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Movie Discussion: The Hobbit
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  Collapse Bad timing for the Hobbit trilogy? moreorless 2003 66 Dec 27 2016, 12:57pm Jump to last post in thread (by Kelly of Water's Edge)
       No, I don't think so Thrain II 1775 0 Dec 27 2016, 2:03pm
       I see your point. Ettelewen 1763 0 Dec 27 2016, 3:22pm
       I don't think timing had much to do with it... wizzardly 1744 0 Dec 27 2016, 5:52pm
       Interesting idea Noria 1712 0 Dec 27 2016, 8:33pm
       Collapse hmm imin 1704 19 Dec 27 2016, 9:38pm
           Collapse Definitely agree with this. Misty Mountain Hop 1605 3 Dec 28 2016, 3:38pm
               Collapse Prep and Filming Otaku-sempai 1602 2 Dec 28 2016, 4:08pm
                   Collapse The film rights were about to expire. Darkstone 1590 1 Dec 28 2016, 5:14pm
                       Yes. Otaku-sempai 1570 0 Dec 28 2016, 6:09pm
           Collapse Yeah I'd agree with this more strongly than my OP moreorless 1481 2 Dec 29 2016, 6:36am
               Collapse It will be interesting to see if the next Pirates movie - Dead Men Tell No Tales - Eruonen 1445 1 Dec 29 2016, 2:42pm
                   Several factors at play there potentially... moreorless 1359 0 Dec 30 2016, 5:48am
           Collapse I agree about the lack of pre-production glor 1216 11 Dec 30 2016, 11:24pm
               Well said! Gimli1252 766 0 Dec 31 2016, 8:11am
               Collapse Well said! Gimli1252 763 9 Dec 31 2016, 8:11am
                   Collapse From start to finish, PJ's Hobbit is a wretched disaster... wizzardly 734 8 Dec 31 2016, 3:20pm
                       Collapse I've yet to see any of the fan edits... Salmacis81 716 7 Dec 31 2016, 4:39pm
                           Collapse I don't have much interest in fan edits... wizzardly 644 6 Jan 1, 9:22pm
                               Collapse Or is it? Otaku-sempai 621 5 Jan 2, 12:37pm
                                   I sure hope so... wizzardly 609 0 Jan 2, 3:34pm
                                   Collapse The film rights run out? imin 606 3 Jan 2, 4:07pm
                                       Collapse Hypothetically. Otaku-sempai 534 2 Jan 3, 2:25am
                                           Collapse Yes Darkstone 450 1 Jan 3, 4:44pm
                                               Keeping it In-house Otaku-sempai 419 0 Jan 3, 8:50pm
       Collapse I don't know that those films are necessarily lighter compared to The Hobbit. Eruonen 1676 1 Dec 28 2016, 1:00am
           I think there is a difference personally... moreorless 1482 0 Dec 29 2016, 6:33am
       On the contrary Kilidoescartwheels 1675 0 Dec 28 2016, 1:08am
       Collapse Possibly.... dormouse 1452 18 Dec 29 2016, 2:49pm
           Collapse Financial success sure...not as big as they had hoped I'm sure, but ok... wizzardly 1310 17 Dec 30 2016, 2:28pm
               Collapse Come on, wizzardly, the Hobbit films aren't 'despicable'... dormouse 1313 16 Dec 30 2016, 3:01pm
                   Collapse Dunno Darkstone 1308 1 Dec 30 2016, 3:18pm
                       Not this naysayer... wizzardly 1288 0 Dec 30 2016, 3:57pm
                   PS: In my post above for '2015' read '2014'. Oops! :-) // dormouse 1291 0 Dec 30 2016, 3:37pm
                   Collapse I find them quite despicable personally... wizzardly 1289 12 Dec 30 2016, 3:49pm
                       Collapse Most would say 'nothing'? Otaku-sempai 1249 11 Dec 30 2016, 8:48pm
                           Collapse Objective? LittleHobbit 590 10 Jan 2, 7:53pm
                               Collapse Objectively speaking... wizzardly 575 2 Jan 2, 9:12pm
                                   Collapse Well, thanks for the input... LittleHobbit 567 1 Jan 2, 10:00pm
                                       The joy of discussion Ataahua 560 0 Jan 2, 10:42pm
                               Opinions... No One in Particular 540 0 Jan 3, 1:06am
                               Collapse Objective Film Criticism Otaku-sempai 527 5 Jan 3, 2:42am
                                   Collapse Hmmm .... I don't know about this dormouse 506 4 Jan 3, 10:07am
                                       Collapse That seems too simple though. Otaku-sempai 488 3 Jan 3, 2:21pm
                                           Of course there are standards that filmmakers and critics learn in film school. Noria 461 0 Jan 3, 4:13pm
                                           Collapse Different aesthetic theories have their own accompanying package of standards, no? KW 440 1 Jan 3, 6:49pm
                                               You make good points, KW. Otaku-sempai 416 0 Jan 3, 8:51pm
       Collapse box office wise 1924 348 1 Jan 4, 10:35pm
           I think you may be correct... wizzardly 337 0 Jan 4, 11:43pm
       Collapse Nothing to do with timing. And years later, my dislike for The Hobbit trilogy has only grown. Gandalf the Green 224 1 Jan 11, 11:27am
           Fair enough Noria 664 0 Jan 11, 1:26pm
       Collapse By the way, Rogue One gets such a positive reception because... Gandalf the Green 676 14 Jan 11, 11:30am
           Collapse Sorry but Rogue One gets a positive reception because.... Gimli1252 670 12 Jan 11, 2:26pm
               Collapse There's not much truth to that. Fan-service is The Force Awakens, but Rogue One went well beyond that. Gandalf the Green 576 11 Jan 12, 11:11am
                   Collapse Whoa - I think that's a massive overstatement...... dormouse 559 10 Jan 12, 4:37pm
                       Collapse Rogue One may have fewer characters, but The Hobbit is 410 minutes longer... Gandalf the Green 547 9 Jan 12, 6:37pm
                           Collapse But you're still doing it... dormouse 551 1 Jan 12, 7:03pm
                               Because you're right. Gandalf the Green 483 0 Jan 13, 1:33pm
                           Collapse I am another who felt an emotional attachment to the Dwarves. Noria 523 6 Jan 12, 10:21pm
                               Collapse Indeed, its always a criticism that felt pointless to me... moreorless 497 5 Jan 13, 8:10am
                                   Collapse "Too many hobbits!" Darkstone 473 4 Jan 13, 5:07pm
                                       Collapse Yeah, right... Gandalf the Green 443 3 Jan 14, 2:05am
                                           Merry and Pippins roles moreorless 429 0 Jan 14, 4:23am
                                           To be fear Smaug the iron 406 0 Jan 14, 7:52am
                                           Exactly! Darkstone 380 0 Jan 14, 6:06pm
           I think nostalgia helped if not as much as with The Force Awakens... moreorless 653 0 Jan 11, 5:03pm
       The timing was necessary - at least for filming, if not release. Kelly of Water's Edge 75 0 Feb 15, 7:50pm

