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Thranduil Appreciation Thread Part VIII
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Lurker in the Mirk
Valinor


Aug 5 2014, 12:52pm

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     You're welcome and listen to Avandel re GIMP [In reply to]  

I'm tippy-toe dipping but it's started an itch for more CrazyTongue Way more fun than powerpoint. Though I've never managed to get a grip on other PS sw... the hideous MS default Paint for example. Evil

If, no, when you do install GIMP, 1 quirk in the process I noticed. The help/manual is a separate install unless you want to always refer to it online. There's no prompt but you will need to restart the 'puter for it to take. Silly me installed it X times without being able to open the help, closed it in a huff, and that fateful day I decided to try my maiden gimpy, it opened on cue like a flower Tongue


I'm a lurker. Fan of both books and movies; it seems I have severely misnamed myself... for the moment.


Heart Appreciating Thranduil, thread by thread: I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII
(Tis true! More appreciation threads for Thranduil exist than ME movies)


Laugh Thrall Wars!: What business do Elves, Dwarves or Men(?) have with drooling thralls, yea, with smartphones in tow, unto the slopes of Erebor? ... oh, yes, the Hobbit's lingering in some shadows, ever ready to swoop to the hairy rescue. Take cover if you dare!
Teh partsies: Prologue (aka the 'tater-mash of whatever came before), Two, Three, Four (new! posted 16 Jul)


"BoFA"= The Battle || "BotFA"/"tBofTA" = The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

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Middle-earth dispatches out of the lurkmirk


Lurker in the Mirk
Valinor


Aug 5 2014, 2:25pm

Post #152 of 207 (1564 views)
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     LP scores higher on some beauty analysis thingy than Thranduil [In reply to]  

... and the Elvenking's downfall? His pointy ears!Shocked

Same for OB vs Legolas! Tis obviously a conceitful device of Man, unable to cope with the aesthetical truth of Elvendom Frown But it sure got the analysis right just looking at the mortals AngelicTongue


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Lee Pace = 9.11 / 10
Thranduil = 8.32 / 10
Orlando Bloom = 8.69 / 10
Legolas = 7.36
(source)



I'm a lurker. Fan of both books and movies; it seems I have severely misnamed myself... for the moment.


Heart Appreciating Thranduil, thread by thread: I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII
(Tis true! More appreciation threads for Thranduil exist than ME movies)


Laugh Thrall Wars!: What business do Elves, Dwarves or Men(?) have with drooling thralls, yea, with smartphones in tow, unto the slopes of Erebor? ... oh, yes, the Hobbit's lingering in some shadows, ever ready to swoop to the hairy rescue. Take cover if you dare!
Teh partsies: Prologue (aka the 'tater-mash of whatever came before), Two, Three, Four (new! posted 16 Jul)


"BoFA"= The Battle || "BotFA"/"tBofTA" = The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

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Middle-earth dispatches out of the lurkmirk


Lurker in the Mirk
Valinor


Aug 5 2014, 2:31pm

Post #153 of 207 (1519 views)
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     Weiner Baggins [In reply to]  

What a name! And the character to match!

Seems to be a number of cat ladies here Smile


I'm a lurker. Fan of both books and movies; it seems I have severely misnamed myself... for the moment.


Heart Appreciating Thranduil, thread by thread: I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII
(Tis true! More appreciation threads for Thranduil exist than ME movies)


Laugh Thrall Wars!: What business do Elves, Dwarves or Men(?) have with drooling thralls, yea, with smartphones in tow, unto the slopes of Erebor? ... oh, yes, the Hobbit's lingering in some shadows, ever ready to swoop to the hairy rescue. Take cover if you dare!
Teh partsies: Prologue (aka the 'tater-mash of whatever came before), Two, Three, Four (new! posted 16 Jul)


"BoFA"= The Battle || "BotFA"/"tBofTA" = The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

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Middle-earth dispatches out of the lurkmirk


Lurker in the Mirk
Valinor


Aug 5 2014, 2:32pm

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     aye [In reply to]  


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stepped in cat sick green fur hairballs. And she refuses to use a scratching post, so I am actually HAPPY when she uses the heating
grate and not the "designer" baskets. Funny how I wouldn't have her any other way, even when she smacks me on occasion.

