Which prop?

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Vee
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Post#1 » Tue Mar 02, 2004 6:09 am

Out of all the props (whether special fx or not) in the LotR films, which one would you most like to own?

I want the Balrog's whip of fire.

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lord aelric
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Post#2 » Tue Mar 02, 2004 7:45 am

A full Suit of Elven Plate-mail along with an Elven Longsword, (the Elven plate featured at the Battle Dagorlad? or is it the plains of Gorgoroth?)

Failing that ..i'll humbly settle for the Ring of Power, in the confident and certain knowledge that i would make an altogether greater and more abominable TYRANT than the meek, feeble and oft thought torch-like, Sauron.

Woulda given Morgoth a good seeing to as well - WIMP!
:badking:

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Vee
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Post#3 » Tue Mar 02, 2004 7:50 am

Failing that ..i'll humbly settle for the Ring of Power, in the confident and certain knowledge that i would make an altogether greater and more abominable TYRANT than the meek, feeble and oft thought torch-like, Sauron.


Spooky - I was going to start a thread asking people if they would take the ring and what qualities they had which would prevent them taking it. I even started to type it but then cancelled it because we all know too much about what the ring could do.

Ah...... bored? Me?


I'd also like a Palantir because they are glassy and shiny and round and would look fab in my house. Also save on phone bills......


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lord aelric
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Post#4 » Tue Mar 02, 2004 7:57 am

Save on phone bills... damn reet! Bit bulky though maybe fragile too...

Look good on my desk too, hmmmm... maybe it could descry the inner workings of the free-masons??? that'd help.

Yeah you guessed it, i'm verily bored but need some kind of outlet to alleviate my desire to actually do some work... the minister of justice in scotland, my boss,( i'm his junior advisor), and he's waiting for a massive submission of a speech i'm supposed to write, and frankly i just cant be arsed! *yawn*

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Amarië
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Post#5 » Tue Mar 02, 2004 10:00 am

They are not all accounted for, the last seeing-stones, we don't know who else could be watching! :wary:

Besides, Skype let you talk for free over the internet. It is not shiny and glassy, but at least you can block and ignore the ones you don't like from looking into your home. ;)

I want a sword. Not sure which one. Anduril perhaps? Or one made for me...I know the design it should have too... *dreams*
"Don't complain under the stars
about the lack of bright spots in you life."
Henrik Wergeland, Norwegian writer

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bugyfeanor
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Post#6 » Tue Mar 02, 2004 5:39 pm

Eh, since the Silmarils are not available at the moment, I think I'll have one of those Palantir things (made by the Elves, u know? Feanor to be more precise...)
Evil may yet be good to have been ... and yet remain evil. (Silmarillion)

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Post#7 » Tue Mar 02, 2004 6:52 pm

I'd go for the Ring of Barahir. It's got no special powers, but its heretage is awesome. The story of that ring would make a fantastic film or mini-series in its own right.

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Post#8 » Wed Mar 03, 2004 8:35 am

The crowning glory of all the films which is the Witchkings ball and chain. The weapon that even he struggles to wield.
I`ve seen PJ swinging it in a docu and he was having trouble with the lighter prop.

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Vee
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Post#9 » Wed Mar 03, 2004 4:06 pm

Val said:
I'd go for the Ring of Barahir.


Is that the ring that belonged to Aragorn - the two serpents?

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Post#10 » Wed Mar 03, 2004 4:38 pm

Yes, Vee, the only heirloom to survive the Downfall of Numenor.
Evil may yet be good to have been ... and yet remain evil. (Silmarillion)

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