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Who would be interested in a new Reading Room project - 'favourite chapters'?



noWizardme
Valinor


Nov 17 2019, 3:10pm


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Who would be interested in a new Reading Room project - 'favourite chapters'?

The Reading Room has traditionally had some kind of organised project going on, and it's unusual that we weren't able to organise anything new at the end of the 2018 Hobbit read-through. Perhaps that's why things currently seem very quiet, with few posts or posters.

How about an idea from the 'whither the Reading Room' discussion of nearly a year ago - that people should present a favourite chapter, saying why it is their favourite, and then host a discussion of that chapter for a week?

I'm imagining that the presenter each week acts like a Chapter Leader in a readthrough - that is, they write something that can start a discussion about the chapter, and they check in sometimes during the week to reply to reactions. What and how much they want to write - one post or several; long or short; deeply learned or more 'a new reader's reaction' - is up to them.

Such a scheme should be:
=>Workable even with a small number of participants (c.f a traditonal read-through that can't proceed unless a leader is found for every chapter of the book).

=>Should be inclusive - someone who has read a book even once can have a favourite chapter and be able to say why it is their favourite. And they alone are right about that, even if other people have a different opinion of the chapter. Therefore I'd hope that we'd hear from people who don't usually post, if that's because they worry about their lack of expertise. But we don't know the answers to 'lurkers, why do ye lurk?'

=>Needn't stick to a schedule. It would be best if we had a discussion each week, or some other consistent basis, in the hope of getting folks to hang out in the RR a bit more (and perhaps post other thoughts & questions). But if someone can't do their chapter on time, it shouldn't matter much. Unlike a traditonal read-through, there won't be an organiser (me on several occasions!) who has to scurry around finding a replacement, or presenting the chapter themselves at the last minute.

=> Needn't be a whole lot of work for the presenter of the chapter or for any organiser (an important point since I seem to be implicitly volunteering to organise it!)

I suggest that chapters are from one of Tolkien's most popular works: LOTR, The Hobbit or Silmarillion. Assuming that everyone has (or can get access to) those works seems like a reasonable requirement, whereas if we allow any Tolkien work then people may be excluded by not having, say A House For Mr. Baggins*.

What do you think? if you're already up for presenting a chapter, would you reply with just the chapter title, in caps, as the title of your post (e.g. A KNIFE IN THE DARK?). You can say more in your post if you want, but please use that format in your post title- That helps everyone else scanning the thread to see which chapters have been taken, and makes offers stand out from other discussion. Otherwise it becomes a little tedious to try and work out who has offered to do what

Thanks.



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*This unpublished work was to describe Bungo Baggins' struggle to develop an authentic and self-determined life for himself, to be symbollised by the successful completion of a house. Presumably at the end he either buys or constructs Bag End. But how Bungo was to overcome the forces of fate, prophecy and the machinations of his wife's clan we never find out -- Tolkien only drafted the plot and then abdononed the idea after a furious argument with VS Naipaul.
And anyway I just made all that up.

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"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.


Otaku-sempai
Immortal


Nov 17 2019, 3:16pm


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It's an interesting suggestion...

...I don't know, though, if I could do it justice. Here's hoping for more enthusiastic responses!

#FidelityToTolkien


squire
Half-elven


Nov 18 2019, 2:24am


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I would be glad to participate

Looking over my files, I see that I've already led discussions of many of my 'favorite chapters'. (All-time favorite and one of the first discussions I led in this forum: LotR IV.4 "Of Herbs and Stewed Rabbit".) But there are always more!

For instance:
Lord of the Rings I.2 "The Shadow of the Past"
Silmarillion 24 "Of the Voyage of Earendil and the War of Wrath"
The Hobbit 2 "Roast Mutton"

Thanks for thinking of this approach, NoWiz.



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priell3
Lorien


Nov 18 2019, 3:05am


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Sounds Interesting

I would participate in some fashion.

MikeP


demnation
Rohan

Nov 18 2019, 8:23am


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THE WINDOW ON THE WEST

Been many years since I've participated in TORN much less a reading room discussion. Seems like the perfect opportunity to jump back in.