So much feels for this. Evil




I'm a lurker. Fan of both books and movies; it seems I have severely misnamed myself... for the moment.


Heart Appreciating Thranduil, thread by thread: I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII
(Tis true! More appreciation threads for Thranduil exist than ME movies)


Laugh Thrall Wars!: What business do Elves, Dwarves or Men(?) have with drooling thralls, yea, with smartphones in tow, unto the slopes of Erebor? ... oh, yes, the Hobbit's lingering in some shadows, ever ready to swoop to the hairy rescue. Take cover if you dare!
Teh partsies: Prologue (aka the 'tater-mash of whatever came before), Two, Three, Four (new! posted 16 Jul)


"BoFA"= The Battle || "BotFA"/"tBofTA" = The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

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Middle-earth dispatches out of the lurkmirk


Avandel
Half-elven


Aug 5 2014, 5:52pm

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     So admire Lurker for jumping in re photo sw - wee tip *grins* [In reply to]  

Hmm - gotta look at the manual, *arrogantly*Crazy since I knew some PS have just bulldozed my way through Gimping.

I might try to put up an ad hoc Gimp tips page in the OT section - not that I am some expert, but I'll look at the manual and try to come up w. some quickie tips that might be less boring - hope. If I have time.

Also don't want to sound patronizing when telling folks stuff - but anyway: most of the time, if you are cutting stuff out, it helps to set the feathering to 1-2 pixels. Maybe more in some cases. Especially w. low-res web stuff, w. the finished image the mind blurs pixels so you look like you have a nice smooth edge. Feathering is your friend.Cool
Gets rid of that "ghosting" you see in jagged web images.

Also when cutting out stuff, the "magic wand" tool is great, as it selects similar color pixels and you can adjust the closeness of the pixel colors it selects - the tolerance - I usually have this set at 32, and adjust closer or coarser as needed. Click anti-alias "ON".

Sometimes - like w. the swords I used in the quickie poster - it helps to increase the contrast a bit, so the magic wand and other tools can "see" the different color pixels. E.g, whitish swords on a white background, the program can't tell the difference. And sometimes you can draw in a faint grey line or add something to the image you want, to separate the colors - e.g. like draw a dark line along the sword. That way you can click in the white background, and the magic wand will only pick up the white. Then either clear the background to transparent, or invert selection and copy or cut this now-free-floating sword to the next imageCool as a new layer.


Eruvandi
Tol Eressea


Aug 6 2014, 3:18pm

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     Looked like Dale to me [In reply to]  


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The trailer is so neat! Any idea where he is? He seems to be all alone as he battles the orcs. It is intriging, why is he not with Legolas, Tauriel and his army? Oh, so many questions ........ only 4 1/2 months to go, geez!

The structures in the background, IMO look identical in style to what we've seen of Dale so far. It seems like a lot of the fighting will happen in and around the ruined city.

As far as where Legolas, Tauriel and the army are, it could be that they're there and we just can't see them in this shot. Or maybe the fighting has gotten so widespread that individuals are having to split up to "take care of business". Anyway, Thranduil seems highly capable of taking care of himself.Wink

"Love woke me up this morning
With a memory
Love came and whispered a story
That awakened a dream,

I am a dreamer, take me higher
Open the sky up, start a fire
I believe even if it's just a dream"
~"Dreamer" by Bethany Dillon



Eruvandi
Tol Eressea


Aug 6 2014, 3:53pm

Post #157 of 207 (1572 views)
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     The TORn Tuesday chat room regulars named him [In reply to]  

