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Bilbo and Smaug

Bilbo and Smaug

AH. SPEECHLESS. WORDLESS. WHATEVER YOU CALL IT. I cannot contain myself!!!!! I don't think I can make it until December. Actually I know I can't. But hey, if Frodo and Sam can take the ring to Mordor, then I can wait. I guess.

Smaug

The world premiere of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug will not be in New Zealand. Too bad, New Zealand IS Middle Earth.

Riddles Tolkien. The last one is by Bilbo and he asks Gollum, "What is in my pocket?"

Riddles in the Dark. The Hobbit by J. The final riddle by Bilbo: "What is in my pocket?

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A Middle-Earth Character Tree

I thought we were safe from this happening again... I have never been so wrong. <- I am becoming mildly concerned about this fandom... guys we're turning in the Sherlockians <--we've always been this bad, we're just getting more vocal about it. << prolonged exposure ending in death tends to do that to a fandom << THE HOBBIT THE HOBBIT THE HOBBIT THE HOBBIT TO EREBOR TO EREBOR

Tauriel and the Dwarves are catching on! The hobbit the hobbit the hobbit the hobbit! To Erebor! To Erebor!

Beautiful fan art of the dwarves being led into Thranduil's kingdom.

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"Truly, the talks & songs fall utterly short of your enormity, o' Smaug the Stupendous."

Between Two Worlds

"Truly, the talks & songs fall utterly short of your enormity, o' Smaug the Stupendous." I also like the German version, in which Bilbo uses "monstrousity" instead of enormity :p

YES

And I want to be buried in a graveyard with all the other Hobbit fans okay.

Battle Of The Five Armies

The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies. Bilbo, Smaug, and Lake Town. I can just hear the song "I see Fire" by looking at this.

Smaug coming out of the pages of The Hobbit // I am torn between being awestruck at the level of skill, and hating whoever did this to a wonderful book.

Smaug coming out of the pages of The Hobbit // I am torn between being awestruck at the level of skill, and hating whoever did this to a wonderful book. < It would be amazing if he had a sare 'Hobbit' cover or something, and glued it on a horrible book.

Dwarvish

Khuzdul (IPA: [kʰuzdul]) is the language of the Dwarves in J. Tolkien's Middle-earth, written with Cirth script. Not much is known of the language, as the Dwarves kept it to themselves, except for their battle-cry: Baruk Khazâd!

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