/08/2013) [-]
MURRICA are full of **** . Thumb up my post for the front page!!!
#179 - iTzKitteh (07/08/2013) [-]
I find it ironic that I get disappointed in my friends who haven't seen movies like Pulp Fiction or Do the Right Thing, yet I momentarily don't understand their looks of shock and surprise when I say I haven't seen any of the Lord of the Rings movies.
I find it ironic that I get disappointed in my friends who haven't seen movies like Pulp Fiction or Do the Right Thing, yet I momentarily don't understand their looks of shock and surprise when I say I haven't seen any of the Lord of the Rings movies.
#174 - coonseth (07/08/2013) [-]
The bonus fact in the description is the best part...
User avatar #217 to #174 - militarybus (07/09/2013) [-]
......*12/10
#173 - ballisticmistype (07/08/2013) [-]
Am I the only one who, not having read the books, is very curious as to what even goes on in Minas Morgul? It gets maybe five minutes of screen time in the entire set of movies and, to be honest, that place looks pretty 						*******					 cool.   
   
Pic to get your attention
Am I the only one who, not having read the books, is very curious as to what even goes on in Minas Morgul? It gets maybe five minutes of screen time in the entire set of movies and, to be honest, that place looks pretty ******* cool.

Pic to get your attention
User avatar #202 to #173 - galgawine (07/08/2013) [-]
Hi Hi, OP here with a little history if you care. Minas Tirith used to be Minas Anor which means tower of the sun. Minas Morgul used to be Minas Ithil which means Tower of the Moon. the City in between them was Osgiliath which means Citadel of the Host of the Stars. So you've got the Moon, Stars and Sun cities you see. Minas Morgul was originally Gondorian and the capital of the fief of Ithilien (as in the Ithilien Rangers Faramir is Captain of) and it belonged to Isildur. After a two year siege the ringwraiths took the city and it was renamed Minas Morgul, the Tower of Sorcery. It is a base of operations for the ringwraiths and most raids/invasions into Gondor.
#205 to #202 - ballisticmistype (07/08/2013) [-]
Thank you sir. And keep up the good work.
User avatar #186 to #173 - ljxjlos ONLINE (07/08/2013) [-]
There´s only very few info about it in the books, too, sadly.

You should definitely read them, tho.
#175 to #173 - coonseth (07/08/2013) [-]
I've always wondered that myself..
I've always wondered that myself..
#171 - christmouth (07/08/2013) [-]
I love these, and I'm not even a big LOTR fan.
I love these, and I'm not even a big LOTR fan.
User avatar #158 - KayRed ONLINE (07/08/2013) [-]
Gotta say though, the movie did something great in leaving Eomer out of helms deep. When he shows up at the end of the battle with Gandalf, that is one of the most epic moments in movie history.
User avatar #187 to #158 - ljxjlos ONLINE (07/08/2013) [-]
The same moment would have happened if he went after the books, too, only with Erkenbrand the Red, a character that wasn´t in the movies.
User avatar #160 to #158 - KayRed ONLINE (07/08/2013) [-]
Granted, I am just finishing up reading Fellowship, so maybe that role is taken up by some one else.
User avatar #161 to #160 - galgawine (07/08/2013) [-]
Yeah that part still happens, its just not Eomer. I believe it was...Elfhelm? Some other Marshall of Rohan maybe but I don't remember at the moment
User avatar #188 to #161 - ljxjlos ONLINE (07/08/2013) [-]
Actually, it´s Erkenbrand the Red, the actual heir to Helms Deep. One of the mightiest warrior of the Rohirim who´s said to inherit the reborn strenght of Helm Hammerhand, the namesake of Helms Deep.
User avatar #193 to #188 - galgawine (07/08/2013) [-]
Erkenbrand that bamf haha, thanks man
User avatar #162 to #161 - KayRed ONLINE (07/08/2013) [-]
When I eventually get to that part, I'll let you know. Glad it's still in. Isn't there a battle outside of helms deep too? I mean a big one, not that little thing with the wargs.
User avatar #163 to #162 - galgawine (07/08/2013) [-]
Yeah there's a big battle at the Fords of Risen but we don't get a point of view for that, we only see the aftermath as aragorn rides up to it. The part when the rohirrim kill the uruks that captured merry and pippin is more drawn out and detailed however and its a cool scene to read
User avatar #164 to #163 - galgawine (07/08/2013) [-]
That should say Fords of Isen, damn auto correct
User avatar #166 to #164 - KayRed ONLINE (07/08/2013) [-]
One thing I gotta say about Fellowship, there is a lot of cool stuff that is in it that is not in the books, but goddamn am I happy they took out Tom Bombadil (and made Frodo younger, but that's not as big of deal).
User avatar #190 to #166 - galgawine (07/08/2013) [-]
Theres a lot of little things that Tolkien does that just add to the excitement and inspiration of the story. The battle of Pelennor fields is a fantastic example where I just never wanted it to end and he kept the awesome rolling
User avatar #196 to #190 - KayRed ONLINE (07/08/2013) [-]
That being said, as of right now, I think the movies are equally as good as the book.
#153 - zheclown (07/08/2013) [-]
always wondered this   
   
