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|#44 - Uh actually nope. 20 and want nothing to do with that. :P||10/22/2012 on Bronies in a nutshell||0|
|#280 - Heard of but not heard thankfully. XD Does not sound like …||10/17/2012 on When someone asks me if i...||0|
|#278 - Gonna have to say I have never heard of them. :P The close…||10/17/2012 on When someone asks me if i...||0|
|#251 - I'm of a similar mind. I simply don't understand it and how th…||10/17/2012 on When someone asks me if i...||0|
|#135 - Coolio. I hope you have fun watching it.||09/12/2012 on my life in a nutshell.||0|
|#123 - I don't think it will ruin the trilogy considering it's a preq… [+] (2 new replies)||09/11/2012 on my life in a nutshell.||0|
|#84 - Okay so seeing that there are a lot of people giving you troub… [+] (4 new replies)||09/11/2012 on my life in a nutshell.||0|
#115 - sketchysketchist (09/11/2012) [-]
Actually, I'm growing interested to watch it, I just kinda want to see if there's anyone who's a fan of the series and isn't a complete douche about it.
And honestly, I was looking for someone to really get into explianing the story without spoiling it.
I've heard of the hobbit prequel, and everyone's getting really excited about it. Though, I feel like I should wait to hear everyone how everyone reacts to the prequel to see if it ruins the trilogy in anyway before getting myself into it.
#123 - madmadworld (09/11/2012) [-]
I don't think it will ruin the trilogy considering it's a prequel to the trilogy. The most it'll do is establish some characters that are in the Lord of the Rings Trilogy.
Characters such as Gandalf the Grey, who is a wizard played by Sir Ian McKellen. He was in the original trilogy but the Hobbit will give him more back story and interaction with a few more characters.
Story wise it's kind of best to watch the Hobbit before Lord of The Rings as the Hobbit came out first in the books but it's not essential as they're both stand alone pieces that take place in the same universe. Like the Star Trek series, they're only really linked by universe.
As for the overall story of the Lord of The Rings I am afraid I can't really explain it without spoiling it too much. In it's shortest it's a story of a young man that inherits a ring that turns out to be the one ring of power for this great evil that once swept over the land and is threatening to take over once again. He embarks on a journey with a collection of followers called the Fellowship of the ring, consisting of representatives from 3 of the most powerful races in the land and some of his bretheren, 2 men, an elf, a wizard, a dwarf and four hobbits. They travel across the land to return the ring from where it was forged inside a volcano in the heart of enemy territory, encountering hardships and their foes at almost every turn, eventually they get separated and go their own way, most of them rejoining or finding each other again. The ring of power slowly corrupts the lead character as he makes his journey until he's barely able to stand near the end.
But that description doesn't nearly do it justice but that's basically an overarching plotline without going into too much detail on each film of the trilogy.
|#41 - It's Matt Smith. Bow tie + Suspender = Matt Smith [+] (2 new replies)||08/31/2012 on Bored||+2|
|#255 - True, definitely not disputing that those moments exist. I…||08/16/2012 on Gunlaw !||0|
|#243 - True for all accounts, but a tighter learning structure, track… [+] (2 new replies)||08/16/2012 on Gunlaw !||0|
#255 - madmadworld (08/16/2012) [-]
True, definitely not disputing that those moments exist.
I'm looking for a more "I might need it so it's better to have it than not" mindset being published rather than an "I want to carry my gun around because it's my right to" mindset as one can appear rather antagonistic in a certain setting and the other is more of understanding the responsibility they hold.
I'm an Englishman in England right now and I honestly would buy a gun only for protective purposes in the worst areas of America. Even then I wouldn't go for the highest calibre I am allowed I'd definitely keep it to the minimum of what is needed, just to be on the safe side. It doesn't take much to stop a person in their tracks, usually it's a collection of well placed sincere words.