Thread: Hail all!
Many greetings to you all.
Welcome to Planet-Tolkien! We do not seem to have a Sauron visiting here at present (though you may wish to haunt Lord of all, as he is probably of close kin to the Dark Lord) and I have not seen bright Aeglos since Napoleon threw it away on the battlefield... I wish you good luck in finding it though. Sorry to say that there are no treasure-hoarding dragons on this planet, yet either. You will meet a lot of your kin, though!
And I encourage you to speak up in the discussions about the books and movies!
If you're looking for Sauron then the Green lady is right, Lord of all, is the closest thing to be found nowadays. And if you're in search of Aeglos then you could visit The Khazad Dummish Inn in Roplaying guilds and speak to its worthy keeper, Grondmaster, also known as Grondy. He may be able to help you.
See you around
Be warned though, to get your first drink in the Khazad-dûmish Inn, you must first sing us a song or recite a poem. It is quite painless and everyone has had to do it. I may have some ideas as where to look for your spear; was it the same as your lance in Sam's song?
His sword was long his lance was keen,....
Enjoy your stay... If you wish to do some searching of another kind, we have a few spiders, possibly some orcs and a couple of Nazgúl... But they rarely show their face...
*Loss straightens his blonde elvish wig and ears above his empty face... whistles and leaves the room with a curdling scream...*
I KNEW there was something up with you, name-changer!
By any other name would prickle just the same"
Cloveress, thank-you, you may be sure I will tour Napoleon's battlefields, and haunt Lord of all. Thank-you for the thought, but I have never benn really interested in killing dragons; orcs were generally more my thing.
Many thanks, noble dwarf Thorin. You may be sure I will look in The Khazad Dummish Inn and question it's barman, Grondy.
Thanks Grondy, I am honoured to be counted your brother. I shall sing your song (though I hope it doesn't have to be original) and Aeglos is the spear spoken about in that poem (it was a popular one in my day) but I am no good, I am afraid with the recent goings on in Middle-earth, as I am now only employed half-time. I took my long service leave during Sam's time, when everyone thought I had been hit by Sauron! How absurd!
Hello, Loss. You'd better not reveal your true identity: I beat your master, a mere servant is nothing. Until then: my heartiest salutations!
Greetings once again to all my fine comrades!