This group is about Tolkien world, presumptions about things that were not written or said by Tolkien himself. I collect informations from mostly internet source but I have my own presumptions too. I would like you to share yours too :)
An interesting article about possible , lore-friendly dwarven wedding customs by the Dwarrow Scholar
Following Part I on The Military Structure and Ranking System of Mordor, here is Part II of the article.
the military structure and ranking system of mordor: part ii
“ ‘Whose blame’s that?’ said the soldier. ‘Not mine. That comes from Higher up.’ ” – The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, Book...
the military structure and ranking system of mordor: part i
The Vanyar, also called the Fair Elves, Light-elves, and 'Spear-elves', were the first and smallest of the Kindreds of the Eldar. Under the leadership...
Númenor was one of the names of the isle of Elenna, which was raised from the Great Sea by the Valar in the beginning of the Second Age.Númenor was...
In "The Two Towers", there are only three chapters that deal directly with events taking place in Rohan. We are introduced to Eomer and the Rohirrim in...
the battles of the fords of isen
The following is a list of books and resources by and about J.R.R. Tolkien. While there are many more than are listed here, those listed here I have read...
After the death of Elendil at the end of the Second Age, the Numenorean Exiles (now known as the Dunedain) had a new King. While Isildur was technically...
the disaster of the gladden fields
"Seven stars and seven stones and one white tree." The biggest irony about the Palantiri is that, at the time that Tolkien wrote the scene at Isengard...
In Part One, I outlined a more general history of the Istari and introduced each of them except one: Gandalf. A detailed account of the Grey Wizard follows...
the istari part two
The only reference to the wizards at the time that "The Lord of the Rings" was published was in Appendix B, which simply describes them as messengers...
the istari part one
In "Part One", we looked at the origins of Galadriel and Celeborn, as well as the various races of the Eldar. At the end of the First Age, the long struggle...
the history of galadriel and celeborn part two
This section is actually one of the most cumbersome in the whole volume because there is so much information that is contradictory with what we already...
the history of galadriel and celeborn part one
ANSWER: Although J.R.R. Tolkien described a “Morgoth cult” that Sauron introduced into Numenor (in “Akallabeth”) you may sometimes come across...
are there any cults in middle-earth?
In The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey movie Galadriel is able to speak telepathically with Gandalf, also doing so later with Frodo in The Fellowship of...
what powers has galadriel?
Could Sauron have Unmade the One Ring? Read and you will know.
could sauron have unmade the one ring?
Could Sauron Have Risen Again after the One Ring Was Destroyed?
could sauron have risen again after the one ring was destroyed?
How Did Sauron Give the Seven Rings to the Dwarven Kings?
how did sauron give the seven rings to the dwarven kings?
What Could Sauron Have Done Had He Regained the One Ring?
what could sauron have done had he regained the one ring?
Is the Messenger Sent to Dáin a Black Rider or the Mouth of Sauron?
is the messenger sent to dáin a black rider or the mouth of sauron?
Q: When Was Sauron at His Most Powerful? Answer right there.
q: when was sauron at his most powerful?
Why Did Sauron and the Nazgul Not Know When Bilbo Wore the Ring?
why did sauron and the nazgul not know when bilbo wore the ring?
Did Sauron Ever Attempt to Form an Alliance With Smaug?
did sauron ever attempt to form an alliance with smaug?
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