r/lotrmemes Oct 01 '22

Witch King 1V1 Gandalf - Did I miss anything? Lord of the Rings

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u/risen_peanutbutter Ent Oct 01 '22 Silver

Gandalf you absolute sex icon

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 01 '22

Knock your head against these doors risen_peanutbutter! and if that does not shatter them and I'm allowed a little peace from foolish questions, I will try to find the opening words.

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u/yuffieisathief Oct 01 '22 edited Oct 01 '22

Omg, it even says usernames now? You really are the best bot, Gandalf bot

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 01 '22

Yes, for sixty years the Ring lay quiet in Bilbo's keeping prolonging his life. Delaying old age. But no longer yuffieisathief. Evil is stirring in Mordor. The Ring has awoken. Its heard its master's call.

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u/bilbo_bot Oct 01 '22

Well if I'm angry it's your fault! It's mine My only.... My Precious

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u/Lana_Nugirl96 Oct 01 '22

BILBO BAGGINS! I AM NOT TRYING TO ROB YOU....I'm trying to help you...

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u/bilbo_bot Oct 01 '22 Wholesome

Always have done and always will.

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u/risen_peanutbutter Ent Oct 01 '22

Unexpectedly wholesome

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u/ahjifmme Oct 01 '22

Dies - lives

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u/CyvaderTheMindFlayer Oct 02 '22

“Were you killed”

“Sadly yes, but I lived”

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u/hovdeisfunny Oct 02 '22

I got better

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u/imajokerimasmoker Oct 02 '22

I live. I die. I live again!

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u/Ocronus Oct 02 '22

Technically he just plain died. If I'm not mistaken Eru just yeeted him back as a new being more powerful than before.

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u/ahjifmme Oct 02 '22

Is that why they didn't recognize him in the books? Or did he retain his physical features? (It's been ages since I last read the books.)

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u/Aybarand Oct 02 '22

They didn't recognise him because, first of all, he was dead. Secondly, they were dicking around in Fangorn, probably thought they were hallucinating, and lastly, Isengard was like a mile away, they thought he was Saruman.

Tall, old, lanky bearded men in robes and wonky hats all kind of look alike from a distance.

They of course recognised him once they spoke. I believe his hair might have become white(?) along with his clothes but as far as I can recall he was identical in every other way.

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u/Saruman_Bot Istari Oct 02 '22

Who now has the strength to stand against the armies of Isengard ... and Mordor?

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u/boropin Oct 02 '22

When your friends are the server admins and they decide to respawn you.

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u/spicy_potato_man Oct 01 '22

Dies-lives is the best thing I've read all day

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u/Marangoni013 Oct 01 '22

Is Witch kings armor ugly for you? I think its awesome

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u/Evening-Transition32 Orc Oct 02 '22

Right that shits awesome

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u/gray7p Oct 02 '22

He also believes that Eowyn managed to kill the Witch King because she was female.

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u/Smallbenbot03 Oct 02 '22

And not because there was a prophecy made by a man literally too important to die

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u/FookinDragon Oct 02 '22

Wait what Prophecy

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u/Smallbenbot03 Oct 02 '22

Dude made a prophecy about how the witch King can't be killed by a man and stuff, my dad is the lotr lore fanatic, I get these snippets when we watch ROP, I'll have to ask him about it more when I see him next

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u/gray7p Oct 02 '22

Glorfindel basically says that if the King goes after the witch king he'll die, because he's not destined to die by the race of men.

And considering this is an elf that even the Nazgul fear and currently oldest elf alive, with power as strong that he's almost the equal of maiar. Says alot

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u/Kunstfr Oct 02 '22

Glorfindel says during the War between Angmar and Arnor that there's no point going after the Witch King as he isn't going to die now, and that not by the hand of man will he fall.

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u/mh2sae Oct 02 '22

Ugly armor? Is one of the most badass armors of all the movies.

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u/ghettithatspaghetti Oct 02 '22

But relative to a bath robe tho,?

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u/kingwhocares Oct 02 '22

Isn't he wearing a black bathrobe too

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u/ZyxStx Oct 02 '22

Looks like grandma's poncho to me

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u/Eastman118 Oct 01 '22

How about: Is mortal man vs is a literal deity

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u/SplitGlass7878 Oct 02 '22

Well, mortal man is a stretch to be fair.