It happened before I started participating in the chat room, but yeah that's his name, according to them. I think it suits him in an odd sort of way.Cool

"Love woke me up this morning
With a memory
Love came and whispered a story
That awakened a dream,

I am a dreamer, take me higher
Open the sky up, start a fire
I believe even if it's just a dream"
~"Dreamer" by Bethany Dillon



Lurker in the Mirk
Valinor


Aug 6 2014, 4:05pm

Post #158 of 207 (1570 views)
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     So that first BotFA frontal? Wall paper size! [In reply to]  

More than adequate and no pesky clutter either. But it's not quite sized right. Pity.

http://elanillounico.com/...s/hobbitlbdlce22.jpg

*tiredly trudges offline*


I'm a lurker. Fan of both books and movies; it seems I have severely misnamed myself... for the moment.


Heart Appreciating Thranduil, thread by thread: I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII
(Tis true! More appreciation threads for Thranduil exist than ME movies)


Laugh Thrall Wars!: What business do Elves, Dwarves or Men(?) have with drooling thralls, yea, with smartphones in tow, unto the slopes of Erebor? ... oh, yes, the Hobbit's lingering in some shadows, ever ready to swoop to the hairy rescue. Take cover if you dare!
Teh partsies: Prologue (aka the 'tater-mash of whatever came before), Two, Three, Four (new! posted 16 Jul)


"BoFA"= The Battle || "BotFA"/"tBofTA" = The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

=======
Middle-earth dispatches out of the lurkmirk


(This post was edited by Lurker in the Mirk on Aug 6 2014, 4:07pm)


Eruvandi
Tol Eressea


Aug 6 2014, 4:49pm

Post #159 of 207 (1488 views)
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     Sounds a bit like me [In reply to]  


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Well, I like his solo/small group ventures better anyway, not that I don't have love for the cast and crew. Interviewers tend to forget him when there's an ensemble. Doesn't help that he seems to like to blend in, make himself small and just smile quietly.

I can understand that. I'm the blend-into-the-background-smile-and-nod type too and I generally find being quiet and listening to others more comfortable that jumping in with my own comments.

Of course, sometimes I'm a little too quiet and accidentally sneak up on people and startle them.Blush I accidentally startle my mom all the time and I once even startled a woman in a public restroom just by quietly standing there waiting for my mom.BlushBlush Seriously, this woman walked in, put her purse and book on the sink, turned around and gasped because she didn't realize I was there. I guess I was standing in just the right spot that she didn't see me when she came in and couldn't see me in the mirror too. She laughed and said, "I'm sorry, I didn't see you there!" and moved on. I noticed that the book she had put on the sink was an Agatha Christie novel which could explain why she was so jumpy!Tongue


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Agreed! I was surprised only Dwalin was present. Like I said elsewhere, he should have put on his knuckle-dusters, and mark Dwarven attendance and take names Evil

I guess after most of the dwarves made it to FantasyCon, their schedules must have filled back up. Busy, busy dwarves.

That reminds me, did any of y'all see this pic? The captions people came up with were pretty funny!Laugh


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ETA: by the Valar! Me Gondor! When did that happen? More - You Tol Eressea! Wow! *bows*


Welcome to Gondor! It's very nice here (scenic views, cute not-crazy stewards and all that) but I feel like I've been here for forever and I'm still 66 posts away from busting out and going to the Grey Havens. Smile

"Love woke me up this morning
With a memory
Love came and whispered a story
That awakened a dream,

I am a dreamer, take me higher
Open the sky up, start a fire
I believe even if it's just a dream"
~"Dreamer" by Bethany Dillon



Eruvandi
Tol Eressea


Aug 6 2014, 5:16pm

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     UT [In reply to]  

*excitedly waves book in the air* I just got myself a copy of UT a couple weeks ago! Cool I guess I know what I'll be reading after I finish the Sil. Must read about elves!