  Collapse The Hobbit Caption Contest XXXVII StingingFly 818 12 Dec 23 2016, 2:55pm Jump to last post in thread (by Otaku-sempai)
       "I like big butts and I cannot lie, Ataahua 754 0 Dec 23 2016, 6:52pm
       Azog the Defiler is caught off guard as the Whos down in Whoville, the tall and the small, was singing a song that was merry for all. Belegdir 744 0 Dec 23 2016, 8:05pm
       As Thorin & Azog finish their do-si-do Azog slips, Bracegirdle 743 0 Dec 23 2016, 8:30pm
       Collapse Azog and Thorin fail to place in the Middle-earth Pair Skating Olymic competition... Otaku-sempai 742 4 Dec 23 2016, 10:50pm
           Collapse Winner!... StingingFly 540 1 Dec 29 2016, 10:54pm
               Thank you! Otaku-sempai 531 0 Dec 30 2016, 12:52am
           Collapse Azog did get points for sticking that Triple Lurtz.// L. Ron Halfelven 523 1 Dec 30 2016, 1:48am
               Indeed! // Otaku-sempai 517 0 Dec 30 2016, 2:04am
       You're skating on thin ice, pal... // cats16 688 0 Dec 26 2016, 12:34am
       Coac: "Hey, Azog! Yer mother wears combat boots!" Azog: "That's a lie! She hasn't worn combat boots since she was in the commandos!!" / Darkstone 610 0 Dec 27 2016, 9:51pm
       Fat-bottomed Dwarves, you make the rockin' world go round!// Kilidoescartwheels 603 0 Dec 28 2016, 12:53am
       Azog begins to wonder if Thorin had an ulterior motive.... dormouse 571 0 Dec 29 2016, 2:33pm