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u/ProgandyPatrick Oct 02 '22

Just like that butter!

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u/Eastman118 Oct 02 '22

Fair enough. I said mortal man in reference to the base class. The effect of the rings (his and Gandalf’s) was already mentioned by OP.

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 02 '22

You cannot pass!

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u/SplitGlass7878 Oct 02 '22

He still kinda is not human if I recall correctly. I always thought his humanity was stripped away by the ring and turned him into an undead creature.

Also he's like one of the very, very few non elves/maia who can do magic.

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u/Slashy_boi Oct 02 '22

Is mortal man - is immortal

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u/physicalord111 Oct 02 '22 edited Oct 02 '22

Eowyn was done dirty. Dont call her a side bitch

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u/rampantfirefly Oct 02 '22

Or a friendzoned ho. Girl got shit done.

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u/TheWriterCunt Oct 02 '22

Yeah, I mean, the best characterisation they could think of for Éowyn, the Shieldmaiden of Rohan, is side bitch? She has two names and like 7 different titles.

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u/MadcatFK1017 Oct 02 '22

She wishes she was a side piece

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u/MakkisPekkisWasTaken Hobbit Oct 02 '22

I mean, Faramir's no Aragorn, but there are far worse husbands in Middle Earth.

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u/aragorn_bot Oct 02 '22

I swore to protect you.

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u/[deleted] Oct 02 '22

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u/aragorn_bot Oct 02 '22

Riders of Rohan! What news from the Mark?

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u/koemaniak Troll Oct 02 '22

He has his qualities for sure

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u/whatdifferenceisit2u Oct 03 '22

I’d argue there’s no better. Who’d want to be the king’s wife? Sounds like a massive hassle.

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u/bbbhhbuh Oct 02 '22

Yeah she had a crush on Aragorn, but it turned out he was already taken, so she left to pursue other guys and got engaged to the second best looking dude in the Middle Earth about a week later.

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u/BirdEducational6226 Oct 01 '22

Gandalf fucks.

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 01 '22

Throw yourself in next time and save us your stupidity!

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u/Shattington_Bear Oct 02 '22

Do not take him for a turner of cheap tricks!

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u/MoeWind420 Oct 02 '22

Maybe a comparison between their rides:

Wack bleeding horse - Shadowfax, descendent of (i don‘t recall), showing the meaning of haste

Ugly flying lizard, not even real dragon - The Great Eagles, Children of Manwë

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u/SuperCharlesXYZ Oct 02 '22

Correct me if I’m wrong but I’m pretty sure the with king doesn’t actually have his ring anymore. Sauron took it back when he lost the one ring and needs it to control him without the one ring

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u/Eddiev1988 Oct 02 '22

That's correct. Sauron took back all the 9 rings of men, and I believe 4 of the ones given to dwarves. Dragon fire took the remaining rings, other than the elvish and the one of course.

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u/Smallbenbot03 Oct 02 '22

Dragon fire took the remaining rings

Smaug was busy

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u/sauron-bot Oct 02 '22

Patience! Not long shall ye abide.

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u/data_diver Oct 01 '22

Probably shouldn't admit this, but I thought the witch king was Sauran in the movies until reading this. Like, that was just his title. Sauran the Witch King.

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u/yuffieisathief Oct 01 '22

So what/who did you think the eye was (also in relation to the Witch King)? Honest question haha

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u/data_diver Oct 02 '22 edited Oct 02 '22

I thought the eye was a spell he had going to keep an eye on everyone.

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u/yuffieisathief Oct 02 '22

Yea I see how that would work, never to late to learn something new I would say :)

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u/Smallbenbot03 Oct 02 '22

Honestly it'd make sense that the eye is a spell while his essence was stuck in his tower

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u/[deleted] Oct 02 '22

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u/Saruman_Bot Istari Oct 02 '22

We must join with Him, Janembafreak97. We must join with Sauron. It would be wise, my friend.

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u/[deleted] Oct 01 '22

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u/__M-E-O-W__ Oct 01 '22

In the books Gollum actually states that he saw Sauron in his physical form.