Does every get too the undying lands or is it a place for a few "vip" and those who die naturally never get too meet friends/relatives who went there in the afterlife?
always wondered this

Does every get too the undying lands or is it a place for a few "vip" and those who die naturally never get too meet friends/relatives who went there in the afterlife?
#167 to #153 - tomthehippie (07/08/2013) [-]
The undying lands are for the elves. Basically, middle earth used to be flat, and people could go back and forth from the undying lands (only elves ever did at this time though), how ever after the last king of Numeror (where Aragon's family comes from) was evil and tried to conquer the undying lands and the God of these books made the world round, but elves can still take "the straight path" and go the undying lands.

Certain people are allowed to go with them, but only very rarely. And even then they aren't immortal because they go there, they just might live a little longer.
#184 to #167 - anonymous (07/08/2013) [-]
As far as I know, the first non-elf ever to have been allowed into the undying lands is Tuor, and he's Elrond's grandad...
#218 to #184 - tomthehippie (07/09/2013) [-]
Possibly, I was merely referring to the fact that by the end of LOTR Frodo, Bilbo, and Gimli (its 2 am and I am drunk, so I'm pretty sure I butchered this name), have all gone to the undying lands.
User avatar #152 - rikuru (07/08/2013) [-]
For those of you who don't grab a Tolkien's book before hearing its name out of a movie, read "The Children of Hurin". It has dwarves, dudes, elves, dragons, cursed weapons and incest. ITS ******* AWESOME.
User avatar #189 to #152 - ljxjlos ONLINE (07/08/2013) [-]
Listen to him, he´s right.

Seriously, The Children of Hurín is the perfect book. Nothing even half as good will ever be written again.
#150 - mattdoggy (07/08/2013) [-]
I love these posts   
Hope there are more
I love these posts
Hope there are more
User avatar #147 - likeabosslikeaboss (07/08/2013) [-]
didnt eomer die in the battle at helms deep? i may be wrong...
#154 to #147 - faroeseguy (07/08/2013) [-]
That dude who set fire to himself? he wasn't the king, he was a replacement until the right king (Aragorn) would return.
User avatar #157 to #154 - galgawine (07/08/2013) [-]
First off, no eomer doesn't die and second, denethor is the one who sets fire to himself, eomer is the guy from rohan, eowyns brother
#159 to #157 - faroeseguy (07/08/2013) [-]
I didn't say Eomer was the one who set fire to himself. I just thought likeboss was thinking denethor was the "king" who set fire to himself.
But now I see he wrote "Helms Deep" and not "Minas Tirith". my mistake.
User avatar #169 to #159 - likeabosslikeaboss (07/08/2013) [-]
i was confused because the elven general who comes to honor the human-elven alliance is like bff with legolas and ends up dying at helms deep. aragorn goes and trys to save him.
User avatar #170 to #169 - likeabosslikeaboss (07/08/2013) [-]
which is haldir my mistake.
User avatar #146 - franklyimaperson (07/08/2013) [-]
So, here is a question, how come we never see another dwarf other than Gimli after the forging of the Fellowship? I mean I know we see a **** ton of dead ones in that Dwarf city that had the Balrog... but that was just one city, dwarves sould be all over the god damn place!

WHERE ARE ALL THE DWARVES
User avatar #191 to #146 - ljxjlos ONLINE (07/08/2013) [-]
The Dwarves had their own wars, most of them were living in the several big dwarven cities/fortresses. During the ring-war, there weren´t many wandering dwarves.
User avatar #168 to #146 - projecthelios (07/08/2013) [-]
There was another dwarf. In Fellowship, at Rivindel when Gimli gets off the horse.
User avatar #143 - greyshirt (07/08/2013) [-]
Haha, "king-cest"...
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