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Dan Smith's Fantasy Fonts for Windows
Very well done site featuring a collection of downloadable fonts of interest to LOTR fans: Quenya, Sindarin, Noldor, etc., plus others. Includes key-mapping, help files and links to other sites. Free unless used commercially (see site for his guidance). A
You can make your own cartoon movies with introductions, conclusions, scripts, and theme music!! All of your choice!
Gode Cookery--Authentic Recipes from the Middle Ages
"Here are recipes from several medieval English manuscripts and collections, each in its original language accompanied with a literal translation, and followed by a modern interpretation of the recipe and its cooking procedures. These recipes do not conta
Home Star Runner
This Site has nothing to do with LOTR but if you are bored and want a break from the ordanairy come here. IT IS DANG FUNNY :-)
These guys have done an amazing black rider costume, as well as explaining more about the characters. A great place to get ideas for yourself.
Lord of the Peeps
Lord of the Rings...peeps style! Peeps are the marshmallow bunnies and chicks you can buy at Easter.
Lord of the Rings Costumes
Gives instructions for making Lord of the Rings costumes. Has quick costume ideas for elves, hobbits, ect.
Lord of the Rings Fonts
This website has tons of great Tolkien inspired and medieval looking fonts, that are free to download.
Buy medieval Armor and Medieval knights' costumes, clothes, shields, swords and medieval weapons. High quality renaissance clothing, dresses and pirate clothing.
Mistaking the Movie: The Bloopers in LotR
This site has tons of funny bloopers to look for when watching the lord of the rings. Not only that it has trivia and explanations for things you thought you might have seen...
Fantasy radio station. Elronds voice welcomes you to middle earth on each login. Listen with WinAmp, MacAmp, Real Player, or WIn Media Player. LotR soundtracks are among the musical selections played.
The Tolkien Sarcasm Page
"The Tolkien Sarcasm Page, one of the oldest bastions of Tolkien humor on the Web, is here to help Middle-earth historians everywhere take a break from those heated arguments about Glorfindel's bloodline and whether or not Thingol was a wise King." Stop
What was "Home" called?
This site contains some essays concerning the "reawakening" of elvish traditions in humans. It also contains some interesting stories about the ancient cultures that were believed to dwell on Earth long time ago.
YaTT: Yet Another Tengwar Tool
A fantastic site for LOTR fans who want to play around with the languages of Middle Earth. This tool can transcribe from Roman lettering (like this) to Tengwar (Elven Quenya, Sindarin, etc.), or Tengwar to Roman!!FREE and it works with Windows (even XP),