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u/gollum_botses Oct 01 '22

He’s a horrid, fat Hobbit, who hates Sméagol, and who makes up nasty lies!

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u/__M-E-O-W__ Oct 01 '22

W - wait...

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u/just_that_michal Oct 02 '22

Don't worry, Smeagol was talking about Sauron.

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u/sauron-bot Oct 02 '22

Zat thraka akh… Zat thraka grishú. Znag-ur-nakh.

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u/gollum_botses Oct 02 '22

Curse the Baggins! It’s gone! What has it got in its pocketses? Oh we guess, we guess, my precious. He’s found it, yes he must have.

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u/sauron-bot Oct 01 '22

And now drink the cup that I have sweetly blent for thee!

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u/__M-E-O-W__ Oct 01 '22

Aw thank you sauron

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u/sauron-bot Oct 01 '22

Patience! Not long shall ye abide.

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u/myklclark Oct 02 '22

Yeah in the books he definitely has a physical form. He can’t take a fair form anymore but he still has a real body.

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u/tigerking615 Oct 02 '22

I actually like how the movie handled it better, because it circumvents questions about why Sauron didn't come out to fight himself.

(And I know people would say he was too weak, but he's a demi-god, and if he's got any sort of body, he's probably at minimum a Boromir-level fighter.)

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u/Lord_Strudel Oct 02 '22

Does he ever emerge from Barad Dur in the books? And is his physical form assumed destroyed with the undoing of the ring? Like he just drops dead? Never heard this before and find it fascinating.

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u/Polikarpie Oct 02 '22

No, he never left Barad-Dûr in his physical body. I think without rhe Ring it was really weak, he probably couldn't walk fsr on its legs. When the Ring was destroyed, a great black cloud appeared that was meant to contain the spirit of Sauron (I think) and then it fell apart and I guess that's when Sauron was destroyed or maybe scattered?

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u/mightylemondrops Oct 02 '22

Sauron absolutely has a physical form in the books.

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u/sauron-bot Oct 02 '22

To Eilinel thou soon shalt go, and lie in her bed.

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u/data_diver Oct 01 '22

That makes sense, thanks for the clarification.

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u/VagueInterlocutor Oct 02 '22

Yea, Olorin (aka Gandalf) is basically in the same peer group as Sauron (and the Balrog to be fair - they're another type of fire-based Maiar, a fire spirit gone bad. One of the good ones Arien guides the sun)

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 02 '22

Out of the frying pan and into the fire.

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u/VagueInterlocutor Oct 02 '22

I for one, welcome our sentient reddit bot overlords.

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u/sauron-bot Oct 02 '22

May darkness everlasting, old that waits outside in surges cold drown Manwë, Varda and the sun!

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u/Witch_King_ Oct 02 '22

Nah, Sauron is my boss.

I am the Witch King of Angmar, that is my title

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u/sauron-bot Oct 02 '22

Go fetch me those sneaking Orcs!

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u/Abomb007 Oct 02 '22

Your upvotes tell me we weren't the only ones...

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u/cabbbagedealer Oct 02 '22

"Sauron has yet to reveal his deadliest servant, the one who will lead Mordor's armies in war. The one they say no living man can kill. The Witch-king of Angmar. He is the lord of the Nazgûl, the greatest of the Nine." The Witch King is also the one that stabbed Frodo with the morgul blade he just wasnt wearing the cool armor yet.

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u/mickestenen Oct 01 '22

Did you watch the movies many times?

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u/data_diver Oct 01 '22

Only like 5 or 6 times... I'm still really confused tbh. Will probably rewatch it now...so, Isildur cuts the ring off Sauran at the begining or was that the Witch King?

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u/Elrond_Bot Oct 01 '22

CAST IT INTO THE FIRE!!!

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u/9Sylvan5 Oct 01 '22

What? How have you watched the movies 5 or 6 times and still didn't realize they weren't different characters?

Isildur cuts the ring off Sauron...dafuq...

Edit: you're trolling aren't you?

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u/Elrond_Bot Oct 01 '22

CAST IT INTO THE FIRE!!!

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u/9Sylvan5 Oct 01 '22

Oh calm your tits Elrond. No need to get dramatic about a little BBQ.

