Discussion in 'Mojave Desert CA' started by Jedi_Daniel, Jan 21, 2003.
You better be starting with the Hobbit.
That's like watching Episode 2, without watching Episode 1. Very stupid.
Oh the Hobbits like "Ewok Adventues"...not required for me to read. I am strting where the movie begins...
That?s a very ignorant thing to say Alex. The story begins in The Hobbit, and the Lord of the Rings (especially Fellowship) makes tons and tons of references to it, your missing a huge part of the story.
And you never seen ?Ewok Adventure?, so you couldn?t possibly make a comparison with it.
I am making it through the book without reading "The Hobbit" and I seem not to be havng any problems understanding what they speak of. So I see no need to read the Hobbit.
Your starting with the Two Towers aren't you?
No I am not....I am starting where Frodo begins, the fellowship...
Well... that's good. But you have to read the Hobbit, it's an excellent book.
What is the name of the "gods" and which one was Sauron's boss?
That would be The Valar, and I believe Sauron's boss was Melkor.
What was the name of that creature that flew in Two Towers that the Nazcewl was on again?
Um, I don't believe they had a name. They just called them Fell Beasts. Let me check real quick though.
Yeah, they don't have a real name.
Out of Winnie the Pooh, The Cat in the Hat, and The Hobbit. The Hobbit was the only of these children's books to feature what done by the author?
I?m going to say: Have adult themes.
But that?s a stab in the dark.
*gets stabbed by Daniel*
That's funny, but let's try to keep this serious.
Okay...Hey I am techinqually not here fully yet, but hopefully soon I will be...
That doesn't give you the right to spam, so stop wasting space and ask, or do something constructive for once.
The correct answer is: Have original artwork done by the author.
AH, I see.
I am techiqly back...lol, so here is my question for you both. What did Gandalf tell Frodo to do, in order to illistrate the power of the ring? (Fellowship Book 1)
I don?t remember, I need to read that book again, I only read it once, unlike Two Towers and Return of the King.
I believe he told him to throw it in the fire.