If blood is your desire, blood shall flow.
"Drogon," she sang out loudly, sweetly, all her fear forgotten. "Dracarys."
The black dragon spread his wings and roared.
"Power struggles seem to be omnipresent in every field of human endeavor, extending all the way up and down society. We assume that power has a certain reality. Apart from comic books, where Superman has the power to fly, the only power real human beings have is the power they think they have. You see that sometimes in the collapse of a society. Why did the Soviet Union fall? Because one day the Kremlin gave orders and the soldiers said no, and the whole thing fell apart. It’s a fundamental truth that I think Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. , hit on, that power depends on the obedience of the less powerful. A leader is powerful only when he says jump and people jump. He has no actual power to make them jump. It’s their belief that he has power. It’s an illusion, a shadow on the wall. And sometimes people stop jumping, and then the world changes."
Project: Protecting Sherlock Holmes at all costs.
between the dawn and the dusk
you were made of miracles
and you can run all you want
but in the light of the moon
the wolves will always call you back
So Tauriel’s story sets up Fellowship. I don’t like the sound of this.
What are they trying to do with this unnecessary character? Sounds like they’re trying to shove her down our throats again. Trying to prove women have a role in ME society. Sorry Galadriel and Eowyn have proven that and they’re much stronger and convincing characters. Not sexist characters either.
Also Tauriel has made relationships (e.g. Fili and Kili, and Legolas and Gimli) insignificant and already broken a lot of canon. BOTH BOOK AND FILM CANON.
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