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Only Real Tolkien Fans Can Complete These Gandalf Quotes (85 views)


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I clicked on them.....

I got 70% on the Lord Of The Rings one, quite happy with that as i have not seen the films in quite a few years nowsmiley

And then after i got given a Dumbledore quiz thing, 75% for that one, more surprised from those results smiley smiley smiley


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I'm so proud of my 100% guys! lol So proud.


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@DragonForce I don't ever remember gett 100% om ANYTHING! You SHOULD be proud!


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@bondojoe I could probably quote the whole trilogy in my sleep lol. I sing Into The West to my kids as a lullaby, I'm sure they love it hahaha smiley


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@DragonForce Bad link...sorry about that.


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@DragonForce tinyurl.com/ybngxxpw

tinyurl.com/ycluqtrq

They're amazon links... If you love the trilogy you'll love those box sets with tons of history on middle earth and its peoples... I'm pretty sure there are some bits covering what happened after the war of the ring



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I bet they DO love it! I read the trilogy when i was a teenager in school, and then happened to hear the Led Zepplin song "Ramble on" ...this might interest you! "Both Page and Plant, in keeping with the times, were readers of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings. Plant has commented lightly on the possibility of lyrical allusions to LOTR in his music, and even gone so far as to say that he and Jimmy Page would "play music and write songs about the Lord of the Rings." He can even be quoted as saying "After reading Tolkien, I knew I had to move to the country," thus proving how deep an impact the trilogy made on him, as it has to many of us. In his lyrics, particularly those for "Ramble On" and "Battle of Evermore," Plant uses Tolkien-specific terms such as Gollum, Ringwraiths and Mordor. Other, more indirect allusions may be found elsewhere throughout their repertoir."
link www.ledtolkien.com/



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@bondojoe Cool! Thanks that does totally interest me!!

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