franchise: lord of the rings

Characters I get confused in my mind because of the fandom:

Thranduil
Lucius Malfoy

Cause like they both drink wine, embarrass their sons and are too extra to function. There is crossover fan fiction,right?

I have important questions that need answered…like
Who would win in a fight?
Who would spend more on Gucci?
Hair flip battle?
According to them, who’s son is the biggest disappointment while simultaneously the best son to ever exist in the nine realms?
Who wore it better: Uggs version
What would their YouTube channel be about?
Who can drink the most wine before jumping up on the bar and singing 80s power ballads?

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“Secrets in the Shadows” will be following a amnesiac Hobbit, an outcast hypnotized Elf, and later on a Wraith who desires to find more meaning in his life. They are following Bilbo Baggins and the Dwarves to be a part of the treasure. Sometimes they are directly a part of the group, other times they are following behind secretly.


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Ok so I’m rereading fellowship and it keeps mentioning people sending and receiving letters and I just keep imagining some kind of Middle-Earth pony express, like some disgruntled Took having to go the whole way out to the Lonely Mountain to give them a copy of Bilbo’s latest self-indulgent poetry or whatever and being like goddamn it Bilbo I am not dying so Gloin can read two stanzas about your friend Aragorn jfc

iconic parts of lord of the rings that sadly didn’t make it into the films:
  • Frodo and Sam getting into a fight about rope
  • Gandalf and Aragorn tag-team sassing a convalescent Merry about the location of his pack
  • the massive intra-Fellowship fight about how fair or unfair it is for people to be blindfolded
  • “DO AS YOU PLEASE IN YOUR MADNESS! I WISH TO SEE NO EYES!”
  • Legolas coming all the way from Mirkwood to deliver bad news and get bitched at by Glóin
  • Bilbo’s passive-aggressive notes to his annoying relatives
  • Aragorn and Éomer leaning on their swords to take a break and chat in the middle of a fight (twice)
  • Saruman appearing out of nowhere and harassing the Three Hunters like a DND random encounter
  • the disco ball/oil slick/sequin robes
  • basically every time Ioreth or the Master of the Houses of Healing says anything
  • Pippin jumping into his bath and soaking literally everyone
  • Bilbo’s song about Eärendil and Aragorn trying to gently point out that some topics of conversation are Sensitive
  • Frodo deciding that the best way to be inconspicuous is with a loud obnoxious song about when the Moon got drunk

feel free to add your own

Tom Bombadil is the best/most amusing character in anything I’ve ever read because here you have this dude who skips around the forest all day and sings nonsense songs about himself, and the One Ring, the single most powerful object in all of Middle Earth that a fucking ancient evil is furiously searching for, has absolutely no effect on him. He pops it on and doesn’t turn invisible like most do when they accessorize themselves with the pure manifestation of power and greed but instead pulls some sleight of hand shenanigans and makes it disappear into thin air like a party trick before casually flipping it back to Frodo. Frodo asks Tom’s wife who the hell he is and she just responds “He is” because Tommyboy over here is fucking beyond mortal description. The elves, who are essentially immortal themselves, refer to to this guy as “the Elderest” because he was there before any of even the oldest beings on the planet could remember. The only reason the Fellowship didn’t pick the guy to journey to and destroy the Ring in Mordor was because he might accidentally displace the whispering hellcircle that even Gandalf, a primordial spirit that helped in shaping the world, was afraid to touch because Tom Bombadil just doesn’t give a shit. So the character that many scholars speculate is the supreme being and one true god of Tolkien’s entire universe is just this secondary character that refers to himself in third person and fishes in the forest while writing iffy poetry