Legolas coming to grips with death

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grondmaster
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Legolas coming to grips with death

Post#1 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

Welcome to our forum Sepdet. :happyelf:

Having only seen TTT once, and as I'm still reading UT for the first time, I'll have to bow to your knowledge of what makes Legolas tick. Your analysis almost makes me believe you were there helping PJ and company write the screenplay; so how many times did you have to watch the two movies to obtain this insight. :elfcool:
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sepdet
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Legolas coming to grips with death

Post#2 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

Uuuh...


A lot more than someone studying for PhD exams ought to. ;)

FOTR — 7 times in the theater, probably as many by now on the DVD.
TTT — I lost track around 4 or 5 but I bet I'm up to 8 or so now.
Books — read them at least once a year; have been doing so since about the year Bloom was born.

Do the words "obsessive compulsive" ring a bell? :) nn[Edited on 20/4/2003 by Valedhelgwath]

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Allyssa
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Legolas coming to grips with death

Post#3 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

Your insight into Legolas' character is very impressive Sepdet. I enjoyed reading your essay very much - you have a talent for writing - and I can now appreciate the character as more than just a pretty elf-lad now. Thank you.

I dont suppose I could use that essay for my Fan fic Mag?
"May the Angels Guide"

sepdet
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Legolas coming to grips with death

Post#4 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

*blinks*
Again, I'd be honored.

I like to think I never glommed onto him merely as a pretty boy. I'm usually immune to pretty boys. I was noticing a few other things.

(Who am I kidding? I glommed onto him because I'm an archer, and he shot three arrows in three seconds. Much more mature reason. :elfroleeyes: @ self)



[Edited on 4/20/03 by sepdet]nn[Edited on 20/4/2003 by Valedhelgwath]

sepdet
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Legolas coming to grips with death

Post#6 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

*laughs*

1) old enough that Legolas' actor scares me when I see him without the elf get-up because I realize how young he is

2) no. They don't allow same-sex marriages in this state.


(how's that for an unexpected answer?) nn[Edited on 20/4/2003 by Valedhelgwath]

Sheryl
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Legolas coming to grips with death

Post#8 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

Welcome to PT,

Great esay on Legolas, my soul mate! ;) (Well at least I think he is. :funnylaugh: ) I love Legolas and reading the books for, I won`t say how long, I know you`re older than a certain age bc I know when Orli was born. He`s only 15 years older than me. Yes, I`m eleven and proud of it, I`m at the prime of my youth! :funnylaugh:

I enjoyed reading your post very much and I can`t wait to read more of your posts in the future.

Well, see you around the forums. :D
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even tho u r afar!

Nessa
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Legolas coming to grips with death

Post#9 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

Hey sepdet, I only want to say that I really like your writing, oh yeah, a analysis (sorry you must understand my English is horroful ;-) )
But I am really impressed and it is fantastic to read such as thing.

I notist that Legolas was still young compare to other Elvs. But you really helpt me to understand more the way of Legolas and his thinking and Legolas adn Gimli, I think it is very important that Legolas is young and had all this new expierence, I think it is important for the fact Legolas and Gimlis deep frendship.

In this way THANKS ;-)))

Delidia
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Legolas coming to grips with death

Post#10 » Thu Jan 01, 1970 12:00 am

You write a lot. ;)

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