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u/MoeWind420 Oct 02 '22

And a dude isn‘t allowed to change his outfit in a couple millennia, especially after being disintegrated? The cognitive leap Above Commenter took is not too big.

Also, for everything that everyone should know at age 30, there are 10000 people in the US that realise it for the first time every day.

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u/9Sylvan5 Oct 02 '22

Except they refer to the witch king as one of the 9 black riders of Sauron and they specifically show him getting suited up for battle.

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u/sauron-bot Oct 02 '22

Have thy pay!

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u/DatWunGuyIKnow Oct 02 '22

Just commenting to say that’s one of my favorite XKCDs

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u/TheChronoCross Oct 02 '22

This is honestly great. I'd love to read a synopsis like this with your takes. While inaccurate, they're a fun version of this fantasy we all love and pretty interesting. Thanks for sharing.

The witch king was one of the 9 men who was given rings of power and then corrupted. He is the big bad guy's general.

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u/RikkisE Oct 01 '22

That helmet, and other gear, is not ugly at all

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u/TheEndofF Oct 01 '22

The virgin witch king and the chad Gandalf?

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 01 '22

Go back to the abyss! Fall into the nothingness that awaits you and your master!

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u/princeps_astra Oct 02 '22

Eowyn is a shieldmaiden of Rohan, not a side ho

This action does not have my consent

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u/MakkisPekkisWasTaken Hobbit Oct 02 '22

Yeah, the Eowyn slander is unfortunate despite the rest of the meme slapping

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u/Moocow115 Oct 02 '22

Always confused by the witch King vs gandalf 1v1. He broke his staff while gandalf just kinda watched???? I get he has a ring of power but for real he shoulda slapped the witch King a few times before he fell over or something.

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 02 '22

Theoden son of Thengel... too long have you sat in the Shadows. Hearken to me! I release you from the spell.

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u/Theoden-Bot Oct 02 '22

Hahahahaahaha. Hahahahahahah. You have no power here, Gandalf the Grey.

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 02 '22

I will draw you, Saruman, as poison is drawn from a wound!

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u/svettsokkk Oct 01 '22

Does Gandalf actually say that line?

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u/bsmith2123 Oct 01 '22

In the books he does - after he comes back

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u/GlobalWarminIsComing Oct 02 '22

Damn, to whom? Is he making a threat towards an enemy or is he bragging/explaining his power?

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u/dumnie Oct 02 '22

[Said Gimli,] 'I thought Fangorn was dangerous.'

'Dangerous!' cried Gandalf. 'And so am I, very dangerous: more dangerous than anything you will ever meet, unless you are brought alive before the seat of the Dark Lord. And Aragorn is dangerous, and Legolas is dangerous. You are beset with dangers, Gimli son of Glóin; for you are dangerous yourself, in your own fashion. Certainly the forest of Fangorn is perilous — not least to those that are too ready with their axes; and Fangorn himself, he is perilous too; yet he is wise and kindly nonetheless. But now his long slow wrath is brimming over, and all the forest is filled with it. The coming of the hobbits and the tidings that they brought have spilled it: it will soon be running like a flood; but its tide is turned against Saruman and the axes of Isengard. A thing is about to happen which has not happened since the Elder Days: the Ents are going to wake up and find that they are strong.'

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u/aragorn_bot Oct 02 '22

HE'S TRYING TO BRING DOWN THE MOUNTAIN! GANDALF, WE MUST TURN BACK!

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 02 '22

No! Losto Caradhras, sedho, hodo, nuitho i 'ruith!

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u/gimli-bot Oct 02 '22

YOU ARE THE LUCKIEST, THE CUNNINGEST, AND MOST RECKLESS MAN I EVER KNEW!

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 01 '22

Escaped? or was set loose and now the Ring has drawn him here. He won't ever be rid of his need for it. He hates and loves the Ring, as he hates and loves himself. Smeagol's life is a sad story. Yes he was once called that, before the Ring found him. Before it drove him mad

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u/gollum_botses Oct 01 '22

We be nice to them, if they be nice to us.

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u/Suraci_Falling Oct 02 '22

This is a top tier shitpost. I refreshed the page and came back for elevensies.