"It is not our part to master all the tides of the world, but to do what is in us for the succour of those years wherein we are set, uprooting the evil in the fields that we know, so that those who live after may have clean earth to till. What weather they shall have is not ours to rule." Gandalf, "The Last Debate."


ElanorTX
Grey Havens


Nov 18 2019, 8:47am


Views: 1454
haven't chosen a chapter yet

but am interested in participating. Perhaps THE STEWARD AND THE KING ?
I tend to lurk on RR because of the great minds on it. I wanted to organize a Tolkien Reader read-through at the start of 2019 but became caught up in housebuying and travel, then illness, instead.

ElanorTX

"I shall not wholly fail if anything can still grow fair in days to come."



noWizardme
Valinor


Nov 18 2019, 12:13pm


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Thank you - those of us who have posted a lot already...

Thanks squire - good to have you along.

Those of us who have posted a lot already will of course have the problem of not merely repeating ourselves. For example, I don't think I'll choose Counci of Elrond, or Mount Doom, or many other chapters. Not because I don't like them, but because my thoughts and ideas haven't moved on from the last time I led a discussion of that chapter. So I'm hoping that we will have a good balance of 'usual suspects' and people who haven't posted for a while, if at all. Although it's fiun to put together my htoughts on a chapter, I already know what those are, and so it's really nice to read something or somebody new.

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"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.


noWizardme
Valinor


Nov 18 2019, 12:14pm


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Great to have you along - whether as a chapter leader, or as a replier!

Have a think, and then let us know what you might do!

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"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.


noWizardme
Valinor


Nov 18 2019, 12:20pm


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Let us know when you decide! (and don't worry about the 'great minds' problem)

It will be good to have you along.

And as regards 'great minds' - well not having a great mind never stopped me Wink And if anyone should think I have a 'great mind' then thank you, but I don't mean it to inhibit other participants.

More seriously though, I think the Reading Room is in trouble if all the posting is left to The Usual Suspects. Speaking for myself, I may have now have posted much of what I have to post, and the emergence of a new generation of regular posters would be something I'd like very much. In fact, I mean this project to be a chance for them to come forward.

I hope you're better now! Of course, circumstances such as illness and busyness can cause anyone to take a break from the Reading Room. And I don't mean to pressure anyone to take part in RR projects if they'd find it a burden. But I hope there are a good few people who haven't contributed so much recently (or ever) but would be willing to give it a go this time.

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"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.


(This post was edited by noWizardme on Nov 18 2019, 12:29pm)


noWizardme
Valinor


Nov 18 2019, 12:21pm


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Excellent choice - that's a lovely chapter. //

 

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"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.


noWizardme
Valinor


Nov 18 2019, 12:28pm


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Schedule?

I'm eager to keep the administration as simple as possible (though no simpler).

I suggest that we don't need anything more complicated that (say) - 'pick a Monday that is convenient for you and which hasn't already been taken - and that's your week.'

How quickly would folks like to get this moving? If we think we can start quickly, the remaining Mondays in 2019 are:
25-Nov
02-Dec
09-Dec
16-Dec
23-Dec

And perhaps that's far enough ahead for planning?
Or we could start in 2020:

06-Jan
13-Jan
20-Jan
27-Jan
03-Feb
10-Feb
17-Feb
24-Feb
etc.

My own preference would be to get on with it, make something happen, and then review where we are come January. But of course I'll be guided by the folks who are going to lead chapters....

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"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.


noWizardme
Valinor


Nov 18 2019, 12:32pm


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Inclusion

Some of us already post a lot (though too few, I think, to keep the RR healthy)

Some of us are unable to do more than lurk for entirely understadable reasons that nobody in the RR can help with (time contraints, illness,etc)

But if anyone is thinking 'I would like to post, if only....' and there's something the RR can reasonably do to include you, then do say.

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"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.


CuriousG
Half-elven


Nov 18 2019, 3:33pm


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I think this is all important enough to repeat


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Some of us already post a lot (though too few, I think, to keep the RR healthy)

Some of us are unable to do more than lurk for entirely understadable reasons that nobody in the RR can help with (time contraints, illness,etc)

But if anyone is thinking 'I would like to post, if only....' and there's something the RR can reasonably do to include you, then do say.


