I walked through Middle Earth today. Today, as you know, is October 24th when Frodo finds himself in Rivendell after being healed by Elrond. I have walked through fire. 619 more words
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When you inform people of your love for tragedies and tearjerkers, they shoot you look–yes, THAT look.
They’re judging you as a depressed loner, someone who listens to angsty songs, paints their bedroom jet black, and goes out every night to get their share of BDSM. 968 more words
Throughout every age in Arda, the Dwarves have lost everything they so masterfully constructed. Khazad Dum: Now a rotting cave, in which a Balrog and many Orcs now reside; the two settlements in the Blue Mountains, yes, one was more or less rebuilt, but none the less that’s two huge civilisations gone; Smaug incinerates a population along with enough gold to match Trump and steals their underground fortress/kindom, along with a city. 549 more words
Got down to another round of art jamming today, with a very clear theme for both pieces.
I have always been a big fan of LOTR ever since Peter Jackson’s film trilogy came onto the silver screen back in 2001, and though I’m nowhere near the amount of fandom I used to have back when I was still a 18 year-old, there is still an unspeakable magic that comes with it. 149 more words