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#thranduil #lotr

boromirs:

maybe we started this fire

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#lotr #the hobbit

theheirsofdurin:

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#poor bilbo #lotr #the hobbit

longbill-forest:

Thuranduil

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#lotr

boromirs:

you walk a lonely road

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#lotr
lotr meme → 1/9 characters → aragorn
"I am Aragorn, son of Arathorn, and am called Elessar, the Elfstone, Dúnadan, the heir of Isildur Elendil’s son of Gondor. Here is the Sword that was Broken and is forged again!"

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#lotr #aragorn

He said, standing beside the giant stone profile of his grandfather and looking remarkably like him.

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#/chuckles #the hobbit #lotr
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ianbrooks:

LOTR Illustrated Guitar by Vivian Xiao

Exquisitely detailed enough to be crafted in the forest realm of Lothlórien, this beauteous guitar was not forged by elf nor man, but by 16 year Vivian Xiao with sharpie markers! Depicting Nazgul, Minas Tirith, and even the all-seeing Eye of Sauron, this divinely-engraved instrument could surely inspire even more Led Zeppelin songs. Check put Vivian’s website for details on purchasing and commissions.

Artist: Deviantart / Tumblr / Facebook (via: Obvious Winner)

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#lotr #guitar
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#the hobbit #lotr #elves

bofurs:

The Hobbit + LOTR // same place 60 years later

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#the hobbit #lotr #whoa

lotrlockedwhovian:

paramaline:

airyairyquitecontrary:

jwtroemner:

What I love about this is that it showcases how completely opposite Hobbit and Dwarf culture are.

When a hobbit speaks to you directly— in a matter that could be construed as rude, no less— it’s a big deal. A big freakin’ deal. So he can’t even bring himself to expressing his displeasure at having his house hijacked by a bunch of foreign strangers without adding an apologetic disclaimer. This is the face of a hobbit who has been pushed to frustration, and that’s pretty damn rare.

Then Dwarves. They’re tough as nails and hard around the edges. It takes a hell of a lot to offend them, and even more than that to admit your own guff and apologize— so when somebody does apologize, you take it seriously. Even if you weren’t actually listening to whatever preceded that apology. Even if you don’t think it was worth apologizing for. That shit is serious business, and you take it seriously, yo. 

This is culture clash at its finest, reduced to two words.

In short: Peter Jackson’s a genius.

It is really good writing, but I just want to emphasise that Peter Jackson does not write these scripts alone. He has two collaborators, Fran Walsh (who is also his wife) and Philippa Boyens, and the three of them also wrote the screenplays for the Lord of the Rings trilogy together. While Peter Jackson is highly visible as the director of the films, and Walsh prefers to stay out of the limelight, I just never want their contribution to the Middle-Earth films to be overlooked. 

Because they’re great.

#not to mention the noises the Ringwraiths make were partly recorded by Fran Walsh #because she can make weird noises and I think that’s great #I like a woman with a way with words and an unearthly shriek

this information pleases me beyond words, thank you

This whole thing is why I love the Tolkien fandom

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#lotr #the hobbit

LOTR “Not all those who wander are lost”- J.R.R. Tolkien

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#lotr

Lord of the Rings Alphabet:  Loyalty

“You can trust us to stick with you through thick and thin—to the bitter end. And you can trust us to keep any secret of yours—closer than you keep it yourself. But you cannot trust us to let you face trouble alone, and go off without a word. We are your friends.”
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#lotr

The world is not in your books and maps. It’s out there.

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