Long before I joined TORN and the Rdg Room, it had a reputation for being intimidating and unwelcoming except for the Chosen Few. I joined in the spirit of Sam fighting Shelob--my love of Tolkien blinded me to all danger.

But I think this is an opportunity for people who lurk because they feel like they can't write a tome or PhD thesis, to de-lurk because they want to discuss a chapter they like. Abandon the footnotes, citations of The Wise, and hesitation to appear vulnerably unlettered! Just share what you like and why you like it and don't worry about an exhaustive analysis. We're here to share our enjoyment of Tolkien, and just focus on that.


CuriousG
Half-elven


Nov 18 2019, 3:35pm


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'The Mirror of Galadriel," Nov 25

Please consider me signed up. And thanks for the fresh idea, Wiz!


noWizardme
Valinor


Nov 18 2019, 4:05pm


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Looking forward to it already!

But I can't take credit for the 'favourite chapters' idea - looking back it was one of squire's suggestions from last year's 'whither the reading room' thread:


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Another would be to put out a framework, and let folks volunteer to fill just the openings they want to, without any expectation that the entire work will be covered. For instance, people could sign up to discuss their favorite chapters from The Sil, Unfinished Tales, JRRT's Letters, or even a favorite argument or point found in books of Tolkien criticism, such as those by Shippey, Garth, Flieger, not to mention Christopher Tolkien and his HoME. To repeat, full coverage would not be expected - just highlights according to each poster's preference.

squire http://newboards.theonering.net/...i?post=949924#949924


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"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.


noWizardme
Valinor


Nov 18 2019, 4:08pm


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When could you do it, demnation?

CuriousG has just volunteered to do a chapter starting Nov 25th (next Monday), so could you take the next week (posting on Monday December 2nd)?

No worries if that is too soon though: quite likely someone else can do that week with their chapter.

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"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.


CuriousG
Half-elven


Nov 18 2019, 4:47pm


Views: 1431
In the spirit of seeing both sides of an issue

I am certain you will also launch a feature, "Things I Really Hate About Tolkien, Books in General, and Everyone on the Internet." You know, fair & balanced, otherwise we'll devolve into a silly echo chamber of Tolkien fans.


demnation
Rohan

Nov 18 2019, 5:19pm


Views: 1417
December 2nd works great for me!

 

"It is not our part to master all the tides of the world, but to do what is in us for the succour of those years wherein we are set, uprooting the evil in the fields that we know, so that those who live after may have clean earth to till. What weather they shall have is not ours to rule." Gandalf, "The Last Debate."


squire
Half-elven


Nov 18 2019, 6:41pm


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I would be glad to do 'Roast Mutton' (The Hobbit Ch. 2) on December 9.

Partly because I do want to talk about it and partly to mix it up and remind us all that this needn't just be Lord of the Rings.

And as others have said, thanks for moving this forward, NoWiz.



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noWizardme
Valinor


Nov 18 2019, 7:43pm


Views: 1397
Excellent! Thanks

 

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"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.


noWizardme
Valinor


Nov 18 2019, 7:54pm


Views: 1399
Spendid! //

 

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"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.


noWizardme
Valinor


Nov 18 2019, 8:02pm


Views: 1402
We're on our way - I've made a sepearate thread to list the schedule

It's here: http://newboards.theonering.net/...i?post=967482#967482

My massster plan ('nice masster; nice plan!') is that people just add contentless posts to that, so that the subject lines become a listing of the schedule. (If you take a look at the thread I hpe you'll see what I mean)

I'm hoping this will save me repeatedly uploading new 'latest schedule' tables, which quickly becomes confusing and quite frankly a pain in the Asfolath for everybody.

So please speak up for your chapter here if you wish, or simply pop yourself on the list over there, using the same format as the existing entries so that the schedule stays easy to read. Thanks.

Thanks to everyone who has already spoken for a chapter - lets see is we can fill the scheule for the rest of 2019!

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"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.


noWizardme
Valinor


Nov 18 2019, 8:16pm


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might you do your suggested THE STEWARD AND THE KING on 16 December?

