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#10 - idkmyusername
Reply +21
(03/21/2013) [-]
But the drums in the deep....... the balroq... imagine how terrifying it would be to fight a 20ft tall fire demon on a 2ft long bridge above a gap that falls to the other side of the planet...
But the drums in the deep....... the balroq... imagine how terrifying it would be to fight a 20ft tall fire demon on a 2ft long bridge above a gap that falls to the other side of the planet...
#67 to #10 - eight
Reply 0
(03/21/2013) [-]
Not the other side of the planet. They fell into the water at the bottom of the pit, swam to the nearest part of land and climbed the endless stair which took them to the highest peak in Middle Earth (Rises out of Moria itself and above the mountains).
#55 to #10 - onenuttedchimp
Reply 0
(03/21/2013) [-]
i think the bridge was a bit longer than 2ft
i think the bridge was a bit longer than 2ft
#65 to #55 - frysandaburger
Reply 0
(03/21/2013) [-]
*2ft WIDE
*Balrog
#68 to #65 - onenuttedchimp
Reply 0
(03/21/2013) [-]
good, i forgive you.
#51 to #10 - bigmanfifty
Reply +5
(03/21/2013) [-]
Obviously actually spending a single minute in middle-earth would make you **** your pants.    
   
unless you were in the shire, then you just smoke the pipe-weed, watch fireworks and drink up.    
   
mfw shire
Obviously actually spending a single minute in middle-earth would make you **** your pants.

unless you were in the shire, then you just smoke the pipe-weed, watch fireworks and drink up.

mfw shire
#14 to #10 - emiyasama
Reply +1
(03/21/2013) [-]
Don't forget that the Balrogs are ******* immortal. Gandalf could have bothered to tell them that, and not just "FLY YOU FOOLS".
#54 to #14 - rhblink
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(03/21/2013) [-]
theyre not immortal. gandalf kills the balrog
#36 to #14 - zalbaar
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(03/21/2013) [-]
They are both the same thing ;)
#40 to #36 - ljxjlos
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(03/21/2013) [-]
NOT exactly. They are close in terms of Strenght because Gandalf/Mithrandir/Olórin isn´t allowed to "go full-power", as he is only sent by the Valar as a Helper, an advisor, not as a warrior. Only because the Balrog are supposed to be Maiar, as Gandalf himself, it doesn´t mean, they are equal. Balrogs are clearly stated to be "lower Maiar" (still, extremely powerful, though), while Gandalf/Olórin is stated to be the wisest of the Maiar, and I´m pretty sure, he isn´t just all about Brains. Being the wisest of the Maiar, at least sets him on the same Level as Osse,Uinen,Sauron or maybe even Eonwe (even if I doubt that, particullary, even though I want to believe it)...