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Lord_Sauron
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on: July 25, 2019 11:57
How did Melkor arrive with the lunacy of making you his second in command you lost every battle you were in.
It may have been luck with the Dwarves and Bilbo but remember it was Bard who killed Smaug whom of which is a thousand times weaker than Ancalagon whom of which was killed buy a little wooden boat.
I admit that Samwise may not be the smartest Hobbit however when he was alone in Mordor did he not reject the Rings Power in turn defeating you. Also a simple Hobbit named Pippin kind of defeated you in the Palantir
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on: July 27, 2019 04:47
OK, you had ridden on to Minas Tirith with that Pippin when I started having some control issues over Curuno's Palantir. But to set some apparently erroneous second-hand information you may have received right, that was what's-his-name with some reforged sword.

But I can also tell you that reading that halfling's mind wasn't overly enlightening, either. You might not believe the kind of vapid, vacuous stuff you encounter there!
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on: July 30, 2019 08:42
I can’t remember did you help Aulë with building the two lamps?
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on: July 31, 2019 03:11
Aulë built lamps? I guess that certainly means no. Might have been during the time I was trying to get Utumno halfway organized. You may vaguely remember that the Big Boss was very much not one for the minutiae of the minimum bureaucracy needed to keep things from falling into total anarchy.
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on: August 05, 2019 01:34
There have been some great Elven and Human warriors especially in the First Age. In your opinion who do you think were the greatest Elven and Human warriors? I’m going to have to say Hurin and Fingolfin
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on: August 08, 2019 11:37
Ah yes, hasty reading has its drawbacks. For a short (very short) time “great warriors” set me on the wrong track, but then I quickly realized that on practically everything, we have diametrically opposite views. But with that recognition, I can sort of confirm that the two you mention head our “pains in south dorsal regions” list.

I really must login more often as I'm lagging behind now.

[Edited on 08/09/2019 by Gandolorin]
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on: August 12, 2019 01:40
It appears nothing really grows in Mordor perhaps I should ask Sam or Radagast to take a look at Mordor’s soil
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on: August 13, 2019 02:51
While that somewhat simpleminded Hobbit probably wouldn't do any damage, I definitely do not want that mushroom-addled Istar anywhere near my slaves! Their efficiency is bad enough as is, and if I try to think of them lying around on their backs looking at the clouds with a stupid grin on their face – *shudder* - after that downfall of Númenor and having Ring and finger cut off shortly thereafter, I don’t need that kind of aggravation (evil Maiar also have feelings, you know!).

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on: August 13, 2019 09:49
I wonder if there are other Fire breathing dragons or Balrogs hiding somewhere in Middle Earth. I certainly don’t to find out
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on: August 14, 2019 12:17
Believe me, I had plenty of time to check that out. It seems that color-shifting vagrant was involved in eliminating the last ones of each species - made two endangered species extinct, the cad!
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