Hey I’m pretty new at this whole thing so it would be pretty cool if you guys could help ad some stuff for my page. It would mean a lot because I care about attention to detail and know others see more and better than me. Please lend a hand if you can.
I have been writing a story of a time long before the time of Sauron's domination.
The story sets two Maiar falling in love despite the different background they came from.
However, I named them Nimeria and Lomion. I have just found out, after much researching of the Silmarillion, that Lomion turned out to be a name of Maeglin. If I continued with my Maiar named Lomion, would it be alright? Would there be licenses for the name? And how could I distinguish the two apart for my readers' better understanding?
The Lord of the Rings is a 2022 musical epic fantasy adventure film directed by Chris Renaud, co-directed by Jonathan del Val, and written by Brian Lynch. The film features the voices of Zachary Levi, Jesse Eisenberg, Josh Gad, Patrick Stewart, Peter Dinklage, Dan Stevens, Tom Holland, Ed Skrein, Jessica Chastain, Anthony Hopkins, Brad Pitt, Seth Rogen, Robert De Niro, Meryl Streep, Jim Carrey, Christopher Plummer, Jude Law, Paul Bettany, and Christopher Lloyd.
- Jesse Eisenberg as Frodo Baggins
- Patrick Stewart as Gandalf the Grey / Gandalf the White
- Jessica Chastain as Arwen Undómiel
- Zachary Levi as Aragorn Elessar II / Strider
- Josh Gad as Samwise Gamgee
- Meryl Streep as Galadriel
- Peter Dinklage as Gimli
- Brad Pitt as Théoden
- Tom Holland as Peregrin To…
“All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost;
The old that is strong does not wither,
Deep roots are not reached by the frost.
From the ashes a fire shall be woken,
A light from the shadows shall spring;
Renewed shall be blade that was broken,
The crownless again shall be king.”
-One of my favourite quotes of J.R.R. Tolkien!
I am new and I have a question. Are we allowed to share fan fiction in the blogs? or is there another wikia to do that?
This text was originally a part of the article for the game LOTR: The Third Age, but has been moved here for its opinions and unencyclopedic tone.
- 1 Good commanders
- 2 Evil commanders
- 3 Good heroes
- 4 Evil Heroes
- 5 Additional Heroes
- 5.1 Good Additional Heroes
- 5.2 Evil Additional Heroes
- 6 The Fellowship of the
- 6.1 Mission from Rivendell
- 6.2 Darkness upon Bree
- 6.3 Attack on Fangorn
- 6.4 Conquest of Osgiliath
- 6.5 Flight from Moria
- 6.6 Amon Hen
- 6.7 Balin's Tomb
At the start of the game you can choose between these heroes and the Evil characters.
Aragorn - High HP, perfect Morale, Great CP, high Attack, average Range, high SP. Aragorn specializes in destroying the enemy personally, using Sweep Attack and Arms Mastery to slay any creature of Mordor or Isengard tha…
Hello! Or Mae G’ovannen! Im Caelin or Mathuron, and here are some things/facts about me
1.i AM a friend of gandalf 2. My favorite movie is the Fellowship of the ring 3. I hated frodo alot in The return of the king 4. I ship Aralas
I have alot of respect for writers, for i am one to. but im not very advanced writer. For the experience with writing I currently have i wrote fan fictions for people whom requested it.
Ps. I know that Mirkwood isn’t a realm im sorry for any confusion.
Goodbye dear reader(s) untill our next meeting
Hello! My name is Elvin which ruffly translates into The Friend Of Elves. I really like Tolkiens Universe so I decided to build some of the famouse structures from Middle-Earth in Minecraft but not only that, in Miniature! I hope you enjoy and I know they are really off with the proportions, you'll have to forgive me!
It didn't take me that long but everything is built by hand (noticeable) and Mordor was the hardest in my opinion and I am kind of disappointed in the result (So much emptiness and only flat ground, I'll work on it...)
Minas Tirith was a challenge and I know it's not really seven levels as it is but you know, everything can't be perfect!
The Shire is actually just one Hobbit Hole which I'm really proud of and I think it looks …
I hate to rain on the parade of Tolkein purists, but since everything about the Second Age in the books reads more like a history or myth book, there's a ton of blank spaces to be filled in. That means that much of the cast is probably going to be made up of original characters not found in Tolkein's books who have stories of their own, which juxtapose with what is found in his books.
For example, there could be a soldier of the The King's men who while he believes that Men are better off independently, distrusts Sauron. And is also lucky enough to be on guard duty at the docks while Ar Pharazon is sailing to the undying lands. Thus saving him from Numenor's destruction.
Or a female Eregian Elf who suspsects something is out of place when Sa…
This text was formerly an article; moved to a blog for its rambling and overextensive nature.
