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The Lord of the Rings & Hobbit series from the beginning to the end

tagged: #tolkien

For the lovely avelinedegrande

Dragons of Middle-earth

“So comes snow after fire, and even dragons have their endings.” ― J.R.R. Tolkien

tagged: #tolkien

aegisols:

Video Game Challenge: [1/5] heartbreaking scenes/moments - Return to Ostagar
↳ “Something about returning here makes me feel old, Wynne […] I just mean that I was a different person then. I believed him, you know? That it would be a glorious battle, that we’d win.”

sammywasabi:

THE RACES AND PLACES OF MIDDLE EARTH → Mirkwood

Greatest of the forests of the Northern world.
tagged: #tolkien

viktorcreed:

The Deadpool Corps

Can we go back, this is the moment
Tonight is the night, we’ll fight 'til it’s over
So we put our hands up like the ceiling can’t hold us
Like the ceiling can’t hold us
tagged: #marvel

The common people pray for rain, healthy children, and a summer that never ends. It is no matter to them if the high lords play their game of thrones, so long as they are left in peace. They never are.

tagged: #asoiaf

sexymarauders:

this looks like the beginning of a trailer for a bad road trip movie

tagged: #harry potter
I will kill you and eat you raw.
Oberyn Martell meme: (1/4) four relationships → Oberyn & Obara
“The day my father came to claim me, my mother did not wish for me to go. ‘She is a girl,’ she said, ‘and I do not think that she is yours. I had a thousand other men.’ He tossed his spear at my feet and gave my mother the back of his hand across the face, so she began to weep. ‘Girl or boy, we fight our battles,’ he said, ‘but the gods let us choose our weapons.’ He pointed to the spear, then to my mother’s tears, and I picked up the spear. ‘I told you she was mine,’ my father said, and took me.”
— theme