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#129 - areo0420
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(07/07/2013) [-]
It's called the land of the undying because that's where the "gods" live, and the gods don't die. also, some elves live there... forget what they're called.

Bilbo, Frodo, and Sam would have died of old age there. but don't worry. they would have had long lives in a paradise few can imagine and seen things few mortal eyes had seen to that point.
#97 - thefasrdog
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(07/07/2013) [-]
Charlie Merry and Pippin are my favorite LOTR characters.
Charlie Merry and Pippin are my favorite LOTR characters.
#105 to #97 - wired
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#93 - trollolololgabe
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(07/07/2013) [-]
Now all the LOTR fans know how I felt when I found out how Revan ended up. Oh by the way **** Drew Karpyshyn.
#121 to #93 - neverborn
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(07/07/2013) [-]
the books and TOR can go to hell, Revan's story ended with Kotor 2 for me
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#66 - mrmontymartin
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(07/07/2013) [-]
"these two ********" AHAHAHA!!!!!!!!
#60 - hhhghhg
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(07/07/2013) [-]
Sams daughter Elanor and her family become one of the prominent families of the Shire and became the official keepers of the Red Book
#52 - creepingquincy
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(07/07/2013) [-]
I'm kind of annoyed they left out the battle of the shire in the movies but I guess it would have added on another half an hour, also it was beautiful knowing gimli was the first dwarf to go to the undying lands
#33 - maid
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(07/07/2013) [-]
Like if dis maks yuo cri evry teim! Seriously, I got tears to my eyes.
#26 - KayRed
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(07/07/2013) [-]
Don't mean to be that guy, but technically Elessar (Aragorn) is the king of the reunited kingdoms (Gondor and Arnor).
#22 - captainfuckitall ONLINE
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(07/07/2013) [-]
Eh, if I was a character in a book, I would want to die violently; either in some other quest, by the hand of 50 bandits, or trying to save a friend/V.I.P.

A real job is never done, and I would feel much better if I died knowing I fulfilled my duty even to my last days
#55 to #22 - awec
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(07/07/2013) [-]
Having read Game of Thrones I'm going to have to disagree with you. I think dying peacefully of old age is rather sweet. "Welcoming Death as an old friend" as it was worded in Harry Potter.
#118 to #55 - anon
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(07/07/2013) [-]
Which is actually why I have started appreciating violent deaths. So many beloved main characters have perished in ASOIAF, which makes me....crave for more. In video games, I actually like my character to get outmatched by huge enemies. I like to see my Skyrim character get stabbed through the chest by a vampire or get riposted by a tough ass enemy in Dark Souls. I only think about Robb Stark whenever something like that happens, which saddens me, but also intrigues me because of great storytelling.

TLR, I appreciate violent deaths of main characters.
#136 - srskate
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(07/08/2013) [-]
This may be a stupid question, but do people (and hobbits and dwarves) die in the undying lands?
#137 to #136 - galgawine [OP]
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(07/08/2013) [-]
Yes, it doesn't grant immortality, its just called that because that's where elves and the Valar (angel/gods) live. Legolas and Gandalf could have lived on forever though
#138 to #137 - srskate
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(07/08/2013) [-]
I thought as much, but I was unsure.

Thanks
#68 - watermelonkittie
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(07/07/2013) [-]
Where did you get this info?
#70 to #68 - Furubatsu ONLINE
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(07/07/2013) [-]
I think it's mentioned in the books
#71 to #68 - galgawine [OP]
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(07/07/2013) [-]
Reading the books and in the appendices of return of the king
#73 to #68 - ninn
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(07/07/2013) [-]
there are far more books than just lotr or the silmarillion + a lot of stuff was put together by christopher tolkien, his son, and published in other books
#112 to #73 - kingoflint
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(07/07/2013) [-]
I wasn't sure how good they'd be, but Children of Hurin was absolutely beautiful
#53 - remilia
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(07/07/2013) [-]
I never watched LotR. I watched Hobbit 1 tough. my friend told me to watch all hobbit parts and then watch LotR. it makes more sense.
#86 to #53 - thegerbal
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(07/07/2013) [-]
Your friend doesn't know much
#1 - fuzzyballs
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(07/06/2013) [-]
it wasn't left out of the movies, frodo saw a glimpse of what COULD happen in that elven queen's bowl of water thing
that means they planned on doing it, since they did the scenes and everything
#5 to #1 - galgawine [OP]
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(07/06/2013) [-]
I missred that as "eleven queers". thumb for you.
#135 - anon
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(07/08/2013) [-]
Friendly reminder that Frodo returns many years later to find that all his friends are dead.
#132 - mygfspillow
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(07/07/2013) [-]
I was wondering what movie to watch today... I guess all 3 Lord of the RIngs sounds like a great idea now!
#117 - anon
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(07/07/2013) [-]
DIDN'T READ LOL
#94 - cheno
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(07/07/2013) [-]
I have something to add, to the first part about Frodo being the mayor. He is only acting as deputy mayor because the original mayor, Will Witfoot were unable to fulfill the office. Will had been captured by Saruman in the Shire and he was very undernourished from that capture.
#28 - CommonJoo
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(07/07/2013) [-]
did you really just call Pip and Merry ********?
#25 - anon
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(07/07/2013) [-]
Ha, I completly skipped a line on the text about Sam's kids, had to re-read it twice because I read, "he had 11 more kids with her
and frodo.