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Fie 4 month s ago
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Nazgul are fictional characters? Really?
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Kenji 4 month s ago
Nazgul are the creatures not the riders.
       
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Becky 4 month s ago
Quote: Kenji
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Your nerd is weak.Stick to Star Wars.
       
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Adam 4 month s ago
Tolkien paid very little attention to describing any details of the appearances of characters. The Balrog, for example, was only described as a menacing creature shrouded in fire, darkness and shadow. That's it.
Some characters, like Tom Bombadil and Gandalf were described in a little more detail, and to that effect, #1 is so far off as to be offensive.
Really, all of these are terrible. Why the heck does Frodo have face tattoos?? This "artist" s#cks.
       
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Louis 4 month s ago
What's with all the detail in Gimli's face, and Aragorn's looks smooth as a baby's bottom? It almost looks unfinished
       
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Wesley 3 month s ago
Louis,

The "artist" had to upgrade and reboot halfway through.
       
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Gandalf in the movie

Gandalf, later known as Gandalf the White, and originally named Olórin, is a protagonist in J. R. R. Tolkien’s novels The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.

He is an Istar (Wizard) and the leader of the Fellowship of the Ring.

 

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