"Love woke me up this morning
With a memory
Love came and whispered a story
That awakened a dream,

I am a dreamer, take me higher
Open the sky up, start a fire
I believe even if it's just a dream"
~"Dreamer" by Bethany Dillon



Eruvandi
Tol Eressea


Aug 6 2014, 5:22pm

Post #161 of 207 (1495 views)
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     I was so hoping that EE clip from yesterday would show the stag [In reply to]  

But alas, it did not.Unimpressed I figure the stag will show up not too long after Bombur falls asleep though. The suspense!

"Love woke me up this morning
With a memory
Love came and whispered a story
That awakened a dream,

I am a dreamer, take me higher
Open the sky up, start a fire
I believe even if it's just a dream"
~"Dreamer" by Bethany Dillon



Avandel
Half-elven


Aug 6 2014, 5:24pm

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     *Waves to Eruvandi* [In reply to]  



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That reminds me, did any of y'all see this pic? The captions people came up with were pretty funny!Laugh



LOL!!! But to reach the Havens, you can be like me and lead every possible thread back to Thorin's hair, and lard up images everywhereWink

Tho I like to think of it as a public service....Wink




Eruvandi
Tol Eressea


Aug 6 2014, 5:31pm

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     I vote Gally [In reply to]  

Gally sounds more feminine to me. I was thinking that we could use Gladdy for Gil-Galad should we reference him at some point, but at the same time, I think Gilly might suit him better.Laugh

Nice interviews!Smile Yay fighting Thranduil!LaughCool

"Love woke me up this morning
With a memory
Love came and whispered a story
That awakened a dream,

I am a dreamer, take me higher
Open the sky up, start a fire
I believe even if it's just a dream"
~"Dreamer" by Bethany Dillon



Eruvandi
Tol Eressea


Aug 6 2014, 5:37pm

Post #164 of 207 (1498 views)
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     Whaaaaaat?! [In reply to]  

What's wrong with pointy ears? Pointy ears are hawt!HeartHeartHeart

"Love woke me up this morning
With a memory
Love came and whispered a story
That awakened a dream,

I am a dreamer, take me higher
Open the sky up, start a fire
I believe even if it's just a dream"
~"Dreamer" by Bethany Dillon



Avandel
Half-elven


Aug 6 2014, 5:38pm

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     Lurker - why let that stop you - make your own! [In reply to]  

*Grins*AngelicSmileCoolWink

'Coz you be a Gimper. True enough, there are images that may not be the right size, and this is always a problem.
But then you can be arty.

So:

1. Figure out what size and res you need - for wallpaper I suspect it'll be 1200 x 800 and 72 dpi, or something like that.

Now go make a new file in Gimp - you can make the file and image size to whatever you like. There won't be anything there of course. Notice in the toolbar your squares of foreground and background colors. I like to fill a blank image w. black.

2. Now find some Thranduil images.

3. Open these up, select all re each image, copy and paste each image into your black image - stack those layers up. Use the scaling tool in the toolbar to size individual layers. Use the move tool to move stuff around.

4. Move everything around until you have a pretty collage. Add some text if you like......

5. Flatten the whole thing and export as .bmp, .png, .jpg.

I might do a quick how-to in the OT section, for fun. Tho it'll probably have the Thorinitis influence....Wink


VeArkenstone
Lorien

Aug 7 2014, 12:05am

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     Thanks Erubandi. It does look like Dale and that would be the most logical place. [In reply to]  

And yes, woe be to any orc who comes within five feet of him. Loving the screencap, I like that only his eyes are visible and not blurred, while his attackers are totally blurred and unrecognizable.

Please, call me Ve.


VeArkenstone
Lorien

Aug 7 2014, 12:15am

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     Weiner Baggins knows his name too. He is a sweet kitty, but with an edge. [In reply to]  

 

Please, call me Ve.


