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To further this thread, I would deem the King Cobra stage last night, the Mines of Moria: once, possibly bountiful and technologically superior but now resigned to decay and overrun by uh, you know.. staff.

Posted by lord | July 27, 2008 12:00 PM
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i decided i'm actually more of a dwarf with a lot of elf friends.

chaotic neutral

Posted by lar | July 27, 2008 2:00 PM
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Sounds like somebody's been dipping into that Shire weed...

Posted by Eric Grandy | July 27, 2008 2:08 PM
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Actually, Jeff, the Dwarves and the Elves had quite the tumultuous history--using the word "idolize" to categorize their relationship is tenuous at best. Their fabled feud is outlined in Tolkien's history of Middle Earth, The Silmarillion (you might recall Gimli's underlying hostility towards Legolas in the first part of the Trilogy). In fact, the Elves were quite fond of the Dwarves' discovery of mithril, and sought heartily to obtain it from them.

But, yes, Fleet Foxes are great.

Posted by LB | July 27, 2008 2:26 PM
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You're absolutely right, LB. I was thinking specifically of Gimli's love for the Lady Galadirel. It was the Hobbits who idolized the Elves once they met them.

Posted by Jeff Kirby | July 27, 2008 3:47 PM
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Yes, there is no doubt that Gimli was fully entranced by the Lady of the Wood. All the little guy wanted was a shock of her golden hair...

Posted by LB | July 27, 2008 4:20 PM
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i've been listening to fleet foxes while reading the silmarillon and it is incredible; you are absolutely right

Posted by yes | July 27, 2008 5:43 PM
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"i've been listening to fleet foxes while reading the silmarillon and it is incredible"

Try 3 Inches of Blood instead, they're total D&D Hobbit Rock.

Posted by ihatethefleetfoxes | July 27, 2008 10:47 PM

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