  Collapse Hobbit trilogy positives? Jacob0407 1665 26 Dec 22 2016, 7:37pm Jump to last post in thread (by FrogmortonJustice65)
       Howard Shore's music wasn't bad... wizzardly 1536 0 Dec 22 2016, 9:03pm
       Many many things DainPig 1511 0 Dec 23 2016, 1:36am
       The actors, definitely Kilidoescartwheels 1499 0 Dec 23 2016, 3:37am
       Far too little! Silmaril 1482 0 Dec 23 2016, 10:05am
       It had Hobbits and Elves and Orcs, oh my! // Bracegirdle 1455 0 Dec 23 2016, 2:34pm
       Well..... dormouse 1443 0 Dec 23 2016, 5:05pm
       Collapse As someone who mostly dislikes them.. KW 1436 2 Dec 23 2016, 6:35pm
           Collapse I agree... wizzardly 1422 1 Dec 23 2016, 9:01pm
               ha. KW 1357 0 Dec 24 2016, 1:40pm
       Well Thrain II 1343 0 Dec 24 2016, 4:42pm
       PJ got many things right but here are just a few of my favourites. Noria 1236 0 Dec 26 2016, 2:18pm
       Most of the cultures and weaponry, particularly the dwarves... StingingFly 1107 0 Dec 28 2016, 11:23pm
       Some of the casting choices... Salmacis81 1021 0 Dec 31 2016, 4:57pm
       plenty of things 1924 856 0 Jan 6, 4:37am
       Collapse Well... Gandalf the Green 780 8 Jan 9, 1:12am
           Collapse Review The Battle of the Five Armies AlexanderLegroux 462 7 Jan 25, 5:25pm
               Collapse Physically impossible Smaug the iron 462 6 Jan 25, 6:37pm
                   Collapse Impossible Gandalf the Green 341 5 Feb 4, 12:53pm
                       Collapse Unless... Otaku-sempai 340 4 Feb 4, 2:04pm
                           Collapse It makes some sense, though TheOnlyOneAroundWithAnySense 270 3 Feb 6, 4:12am
                               Collapse Funny... LittleHobbit 268 2 Feb 6, 4:44am
                                   Probably not. Otaku-sempai 240 0 Feb 6, 2:56pm
                                   Probably not. Otaku-sempai 240 0 Feb 6, 2:56pm
       There were some promising things in AUJ Glorfindela 322 0 Feb 5, 12:28am
       5% Avnar 157 0 Feb 7, 4:24am
       Certain scenes in the Hobbit trilogy are more or less as strong as any content from LOTR FrogmortonJustice65 52 0 Feb 13, 6:08am

Moved: Bomby izz Back fur only ONE Ringie.. Dingie? Bombadil - - Dec 22 2016, 4:57pm Jump to last post in thread (by Bombadil)

