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theheirsofdurin:

If you should ever need my help, I will come.







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Red Nose Day







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aideanoakenshield:

Now come the days of the King. May they be blessed.


aideanoakenshield:

Now come the days of the King. May they be blessed.







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leaper182:

If you should ever need my help… I will come.

I like this gifset, because it reminded me that, hey, Galadriel said that in AUJ, and she came when he needed her. :D







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I will have war







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durance:

Three Times Chris Evans Touched Jeremy Renner’s Left Boob at SDCC 2014

…And One Time Jeremy Touched His

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tigerliliesandcherryblossoms:

werecakes:

So I already am having problems with the new movie. Mostly my loyalty is kicking in insanely. 

14 dwarves won back their kingdom.

14 dwarves were the only ones brave enough to try ANYTHING.

1 hobbit was convinced to be a part of this.

1 hobbit, such a little fellow, out of his element tried to do all he could.

The calamity of Smaug cannot be blamed upon the dwarves nor the hobbit for Smaug would awaken at some point and desolate another town another kingdom because of how twisted and evil he is. 

Bard and the elves blame it on the dwarves, they over look the hobbit. They are so blinded by how they want to punish someone that they don’t see that these dwarves only wanted a home. Yet they are hated and blamed and humans and elves wish to slaughter them.

They showed Dori, Ori and Kili trying to get a head back on a statue. The dwarves trying to pick up the pieces of their lives. Trying to be safe and sound. 

Fuck you BARD and FUCK  YOU ELVES!

Fuck everything.

I’m not okay.

Not at all.

T.A.N.J.

Well, them there is the flaw with the books.

Thank god we have fandom to fix that.







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asparklethatisblue:

it’s that time again, the time when I’m pissed off when everyone is nodding wisely about ‘greedy Dwarves’ and ‘mad mindless Thorin’, or ‘every twitch Thorin now does is just the gold sickness’, or how Thorin and his blindly loyal company fucked up everything for everyone. While completely ignoring how Bilbo fucked up for selfish reasons as well, or how the Men and Elves didn’t stop to think either, or even about how Elves and Men have a higher track record of fucking up due to greed

Thorin has a legitimate complaint! Unless they’re radically changing the book and Bard and Thranduil just show up to ask for Thorin to make some contribution to the rebuilding of Lake-town without demanding a price, he’s only defending his kingdom from a siege. Even Tolkien, with all his biases, admitted in the narration that the Men and Elves were coming to take the treasure without a single thought for the thousand other Dwarves in the West with prior claim. They refused to meet Thorin’s own (not unreasonable) demands for an unarmed parley. They denied his claim, insulted him, and threatened him. If Thorin had the patience of a saint and the foresight of a wizard, then maybe he might have stood a chance of keeping his cool, but to ask that ANYONE just calmly respond to that kind of treatment is just this side of insane.

In hindsight? Thorin should have fought harder for a parley. But, this is an individual who has sunk just as low as he could go. Who saw his friends and family slaughtered by a creature they were blamed for summoning. Their closest allies saw what happened and turned their backs on them. He’s been starving and homeless. He lost more of his family in a war. He managed to build some semblance of stability in another Clan’s range, being a leader without any of the glory or support which were his due. Then, against all odds, he makes it home with a rag-tag troupe of his closest friends and family. He gets his kingdom back. And not a day later, two armies show up and try to take it away. Would you stand for it?

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