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Chen G.
Rohan

Jun 20, 10:22pm


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There's nothing wrong with comic-relief characters


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is an enormous difference between a major character having a lighthearted moment,* and reducing a character's entire role to comic relief.


Like I said, Gimli is basically Stephen the Irishman.

I absolutely L O V E Stephen the Irishman!


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Kael was wrong.


I don't think she was. I can't much stand Doctor Zhivago.


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This particular board on TORn was a semi-bloodbath of rants, fights, moderator interjections, trolls, and the occasional ejection of a poster from the site.

But time moves on.


Its very well without bloodbaths. Reminds me of one of the funnier things I've seen online in recent memory, and its only funny because its true:
https://www.reddit.com/r/lordoftherings/comments/h82avs/it_be_like_that/

May we continue to be this fandon and not THAT fandom.


(This post was edited by Chen G. on Jun 20, 10:35pm)


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Post edited by Chen G. (Rohan) on Jun 20, 10:28pm
Post edited by Chen G. (Rohan) on Jun 20, 10:29pm
Post edited by Chen G. (Rohan) on Jun 20, 10:30pm
Post edited by Chen G. (Rohan) on Jun 20, 10:30pm
Post edited by Chen G. (Rohan) on Jun 20, 10:35pm


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