  Collapse The Hobbit Caption Contest XXXVI Belegdir 614 13 Dec 19 2016, 3:09pm Jump to last post in thread (by StingingFly)
       After the incident with the chipped glasses and the cracked plates, the House of Blitherin ate separately from the other students at Hogwarts. / Darkstone 538 0 Dec 19 2016, 7:34pm
       After 7 years living alone in Bag End Bilbo finds a use for his obsessive food hoarding. // Bracegirdle 526 0 Dec 19 2016, 8:56pm
       Collapse Before going out on patrol, Beorn told the dwarves that his animal servants would 'make a great feast' for them...this is what he returned home to. // StingingFly 518 2 Dec 19 2016, 9:25pm
           Collapse Winner! Belegdir 366 1 Dec 23 2016, 12:48pm
               Thank you Belegdir... StingingFly 355 0 Dec 23 2016, 2:37pm
       When fingers really were made before forks... // dormouse 507 0 Dec 19 2016, 11:19pm
       God bless us, every one. // Meneldor 504 0 Dec 20 2016, 12:09am
       Kili realizes that Dwalin totally fails at the 'fist bump'.// Kilidoescartwheels 477 0 Dec 20 2016, 6:10pm
       Where are the finger gloves? Yngwulff 460 0 Dec 20 2016, 9:23pm
       Gandalf picks up the check... Elarie 446 0 Dec 21 2016, 2:34am
       Everyone was so caught up in the feast, they didn't notice that Fili had been replaced by an impostor. MyWeeLadGimli 422 0 Dec 21 2016, 5:28pm
       Collapse Food, glorious food, Lissuin 411 1 Dec 21 2016, 6:55pm
           *Applause!* // dormouse 402 0 Dec 21 2016, 7:10pm

  Collapse "We've lost the light" DainPig 1406 28 Dec 15 2016, 9:38pm Jump to last post in thread (by Otaku-sempai)
       Collapse I personally had nothing against this scene. OldestDaughter 1314 4 Dec 15 2016, 10:07pm
           Collapse Many people hated this scene DainPig 1304 3 Dec 15 2016, 10:32pm
               I can see that. OldestDaughter 1300 0 Dec 15 2016, 10:36pm
               Collapse Yes, but... Otaku-sempai 1165 1 Dec 16 2016, 10:31pm
                   It's about emotion, skyofcoffeebeans 1105 0 Dec 17 2016, 9:20pm
       Collapse Not good, but not terrible... StingingFly 1294 11 Dec 15 2016, 11:45pm
           Collapse The front gate was deemed too dangerous.... Eruonen 1000 10 Dec 19 2016, 4:18am
               Good point... Otaku-sempai 958 0 Dec 19 2016, 1:35pm
               Collapse If the secret door is blocked, you have to go with plan B... StingingFly 909 8 Dec 19 2016, 9:54pm
                   Well, we don't know if they would have as they were leaving Eruonen 895 0 Dec 20 2016, 12:22am
                   Collapse What Plan B? Otaku-sempai 889 6 Dec 20 2016, 1:19am
                       Collapse I would ask, 'what doesn't end up being plan B?'... StingingFly 862 5 Dec 20 2016, 10:23am
                           Collapse In the movie, one Plan B would be to wait another year and search for the door. Eruonen 834 4 Dec 20 2016, 6:31pm
                               The film made things more urgent. Belegdir 830 0 Dec 20 2016, 6:41pm
                               Collapse True... Otaku-sempai 813 2 Dec 20 2016, 8:48pm
                                   Collapse Ah, but would Sauron have launched had Smaug not been killed? Eruonen 802 1 Dec 20 2016, 9:24pm
                                       I think so, yes. Otaku-sempai 781 0 Dec 21 2016, 12:49am
       I too had nothing against that scene Noria 1236 0 Dec 16 2016, 12:48pm
       I don't think it was a bad scene Kilidoescartwheels 1214 0 Dec 16 2016, 4:26pm
       Too fast Avandel 1178 0 Dec 16 2016, 8:34pm
       Collapse No idea who 'many people', but I think it works very well..... dormouse 1067 1 Dec 18 2016, 9:36am
           It also throws another wrench in the works TheOnlyOneAroundWithAnySense 1017 0 Dec 19 2016, 1:36am
       Collapse I think it worked in movie terms Elarie 779 1 Dec 21 2016, 2:25am
           As someone who has not read the books Isilmo 429 0 Jan 16, 1:27pm
       Collapse Thorin would have never given up ! VeArkenstone 87 3 Jan 29, 8:11pm
           Collapse Ah! But what else could he do? Otaku-sempai 85 2 Jan 29, 9:08pm
               Collapse This is all true, but .... VeArkenstone 33 1 Feb 6, 7:54pm
                   The Dwarves' Camp Otaku-sempai 28 0 Feb 6, 10:17pm

