Hi guys, i just this simple question : Are you sure that gandalf is one of the Maia ?
One of my friend read the books and saif there is nowhere noted that he's one of the Maia. Can someone give me a proof ( in the book or somewhere) that he is a maia ? :x
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Though I understand the criticisms, I think the version of "Differences" I read was useful, and the re-write suggestions were mainly about form. I think that there are some general principles that exist in the books that are distorted or abandoned in the film, to the detriment of the latter.
1. Deliberation. The longest chapter in the book is The Council of Elrond. Those who have arrived at Rivendell seemingly by chance go over all of the facts that are known of the Ring. At the end, after Frodo says he will take the Ring, Elrond says, "If I understand aright all that I have heard . . . ." In other words, it's not a light decision, or one he had thought all along. It was arrived at by carefully analyzing all the facts.
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Hello. Does anyone here play minecraft if so, lets start an LOTR adventure map.Read more >
Hey guys, is it true that there will be a tv series of The Silmarillion and The History of the Middle-earth?Read more >
Hello all, I am fairly new on this wiki and would like to invite you to my Middle Earth RolePlay wiki, the link is below
If you need an example to go off of, please visit my other RPG:
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The "Did Balrogs have wings?" debate has reached legendary (and to outsiders often comical) proportions. The books are ambiguous on the matter, but the movies follow the interpretation that they did have "wings of shadow". Could they fly? Did they even need wings to fly? Could they have had skeletal wings yet still be flightless?
Discussion has occurred as to whether the Balrogs had wings. Nothing has been decided conclusively, although the Balrog in the Peter Jackson film version of The Fellowship of the Ring(2001) was clearly winged, and did not fly.The debate mainly comes from The Bridge of Khazad-dûm, a chapter in The Fellowship of the Ring. There are two references in this chapter.
- "His enemy halt…
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Some said the Balrog is immune to physical damage but others said one got killed with it.Read more >
What is YT? Can you explain the other ages like FA and etc. What are the meaning of those nicknames?
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Are the silmarills and the three rings of the elves the same?Read more >
Who lived in the Lands of the Sun/New Lands was it men? Ogres? Wild Beasts? They're there, so someone should live there.Read more >
Why should a black arrow be used to kill Smaug? What about shooting Smaug at the weak spot with a normal arrow & why not use normal arrow to kill Smaug(by hitting his weak spot)?Read more >
If Sauron and Voldemort were in a fight, who would be victorious?
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My Opinion: Sauron would slay Voldemort because he is a more powerful being. Voldemort's spells probably wouldn't work on Sauron because he's immortal. Besides, Sauron has the One Ring which, as seen in the FotR prologue, gives him supernatural strength so that he can send dozens of soldiers flying with a swing of his mace. Also, in the Hobbit as well as LotR, he is very good at controlling fire and using dark sorcery. Even though Voldemort can use cool spells, he is no match for the Dark Lord Sauron.
Wow Peter Jackson is going to film The Silmarillion and The History of Middle-earth as a 10-season TV series! Tolkien Estate had provided him the copyright license. That's fabulous! But only one thing, is please Mr.Jackson, do not amend so many parts like The Hobbit! And hope it's not a hoax!Read more >
Hey guys, can I get your attention? Do you think, the darkness will come again to the middle-earth or the undying lands and there will be a new Dark lord? If there is a new dark lord, who would it be??? Is it possible that Gandalf will become a valar if he will become more powerful? What happen to the two blue wizards? Are they inform that the dark lord is dead and the world is safe again?
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Hello can i get some answers to my questions?If that is no problem tnx.
1.Who rule Erebor,Iron Hills.Blue Mountins,Gliitering Caves,Helms Deep,Orocarni,Grey Mountin?
2.Dragons still alives?
3.What is hapeneed with all hobits?
4.what is hapened with Vampires and Werewolfs?
5.Can Valar be killed?
6.how is Ancalagon killed when he are largest dragon in history?
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After 5 days of hard work, with - Darkchylde’s help and DarkLantern, HiddenVale’s encouragement. The pages are finally done. Although improvements are still required, I wanna to thank the 3 users above.Read more >
I am now planning to create The Lord of the Rings Soundtracks pages. Hope it will go smooth too.
1.Which race would take it?
2.What would it be?
3.IF you chose king where you create kingdom?
a)In a hole in the ground
b)Under Mountin(like Erebor or Minas Trith)
c)Deep undergound in a stronghold
d)A place in-tune with the wildlife
4.What would be trained soldier?
