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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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Sauron in the movie

Sauron is the primary antagonist of J. R. R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings, where he rules the land of Mordor and has the ambition of ruling the whole of Middle-earth.

 

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