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53 - Book Club XI - Farewell to Lorien

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Ian, Derek, and Dan are joined by special guest Jon for the next installment of the book club. We conclude The Fellowship of the Ring with a look at Farewell to Lorien, The Great River, and The Breaking of the Fellowship. 54 more words

Episodes

Boromir, Gimli, And Others Join Shadow Of War's New Spinoff Game

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On the heels of a beta launch of Middle-earth: Shadow of War mobile earlier in July, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has now revealed several characters who’ll appear in this portable tie-in to the console and… 262 more words

GAMES

Boromir, Gimli, And Others Join Shadow Of War's New Spinoff Game

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On the heels of a beta launch of Middle-earth: Shadow of War mobile earlier in July, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has now revealed several characters who’ll appear in this portable tie-in to the console and… 262 more words

GAMES

One Does Not Simply...

One does not simply explain the love of trains. I decided it was time for Boromir of Gondor to help out us railfans explain ourselves. Use it well.

Blog

Boromir the Misunderstood Hero: A Fallen Man Finds Reconciling Grace

BOROMIR THE MISUNDERSTOOD HERO: A FALLEN MAN FINDS RECONCILING GRACE

By Martina Juričková, November 19, 2016

Word Count: 6484

Summary: A new look at Boromir as a misunderstood hero. 6,534 more words

Fandoms

TWT: Faramir, Boromir, and the Fellowship of the Ring

In an analysis of the Fellowship of the Ring, one member is glaringly distinct from the others. Most of the Company is there out of concern for the common good, or for love of a friend. 780 more words

Tuesdays With Tolkien

Favorite Characters Part 1: Boromir

So I was watching The Fellowship of the Ring last night, and I realized something: I’m ridiculously defensive of Boromir as a character. I really am. 1,189 more words

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