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TUTORIAL: How to write in Elvish.. This is the most detailed and thorough I've ever seen.  Also, check out a lovely book called "The Languages of Tolkien's Middle Earth".  It explains elvish (Sindarian and Quenya), Dwarvish, and others.  Written by Ruth S. Noel.

TUTORIAL: How to write in Elvish. This is the most detailed and thorough I've seen. Also, check out a lovely book called "The Languages of Tolkien's Middle Earth". It explains elvish (Sindarian and Quenya), Dwarvish, and others. Written by Ruth S.

Probably pinned this before but hey whatever man

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Cate Blanchett

Cate Blanchett

El Señor de los anillos.

Lothlorien leaf, Arwens Evenstar and beautiful horse leather in one picture. must be Aragorn.

Las 7 maravillas de 'La Tierra Media'.

The 7 Wonders of Middle Earth (Though, I think with The Hobbit trilogy there needs to at least be an addition of Erebor)

~ J. R. R. T O L K I E N ~

It simply isn't an adventure worth telling if there aren't any dragons - J. Tolkein What he really meant was: It simply isn't an adventure worth telling if there wasn't Benedict Cumberbatch.

“How do you pick up the threads of an old life?...” - LOTR

The scene where you sob so much that the only thing louder than your pathetic hiccups is the ocean of your tears. This was so sad I am tearing up just looking at the picture!

When Filming Lord Of The Rings...

Dominic Monaghan talking about John Rhys-Davies. This proves that John Rhys-Davies is Gimli on and off the screen.

Eowyn: from the Anglo-Saxon eoh meaning war-horse, from the Anglo-Saxon wynn meaning joy or bliss.

Lotr Challenge Day Favourite Female Character- Eowyn: from the Anglo-Saxon eoh meaning war-horse, from the Anglo-Saxon wynn meaning joy or bliss.

Aragorn- "What do you fear, m'lady?" Eowyn- "A cage." <---- I love Eowyn, feminism still exists in Middle Earth!

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