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u/Jx_Wafflez Oct 01 '22

Chad Gandalf

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 01 '22

There are many magic rings in this world Jx_Wafflez and none of them should be used lightly

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u/S3RP3NT- Oct 02 '22

Something I hadnt known til recently, was that Gandalf was one of the carries of the three Elven rings. I figured Elrond, Galadriel and Thranduil we're the carries. An elf from Rivendell, Lorien, Mirkwood.

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 02 '22

Gandalf?... Yes. That was what they used to call me. Gandalf the Grey... That was my name. I am Gandalf the White. And I come back to you now at the turn of the tide. One stage of your journey is over. Another begins. We must travel to Edoras with all speed.

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u/PetriNevski Oct 02 '22

Always hated the scene where Witch Kings uses his jedi powers to make Gandalfs staff explode. It was a good scene to cut.

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u/FireKing600 Oct 02 '22

The “no man can kill me” line is based off a prophecy saying he would not fall to a man i believe

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u/yuffieisathief Oct 01 '22

That's definitely going in the folder!

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u/nexytuz Oct 02 '22

Wasn't merrys sword enchanted or something like that?

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u/Zhjacko Oct 01 '22

Gandalf always was Middle-earth’s sexiest Dilf

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 01 '22

Far, far below the deepest delvings of the dwarves, the world is gnawed by nameless things

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u/ghettithatspaghetti Oct 02 '22

Translation: Chad gandalf doesn't stoop so low as to name his penis, what a gigachad

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 02 '22

Minas Tirith? Is that what you saw?

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u/ghettithatspaghetti Oct 02 '22

I thought it was, but then I realized it was actually your massive schlong

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u/littlebuett Human Oct 02 '22

One is a guy, the other is the wisest of all the maiar

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u/PixelSnake Oct 02 '22

'Dies - Lives' Got me.

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u/NickG1127 Oct 02 '22

I don't recall Gandalf assisting in any dragon killing. Smaug was all Bard.

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 02 '22

A little late for trimming the verge don't you think?

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u/NickG1127 Oct 02 '22

It's never too late, Ganny.

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u/Hamokk Dúnedain Oct 02 '22

Plus Sir Ian McKellen is such a great actor and all I've seen a wonderful person IRL.

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u/SnooRadishes2159 Oct 02 '22

It’s speculated that because The Nine’s power was tied to that of Sauron and the ring, as Sauron’s power grew so would theirs by proxy. You can look at the event at Weathertop where multiple Nazgûl assault Gandalf the Grey and he holds them off fine. But then the Battle at Minas Tirith happens, the Witchking by himself faces Gandalf after he breaks the gates with Magic. Clearly he would have had to have gotten more powerful, otherwise why would he face a more powerful Gandalf the White, by himself no less.

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u/spook488 Oct 02 '22

What Dragon did he get the assist on

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u/GamingDragon27 Oct 02 '22 edited Oct 02 '22 Wholesome

I get the whole Virgin vs. Chad but why the shots at Eowyn? It's really weird to reduce one of the only female characters in the trilogy, who has one of the single most badass feats (taking out the leader of the 9), to "friendzoned ho" and "side bitch". This comparison doesn't even need to mention Aragorn, diminishing her as nothing more than an accessory of his to try to come across as edgy or funny just comes across as incel vibes. You could have said anything along the lines of "dies to a human woman during the first real fight she'd ever been in", we already know a Balrog is leagues higher in threat level.

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u/aragorn_bot Oct 02 '22

If by my life or death I can protect you, I will. You have my sword.

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u/Zegram_Ghart Oct 02 '22

Thank you!

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u/PetriNevski Oct 02 '22

Oh my god bro, shut the fuck up snd just enjoy the meme.

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u/GamingDragon27 Oct 02 '22

Not really the time or place to try shushing someone. It's a meme but I hold the LoTR community to a higher standard than other younger/immature fanbases, and this just had that glaring "women bad" as the punchline. Fuck off.

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u/maddmattg Oct 02 '22

LOL @ "friendzoned ho"

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u/Ok-Statistician3948 Oct 02 '22

“Gets iced by Aragorns sidebitch” 😂

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u/aragorn_bot Oct 02 '22

I have seen the White City, long ago.

