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Where in Middle Earth would you like to live?
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Poll: Where in Middle Earth would you like to live?
The Shire
Undying Lands
Elsewhere in ME
I'll stick to where I live now
View Results (104 votes)


Feb 26 2007, 11:58pm

Post #26 of 39 (575 views)
re [In reply to] Can't Post

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Had to be Rohan I'm afraid Smile.........although....everytime you walk through the gates of Imladris (in LotRO) and look down into Rivendell it takes your breath away & The Shire is stunning too, but I'd miss the plains of Rohan.

That is absolutely my favorite part of that game. The first time I saw it, I sat there and squealed for about 15 minutes. They got the Valley of Rivendell so right. It's 100 times better than I ever imagined.


Feb 27 2007, 6:11am

Post #27 of 39 (599 views)
This one got me thinking. [In reply to] Can't Post

I know, I know. It's shocking. Anyway, I was going to choose Gondor because whither goest Aragorn I will follow, but the truth is I think I would probably be happier in Ithilien or the Shire. Tough to decide. Well done, Stapper!

Greenwood Hobbit
Grey Havens

Mar 1 2007, 10:55pm

Post #28 of 39 (594 views)
It'd have to be The Shire... [In reply to] Can't Post

...though like Bilbo I'd yearn for the mountains now and again, and would try to fit in a few trips to Rivendell. I would miss being near the sea too! Would have to try and visit that as well. Generally, though, I'd be happy with the woods, fields, little rivers; a snug hobbit hole full of books and mathoms, a fruitful garden, a good pub and friendly neighbours!


Mar 3 2007, 4:34am

Post #29 of 39 (573 views)
Lorien [In reply to] Can't Post

It is the trees. I absolutely loved the redwoods in California and the mallorns seem so similar.
But there is so much more to Lorien; the fields, flowers, streams and more woods.
The shire pulls me too.
Also Laketown fascinates me. I live on water now.
It looks like i may be moving around a bit. A nomadic middle-earthster


Mar 3 2007, 7:35pm

Post #30 of 39 (548 views)
me too [In reply to] Can't Post

Always imagined it as rather like an English country house.


Mar 3 2007, 7:47pm

Post #31 of 39 (565 views)
Rivendell... for the song [In reply to] Can't Post

I once answered this same question quickly with Lothlorien. It seemed more exotic and romantic. But I soon realized that I love singing so much, it'd be just about heaven to live in a place where people sung together in informal ways. (I'm not really into the rehearsed choir thing... I'm more into the community song circle thing.)


Mar 4 2007, 6:22am

Post #32 of 39 (597 views)
I think I answered where I wished I'd want to live, if only I wasn't such a city person [In reply to] Can't Post

I like all the characters that come out of Rohan, Eomer, Theoden, Eowyn and so on. I would like to live in a place that creates such strong, energetic, loving, loyal and active people as those three.

But I suspect I'd really be happiest in The Shire or Rivendell, where people seem to find that eating and reading are perfectly acceptable hobbies.

Registered User

Apr 5 2007, 4:15pm

Post #33 of 39 (574 views)
I can't imagine myself anywhere but the Shire. [In reply to] Can't Post

I agree with the above post...

There's nothing I can think of as more idyllic than living among good simple folk like the hobbits. Sure, I know it wouldn't be perfect, and there would be kill-joys but I wouldn't let them spoil my fun. And apart from my neighbors thinking I'm a little crazy there is no good reason to go on some journeys as well.

mae govannen
Tol Eressea

Apr 7 2007, 12:50pm

Post #34 of 39 (571 views)
I would live in the Immortal Lands and, like Gandalf, [In reply to] Can't Post

I would come to Middle-earth proper (the Immortal Lands are 'technically' not part of Middle-earth, but as you have re-defined it as such, I jump on this unexpected opportunity!...) in order to meet people, visit countries and places I know of old as well as the new ones that may have developed since I came last.
I wouldn't stay for ever in one place, but be like him the Wanderer who has friends (hopefully not enemies like he also had!!! Wink) and homes everywhere. If some new Dark Lord had emerged, or the influence of the old ones were again becoming too strong, I would help fight it off, and so have other adventures whereby I would make myself useful to Middle-earth...
Aaah!.... Wouldn't that be a great existence - as a Maļa myself too, of course! Of the incorruptible kind!!! Angelic

mae govannen
Tol Eressea

Apr 7 2007, 12:57pm

Post #35 of 39 (594 views)
Your footer says the Undying Lands, though...! :-) [In reply to] Can't Post

... Never mind, I understand!!! Wink

Tol Eressea

May 11 2007, 12:43am

Post #36 of 39 (529 views)
It has to be... [In reply to] Can't Post

the Shire for me. Peter Jackson's vision of the green, rolling hills, creeks and rivers is exactly what I want. I have a quaint little cottage and it's close!


Aug 4 2007, 11:14pm

Post #37 of 39 (576 views)
The shire.nice green area [In reply to] Can't Post



May 3 2009, 3:35pm

Post #38 of 39 (532 views)
tough choice [In reply to] Can't Post

Wow it is close between Lorien and Rivendell. I love trees; but also love steep mountains and rivers so RIvendell for me.


Nov 12 2009, 7:42pm

Post #39 of 39 (722 views)
mordor [In reply to] Can't Post

mordor for me because it's so cool!

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