Thread: If u can be any othere race would u be
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Elves are cool.
Being a dragon is fine as long as you are used to also being a loner where your only source of social interaction (conversation) is either trying to rob and/or kill you or and is destined to become your next meal.
hmmm ... never thought of that. But I gues I could talk to whom ever I want to if I was a dragon even in the middle of the night. And dragons have always fascinated me ! They are so ... well, big, fiery,terrible ... I can't find a proper word for that ...
Hey Boring! Welcome back! Good to see you here again!
Oooh! I hadn't thought of being a dragon. Would be so cool! Scaring the hell out of everyone!
Elves are nice beautiful creatures. But I always wanted to be big and evil, so I gues I would make a better dragon than elf.
But being a dragon would be cool too. I'd want to be a fire-breather like Ancalagon the Black, not some wimpy land-bound cold wyrm.
I think I to would like to be a Dwarf; however, if those bearded lady Dwarves don't use an underarm deodorant, I may change my mind. Some of those underground halls and passageways can be quite close.
I now find that I did welcome you yesterday Gromdul, so consider yourself doubly welcomed.
[Edited on 29/8/2002 by Grondmaster]
and then there was Lobelia Sackville-Baggins of course... I'd have definitely called that cankerous old biddy a witch (not to her face though.
Hi there Naira! *waves* If you want to be a female spellcaster, try Luthien, the greatest spellcaster of them all. She whupped Morgoth's arse! Go Tinuviel!
Unless you bring the Maia in of course, then I suppose Melian would be the most powerful (in my opinion).
What about the Witch King?
I think not, I have much nicer hair than Legolas.
LOL a little off the topic here but Plastic, you DO have nice hair! i saw ur pic from that 'what do you look like' thread- what shampoo do you use?
Awww... thanks. And what's shampoo
Or maybe a female wizard, I'd get to do all those things AND do magic. *lol*
I respect the hardiness of the Dunedain and their wisdom and ability to affect the plan of Illuvatar where no one else can... But they are not immortal and seem to have lots of problems govering themselves.
Dwarves are cool but just too stodgy and i like living in the sunlight.
I have been accused of being a really overgrown Hobbit due to my fondess of an uncomplicated lifestyle and desire to get as many meals as I can a day. Second Breakfast anyone? And their hobbit holes look really comfortable... So that is a definite possibility.
I love music, song, singing, listening to stories and storytelling, good food, the Moon and the Stars and being in Nature. I would really love to have the gracefulness of an Elf. Preferably a Vanyar or Noldorin Elf, but any will really do. And immortality is a really nice bonus. Yes, I would like to be an Elf. Not an overbearing, distant, imperious, too full of himself Elf, but rather a friendly giving elf with a big house for guests to hang in and food and music to share. Actually, just like Elrond.
I'm still a Nandor though.
Failing that being Maiar would be pretty sweet, get a nice mortal avater but even if thats destroyed just return to Valinor and get a new one....I mean can the Elves do that??
It depends on if the doom af Mandos hangs over them or not!
If this is the case, then elves can come back. Maybe they just have to do something really bad-assed and righteous to pull it off.
I think I read it at another Tolkien site called The Grey Havens.
I must admit, I hadn't thought about being a Valar or a Maiar... I wouldn't mind being a Maiar. Valar have too much responsiblity. Though, i still think that I'd like to be and elf Like Elrond the most. Especially with a nice big house... and lots of meals.
Dwarves are cool though.
Actually, I remember reading somewhere that the Noldorin Elf Glorfindel, that helped Frodo get to Imladris by lending him Asfaloth was the same Glorfindel that sacrifced himself to kill the balrog leading the enemies that pursued Tuor, Idril and the refugees of the fallen Gondolin.
It implies in the silmarillion that they are two different Glorfindel's but it would be cool if there the same.
It then suggested through his evidence that Tolkien had introduced another Glorfindel in Rivendell, and at first Tolkien had intended the two Glorfindels being the same elf. Apparently, however, as his writing increased and his stories evolved, he ran into difficulties explaining how the two elves could be one and the same. The main arguement had been, if Glorfindel had died in Middle Earth during the First Age, how had he managed to return back to Middle Earth for the Third Age, when Aman was effectively closed to passage for the Noldor.
Anyway, having come across difficulties of his own making, Tolkien had then gone to pains to make the two Glorfindels different elves. Not painful enough maybe, in my opinion, but like the fate of Elrond's sons, and the mystery of what is Tom Bombadil, he has left us with another mystery to muse over.
I am an elf!
elfs ar just the cooliest
But maybe I could also be an ent, I can go really mad when I see people hurting trees, once when I was little our neighbour cutted a tree and when I saw him I started to cry and to tell him to stop......He came to speak with my mother about "that weird little girl..." *grins*
He came to speak with my mother about "that weird little girl..." *grins*
I live on the west coast (sunnmÝring!) and we are not that bothered with snow. When it does snow it melts into slush and then into ice far to quickly. The ability to walk on ice without falling might be a better one for me.
Yes, living the life of a hobbit has its advantages over that of our hectic lives. Of course they don't have pizza, TV, computer games, and Planet-Tolkien.com, but some of the things at the first of that list we might be better off without.
Of course they don't have pizza, TV, computer games, and Planet-Tolkien.com,