Obvious answer = Gimli and Legolas.
Gimli and Galadriel. Gimli and Eomer. Gimli and Lobelia Sackville-Baggins! /scandalous
"Nay, you are excused for my part, lord," he said. "You have chosen the Evening; but my love is given to the Morning. And my heart forebodes that soon it will pass away for ever."Gimli and Eomer.
The Return of the King: "Many Partings," p. 253
This is what I was thinking of, yes.
O_oGimli and Lobelia Sackville-Baggins! /scandalous
Last edited by Mister_Underhill; Dec 15 2010 at 02:39 AM.
Gah, I was certain it was Galadriel--the rest was meant as a joke, not a ballot-stuffing. :blush:
Thrain (though I think he usually cooked his meat).
"Just like Mary Shelly, Just like Frankenstein, Break your chains, And count your change, And try to walk the line"
Sauron, as perceived by Frodo with the Ring on.
Two weeks having passed without the designated question asker having availed him/herself of the opportunity, I will take up the mantle.
Yes, the clue does mean Wednesday (or Wotensday). But that is not the complete correct answer, nor is Menelya, Ormenel, or Hevensday. I am looking for a specific reference in one of the main texts.
Very nice work getting the hard part out of the way though.
While I was hoping to prompt a Shelob response, as an answer she is far off the track.
I wasn't particularly happy with the applicability of "mongrel" to Shelob in any event.
Next guess: Old Man Willow (for the flesh eating plant angle)
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