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u/Ok-Statistician3948 Oct 02 '22

Aragorn, you nasty 😂

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u/aragorn_bot Oct 02 '22

I summon you to fulfill your oath.

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u/bkmagyk Oct 02 '22

not even aragorns side bitch. but the girl who WANTS to be aragorns side bitch

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u/aragorn_bot Oct 02 '22

King Théoden has a good memory. He was only a small child at the time.

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u/Theoden-Bot Oct 02 '22

Make haste. We ride through the night.

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u/aragorn_bot Oct 02 '22

I do not fear death!

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u/Odd81 Oct 01 '22

Pretty sure the Witch King would have won, the prophecy is quite clear and who would defeat the Witch King of Angmar and it wasn’t Gandalf. The books are extremely clear on this. Though I will say Gandalf’s staff did not break nor did they meet up on the wall but at the Main Gate

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 01 '22

Sauron has yet to show his deadliest servant. The one who will lead Mordor's army in war. The one they say no living man can kill. The Witch King of Angmar. You've met him before. He stabbed Frodo on Weathertop. He is the lord of the Nazgul. The greatest of the nine.

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u/Odd81 Oct 01 '22

Yeah, I’m very well aware of what it says. I was reading the books long before Jackson’s action movies came out

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u/DarthMall69 Oct 02 '22

Dude you're talking to a bot lmfao

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u/StimmingMantis Oct 02 '22

Ha you trying to talk to a bot

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u/photomotto Oct 02 '22

An olyphant

Raylan Givens can kill the Witch King confirmed.

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u/freekoout Oct 02 '22

He can wear an elven ring cuz he's one of their angels.

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u/-keenanwalsh- Oct 02 '22

Forgot the most important one... who said it best Witch King "Foooool" Gandalf "Fool"

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 02 '22

Go back to the abyss! Fall into the nothingness that awaits you and your master!

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u/theshantanu Oct 02 '22

A Timothy Olyphant can kill which king? That's neat.

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u/Witch_King_ Oct 02 '22

Gandalf I could totally take you

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 02 '22

What did you tell him about Frodo and the Ring?

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u/Witch_King_ Oct 02 '22

Oh I told good old Sauron all about that hobbit with the ring

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u/sauron-bot Oct 02 '22

May all in hatred be begun, and all in evil ended be, in the moaning of the endless Sea!

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u/_felagund Oct 02 '22

Did Gandalf really said I’m the most dangerous being in books?

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u/Melkor_Thalion Oct 02 '22

Yes he did, to Gimli in the Two Towers, IIRC.

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u/_felagund Oct 02 '22

Thanks my dark lord

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u/AnDroid5539 Oct 02 '22

"Knows he is a G."

Yeah, he even signs things "G" for Gandalf.

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 02 '22

His treachery runs deeper than you know. By foul craft Saruman has crossed orcs with goblin men, he is breeding an army in the caverns of Isengard. An army that can move in sunlight and cover great distance at speed. Saruman is coming for the Ring.

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u/ghettithatspaghetti Oct 02 '22

Lives in some old, ugly, poorly lit castle

Lives wherever the fuck he takes a fancy of living in at that particular moment

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u/ArmiesOfArda Oct 02 '22

That but in the extended edition makes my blood boil

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u/swannyd72 Oct 02 '22

Gandalf! He can also talk to eagles!

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 02 '22

Yes, for sixty years the Ring lay quiet in Bilbo's keeping prolonging his life. Delaying old age. But no longer swannyd72. Evil is stirring in Mordor. The Ring has awoken. Its heard its master's call.

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u/bilbo_bot Oct 02 '22

Yes, yes. Its in an envelope over there on the mantlepiece.

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u/swannyd72 Oct 02 '22

Gandalf also had a costume change part way through the adventure

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u/gandalf-bot Oct 02 '22

I am looking for someone to share in an adventure that I am arranging, and it's very difficult to find anyone.

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u/swannyd72 Oct 02 '22

Do you know many elves, hobbits or dwarves? Any one who could swing a sword or an axe or shoot an arrow could help.

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u/nagroms123 Oct 02 '22

Witch king isn't immortal, just amortal. Gandalf however are kind of immortal.

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