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LOTR Character Test

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re: LOTR Character Test

Postby Adam Linton » 01 Oct 2005, 00:03

The quiz identifies me as Theoden.
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Postby magpie » 01 Oct 2005, 23:36

A#minor wrote:
magpie wrote:I came out as Merry Brandybuck. Now really! :rolleyes:


Oh, I think that suits you, magpie. You seem to be the jolly and slightly mischievous sort; always looking for the fun in everything, but not willing to be left behind when there's battles afoot. Am I right?


Boy, have I got you fooled!!! :twisted:
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re: LOTR Character Test

Postby Sarah N. » 17 Oct 2005, 02:20

Wow, I came out as Merry both times, suprising, because I usually don't test as a hobbit.

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Postby Mornamoice » 17 Oct 2005, 08:43

I came out as Celeborn in the first one and Arwen in the second.

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re: LOTR Character Test

Postby Summer » 17 Oct 2005, 13:52

I retook the test, and I turned out to be Eowyn. YAY!!! She's my favorite. And she ends of with Faramir, another favorite. *sigh*
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Postby Aleena » 03 Nov 2005, 15:48

Eowyn for me as well...she's awesome! i don't think i'm much like her in reality, though.
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Postby Carrie » 04 Nov 2005, 23:29

I'm Celeborn. I could finally take this test! I just finished reading The Fellowship of te Ring for the first time last night.
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Postby A#minor » 05 Nov 2005, 00:41

Carrie wrote: I just finished reading The Fellowship of te Ring for the first time last night.

Oh, isn't it thrilling?! The first time reading a book is always the best. I wish I could go back and read LOTR all over again for the first time. Have fun reading Two Towers! :grin:
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Postby Carrie » 05 Nov 2005, 03:51

A#minor wrote:
Carrie wrote: I just finished reading The Fellowship of te Ring for the first time last night.

Oh, isn't it thrilling?! The first time reading a book is always the best. I wish I could go back and read LOTR all over again for the first time. Have fun reading Two Towers! :grin:


Well, I don't think I'm going to get to The Two Towers anytime soon. I spent 4 1/2 hours finishing the Fellowship yesterday. I think it's time to take a break for a little bit of lighter reading.
(I wouldn't have tried to finish the last 1/4 of the book yesterday had my fiance not told me over the phone that I could finish it. Of course, this meant that I was up way too late last night.)
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re: LOTR Character Test

Postby lostentwife » 09 Nov 2005, 17:48

I'm Eowyn... nice! Always loved Rohan anyway...horses, riding, King, open fields, rolling hills. :D
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Postby Isabel » 24 Nov 2005, 03:48

First one: Legolas :/
Second one: Arwen. :/

Like both of them. But I'm definitely, an elf :D, something I do like.
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Postby Preculiar Baptist » 24 Nov 2005, 04:26

Himm by answering as I normally would I too an Theodon in both tests. By answering the total opposite I am Sauroman in one and Legolas in the other.

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Postby lostentwife » 24 Nov 2005, 15:15

followed Preculiar Baptist's lead and answered the complete opposite...now I'm horribly disturbed at the result...Shelob!! :??: I'll stick to Eowyn thanks. I shan't do that again. :grin:
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re: LOTR Character Test

Postby ilja » 01 Jan 2006, 23:14

I'm Legolas in both, by choosing the opposite Boromir and Witch King.
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re: LOTR Character Test

Postby A#minor » 02 Jan 2006, 02:48

I took ilja's test and got this....
"You are most like Galadriel. There's just something about you that people like. A sort of aura. You're very kind to people, and you like to help others succeed. You're not as candid as most people would like. You don't have to share your deepest darkest secrets, but be more honest about things! You're more mature than most people your age, so don't worry!"

All of which is true.
By answering the opposite, I got....
Gimli. I don't have a beard though!
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