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argorns: “The Valley of Imladris. In the Comm…

argorns:

“The Valley of Imladris. In the Common Tongue, it is known by another name.“ 

Rivendell.“

damnitloki:

damnitloki:

i know that’s how you must honour him, but to me, he was never that. he was… to me… he was—

rosedewson: There and Back Again was a book …

rosedewson:

There and Back Again was a book written by Bilbo Baggins recounting his adventures with Thorin II Oakenshield and his company during the quest to reclaim the Dwarf-realm of Erebor. Conceived as his memoirs, the book was begun by Bilbo upon his return to Bag End but not completed until his retirement in Rivendell.

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Downside to a large wedding: cost, logistics/coordination, fear of public speaking

Upside to a large wedding: probably the best opportunity I’ll ever have to say “I don’t know half of you half as well as I should like; and I like less than half of you half as well as you deserve”

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When Frodo and Bilbo became the first creatures to die in Valinor, I wonder how many elves freaked out seeing a corpse

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When Gloin says that Bilbo looks more like a grocer than a burglar Bilbo feels insulted, but his last name is Baggins which is the perfect grocer name. 

mistymovntains:

mistymovntains:

I regret to announce this is the end.

kingswealseys: where are you going? ON AN ADVE…

kingswealseys:

where are you going? ON AN ADVENTURE!

The Middle-Earth aesthetic | The Lord of the R…

The Middle-Earth aesthetic | The Lord of the Rings’ quotes

Frodo
halted for a moment, looking back. Elrond was in his chair and the fire was on
his face like summer-light upon the trees. Near him sat the Lady Arwen. To his
surprise Frodo saw that Aragorn stood beside her; his dark cloak was thrown
back, and he seemed to be clad in elven-mail, and a star shone on his breast.
They spoke together, and then suddenly it seemed to Frodo that Arwen turned
towards him, and the light of her eyes fell on him from afar and pierced his
heart.

He stood
still enchanted, while the sweet syllables of the elvish song fell like clear
jewels of blended word and melody. ‘It is a song to Elbereth,’ said Bilbo.
‘They will sing that, and other songs of the Blessed Realm, many times tonight.
Come on!’

J.R.R.Tolkien,
The Lord of the Rings,

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