Thread: Favorite Weapons?
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The Great Bullroarer bit in The Hobbit, the unexpected party. When the goblins invade the Shire
and Bullroarer knocks the goblins head off and rolls down a hole. The battle was won and the
game of golf invented at the same time. Strange Tolkien should mention golf, dont you think?
The golf bit was in the book. the hobbit.
The football bit i made up. funny thou.
I also like Legolas's original bow. I don't hate the one Galadriel gives him (which had elven hair as the string i believe) But, his old one was cool looking
I have edited your two posts that were posted in all caps... they still do not quite make sense, but I copied them exactly, simply taking them out of caps. Continuing to post in caps in sentences that do not make sense shall ultimately end in a ban.
dont remember seeing a wand, not getting confused with cinderella.
[For those who have been into D20 tabletop Rpgs in the past/present, a falcata would be in my mindset 1-6 damage like a short sword but would have a critacal range of a scimitar of 18-20 (due to the curve) but would have the critical damage of x3 like and axe. (due to the chopping power) In order to balance this weapon out I would not allow it to be used to improve armour class by fighting defensivly as it is to unwieldy for parrying.]
And if you find yourself in the Mines of Moria you can put a light on him and use him to check in dark recesses. Even with the Balrog you'd at least get the element of surprise when you whip out an angry Dwarf on a pole and wave it at him instead of the expected sword.
Of course getting your Dwarf and attaching him to a pole could be a problem but there's probably skilled Dwarfpolesmiths in Laketown due to the abundance of nearby Dwarves to be mined in the mountain.
Haha, I love flaming Denethor!
Based on movies it would probably be the Sting, because I like the engraved elements on the blade. I didn't like the blue glow though - looked almost like a neon light, not too subtle. I liked the Nazgul sword also, looked quite realistic and frightening. I would also add Gandalf's staff here (both of them actually).
mmm favourite weapon has to be Glamdring. PJ didnt make it glow in his films to date... Wonder how he'll handle it in The Hobbit.
Most effective weapons would have to be Grond! and of course the Oliphant Brigade, which I suppose could be classed as weapons.
Grond! Why? Melkor used it to destroy mountains and make his pits!
A shame im a dwarf and therefore cant use that badboy.
Indalass, you dont have time to discuss weapons - you have a part to play in Durin's Vengeance!