5.With Which kingdom/people you will create alliance?
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Hello can I get answers to my question?If that is no problem tnx.
1.Who rule in Erebor,Iron Hils,Blue mountains,Glittering Caves,Helms Deep,Orocarni,Grey Mountin?
2.Is Durin VII still alive,and did he have son?
3.Orcs/trols/gobling where they rule in four age?
4.What is hapened with Hobit?Allive or dead?
5.I think Orcs/goblins/trols dont have "women"?if no how thay born?
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As of now, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is still in theaters, but if you're like me, you knew you wanted your own copy even when you were buying tickets. Well, we're in luck! Here is some information that will help us continue our quest of owning the complete Hobbit film trilogy - in crisp, clear full HD, as it was meant to be seen - as well as what we can expect from the extras!
THE GOOD NEWS: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment announced today that the DVD / Blu-ray / Digital HD will be available on March 24th! :)
THE BAD NEWS: It's not March 24th yet! :P
"The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack, and 2-Disc DVD Special Edition contain the following special features:
- Recruiting the Five Ar…
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Hey, I'm FrostBite, but you guys can call me frost! I am a Mirkwood elf, that can turn into a wolf, freeze anything, and i can fly. I'm also totally in love with Legolas Greenleaf, son of Thranduil!!! I hope most of you get to know me and like me!!
A tribute to me and Legolas!!!!! Cx --------------------------l
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Heys my fellow Bibliophiles! ...Okay, I'm not so great the 'reading all the things' but my friend James is.
He... well... Basically he just never stops. Anyway, he keeps a vlog for Felecia Day's Geek and Sundry where he suggests books based on things you already know and love!
He's done a Vlog specifically about Goblins in celebration of The Hobbit! (plus steampunk and an author interview!)
Radtastic, right?! He likes attention so, y'know, give 'm some. ...and Read This!Read more >
Admit it. You’ve probably fantasized before about being able to scare off your enemies with a powerful wizard's staff or by having your own horn of Gondor! We’re making a list of the top 21 ways to save the day if you find yourself in a sticky situation so, tell us, what’s your go-to move from your favorite movie, comic, TV show, or book?
Click on this link to share what you would do in the comments -- and bonus points for clever GIFs! And make sure you check back to see if your submission made the final cut!Read more >
Clearly, (at least in the movies and video games), Fell beasts were powerful creatures and were deadly offensive predators, especially with the Nazgûl on them. They could choose either to bite their prey (less attacking radius but increased damage) or swoop down on them (larger attacking radius), scattering enemies apart or outright crushing them. If a Fell beast snatched a soldier, they could easily fly high into the air and drop their hapless victim to his death far below. Fell beasts were feared for their ferocity and speed, and were known as the fastest creatures in Middle-Earth since Smaug, the last great Fire-Drake.
Being a fully-grown dragon, Smaug was both massive and powerful, possessing physical strength great en…
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So before I get started on this wiki I need to tell you I see a lot of things wrong with this wiki a lot of things that should be improved or changed. Many articles talk about things that a seperate (movie potrayal vs book potrayal) through one another like they are the same thing. Also a lot of information is missing regarding the history of middle earth series and finally a lot of templates are unclear or far to white to stick out as templates.Read more >
Was Túrin blind?
"....[Turin : ] What a sweet grace of fortune! Brown as a berry she was, small and slim as an elf-child, none could mistake her" Then Mablung was amazed, and he said "But some mistake is here! Not such was your sister. She was tall and her eyes were blue, her hair fine gold. The very likeness in woman’s form of Hurin her father. You cannot have seen her!"
"Can I not, Can i not, Mablung?" he cried "But why no? For see, I am blind! Did you not know? Blind! Blind! Groping since childhood in a dark mist of Morgoth!"
Was that pararaph proof? Or was he perhaps being metaphoric? Or maybe he was describing Lalaith being unaware of Nienor? I can hardly believe he was able to fight so many Orcs and slay Glaurung while not a…
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Sorry after being away for 4 years, if you want to know what happened, read my recently updated bio on my profile. Hope you guys understand and have a great day to you all! :)
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Has Smaug himself also ever intruded any type of location before?Read more >
Recently Wikia launched the "map" feature. As soon as I saw it I thought of using them on the lotr wiki. It would be neat to put them on location pages, showing where, for example, Gondolin is, or more notably, Minas Tirith.