VeArkenstone
Lorien

Aug 7 2014, 12:25am

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     UT is my favorite book! It is full of such interesting details found no where else. [In reply to]  

A lot of it Tolkien wrote near the end of his life. He would have these insights, for instance, while sitting at the dinner table, he would grab napkins and begin writing details about Elfs or Dwarfs or Numenoreans, and not just a few sentences either, very long detailed notes. Oh, it is so, so interesting. It fascinates me that he was still writing (and doing some of his most interesting writing) while practically on his deathbed, Middle Earth never really left him.

Yea!

Please, call me Ve.


VeArkenstone
Lorien

Aug 7 2014, 12:28am

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     Please let it be so! [In reply to]  

 

Please, call me Ve.


Avandel
Half-elven


Aug 7 2014, 2:04am

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     So OK, I put up some Gimp tips in the Off Topic section [In reply to]  

Because the creativity of Ringers should NOT be contained, IMO. Especially when there isn't enough ThranduilWink


Lurker in the Mirk
Valinor


Aug 7 2014, 2:18pm

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     oooh, thanks! *prints and files for ref* // [In reply to]  

 


I'm a lurker. Fan of both books and movies; it seems I have severely misnamed myself... for the moment.


Heart Appreciating Thranduil, thread by thread: I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII
(Tis true! More appreciation threads for Thranduil exist than ME movies)


Laugh Thrall Wars!: What business do Elves, Dwarves or Men(?) have with drooling thralls, yea, with smartphones in tow, unto the slopes of Erebor? ... oh, yes, the Hobbit's lingering in some shadows, ever ready to swoop to the hairy rescue. Take cover if you dare!
Teh partsies: Prologue (aka the 'tater-mash of whatever came before), Two, Three, Four (new! posted 16 Jul)


"BoFA"= The Battle || "BotFA"/"tBofTA" = The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

=======
Middle-earth dispatches out of the lurkmirk


Lurker in the Mirk
Valinor


Aug 7 2014, 2:44pm

Post #172 of 207 (1450 views)
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     LOL Thanks [In reply to]  

Bubba it is then, until we hear from Moose the horse, or even LP... wonder what Thranduil thinks though. He probably has an awesome name for his beloved war-elk, much along the lines of Asfaloth.


I'm a lurker. Fan of both books and movies; it seems I have severely misnamed myself... for the moment.


Heart Appreciating Thranduil, thread by thread: I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII
(Tis true! More appreciation threads for Thranduil exist than ME movies)


Laugh Thrall Wars!: What business do Elves, Dwarves or Men(?) have with drooling thralls, yea, with smartphones in tow, unto the slopes of Erebor? ... oh, yes, the Hobbit's lingering in some shadows, ever ready to swoop to the hairy rescue. Take cover if you dare!
Teh partsies: Prologue (aka the 'tater-mash of whatever came before), Two, Three, Four (new! posted 16 Jul)


"BoFA"= The Battle || "BotFA"/"tBofTA" = The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

=======
Middle-earth dispatches out of the lurkmirk


Lurker in the Mirk
Valinor


Aug 7 2014, 2:48pm

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     And me too [In reply to]  


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I can understand that. I'm the blend-into-the-background-smile-and-nod type too and I generally find being quiet and listening to others more comfortable that jumping in with my own comments.

*shakes on it* that's really me too Smile



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Of course, sometimes I'm a little too quiet and accidentally sneak up on people and startle them.Blush I accidentally startle my mom all the time and I once even startled a woman in a public restroom just by quietly standing there waiting for my mom.BlushBlush Seriously, this woman walked in, put her purse and book on the sink, turned around and gasped because she didn't realize I was there. I guess I was standing in just the right spot that she didn't see me when she came in and couldn't see me in the mirror too. She laughed and said, "I'm sorry, I didn't see you there!" and moved on. I noticed that the book she had put on the sink was an Agatha Christie novel which could explain why she was so jumpy!Tongue

LOL... i'm sounding like a broken record, but me too!!!




