Post by Jacques the Environmentalist on Sept 18, 2005 17:00:36 GMT -5
Wow, could you calm down? And you could've just edited your first post and added whatever you wanted to add. Nor is it really necessary to shout at us. I appreciate the elves sure I do. Why I remember reading about the end of the first age when- *beings pointless ramble that will confuse most lotr fans*
Post by The World Is Quiet Here on Dec 13, 2005 2:04:01 GMT -5
Maybe Bilbo Baggins is the hero , because after all if it wasn't for him Gollum would still have the ring and then were would we be...? And He also (with Gandalf's assistance) gives up the ring, the first person/hobbit/thing to ever do so.
Post by Juan Roberto Montoya De Toledo on Dec 16, 2005 4:37:29 GMT -5
Gandalf. He fought a Balrog, people!
True, he 'died' in the process, but what hero doesn't?
Three Rings for the G-Mods under the sky, Seven for the Mods in their halls of stone, Nine for mortal members, doomed to be banned, One for the Admin, on his dark throne In the land of 667, where the noobs lie. One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them In the land of 667 where the noobs lie.
Post by Jacques the Environmentalist on Dec 20, 2005 20:51:10 GMT -5
Most heroes do not actually die. But Gandalf did. He was dead for, I think, 13 days? Or maybe it was 6? I check. *pauses music* Ooh, it was actually 20 days. Then he lay in a trance for awhile and then got his act together and was flown to Lorien. I find it HORRIBLE how he got there A DAY after the company left. If they'd just stayed one more day...