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thranduilofsmirkwood · 22 hours ago
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Fun with the Family.
Poor Faramir.
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spectraling · a day ago
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Merry and Éowyn looked out for each other during the muster of Rohan, but they can't have known much of what was going on around them. Éowyn couldn't speak to the other men or be too close for fear of blowing her cover and Merry was ignored and couldn't understand Rohirric
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theblogofdurin · 2 days ago
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Am I the only one who just finds the aesthetic of Rohan so appealing.....or is my bisexual showing..
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dankou · a day ago
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I was gonna do more for this but then didn't so I may as well post it... Eowyn from LOTR
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dimdiamond · 23 hours ago
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"Catch me" meme but it's Merry with Eowyn
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and Pippin with Faramir
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Don't worry they're fine!
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emilybeemartin · 7 hours ago
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Inktober day 17: "Collide." The Eagles are coming!
Day 18: "Moon." A witchsona for my birthday looking at moon runes.
Day 19: "Loop." Glorfindel and Eowyn, because it was Glorfindel who predicted that no mortal man could destroy the Witch King of Angmar, and Eowyn fulfilled that prophecy a thousand years later.
Day 20: "Sprout." Yavanna, Giver of Fruits.
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actuallyfeanor · 4 months ago
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Whenever I read LotR and reach the battle between Eowyn and the Witch-king, I get the impression that the reason why the prophecy loophole works isn’t that the Witch-king is unkillable except for some illogical weakness nobody had thought about yet for misogynistic reasons, but that the Witch-king himself derives so much of his power from the fear he instills in others and from his own belief that he is unkillable. Eowyn doesn’t fear him, because she doesn’t fear death. When she twists his words right back at him, she’s not trying to exploit a prophecy loophole, she’s just making a play on the double meaning of the word «man» with fairly standard battlefield bravado.
But, crucially, it gets the Witch-king wondering if there might be an actual loophole in the prophecy. He starts doubting his own invincibility. There’s no logical reason why a woman might be able to kill him if a man cannot, but prophecies are tricky things. What if …
And this is what undoes him, in the end. This last minute doubt. The Witch-king, deep down, believes that Eowyn can kill him, thus making it possible for her to do so.
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silmaspens · 7 months ago
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“But no living man am I! You look upon a woman. Éowyn I am, Éomund's daughter. You stand between me and my lord and kin. Begone, if you be not deathless! For living or dark undead, I will smite you, if you touch him.”
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frodo-sam · 8 days ago
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THE LORD OF THE RINGS: The Two Towers (2002) THE LORD OF THE RINGS: The Return of the King (2003) dir. Peter Jackson
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lady-arryn · 3 months ago
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THE LORD OF THE RINGS costumes appreciation: ― Eowyn’s funeral dress (costume design by Ngila Dickson and Richard Taylor)
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