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That reminds me, did any of y'all see this pic? The captions people came up with were pretty funny!Laugh

Did too! (boy is this a ditto post)



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Welcome to Gondor! It's very nice here (scenic views, cute not-crazy stewards and all that) but I feel like I've been here for forever and I'm still 66 posts away from busting out and going to the Grey Havens. Smile

Thanks! We likeses the First Steward of the FAHeart

Though you'll be leaving soon eh? Hope to catch up with you in the Havens soon!Smile





I'm a lurker. Fan of both books and movies; it seems I have severely misnamed myself... for the moment.


Heart Appreciating Thranduil, thread by thread: I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII
(Tis true! More appreciation threads for Thranduil exist than ME movies)


Laugh Thrall Wars!: What business do Elves, Dwarves or Men(?) have with drooling thralls, yea, with smartphones in tow, unto the slopes of Erebor? ... oh, yes, the Hobbit's lingering in some shadows, ever ready to swoop to the hairy rescue. Take cover if you dare!
Teh partsies: Prologue (aka the 'tater-mash of whatever came before), Two, Three, Four (new! posted 16 Jul)


"BoFA"= The Battle || "BotFA"/"tBofTA" = The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

=======
Middle-earth dispatches out of the lurkmirk


Lurker in the Mirk
Valinor


Aug 7 2014, 2:52pm

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     Nah [In reply to]  


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Gally sounds more feminine to me. I was thinking that we could use Gladdy for Gil-Galad should we reference him at some point, but at the same time, I think Gilly might suit him better.Laugh

Gilly for Gil-galad for sure. I'm not sure why, but from the LotR days, have actually referred to her as Gladys in convo. Sorta very her in a way. Gally is too girly for someone named Nerwen methinks.



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Nice interviews!Smile Yay fighting Thranduil!LaughCool

Wished there was more though. Dishy King!HeartHeartHeart




I'm a lurker. Fan of both books and movies; it seems I have severely misnamed myself... for the moment.


Heart Appreciating Thranduil, thread by thread: I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII
(Tis true! More appreciation threads for Thranduil exist than ME movies)


Laugh Thrall Wars!: What business do Elves, Dwarves or Men(?) have with drooling thralls, yea, with smartphones in tow, unto the slopes of Erebor? ... oh, yes, the Hobbit's lingering in some shadows, ever ready to swoop to the hairy rescue. Take cover if you dare!
Teh partsies: Prologue (aka the 'tater-mash of whatever came before), Two, Three, Four (new! posted 16 Jul)


"BoFA"= The Battle || "BotFA"/"tBofTA" = The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

=======
Middle-earth dispatches out of the lurkmirk


Lurker in the Mirk
Valinor


Aug 7 2014, 2:53pm

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     Outrageous right? [In reply to]  

Did you read the details? Thranduil actually outscored LP on one aspect, equalled him in 2, and lost in the ear stakes only. How can that put LP so far ahead? Truly, the treachery of Man knows no bounds *no accounting for sense of aesthetics*. FrownTongue


I'm a lurker. Fan of both books and movies; it seems I have severely misnamed myself... for the moment.


Heart Appreciating Thranduil, thread by thread: I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII
(Tis true! More appreciation threads for Thranduil exist than ME movies)


Laugh Thrall Wars!: What business do Elves, Dwarves or Men(?) have with drooling thralls, yea, with smartphones in tow, unto the slopes of Erebor? ... oh, yes, the Hobbit's lingering in some shadows, ever ready to swoop to the hairy rescue. Take cover if you dare!
Teh partsies: Prologue (aka the 'tater-mash of whatever came before), Two, Three, Four (new! posted 16 Jul)


"BoFA"= The Battle || "BotFA"/"tBofTA" = The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

=======
Middle-earth dispatches out of the lurkmirk


(This post was edited by Lurker in the Mirk on Aug 7 2014, 2:54pm)

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