UC Silmarillion blades.

Discussion in 'Fantasy Weapons and Armour' started by finrod, Oct 7, 2003.

  1. Thorin

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    Well, its obivous i need to read the books, cause I have no idea what you guys are talking about... lol.
     
  2. finrod

    finrod Born to woe.

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    try book of lost tales volume II
     
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    But in Silmarillion it says that Maeglin took his fathers sword and Eol's sword was even better then Anglachel (made from same material) because Eol made it for himself.
    And i think Maeglin would use that sword rather than axe.
     
  4. finrod

    finrod Born to woe.

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    it's not what bolt said. but hey! maybe we should ask him.
     
  5. Aramir

    Aramir Ranger of the North

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    Gurthang is one of my favorite blades in the whole tolkien universe because of its dark history, id drool over a black bladed replica of the iron death :D
     
  6. finrod

    finrod Born to woe.

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    Gurthang's cool. too bad it's wielder is a elfslaying, incestious (spelled wrong right?) psycho :D
     
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  7. Calarustithil

    Calarustithil Smith of Gondolin

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    I love to see all of these, but I doubt Christopher Tolkien would go for it, bummer.
     
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    Are you kidding? If it will make money, Chris Tolken will do it. Lord knows he's allowed other people to use the liscense for lesser reasons.

    Then again, there are so many good weapons in the Silmarillion and the secondary works to keep smiths busy for years.

    From the Forge,
    Feonor
     
  9. Calarustithil

    Calarustithil Smith of Gondolin

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    He has been really stingy with the Silmarillirion rights.
     
  10. jeremiah.l.burns

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    Re: Silmirillian Swords


    ORCRIST!!!!
     
  11. jeremiah.l.burns

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    The only set left is the large-scaled Bag-end, which PJ owns and had plans to bury in a hillside back home in NZ...that way he'd have his very own hobbit-hole. He had to get special permission from New Line, as most sets are usually destroyed, and he paid for the storage.
     
  12. Unicorn

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    Actually, I believe it's already been built. There's a picture in a magazine (can't remember which) of his house and "Bag End" in the backyard.