hi guys! I'm new in this wiki, and I'm also new to the Lord of the Rings universe. Not long ago, I just saw the three films The Hobbit. And now? What should I see next?
What's on your mind?
Yes I know he wasn't personally fond of lovecraft but there are some things that fit. The creature outside Moria that attacks the fellowship is a sort of old one, it bears a passing resemblance to cthulhu.
Also the great ungoliant is quite an eldritch horror
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When were The Elves leave Middle-Earth?
Ive just played through shadow of war and felt uneasy with some of the decisions around canon, are these games canon, or are they just an interpretation?
Or do you think he's more of a victim, a hero in a very weird way, or something else entirely? I have my own opinion on this, but I want to hear what you think!
I always wondered about the line in the Hobbit movies where Legolas confesses that his mother died at Gundabad in some sort of war waged there, but I couldn’t recall any reason for the wood elves to do so. Was that line simply not book!canon compliant or am I missing something...?
When the White council invaded Dol Guldur in the hobbit, Galadriel was holding the Light of Elendil when she banished Sauron, but she also had a elven ring so my question is had Frodo also this power or do you need an elven ring to access its power.
Quick question and its one I know the answer to, but I'm not 100% certain about. I am almost positive that Frodo carried the One Ring on a chain around his neck, but I couldn't find that anywhere when I looked. I know its a really dumb question, but I thought I was certain about it, and then I couldn't find it, so I thought maybe I was imagining it. So did Frodo carry the ring on a chain, in the book, not just the movie?
Since Tauriel liked Kili, and Arwen liked Aragorn, has Legolas ever liked anyone before?
I am curious as to whether Sauron can be considered evil in entirety, or simply using evil as a means to his end of order within middle earth. The movies clearly represent him as a 2 dimensional villain (although, don’t get me wrong, he’s also my favourite fantasy antagonists of all time), but once you look more into the lore that Tolkien presents, he is clearly more complicated than that.
Has anyone ever seen any type of magic used in the films? From The Hobbit to the Lord of the Rings trilogy. I've only seen magic by playing the video games, Shadow of Mordor and Shadow of War. It ranges from winter magic, fire magic and poison. Although I don't think poison counts as a type of magic.
J.R.R Tolkien wrote the return of the shadow, the treason of Isengard and the war of the ring, which were intended to be the names of the lotr book series. Would you have preferred the “original” intended names or the titles that we have today?
I’d love to see the Drúedain (Woses, Drughu, Oghor-hai, Púkel-men, Wild men) portrayed in the Amazon series. What do you guys think?
Might come across like a fairly stupid question, but is The Children of Húrin worth reading since a lot of what is said in it is also in The Silmarillion and the unfinished tales?
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