  Collapse The Hobbit Caption Contest XXXV Bracegirdle 769 16 Dec 15 2016, 6:21pm Jump to last post in thread (by Belegdir)
       Collapse Bilbo examines the Stargate instruction manual for how to turn off dwarf-mode. / Ataahua 707 1 Dec 15 2016, 7:14pm
         Ha! Pesky dwarves. // Lissuin 699 0 Dec 15 2016, 7:59pm
       "I ain't gonna direct this film" DainPig 690 0 Dec 15 2016, 8:38pm
       Collapse The dwarves become troubled as Bilbo works out the finishing touches on the bill for their Unexpected Party. Belegdir 679 2 Dec 15 2016, 10:21pm
           Collapse And the WINNER IS: Bracegirdle 474 1 Dec 19 2016, 3:35am
               Thank you. *sniff* Belegdir 461 0 Dec 19 2016, 2:37pm
       Bilbo is puzzled as he reads the casting call for Hobbit and sees that certain Benedict Cumberbatch will play a certain dragon. OldestDaughter 677 0 Dec 15 2016, 10:29pm
       Freeman searches in vain for his character in the script for Desolation of Smaug. // StingingFly 668 0 Dec 15 2016, 11:53pm
       Bilbo: Yes, I know what a bucket list is... Kilidoescartwheels 658 0 Dec 16 2016, 4:19am
       Bilbo is confounded by his cable bill. // Otaku-sempai 634 0 Dec 16 2016, 1:35pm
     Collapse After seeing the "Calendar", Bilbo scours his contract to make sure he doesn't have to do the fountain scene.// Dame Ioreth 627 1 Dec 16 2016, 2:00pm
           Ha! / Ataahua 606 0 Dec 16 2016, 8:37pm
       "Hmmm. This Non-Disclosure Agreement looks pretty iron-clad. Lissuin 596 0 Dec 17 2016, 2:08am
       Thorin: "Is he ACTUALLY reading the fine print?" Cuwen Maegmacil 574 0 Dec 17 2016, 5:28am
       Another pop-up?! Meneldor 561 0 Dec 17 2016, 1:40pm
       The Baggins in him growing stronger..... dormouse 503 0 Dec 18 2016, 9:29am

  Collapse The Mummy '99 reference in DOS? Legolas_Shoehorn 557 6 Dec 15 2016, 10:20am Jump to last post in thread (by No One in Particular)
       Collapse I think it's just coincidence dormouse 534 5 Dec 15 2016, 11:13am
           Collapse Wraith ~ Physical Body Issue Legolas_Shoehorn 528 4 Dec 15 2016, 12:41pm
               Collapse But even in the book the Witch King had a physical body... dormouse 518 3 Dec 15 2016, 1:34pm
                   There were more than just chains holding the Nazgul in the tombs. Meneldor 499 0 Dec 15 2016, 3:46pm
                   Collapse There is another possibility Legolas_Shoehorn 497 1 Dec 15 2016, 3:50pm
                       What's in a wraith...? No One in Particular 384 0 Dec 18 2016, 4:11am

  Collapse The Hobbit Caption Contest XXXIV Ataahua 960 16 Dec 10 2016, 3:30am Jump to last post in thread (by Bracegirdle)
       PJ: "Go that way and don't stop" DainPig 852 0 Dec 10 2016, 3:20pm
       "Danger? No - we have it all in hand..... dormouse 846 0 Dec 10 2016, 4:39pm
       -No really, guys, how's this for another cool tie-in? Lissuin 835 0 Dec 10 2016, 8:03pm
       Collapse PJ: “Barrels Out of Bounds!” // Bracegirdle 820 3 Dec 10 2016, 8:38pm
         Mods up! // Lissuin 786 0 Dec 11 2016, 2:37am
           Collapse Winner! Ataahua 439 1 Dec 14 2016, 10:36pm
               I'm humbled. Thanks Ataahua. :) I'll get on it! // Bracegirdle 397 0 Dec 15 2016, 1:24pm
       What happens when... Elarie 724 0 Dec 11 2016, 6:51pm
       Collapse PJ: "Now just upriver here you're going to see THE SHARK. Remember, you are going to JUMP right over it!" // StingingFly 706 1 Dec 11 2016, 9:18pm
           lol...good one! wizzardly 666 0 Dec 12 2016, 2:20am
       Look. If you get this take right you won't have to carry the barrels back upstream. Belegdir 610 0 Dec 12 2016, 4:49pm
       "Turn left after 12 smiles, take a right after 7 kilowatts, go straight for 10 bamfurlongs, and then when you come to a fork in the river, take it." / Darkstone 598 0 Dec 12 2016, 6:23pm
       That smart-arse Freeman through my lunch box in the river about 10 minutes ago Belegdir 600 0 Dec 12 2016, 6:41pm
       caption LSF 599 0 Dec 12 2016, 7:05pm
       . Fereth 582 0 Dec 12 2016, 9:41pm
       The rock band "Spinal Tap" has yet another mishap on their comeback tour.... Kilidoescartwheels 521 0 Dec 13 2016, 3:28pm

