So I read The Hobbit and LOTR, watched the movies too, but I want more lore, where do I start?
What's on your mind?
So ive been looing for texts or anything to describe froma humans perspective of how it was working with orcs or even seriving alongside them. Did for the example the easterlings ever feel weird being amoung such brutatlity while serving under Sauron. Or where they equally as evil an cant comprehand serving with orcs nir the atrocities they commit
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I would like to imagine that after the events of Lord of the Rings, a Hobbit that remembers the Ents will one day find the Entwives in the Shire, and inform Treebeard of such. I know Tolkien never meant that story to be completed, but I can imagine the Ents finding their way to the Shire and living for years with the Entwives, only to eventually go back to the forest they loved, and settling down forevermore, contented. It would be a happy end to such a sad tale, and one I think it needs.
On 10th September 2021, South African-born British theatre actor Sir Antony Sher revealed that he has been diagnosed with a terminal illness. On 2nd December 2021, Sir Antony Sher passed away aged 72.
He started his theatrical career in 1972 with an unknown role, his movie career in 1976 in The Madness and his television career in 1981 in The History Man. In 1980, he appeared as a bell boy in Superman II alongside the likes of Gene Hackman, Christopher Reeve, and Terence Stamp.
In 2013, he starred as Thráin II in the extended edition of The Hobbit: The desolation of Smaug.
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Maybe this is such an outdated question but i still dont know the reason why
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No I am not doing the typical thing of complaining about the movies, this time I am complaining of the book. The build up of this book was that they were going to defeat Smaug. And at the end of Smaug, he left the lonely mountain to kill lake town. Then some random guy that was introduced probably 20 or 40 pages before, killed him. I honestly think that the dwarves should've killed him, and not some random guy from lake town. And this book was written to be read to kids a chapter a night, so you could've had some funky action before killing Smaug. I also say that all of the battle of the five armies chapters should perish. These came from out of no where, and could have been explained in an epilogue that you didn't have to read. And for the movies, you didn't need any Sauron and just two movies.
For me, it would be Sauron's deeds when he was singlehandedly corrupting Numenor
If Bilbo doesn't want to go to adventures he shouldn't do it. Also the dwarfs didn't even force him to go. They gave him a limited time to decide
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For example, Aulé was about invention, and Varda light, but what domain did Melkor have? I’m assuming fire or something destructive and powerful similar to that, but it doesn’t say it in this Wiki.
I have been wondering, is there any canoncy for the Battle for Middle-Earth Games to the movie iterations of the Lord of the Rings?
What are some of the most annoying differences between Peter Jackson’s films (The Hobbit and LotR) and the books that you’ve noticed? Personally for me, one of them is the interest shared between Galadriel and Gandalf in The Hobbit movies. An elf would never consider cheating and I’m not sure Istari even do that sort of thing.
Glorfindel was slain by a balrog in the first age, I believe, but is seen in LotR, saving Frodo from The Nine and taking him to Rivendell. I’m a bit confused about how he came back from the Halls of Mandos after his death, because if the Valar could resurrect Elves then how come they don’t bring back some of the greater ones, i.e Feanor or Fingolfin.
I also hear they do things like camp and rest so do they have some generic weaknesses?
I started playing it fairly recently and I am willing to make pages for it
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