Awww don’t be scared little Gimli
When the lego version ships it you know it’s the best ship
I want this game for DS so badly and that’s weird because I NEVER play video games now a day, I only WATCH others play them but this one I want with a passion and to play on my DS. Q.Q
I haven’t wanted a game this badly since Kingdom Hearts 2 came out in 2005!
OH MY GOD IT’S LIKE LEGO BATMAN AND TWO-FACE/RIDDLER BUT BETTER.
I am so addicted to this game I can’t even say. You can play as Rosie Cotton. You can play as a mini-Balrog. You can put glasses and a moustache on Sauron.
It is the game of games.
#This dwarf is the most badass dwarf in the entire film #Look at that shit he doesn’t even blink #The only reason Sauron didn’t try to pull his shit sooner is because this guy was still alive #Because this guy would’ve picked up that glowing eyeball shit #And SMASHED IT BETWEEN BIG FUCK OFF HAMMERSWITH HIS BARE HANDS
I don’t even know where to begin.
For those of you who are just tuning into me, I wrote letters to all of The Hobbit cast when I went to visit them on my Make-a-Wish. I had gotten a response from the actor who plays “Oin” just a few weeks ago. Just now, I was sitting on my floor making cancer ribbons to put on our Marching Band uniforms, and my Aunt walks in with a letter/package from Sebastian; Peter Jackson’s assistant.
I open it, and my heart literally jumped into my throat. It was from my biggest idol, Richard Armitage.
He wrote a pretty lengthy (and most educated) letter. It was heartfelt, and you can tell that he loves his job and takes it very seriously. In the letter it says:
“I am enclosing some of Thorin’s chain mail to keep you ‘strong’.
He also included the name of the flute piece we were discussing (meaning he remembers our conversation…I am so happy).
I am speechless…this was so kind of him. I am beyond words. All I can say is, I am so proud to be in the Armitage Army.
Good lord, what a fantastic story!
“I mean Gimli, Gloin’s son here.”
Gimli bowed low, and the axe slipped from his belt and clattered on the ground.
”Hoom, hm! Ah now,” said Treebeard, looking dark-eyed at him. “A dwarf and an axe-bearer! Hoom! I have good will to Elves, but you ask much. This is a strange friendship!”
“Strange it may seem,” said Legolas; “but while Gimli lives I shall not come to Fangorn alone.”