Just a thought. I think it we should activate the Maps feature here.
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In Peter Jacksons Hobbit trilogy we see his depiction of the black arrow.
So what exactly is a black arrow and what do we know about it? If large iron arrows launched from seige devices are all that is needed to penetrate a dragons hide than what is the signifigance of a black arrow? Let's do a thorough analysis and come up with some rational, logical theories as to what exactly Jacksons black arrows are.
Balin: Girion, the lord of the city, rallied his bowmen to fire upon the beast. But a dragon's hide is tough, tougher than the strongest armor. Only a Black Arrow fired from a wind-lance could have pierced the dragon's hide. And few of those arrows were ever made. The store was running low when Girion made his last stand.
Dwarves are some of …
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Hey all, hoping everyone is doing great and in fine health. My album is finished - called The Silmarillion Symphony EP.1: The Deeps of Time. My pre-order sale is ending in the next 24 hours or so, and I hope many of you Silmarillion readers will go and grab one. If you order in the next day, you'll get the digital copy before the general public does, and get a great deal too. I'll be signing the hard copies, which are $12 shipping worldwide if you get them now. If you're overseas and think 5 of your friends would like one, I'll set you up with a great deal that won't be possible after tomorrow.
Also, if you've been disappointed that there might not be new movie soundtrack-like music for The Silmarillion, this album is for you!
You can pre-or…Read more >
The Quest through Middle-earth continues in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, from Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Peter Jackson, when the epic fantasy adventure is released as an Extended Edition on Bluray 3D and Blu-ray on November 4th from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (WBHE). A production of New Line Cinema and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, this extended cut of the second film in The Hobbit Trilogy includes 25 minutes of extra film footage that extends individual scenes, making this the must-see, definitive version for fans. Both versions of the Extended Edition include more than nine hours of new bonus features that will enrich the experience of the Trilogy as fans gear up for the December 17 theatrical release of the third and fi…
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Official Rules for The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Extended Edition Giveaway.
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The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Giveaway Contest (the “Promotion") is a sweepstakes promotion where individuals who create an account and leave a comment on the blog (note: you must be logged in to leave a comment) will be eligible to be randomly selected from all eligible entries. Accounts and blog entries completed from 12:01 on November 5, 2014 to 23:59 on November 14, 2014 (the “Promotion Period”) will be eligible to win one (1) prizes.
One (1) winner will receive the following: a Blu-Ray copy of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
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We're kind of excited about this news! Hypable reports that a much beloved actor from the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy will be contributing to the soundtrack for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, but can you guess who it is? If you guessed Billy Boyd, aka Pippin, give yourself a pat on the back!
Boyd will perform a new song titled “The Last Goodbye” for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ end credits. He co-wrote the song with Hobbit producers Phillipa Boyens and Fran Walsh. We will forever remember him as the adorable Pippin, but Boyd is actually the lead singer in a band named Beecake, which means he does have music experience!
Of course, we will forever remember that scene in Two Towers when he sang "Edge of the Night" so we'…Read more >
Having achieved the 5,000-article goal, we have qualified for listing at http://community.wikia.com/wiki/Hub:Big_wikis - and I've listed us there. When we reach 10,000 articles, we can change our star from yellow to orange. I may not be around then!Read more >
I've been working on a musical illustration of The Silmarillion. I've spent the best part of this year composing a boatload of music, and now I'd like to share it with you. I would love if you would visit the website (linked below) or the kickstarter (also below). The CD comes out in late October!
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Ever since I have read the Silmarilion I have been puzzled about why manwe is the king of the valar. Personaly I think Ulmo (the king of the sea) should be the lord seeing as water is in everything whereas Manwe is lord of air wich is nowhere near as powerful as water. Please can somebody tell me Tolkiens motives for making manwe the king of the valar?Read more >
Greetings, fans of Middle Earth!
Many tales have been told of the ever-menacing Black Gate, gateway to the land of Mordor, but there are more adventures still unwritten. We'd like to invite you to join with other Middle-earth fans to create an original story set in "The Dark Land" using Wikia's new interactive mapping feature!
Set in an impregnable stone and iron wall stretching from the Mountains of Ash in the north, to the Ephel Duath in the west, the Black Gate was built by Sauron during the Second Age. And there it would stand until the last epic battle of the War of the Ring.You know the stories of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, but what could've happened in the Black Gate's shadow during the 60 years between these tales?
