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- If the surviving Harry is a horcrux, then why isn't he able to…
Evil Harry Potter
Um.. He was faking not being able to speak to them? I guess? You could pull it off.
- Deathbrand is the best armor in the game
The Ultimate Skyrim Armor
- The colors tipped me off
Which one are you?
- Brave New World rankings?
Which one are you?
are based on this list, yes.
The colors tipped me off
- Most of that destruction was the gravity pump though.
Man of Kaka Carrot Cake
but if you compare the damage inflicted due to hancock fighting, and the damage done by just superman fighting, there is still a ridiculously huge difference
- The Principal and Hakase have the same last name, so they are …
Mother Knows Best
- FF7 is an overrated game
Things gamers will never say.
It's more than overrated
Be careful with that edge. There are children nearby.
Final Fantasy in general is overrated. Good stuff, but beaten to death with praise.
- He got it from Reddit/Imgur, it was on the frontpage a few days ago.
- Is the One Ring a phylactery?
In case of fire, melt ring
It's more complicated than that. The elves got tired of everything they made falling apart around them from decay and wear (because they outlived their own works and structures), so the elves devised their three rings of power, which echo the Simarils, which would allow them to halt the effects of time and create places where time flows slowly, or even not at all. This would allow elven kingdoms and forests to endure forever, just like the elves.
However, Sauron foresaw this, and wrought his own ring in secret to be a Master Ring. It's. . . more complicated than this. I don't have enough characters to go into it completely. But the general gist is that the One Ring can exert a degree of control over all the others. It has less power over the three elven rings, which is why Galadriel and Elrond were able to inure their realms against the incursions of darkness. But the dwarven and human rings were fully under the sway of the One Ring.
It's not 'just' a phylactery. It's a phylactery that was bound to cosmic artifacts of immense power, allowing the wielder to exert control over them. It would be like if a Lich made a phylactery that allowed him to control, I don't know, Excalubur. Or the Infinity Gauntlet.
... Finally someone fucking explains this shit to me
So what did the rings of Men and Dwarf do for their leaders? I mean there are more of them so I am guessing they have less power than the ones that can warp the fabric of space and time
if you wish I would suggest reading The Silmarillion (a bunch of stories about the world that was and how it all leads to the first age and a little beyond) and then Unfinished Tales. not gonna lie some of it drones on and on but it paints a damn detailed picture of the mythos.
Oh I am quite aware of the Silmarillion, I have a buddy who is a gigantic fantasy vault for knowledge but even he couldn't keep his eyes open when reading it
I mean I know it goes into almost insane detail into the world, to the point where the War of the Ring was a, even if important, more of a sub-chapter in a more massive index
But I myself am more of a passing fan honestly, I have seen the animated version and the peter jackson films, and I even remember reading the hobbit, but I just can't see myself digging through the tolm that is The Salmarillion when everyone I have ever met when talking about it, has always brought up how dry and dragging it is
good answer but I think you also talk about Melkore and Sauron's "relationship" if you really want to understand how and why Sauron forged the ring the way he did
Ah, the original dark lord, Morgoth
It would appear so, though, to agree with Tumorface, why would you reincarnate as an eye, instead of, I don't know... A lich?
- They be omnivores
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