  Collapse Cuppa with Peter Jackson matzu 1186 2 Dec 5 2016, 11:23pm Jump to last post in thread (by matzu)
       Collapse Spider webs Elarie 1031 1 Dec 6 2016, 7:14pm
           Thanks matzu 1002 0 Dec 6 2016, 9:58pm

  Collapse The Hobbit Caption Contest XXXIII Darkstone 1426 19 Dec 2 2016, 2:25pm Jump to last post in thread (by Ataahua)
       I ran into some unsavory characters - they mistook me for E-T Kilidoescartwheels 1336 0 Dec 2 2016, 3:21pm
       Thorin is doomed as he sees as Gandalf gives to him the sign of the Black Spot. OldestDaughter 1328 0 Dec 2 2016, 3:27pm
       Gandalf: Maaaan, you're rolling it too tight! It'll burn too fast. Here, let me do that... Belegdir 1322 0 Dec 2 2016, 4:10pm
       Middle-earth doggy bag. // Lissuin 1313 0 Dec 2 2016, 4:47pm
       Excuse me, waiter? Meneldor 1299 0 Dec 2 2016, 8:49pm
       "Okay, so, pretend this dirty rag is Radagast's house...The spiders come creeping in, just like this!"// StingingFly 1291 0 Dec 2 2016, 9:16pm
       Collapse By Georges de la Tour (detail)..... dormouse 1286 1 Dec 2 2016, 11:21pm
           With apologies for the spelling mistake.... dormouse 1243 0 Dec 3 2016, 9:00am
       Gandalf's first try at Ouiji -ing. Dame Ioreth 1278 0 Dec 3 2016, 2:25am
       “And Carc usually hangs out near this knoll here.” Bracegirdle 1265 0 Dec 3 2016, 4:29am
       Collapse Ahem, Thorin I think the bill is yours, here you willl see that before Eruonen 1198 1 Dec 3 2016, 4:11pm
           Thorin: No, that was Bombur's Kilidoescartwheels 1087 0 Dec 5 2016, 3:47am
       "'In a hole in the ground there lived a Hobbit.' Man, Bilbo's writing career is never going to take off." MyWeeLadGimli 1064 0 Dec 5 2016, 7:37am
       Collapse "Gollum? He was a gangrel creature, and he wore this for a loincloth." / Ataahua 1019 3 Dec 6 2016, 12:49am
           Ew, ew, ew! // Starling 986 0 Dec 6 2016, 9:16am
           Collapse That's just plain nasty. Also that's THE WINNER! Darkstone 655 1 Dec 9 2016, 2:06pm
               Whoop-whoop! Ataahua 638 0 Dec 9 2016, 7:20pm
       Gandalf: "take a look at my drawing" DainPig 971 0 Dec 6 2016, 3:00pm
       If they're going to make us wipe down our own table... Elarie 780 0 Dec 9 2016, 3:59am

  Collapse AUJ's prologue: deleted scene DainPig 955 4 Dec 1 2016, 1:26am Jump to last post in thread (by Darkstone)
       Collapse I presume you mean the brief glimpse at 3:04 Omnigeek 938 1 Dec 1 2016, 2:34am
           "Like water flowing & swirling around the opponent." Darkstone 880 0 Dec 1 2016, 2:20pm
       There always are a lot of ideas they experiment with..... dormouse 904 0 Dec 1 2016, 9:18am
       Interesting. OldestDaughter 886 0 Dec 1 2016, 1:13pm