The Wicked dwarves were the few dwarves who fought (or were rumored to have fought) on the side of Morgoth, and later Sauron, or in alliances with Orcs and goblins during the first three ages of the world.
The term may also refer to those dwarves who were viewed with suspicion and viewed as evil or influenced by the Shadow by others (due to gossip, rumors, stories, etc), though were actually on the side of good or at least neutral.
'Treacherous Dwarves' also appear in the 2016 publication Beren and Lúthien.
- 1 Background
- 1.1 In Other Media
- 2 See Also
- 3 References
All dwarves had been created by Aulë, he who was said to be most like Melkor in thought and powers Wh…
Over the years I have been thinking on how the fellowship could have done it better and I don't mean using the eagles. I have heard various arguments about why that wouldn't work. Namely, it would give up stealth and the so-called eagles are actually fairly high up on the middle earth hierarchy of beings so the ring is more dangerous in their hands. To avoid making to many assumptions. I will make only these two.
1. Middle Earth has at least a medieval level of technology
2. Hobbits are among the safest (if not the safest) carriers of the ring. So they will be our ring bearers.
Even with just these two, there are a number of ways to do it safer:
1. Exchange the ring between bearers periodically. This helps in two ways. First, it splits the ri…
The following text was initially written as an article, and has been moved here. The text and images are from user Roac's Wife.
A little while ago I was commissioned to make a number of maps of Arda for an upcoming Atlas of Tolkien.
The maps were to cover all of Arda, from the beginning of time within Tolkien’s legendarium, to the start of the Fourth Age at the end of The Return of the King. In the end the author and I were very pleased with these maps, and all was good to go – but at the very last moment all of the images but one were pulled from the book, for legal reasons. The author was no less disappointed than I was.
I kept them all secret for a long time, but I think now it’s best to put them up here as nothing more than fan artwork. A…
I've never edited this wiki, but I was looking around and I wanted to give you a piece of information that I couldn't find. So, at school, Tolkien had four friends. Further info is on this video: here at the school in which he grew up. With them, he formed a club called the TCBS which stands for:
- Club (and)
These friends would drink tea in the school library and sometimes at the Barrovian store (hence the name) in Birmingham. They would discuss books/literature and this is almost definitely what inspired the 'Fellowship of the Rings'. Another friend he shared was Robert Gilson (son of the head at the time) who died in the war and there is even more about him here
I hope this helps your wiki and I wish it the best! Any more…
This is an exposition of the history of Tolkien fandom, not written by me. It was relocated from the article to a blog because of the text's resemblance to a school essay or journalist commentary.
- 1 History
- 1.1 Mainstream and media fans
- 1.2 Organized Tolkien Fandom
- 2 Internal
- 2.1 Movies
- 2.2 Books
- 2.3 Languages
- 3 Effects of the films
- 4 Highly debatable issues
- 5 Fans today
The major divisions of Tolkien Fandom can best be explained in a chronological context.
Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings (LOTR) was published in 1954 and The Hobbit prelude in 1937, and bootleg paperbacks eventually found their way into colleges in the U.S.A. in the 1960s. The "hippie" following latched onto the book, but a great many did so for possibly misguided reasons; some openly st…
Good Day to You, Fellow Tolkienite! Today I compiled a list of reasons why The Lord of the Rings is better than Star Wars.
- The Lord of the Rings won 17 Oscars to Star Wars' 7 (The Return of the King alone won 11, including "Best Picture". No Star Wars film has ever won "Best Picture".).
- It is evidenced that fans are more satisfied with LotR and Hobbit films than with Star Wars films, as The Lord of the Rings has a higher average of IMDb ratings than Star Wars (you can calculate for yourself, if you wish at here: https://www.imdb.com/search/title?groups=top_250&sort=user_rating. I also used two lists of Star Wars and Lord of the Rings/Hobbit films respectively, although the Star Wars list was missing Rogue One and Solo: A Star Wars Story.).
The Refuge of Helm's Deep is the beautiful piece Howard Shore created for that part in The Two Towers (movie) when the aftermath of the battle with Saruman's wargriders is observed. It is an amazing piece, as is all of the music from The Lord of the Rings film trilogy. ;)"ℌ𝔦𝔰 𝔏𝔬𝔳𝔢 𝔑𝔢𝔳𝔢𝔯 𝔉𝔞𝔦𝔩𝔰!" (𝙻𝚎𝚊𝚟𝚎 𝙼𝚎 𝙰 𝙽𝚘𝚝𝚎) 21:13, June 30, 2018 (UTC)
Mae Govannen, Dia Duit, and Grace to you and Peace from God the Father and our Lord Jesus Christ! Below is a poll of two of fantasy's greatest INFPs according to the MBTI: Lucy Pevensie from C.S. Lewis' The Chronicles of Narnia and Frodo Baggins of The Lord of the Rings! Which INFP character do you like better?
