Legolas and Gimli depart by TurnerMohan
"We have heard tell that Legolas took Gimli Glóin’s son with him because of their great friendship, greater than any that has been between Elf and Dwarf. If this is true, then it is strange indeed: that a Dwarf should be willing to leave Middle-earth for any love, or that the Eldar should receive him, or that the Lords of the West should permit it. But it is said that Gimli went also out of desire to see again the beauty of Galadriel; and it may be that she, being mighty among the Eldar, obtained this grace for him. More cannot be said of this matter."
—The Return of the King, Appendix A
some soviet Sherlock
Niarbyl, Isle of Man
hehe, it’s nice to be tagged this way, thank youuu!
- I can draw I think
- I have cool eyes and eyebags that I love, seriously, I’d never hide them.
- My body is now accepted, yay
- I can learn lots of languages as I have a predisposition to it
- My hair is curly and fluffy
I’d tell everyone who sees it and wants to write something, go ahead!
You have replaced every piece of yourself. Mechanic or organic. Time and time again. There’s not a trace of the original you left.
oh! sorry for such a late reply, but I’ve been away this week! and um, I’m really not sure, they are all very peculiar in their ways, I liked 2 and 4, and 9 is a sweetheart, buT K WHO AM I KIDDING TENTH IS JOLLY GOOD,dramatic and emotional,so I’m not even sorry. Hope that Moffat doesn’t ruin Capaldi’s doctor or I’m gonna cry.
I heard a theory that Jotunheim isn’t only a place in Sagas, it has actually been a real place and that that place is called Finland today. The name Jotunheim comes from its first king, Fornjoth, “The Old Jotun” or “The Ancient Giant”, whose people were called Jotuns. Fornjoth had three sons: Hler (also known as Aegir or in Finland, as Väinämöinen), Kare (Ilmarinen in Finland) and Logi (in Finland he was called Liekkö or even Liekki, which means flame in Finnish - or Lemminkäinen). Logi has also mentioned in a list of later kings of Finland, but one theory tells that he went to Northern Norway and established a kingdom there.
(Why Jotuns were called giants can be because in those days (somewhere in 400-700) people’s average length was ca 140-160 cm, but the skeletons that have been found in Finland were even over 190 cm.)
Doctor Who meme | four brotps [3/4]
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