  Moved: Did somebody make a Hobbit video about me? HOBBITFAN13 - - Nov 29 2016, 9:30pm Jump to last post in thread (by HOBBITFAN13)

  Collapse Dwarf weapon selection - choices, choices Eruonen 907 15 Nov 28 2016, 11:55pm Jump to last post in thread (by Eruonen)
       Collapse You forgot Dwalin's axes, Grasper and Keeper. ange1e4e5 860 1 Nov 29 2016, 2:22am
           Ah yes, good choice Eruonen 840 0 Nov 29 2016, 5:51am
       Oin's staff MyWeeLadGimli 832 0 Nov 29 2016, 7:19am
       Collapse A couple of possibilities... StingingFly 774 1 Nov 29 2016, 9:16pm
           Yeah, I forgot about the bow. Certainly a good choice along with a blade for close in. Eruonen 767 0 Nov 29 2016, 9:39pm
       Collapse I'd go with axes, myself Kilidoescartwheels 728 2 Nov 30 2016, 3:10pm
           Collapse In the dwarf line up p;hoto Dwalin far right has a large hammer like weapon Eruonen 725 1 Nov 30 2016, 3:15pm
               hammer LSF 709 0 Nov 30 2016, 5:58pm
       Collapse from the list given: weathertop 703 2 Nov 30 2016, 7:02pm
           Collapse Nori's staff is smaller than Oin's. ange1e4e5 701 1 Nov 30 2016, 7:22pm
               it may be 'shorter' smaller weathertop 688 0 Nov 30 2016, 8:42pm
       Bifur's spear LSF 693 0 Nov 30 2016, 7:48pm
       Collapse How can a staff be used as a weapon? DainPig 677 2 Dec 1 2016, 1:09am
           You're kidding, right? Omnigeek 672 0 Dec 1 2016, 2:37am
           Simply look up "Staff as a weapon" and you will see plenty of videos.... Eruonen 669 0 Dec 1 2016, 3:57am

  Collapse Hobbit Caption Contest XXXII Dame Ioreth 897 14 Nov 27 2016, 10:40pm Jump to last post in thread (by Darkstone)
       Collapse Rembrandt's "Syndics of the Lollipop Guild" is often considered a work of lesser stature. / Darkstone 822 2 Nov 27 2016, 10:56pm
           Collapse It was a tough choice Dame Ioreth 596 1 Dec 1 2016, 8:17pm
               Cool! Thanks! Darkstone 565 0 Dec 2 2016, 2:17pm
       Gandalf: See guys? I told you I can just blink and the dishes would be clean. OldestDaughter 816 0 Nov 27 2016, 11:29pm
       caption LSF 819 0 Nov 27 2016, 11:38pm
       Gandalf "Really, it wasn't me! Come on, admit it Dori!" Eruonen 811 0 Nov 27 2016, 11:59pm
       Gandalf to a confusticated Bilbo: Bracegirdle 774 0 Nov 28 2016, 2:25pm
       "...and just wait till you see what we've done in the bathroom!" // dormouse 763 0 Nov 28 2016, 2:32pm
       Gandalf: "This is just the beginning, you fool" DainPig 758 0 Nov 28 2016, 3:58pm
       Gandalf: "This is the weirdest christmas party I have ever been to. This is even worst then Elrond's summer party, and that is saying something." Smaug the iron 727 0 Nov 28 2016, 6:25pm
       Bifur: "I don't get what's so funny, we were just doing the dishes" MyWeeLadGimli 690 0 Nov 29 2016, 7:16am
       Bilbo catches Gandalf telling yet another hairy foot joke - Kilidoescartwheels 654 0 Nov 30 2016, 2:54pm
       Gandalf: Antiques indeed Bilbo... I got all these at Shirekea for a tuppence. Belegdir 644 0 Nov 30 2016, 5:23pm
       "Nothing beats a dwarven spit shine...wouldn't you agree Mr. Baggins?"// StingingFly 621 0 Nov 30 2016, 11:47pm
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