But please take this to be the most gentle of arm-twists, and don't do it if that date would be inconvenient (or if you've decided you'd rather do a different chapter etc.)

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"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.


ElanorTX
Grey Havens


Nov 18 2019, 10:41pm


Views: 1380
yes, thank you, the semester will be over then //

 

"I shall not wholly fail if anything can still grow fair in days to come."



noWizardme
Valinor


Nov 19 2019, 9:06am


Views: 1361
Fantastic - just one possible vacancy left in 2019 (23 December), unless...

Fantastic - just one possible vacancy left in 2019 (23 December), unless that's too close to Christmas, in which case we can start taking bookings for January 2020!

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"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.


noWizardme
Valinor


Nov 19 2019, 9:19am


Views: 1406
There is a serious other side - 'inclusion' needs to be balanced with 'support'

As someone who has formerly posted a lot here, I think it's right that I should worry about doing things that prevent other people from participating (even if that is thoughtlessly or accidentely).

But there's only so much I can do about that without receiving some feedback about how things might be improved. And feedback of another sort - interesting replies, friendly encouragement - is why I've bothered posting things here rather than on one of the many other Internet self-publishing platforms ('WargPress' or 'Bolger' for example, or even 'Teleporno'). So people who could make a brief reply or comment have a role to play too, I think.

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"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.


sador
Half-elven


Nov 19 2019, 1:04pm


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This is a neat idea. Thank you!

I would like to participate - but am not sure yet how much. I am constrained for time, and do not know if I could undertake leading a discussion.

Which is a pity - I have discussed three chapters in the Sil, and four of the Hobbit - but in LotR, only one chapter per book! If I will be able to, it would behoove me to improve on that record.

Thinking about things I don't understand


dernwyn
Forum Admin / Moderator


Nov 20 2019, 2:54am


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"There have been many signs I have seen that bode ill for all, in the Sty and elsewhere."

A long-absent tome is creeping stealthily back into the venerated Reading Room. The signs are clear: it is time for the final chapter of Bored of the Rings to be discussed.

And as squire performed the obligations for Chapter VIII, it falls to me to take Chapter IX, and make posts against a sea of Boggies, and by discussing, end them.

It will probably take five or six posts to wade through the chapter, but these can be interspersed with the "legitimate" discussions. I shall endeavor to commence this undertaking sometime in January!


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"I desired dragons with a profound desire"


sador
Half-elven


Nov 20 2019, 5:28am


Views: 1347
Did you mean to say

"It will probably take five or six posts to wade through the soup"?

I'm just asking.

Thinking about things I don't understand


Solicitr
Rohan

Nov 20 2019, 7:32am


Views: 1339
OK


In Reply To
Fantastic - just one possible vacancy left in 2019 (23 December), unless that's too close to Christmas, in which case we can start taking bookings for January 2020!


I'll take that one, the underappreciated "In the House of Tom Bombadil"


noWizardme
Valinor


Nov 20 2019, 10:19am


Views: 1325
That's great! - I've added you to the schedule

Many thanks.

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"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.


noWizardme
Valinor


Nov 20 2019, 10:41am


Views: 1325
Further Chapters, January 2020 onwards - please add yourself if & when you want to

We're now 'booked' up to Monday 23 December. Thank you once again to our volunteers!

If somebody would like to take the next Monday, 30 December, please do. Or take a Monday in January if you like (the gap between Christmas and New Year might be particularly good or particularly bad for people as a time to host a discussion).

I think though that there is no rush to book further chapters. People can add themselves to the schedule when and if they decide they'd like to do a chapter. Some potential leaders will, I'm sure, want to wait until nearer the time when they know more about how busy they might be. And some people may feel more confident about volunteering after they've seen some discussions, have a better idea of what to do, and see that we're having fun.

If we do run out of chapter leaders we can stop and discuss whether the idea has run its course or isn't working etc. But I think there's no point in schedulling a time to stop and take stock yet, because we don't know when we might need to.

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"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.


dernwyn
Forum Admin / Moderator


Nov 20 2019, 12:49pm


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Minas Troney soup, no less.

I wonder which image of "Italian Wedding Cake" will be best to use...

