My Elf guard Gilibor just leveled to 49. That is all.
I found a mural of Goblin-graffiti that depicts the Hobbit chapter ‘Out of the Frying Pan and Into the Fire’. So….. goblins from Goblin Town in Gazatmur in Moria? or maybe the Moria goblins joined the chase in the Hobbit? Either way it was quite a fun find.
Well, I’m back. After a leave of absence I am back and will be posting regularly again. So here is a picture of me and my shadow in Sarnur, right before leveling to 48!
Just found the Tolkien Professors Faerie and Fantasy course. Middle English is a beautiful language.
This is in Rohan, I made it out of Moria with a guide, and then to Rohan by using the RFDL method (Run For Dear Life)
I ended up dying by warg riders.
My level 46 Guardian (Gilibor on the Snowbourn server if you wanted to know) just recently entered Moria. I am playing without the benefit of the expansion (getting it soon I hope) and so have had to fight enemies five or six levels above me individually to get XP.
Earendil was a mariner,
With a very shiny brow,
And when Morgoth touched it,
He did exclaim: “OW!”
Used to be on an Iron Crown
Til’ Beren Twice Mortal,
Went and cut one down.Then one foggy First age,
He heard Manwe say,
“Earendil with your brow so bright,
You and your ship must take flight!”Then all the Eldar loved him,
And they shouted out with glee:
“Earendil the Mariner
You’ll go down in history!”
Originally posted on eNotes.com Official Blog:
If you are counting the days until the December 14, 2012 release date of The Hobbit (Part I) chances are you do not have a girlfriend and therefore need to find ways to pass the time. (I kid the geeks… I kid. Some of them do not have boyfriends.)
Not to worry. Since its original publication in 1937, and the Lord of the Rings trilogy that followed (between 1938 and 1949) Tolkein’s world of Hobbits, Ringwraiths, elves, and wizards has enthralled generations, inspiring countless songs, studies, puzzles, tributes, and cosplays. Here are just a few ways you can count down the next 35 days… or however they measure time in Middle Earth.