I don't know if it's possible to move the address of a Wikia wiki, but, if possible, I think this wiki's address needs to be moved to tlotr.wikia.com, for what I think is an obvious reason.
Hello, Fellow Tolkienians! I have this free program called GIMP 2.10, which has many of the features of Adobe Photoshop. Anyway, I've looked for a tutorial on making LOTR style text, to no avail. Does anyone know a good tutorial on that subject?
His Love Never Fails! Namárië! - J.S. Clingman (My User Talk) from 𝕸𝖞 𝕷𝖎𝖙𝖙𝖑𝖊 𝕳𝖔𝖑𝖊 𝖎𝖓 𝖙𝖍𝖊 𝕲𝖗𝖔𝖚𝖓𝖉. 19:31, June 2, 2018 (UTC)
Here is a blog post I wrote on the role of magic in J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth. It is a bit ancient, I must admit; however, here it is, and please tell me your thoughts on it. - J.S. Clingman (talk)
"As a gigantic Tolkien fan and a Christian, I was inevitably confronted by the issue of magic in the Hobbit and Lord of the Rings, which have been rendered as motion pictures ever since the early 2000s, and ever since have been some of the most famous and highest-grossing films in the world.
Some Christians wonder whether the Lord of the Rings or the Hobbit are fit for the viewing of one who adheres to Christianity on account of the “magic” that is used by Wizards (Istari), powerful Elves, and the like; for it is well known that the Bible i…
I have just started reading LOTR and I remembered this song I found on youtube a while back
Hey guys! I want to share a video for the Wiki and for all Tolkien fandom!
Suscribe to my channel if you want me to make tolkien creatures roars
Hey Guys, Have You Ever Wondered If There Are Other Wraith Lords Like Celebrimbor? It's Totally Plausible. Tell me what you think?
Hi, everyone. My name is Lexi, and this is my first blog post. I love LOTR and the Hobbit, well, obviously, if I'm on this page. My favorite characters are Legolas and Eowyn, because they're just plain awesome! I own extended editions of all the movies, and watch them whenever I can. I also have read the hobbit several times since I was 11, although it sucks that Legolas and Tauriel aren't in the book. I am currently listening to the LOTR audiobook, since the book is just so dang hard to read! I am writing a fanfic about a made-of character of mine, Legoriel, Legolas's sister, but I don't know if I'll finish it. FYI, I'll probably change her name before I'm done. I'll be inserting a lot of LOTR pics on this blog, some cool wallpapers, and …
so i've been looking for this specific cover (artwork letters and all) to no prevail. I have found other covers with the same artwork by the letters aren't golden and the title is presented ugly. So I'm wondering if one of you guys can link me to somewhere to where i can buy this EXACT copy. Thank you!
I suspect that in the movie Smaug doesn't have fire in him, but rather the fire starts in his mouth and the fuel is inside him.
I think that if Smaug had four legs and 2 wings he could probably fold them in a manner similar to a bird.
I found that on the Sauron wiki page it says that Celebrindor was the elvish forgemaster that help Sauron make the rings of power. It is clearly a mistake where they meant to put Celebrimbor but I am unable to edit it because the page is protected. Can anyone help? Im new :p
So I'm just looking back at my work on here, well with my blogs that I posted that were non-canon and such. With that said, I did remember a while back I would possibly move them to the Fanon Wiki, but now that I look back at them... should I really move them to the Fanon wiki? I mean I'm not saying I ain't proud of them or anything, but I dunno. It'd be really interesting to see what you guys have to say, but if majority do agree on relocating all of my non-canon works onto the Fanon wiki, then I'll do my best to do so.
I need to reread The Silmarillion.
I feel like I didn't understand it very well when I read it.
I didn't understand the various subgroups of Elves very well.
The website http://www.amagpiesnest.com is an important source for anyone interested in the elven lyrics that go with the musical score of the movies. However, the site close down in April. May I suggest that you take the content under your wings?
Sauron is the main antagonist of The Lord of the Rings. He is also the main antagonist in Return of the King, with Gollum as the secondary antagonist and the Witch-King as the tertiary antagonist. However, Saruman is the main antagonist of The Two Towers.
Can anyone inform me who the main antagonist of Fellowship of the Ring is, Sauron or Saruman, to update the wiki? I personally think it is Sauron as the story is more about him and he has a bigger role, like in Return of the King (about his final attack on Middle-earth) and unlike in Two Towers where Saruman has more of a role.
Who is the main antagonist of Fellowship of the Ring, Sauron or Saruman?
As I see many Tolkien fans on this site, I was thinking whether we would create a Map Game. It works so that at first we post a map and then players in turns make changes and make steps to change the situation. Please do not be overtly implausible.
I guess we should put the Map Game on either Fanon wiki or other fan site as not to "ruin" the encyclopedia look of this site.
