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Forbidden Pool (5555 post Smile Smilie kind of cool )
Tolkien's version of Faramir, not Jackson.

P.S. and the next words can't be either Denethor or Berethor.
Elronds council
Galdor = an emisary from Cirdan to Elrond; he was present during the Council.
Legolas (he was there to)
Surf's Up!
Orc Going Huh SmilieElf Confused Smilie

Ulmo and his most awesome jet ski - He could have done it...
Gimli
Glittering Caves
Dwarfs
midgets
I don't think there were any midgets in Tolkien's works other than hobbits, and they might not qualify under that classification; though I'm no expert on the subject of classification.

midges
Trolls
Sore Toe
Broken arrow
Bard's black arrow
Smaug
Glaurung
Angband
War of the Great Jewels
Silmarillion
Music of the Ainur
Dis-chord of Melkor
Morgoth
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I don't think there were any midgets in Tolkien's works other than hobbits, and they might not qualify under that classification; though I'm no expert on the subject of classification.

Fair enough and i knew that too and sure it may have been a lame joke off target, however, none the less at least someone understood the point i was driving at and that's a start!

Antagonist

Shagrat absconded from the Tower of Cirith Ungol with Frodo's mithril shirt.
Orc
Uruk-hai
Nazgúl
Witch-king
Minas Morgul
Cirith Ungol
The Two Watchers
Watcher in the Water
Moria
Mellon
Elf
Pointy ears
Legolas
Gimli
Gloin
Glittering Caves
Mithril
Bilbo
Riddle
Eggses
Precious
Ring
Mount Doom
Molten Lava
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