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Topic: A day in the life of a Nazgul

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Being lies with Eru - Rank 1
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Date: Oct 9, 2011
A day in the life of a Nazgul

Bagend:  ?Nope, not here"

Woody End: "Nope not here"

 

"You can tell it's a hobbit; they smell like cabbage. And a bit of an ale quality, like hops and barley."   "What do hops smell like?"


After weathertop: " Dude, your clothes are all burned.   I brought a spare, but it looks too long on you.  Nasty burns.  That must hurt like heck."

 

Downstream from the Ford of Buinin: " I know he really, really wants the ring. but we can't go around like this in wet clothes. We'll never get the wrinkles out.  It's not like we could just steal something to wear. We'll  tell Him that we came back because.. uh ...because.. You tell him. I'm not telling him. Oh drat where are the horses?"



-- Edited by Imagineer on Monday 10th of October 2011 03:52:20 AM

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Lord Elrond of Rivendell - Rank 9
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Very good!



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Being lies with Eru - Rank 1
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Thank you. I'd love to hear people's ideas about what was going on before the big battle in the Hobbit. i mean, what they hey? Why were all those people there? Almost every race but Ents were there! I can't get into Beorn's head so help me. Why were the eagles there? What the hey with the elves of Mirkwood. Any ideas?

Do Dwarves have any interesting strategies when they are surrounded and can't keep going deeper underground? Do we have to know the history of the elves of Mirkwood to know what brought them out at just that hour?

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I've always wondered why the leader of the Nazgul becomes more powerful once he's introduced as "the Witch King of Angmar" (primarily in The Return of the King) and not before. In example, he seems very powerful on the fields of Pelenor, but not so much on Weathertop.



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Haldir of Lorien - Rank 6
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Teralectus,

I always figured it was possibly for 2 reasons: 1. Sauron didn't let him until the real "war" had started. and/or 2. the strength of the foe that he faced. Aragorn was no shrinking violet and the men of Minas Tirith were just men, not of the same make as Aragorn.

What I want to know is what the Nazgul did on their days off.

 



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