- Dol Guldur
- Eryn Lasgalen
- Iron Hills
- Eriadoran Dúnedain+Breeland
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I've been digging and hunting throughout all my books but I cannot for the life of me find once more the tale that was sung of even if shortly in the Lord of the Rings, I believe in The Fellowship when they came into Lothlorien. A tale I remember so little of so apologies for the very rough edges and scarce detail: From what I remember which I believe is but the end of the tale is a man searching for his love, he builds ship and sails far and wide but is doomed never to reunite with her. I feel I have butchered the Tale and apologies if any who read this cringed, but it's all I've got. If anyone could help me out possibly with a page number and/or chapter I would be most grateful indeed. -S
Here is an clever excerpt out of The Philosophy of Tolkien: The Worldview Behind The Lord of the Rings by Peter J. Kreeft - which I thought all avid readers of the trilogy might find interesting.
Emboldenings from me, not the author.
"Every story, long or short, has five dimensions. They are usually called its 1) plot, 2) characters, 3) setting, 4) style, and 5) the theme. We could call them, respectively, the story's (1) work, (2) workers, (3) world, (4) words, and (5) wisdom. "Philosophy" means "the love of wisdom". So a story's philosophy is one of its five basic dimensions.
Which "dimension" sold The Lord of the Rings? All five. To be great, a work of art must be great in not just one dimension but all, just as a healthy body needs to be h…
I've always been intrigued by the songs Tolkien came up with for The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy and often wondered what they would sound like if they were sung aloud. It doesn't seem he would be that musically endowed to be able to come up with unique melodies for each song so it wouldn't surprise me if he never had tunes in mind when writing these songs.
Although I am happy that Peter Jackson had some songs adapted, there's still plenty of songs in the books that have yet to receive musical adaptations. That said, I've gone on a quest to seek out musical renditions of his songs and so far I haven't turned up much. I'll update this blog when I find more as I'm sure the fanbase is far from finished in trying to render these son…
Hello, im Garycrafterman.
Ive been playing the LOTR mod for a while now and ive used this wiki alot, and i would like to propose some ideas about the updates. I was looking through the planned updates and thought that i may be able to assist. I myself would really like to see iconic movie strutures in the bets .26 update. On the planned updates, siege weapons was listed. If the creator of this mod wants to implament it you should probobaly contact the ancient warfare mod creator, that mod includes siege weaponry, gates, and also randomly spawning villages, which with the cutom buildings could be used in different areas of the world, such as rohan or gondor. An update suggestion I have would be with the siege weapons (which can have npc oper…
For one, we have the supreme evil in the series who is main villain throughout all six films (even though he shared this with Smaug and Azog in The Hobbit), extremely shadowy and menacing, and one of the most evil Dark Lords even more so than Palpatine and Voldemort put together, who is essentially Middle Earth's equivalent to the devil, and is nearly impossible to kill for a number of reasons. If it wasn't for Gollum, he would have won.
For another, we have the most annoying and pointless character, one of the snobbiest and greasiest characters in the series, who wasn't even in the book and was seemingly put there as the Middle Earth equivalent of Jar Jar Binks, only much meaner. Seemingly he got off a karma houdini (unlike his master), un…
I watched the three Peter Jackson-produced Hobbit movies and I rewatched the first Peter Jackson-produced Lord Of The Rings movie.
Produced, directed, whatever.
Page 264 of the Unfinished Tales remarks in passing that "the courage and hardihood required" of Boromir to make his journey from Minas Tirith to Rivendell "ws not fully recognized in the narrative". Boromir himself remarks (page 239 FotR) that it took 110 days and that it covered (page 365) 1200 miles. Are the following points worth discussion:
1. It seems odd that the heir to the Stewardship would leave without a riding horse, a pack animal or an escort. There is no mention that he has a bow and arrows (hence no hunting), a spear or any other weapons besides a sword and shield.
2. It is hard to imagine that he would have to walk 400 miles to Edoras without being detected by the Rohirrim. They do loan him a horse at some point. Presumably, …
I finished reading The Lost Road And Other Writings.
I'm going to have to take a break from reading Tolkien for a while. Honestly, I'm just plain burned out on his works right now.
I think I'm going to take a break from reading fantasy in general for a while.
I'm almost through reading The Lost Road And Other Writings.
The multiple different conceptions of Tolkienian Elves and Tolkienian Elvish languages in the The History Of Middle-Earth series has been very confusing to me. I was especially confused about the references to Gnomes and Gnomish at first.
I'm currently reading the The History Of Middle-Earth series. Specifically, I'm on The Lost Road And Other Writings right now.
I've read The Silmarillion, The Hobbit, and The Lord Of The Rings, but I plan to reread them after I've read the The History Of Middle-Earth series. I'll see those books from a totally different perspective.