Laugh


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"I desired dragons with a profound desire"


CuriousG
Half-elven


Nov 20 2019, 1:06pm


Views: 1314
There's a balrog in the woodpile! //

 


CuriousG
Half-elven


Nov 20 2019, 1:07pm


Views: 1316
I'm a Bombadil fan

and look forward to your chapter discussion.


noWizardme
Valinor


Nov 20 2019, 5:16pm


Views: 1308
And now we're deep into January!

It just goes to show that things are coming on quckly now, and you do need to check the schedule thread to see what's happening! Wink

I decided to slot in on 20 Jan after Uncle Iorlas (13 Jan) , thus giving us a bit of a New year's break, or enough time to do Solicitr's chapter justice in the New Year if replies come in slowly over Christmas.

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"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.


squire
Half-elven


Nov 20 2019, 8:02pm


Views: 1298
"I understand," said the stranger solemnly, "that you undertake quests."

Excellent suggestion, Dernwyn. I've been mulling the dilemma of the uncompleted BotR discussion for some time, with little hope of a solution given the desultory pace and attendance here lately.

I pledge to cover the oft-forgotten, left-out-of-the-film, and utterly-neglible final chapter X, "Be It Ever So Horrid" at some indeterminate point after you do all the real work with Chapter IX.



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squire
Half-elven


Nov 20 2019, 8:37pm


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What fun!

Underappreciated: yes, I know what you mean. I had fun with this chapter myself, in a RR discussion a number of years ago. Lots to unpack - looking forward to your thoughts.



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dernwyn
Forum Admin / Moderator


Nov 21 2019, 2:27am


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Dribble. Dribble. Fake. Dribble. Fake. Shoot. //

 


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"I desired dragons with a profound desire"


dernwyn
Forum Admin / Moderator


Nov 21 2019, 2:46am


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Hot puppies!

I'd been thinking of including Chapter X's full page-and-a-half as an epilogue to chapter IX, but you're welcome to tackle it! That will be a fitting official ending of the discussion.


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"I desired dragons with a profound desire"


squire
Half-elven


Nov 21 2019, 3:55am


Views: 1284
For those who don't know what the heck Dernwyn is talking about...

Here is a link to the 'official' [spews onto screen at the very idea...] index to the First Bored of the Rings Reading Room Discussion.

Luckily the preliminary matters ("Should we even do this?"; The Cover; The Map; The Foreword; etc.) have been buried in the tomb of the Old Servers.

Unfortunately, the discussion threads of the Prologue and the text itself, Chapters 1-8, are still available for your perusal.

Enjoy ... or flee.



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Solicitr
Rohan

Nov 21 2019, 5:34pm


Views: 1224
Aieeee!


In Reply To
Dribble. Dribble. Fake. Dribble. Fake. Shoot.


It's a Ballhog! A Ballhog is come!


dernwyn
Forum Admin / Moderator


Nov 24 2019, 1:49am


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Back, vile hoopster!

Note that the black sphere is substantial, but the Ballhog itself is described as a "shadow". Does this mean that the creature is merely metaphorical, and the ball is dribbling itself?

Typical Tolkienesque ambiguity!


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"I desired dragons with a profound desire"


CuriousG
Half-elven


Nov 24 2019, 4:43pm


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I'm sure the black sphere has wings, too. //

 


dernwyn
Forum Admin / Moderator


Nov 24 2019, 11:09pm


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You mean...it's a Black Snitch? //

 


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"I desired dragons with a profound desire"


Hamfast Gamgee
Grey Havens

Nov 26 2019, 1:38am


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Well this idea seems to have taken off

I wonder if at some time I could do the Black Gate Opens, please?


noWizardme
Valinor


Nov 26 2019, 1:46pm


Views: 1091
That would be great - please add yourself to the schedule when....

That would be great - please add yourself to the schedule (http://newboards.theonering.net/...i?post=967482#967482 ) whenever you're ready.

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"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.


noWizardme
Valinor


Nov 28 2019, 3:54pm


Views: 1053
I see you've added THE MUSTER OF ROHAN - so thank *you*! //

 

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"Go down to the shovel store and take your pick." Traditional prank played on dwarves when they start down the mine.