A Hobbit going to Unseen Hogwarts

Elana | 22
Discworld. Harry Potter. Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit.

Hello! :)
I decorate quotes from Sir Terry Pratchett's Discworld novels. You can find them all here. And sometimes I also make other stuff and gifs. I love The Lord of the Rings and especially the Hobbits. Hobbits! Hobbitshobbitshobbits!
Harry Potter has been a part of my life for about the last decade.
Oh, and lately the creations of Pemberley Digital have joined my fandom choir.
I hope you enjoy your stay!
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{ LORD OF THE RINGS }

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Richard Armitage on Thorin Oakenshield.



caroljessie:

pacific rim (2013); "haven’t you heard, mr. becket? the world is coming to an end. so where would you rather die: here, or in a jaeger?”


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#pacific rim









"‘Yes, I’d better go and see my father,’ he said, and the glow in his face faded. ‘It’s well past lunchtime. If I don’t see him every day he forgets who I am.’
‘I hate things that try to take away what you are. I want to kill those things, Mr. Anybody. I want to kill all of them. When you take away memories, you take away the person. Everything they are.’"  -

Wintersmith, Terry Pratchett, 2006

This book went to press about a year before Sir Pratchett was diagnosed. I’m past crying; I’d just like to breathe right about now.

(via twin-city-ankh-and-morpork)



ninuiithil:


Tolkien Read-A-Lond Standard Bingo Card
Week 7 - Map of Beleriand

It took me a while to figure out what to do with this prompt, I considered making a collage or doing a different prompt all together, then decided that it would be nice to have something to hold on to, rather than just a photograph, like I often do. Turns out, this was the most helpful prompt ever! Now I can’t draw, and the dimensions are a bit off, it is not overly detailed but in all the time reading and listening to the Silm or even checking things out in the Atlas of Middle-Earth, I have never fully grasped the geography of Beleriand. I knew Doriath was a forest and I knew there was an area called Hithlum and I knew Angband and Thangorodrim were in the north, but that was about it. Now, for the first time in my life, I have the feeling I actually can visualize the places Feanor’s sons lived, the distances Beren traveled and the close proximity between enemies. Thank you for this wonderful prompt!  

ninuiithil:

Tolkien Read-A-Lond Standard Bingo Card

Week 7 - Map of Beleriand

It took me a while to figure out what to do with this prompt, I considered making a collage or doing a different prompt all together, then decided that it would be nice to have something to hold on to, rather than just a photograph, like I often do. Turns out, this was the most helpful prompt ever! Now I can’t draw, and the dimensions are a bit off, it is not overly detailed but in all the time reading and listening to the Silm or even checking things out in the Atlas of Middle-Earth, I have never fully grasped the geography of Beleriand. I knew Doriath was a forest and I knew there was an area called Hithlum and I knew Angband and Thangorodrim were in the north, but that was about it. Now, for the first time in my life, I have the feeling I actually can visualize the places Feanor’s sons lived, the distances Beren traveled and the close proximity between enemies. Thank you for this wonderful prompt!  



Harry James Potter + Sass



boromirs:

Henry V., IV.III