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    It's Lobelia Sackville-Baggins, no contest.

    Everything else we can deal with in one way or another, but Lobelia... *shudders*

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    What is the scariest monster in Middle-earth?
    Something about the design of the wood trolls has always weirded me out.

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    What is the scariest monster in Middle-earth?

    Your own reflection in Galadriel's mirror.
    Ealendil of Doriath, composer and member of Lindamar, Vanimar, Laurelin

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    Lag. Definitely lag.

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    What is the scariest monster in Middle-earth?

    The monster from "The Fall of Moria" looks scary!


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    What is the scariest monster in Middle-earth?

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    Gurvan from Dark Delvings still give me the chills because he is too human like.

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    What is the scariest monster in Middle-earth?

    That bear hunting rabbit, of course!
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    The Lath-bear. like pretty much every animal in this game is a normal creature. The cave-claws are unique but easy to get used to, Bhargests are doggies, maybe a goat with glowing eyes or a dragon or wyrm. Then there's THIS MONSTROSITY. WHAT IS THAT THING? WHAT DID YOU DO TO BEARS? WHY DOES IT HAVE SPIKES???

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    The Globsnaga in Foundations of Stone always freaked me out! That and the Maw creatures. The ones that only have a big mouth for a head!

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    Scariest monster in Middle Earth

    A hungry hobbit who can smell your pie.

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    I think we can all agree it's Sarah Oakheart... Her slow move speed is mortifying

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    Sarah Oakhart of course! Imagine seeing her in the dark coming at you,Just waiting forever for your death she's slow and that's scary

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    Yeah, I agree, it's Sarah. Lag is a close second. Hmmm, what if Sarah is Lag?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyrtym View Post
    It's Lobelia Sackville-Baggins, no contest.

    Everything else we can deal with in one way or another, but Lobelia... *shudders*
    I second this.
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    The Lag! Joke aside I'd say Sauron.

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    Scariest monster?

    Players who love to AFK right on top of festival quest-givers.

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    The Watcher in the Water killed me right off the bat and I never went back. Dude is creepy!

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    What is the scariest monster in Middle-earth?

    *SHELOB* ...But only when she first appears, as a Clown in the sewer. }
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    Spider!

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    What is the scariest monster in Middle-earth?

    A hobbit dressed as a skeleton, bear or ghost!

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    The Mistress of Pestilence in Dâr Narbugud is quite terrifying. >.<
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    Where did the watcher in the water flee? The vile maw will be my guess....

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    I think I have to agree with whoever said Lobelia. Wood trolls would be a close second though!
    Arkenstone player. Tinethrum (Man Captain), Sokilvar (Dwarf Champion), and Scuthlo (Hobbit Burglar).

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    those packs of frogs. so vicious.

 

 
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