Is it the mountain Taniquetil in Valinor?
Would that be the elven ring, Vilya?
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Is the answer Grond?
The Moria map is cool. I've never seen someone try to map the place before.
Noooo! not the Mr. Spock song.
I first read The Hobbit when I was 12 or 13, but I didn't get hooked then. I had to read it for English class when I was 14 and fell in love with it....
This poem is not in LOTR. It is in the margin notes for Chapter 4 "Over Hill and Under Hill" in the Annotated Hobbit.
Very interesting. Lots of food for thought.
You have to invite hobbits for the smoking, drinking, and eating competitions.
Are the wood pieces the rafters that go on the ceiling? Either that, or it's a support for a really big keg of beer.
Hmm. Now I have to decide which Tolkien book to read.
Sauron had a physical body. Gollum says, ""Yes, He has only four fingers on the Black Hand, but they are enough," said Gollum shuddering.
I love the rich colors in this.
Definitely LOTR. There is so much more depth to it.
I always assumed that at least one dwarf has killed a dragon, but I don't know if I could find anything in the texts to back that up. Do you know of...
Thanks. I needed to hear some upbeat music after a late night of work.
I remember playing on the porch while it was raining. I must have been 3 or 4 years old.
Very interesting post, Elfarmari. I never considered the mechanics of how the lands were formed before.
One thing I noted, though:
LeGuin is my second favorite author, after Tolkien of course.
I enjoy her writing for different reasons than I do Tolkien. I agree with Barclay on...
What I imagine is similar to Isadora Duncan's, but a bit faster.
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