This is …
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The first teaser trailer of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies has been released at San Diego Comic Con 2014 a few days ago and has been released on the web today.
With the song Edge of Night from The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King playing in the background.
- From Academy Award®-winning filmmaker Peter Jackson comes “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies,” the third in a trilogy of films adapting the enduringly popular masterpiece The Hobbit, by J.R.R. Tolkien.
- “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” brings to an epic conclusion the adventures of Bilbo Baggins, Thorin Oakenshield and the Company of Dwarves. Having reclaimed their homeland from the Dragon Smaug, the Company has unwittingly unleashed a deadly force into…
It's almost time for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, and Warner Bros. Entertainment has decided to do some promoting at Comic-Con! If you are attending this year's Comic-Con, you could attend a panel with Peter Jackson on Saturday at the main stage! Attending stars are supposed to be announced at a later date.
For video game fans, there will be a panel for the game “Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor,” discussing how the game’s innovation evolves storytelling while exploring the history of the Rings of Power.
To get more info on when and where these Warner Bros. panels are happening, head over to the Comic-Con Wikia!Read more >
Wikia’s preparing to take San Diego Comic-Con by storm along with a legion of #WikiaLive superfans! We know many of you are already going, but WE WANT YOU to enlist in our “Fan Army.”
Tell us you’re going by filling out this form and -- as we’ve done in year’s past -- we’ll do what we can to give those of you among our ranks an awesome fan experience. That may include VIP perks like celeb meet ‘n’ greets, party access, and other fun opportunities!
We’ll start right now! We have room for six Los Angeles-based fans to ride in our train down to San Diego (departing the morning of Wednesday, July 23)... absolutely free! We’ll even throw in a ticket BACK to L.A. (we’re not gonna leave you stranded). The first six Angelenos to sign up will receive…Read more >
Ive recently started a Middle Earth fan blog, its called Middle Earthen Scholar, the link is middleearthenscholar.blogspot.com.au, its a blog where i post stuff about the languages, the geograpgy, the history and other things about middle earth like discoveries i find and things i make based on Middle Earth.Read more >
Ive started woking on an RPG game based on Middle earth (Gondor, Mordor, Rohan and Isengard). Its not ready yet but if youre interested just leave me a message.
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The brand new game trailer for Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor is here, and it's a doozy! Check it below and lend your Middle-earth expertise to our next Wikia Fannotation – a "pop-up" style video highlighting factoids from the Wikia community. You check out an example right HERE.
The trailer features characters and creatures from the larger Middle-earth universe, and we want to know what you've spotted! Just leave a comment below with timestamps and the facts/trivia you've noticed. Then come back later next week to watch the video featuring your fan expertise.Read more >
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1) where is your prefereed living: A) great hall's with lots of food and riches
B) Deep underground in a stronghold
C) In a hole in the ground
D) A place in-tune with the wildlife
2) What is your most preffered weapon; A) a bow
B) a trusty axe
C) a great sword
D) none of the above
3) You are asked to go on a quest to reclaim
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Hey you guys,
I have a question regarding the scene in The Desolation of Smaug where Bilbo meets Smaug. I watched the DVD today and realised the term 'Burglarobbit' is nowhere to be found.
Was it in that scene? I'm a bit confused.
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I have recently started a czech lotr wikia page: cs.czech-lotr.wiki.com. Anyone who speaks czech is welcomed to contribute!
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- ROTK is in a three-way tie with Titanic and Ben Hur for the most Oscars won by a single film — eleven. Moreover, the film series The Lord of the Rings won more Oscars than any other film series.
- Peter Jackson actually used his own phobia of spiders to measure the effectiveness of Shelob's design and animations.
- Sylvester McCoy (the Seventh Doctor) was considered for the role of Bilbo . (He would later go on to play Radagast the Brown in The Hobbit .)
- Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke were being considered for Éowyn and Éomer. Thurman initially accepted the offer but had to cancel due to pregnancy.
- Sean Connery was originally offered the role of Gandalf , but turned it down because he didn't like the first script. (Another version of this says …
I was looking, and apparently there is going to be a fight scene between Bain, Bard's son, and Smaug. Is Peter Jackson changing it where Bain will kill Smaug instead of Bard? I hope not, because that's how Bard became king in The Hobbit book. Your thoughts?Read more >