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dik-dik
Lorien


Mar 2 2013, 10:56pm


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You mean you haven't succumbed to the Thorin sickness yourself? Aha, you're clearly male. Wink I think you'll see plenty of evidence of the Thorin sickness around here.


LOL, no, I'm a girl... just not a fangirl, I guess. ;)


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And for what it's worth, there isn't a way to reply to a whole thread (unless you just reply to the original post) -- you always have to reply to individual posts. Smile


Thanks!


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I'm looking forward to seeing how much explanation we get in the movies for what causes dragon-sickness. Richard Armitage has suggested it's akin to an addiction, like something a drug addict would experience. I think he's going to give us a spectacular performance. Can't wait!


That should be a strong scene to watch. (*spoiler following*, I guess? For whoever hasn't read the book yet.) Meaning the Gate scene. As long as there's no warts in the face or whatever, nor Thorin actually hitting Bilbo (I'm worried that the latter might be there...), I'm awaiting that scene with trepidation. This one, and the repentance one - they stood out for me in the books, and I feel very strongly about them. I'll keep my fingers crossed they get them right!
I'll see them as a test of acting skills as well, because I've never seen this actor in anything before. :)

"A journalist once asked me what I would like my epitaph to be and I said I think I would like it to be 'He did very little harm'. And that's not easy. Most people seem to me to do a great deal of harm. If I could be remembered as having done very little, that would suit me." ~ Paul Eddington


(This post was edited by dik-dik on Mar 2 2013, 11:00pm)

Subject User Time
dragon sickness - can someone please explain? dik-dik Send a private message to dik-dik Feb 28 2013, 12:21am
    Dragon sickness (spoiler) Brethil Send a private message to Brethil Feb 28 2013, 12:39am
        Great post about this. Ham_Sammy Send a private message to Ham_Sammy Feb 28 2013, 4:06am
            True true Old Toby Send a private message to Old Toby Feb 28 2013, 5:16am
                I really like that scene Ham_Sammy Send a private message to Ham_Sammy Feb 28 2013, 5:24am
            the ring Cirashala Send a private message to Cirashala Mar 1 2013, 1:41am
    In addition to what Brethil has said... Silverlode Send a private message to Silverlode Feb 28 2013, 1:57am
        Wonderful post! Súlimë Send a private message to Súlimë Feb 28 2013, 3:56am
        Your summation speaks of the very nature of Tolkien's concept of evil Brethil Send a private message to Brethil Feb 28 2013, 9:17pm
    Welcome, dik-dik! Roheryn Send a private message to Roheryn Feb 28 2013, 2:07am
        Thank you for the welcomes and explanations, everyone... dik-dik Send a private message to dik-dik Mar 1 2013, 1:42pm
            Thanks for posting the question Dik-Dik! Brethil Send a private message to Brethil Mar 1 2013, 3:28pm
            Thorin Otaku-sempai Send a private message to Otaku-sempai Mar 1 2013, 5:29pm
            You mean you haven't Roheryn Send a private message to Roheryn Mar 1 2013, 10:41pm
                Hmmm.... I think I have a related condition to the Thorin Sickness elaen32 Send a private message to elaen32 Mar 1 2013, 11:07pm
                    An alternate treatment would be Roheryn Send a private message to Roheryn Mar 2 2013, 2:55am
                        Ro I like that prescription! Brethil Send a private message to Brethil Mar 2 2013, 3:47am
                        I guess TDS could also stand for Thorin Deprivation Syndrome! elaen32 Send a private message to elaen32 Mar 2 2013, 8:41am
                thorin sickness Cirashala Send a private message to Cirashala Mar 2 2013, 10:39pm
                Re: dik-dik Send a private message to dik-dik Mar 2 2013, 10:56pm
    In dwarves some of the first symptoms seems to be Plurmo Send a private message to Plurmo Feb 28 2013, 2:48am
        .... swordwhale Send a private message to swordwhale Mar 1 2013, 5:12am
    Sure! stoutfiles Send a private message to stoutfiles Feb 28 2013, 1:12pm
    Dragon-sickness goes a bit beyond ordinary greed Otaku-sempai Send a private message to Otaku-sempai Feb 28 2013, 5:07pm
    Also a note to remember Elberbeth Send a private message to Elberbeth Feb 28 2013, 5:46pm
    It commonly is caused by Rostron2 Send a private message to Rostron2 Feb 28 2013, 7:55pm
        LOL! Old Toby Send a private message to Old Toby Feb 28 2013, 10:43pm
    Some very good posts here. axecrazy Send a private message to axecrazy Mar 1 2013, 6:33am

 
 
 

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