Discussion in 'Open Chat' started by alisydas, Jun 7, 2003.
This is only for the fellowship not for other characters such as Treebeard, gollum, or Elrond. sos.
Toss up between Aragorn and Legolas, probably Legolas in the end since he is an elf, but Aragorn would be awesome to be too!
I think I would be Legolas...... but I'm not sure.
Im soooo Pippin all my friends say i act just like him.I guess its because i like to get everyone in trouble and i talk and do the things just like him.
I have gone for legolas, cause of his skill
I'd love his sight and agility! Not to mention not needing to sleep and being able to run and never tire!
immmmmmm.... uhhh... gandalf/legolas/aragorn/eowyn
damn... i can never decide any of these things
ooo i forgot elrond! and eru! and morgoth!
Siri only the Fellowship that sould help a teeny tiny bit!
well well well... hmph
Yeah I know it only helps a little, don't think too hard school is out and that isn't allowed!
ok then i wont
my answer is D, all of the above!
LMAO!!! me too! or E... all of the above and more
Yes I would have to fully erase my answer and completely fill in the bubble with a number 2 pencil only, on E as well!
LMAO! those evil #2 pencils...
I'm sooo Gimli! "Nobody throws a dwarf!" I also have the temper to match! I think the verbal sparring between Gimli and all the other Fellowship members was soo great! He was totally the comic relief... you know... because of his clumsyness and stupidity (i.e. when he fell off his horse). Also traits I possess, unfortunately!
LMAO! he and legolas are great together... "shall i describe it for you, or would you like me to get you a box?" *gasp* omg... i cant remember it exactly... AAAAAAAA
Yes the evil #2 Pencils aren't you glad to be rid of them?
Gimli was definately used as a strong comic relief in TTT, which was needed in such serious scenes as Hornburg and Helm's Deep. He wasn't used as much in FOTR.
yeah, he was hardly in fotr
but aaah hes so funny
"Don't tell the Elf!", "Not a word," I LOVED that!!!!!!!!!
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