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[[folder:General Trivia]]
* FountainOfExpies
** Gandalf is up there with Merlin in some circles.
** If a character in a fantasy novel is a noble warrior who hangs out in the wilderness, there's about a 50/50 chance he was inspired by either Aragorn or RobinHood.
** The "elf ranger" archetype in fantasy descends almost solely from Legolas.
** Along with Thorin from ''The Hobbit'', Gimli is the iconic fantasy dwarf.
** After the publication of ''The Lord of the Rings'', it became ''de rigueur'' for the villain in a fantasy story to be a manipulative, rarely-seen EvilOverlord who lives in a dark tower in an evil realm, employs various horrible creatures to do his work, and is dependent on an artifact of his making for power and survival.
* HeyItsThatSound: In the BBC adaptation, each time that the Eagles arrive (when Gandalf escapes Orthanc, and on Mount Doom), the sound effect used is almost identical to a [[Series/DoctorWho TARDIS]].
* NamesTheSame: No, Sauron is not that pterodactyl guy from X-Men. Actually, that pterodactyl guy from X-Men named himself after him.
* ShrugOfGod
** Tolkien deliberately left Tom Bombadil's true nature obscure. Fan debate has raged for decades, and probably always will.
** Whether Sam killed Shelob or not is left a mystery.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: At one point, Music/TheBeatles had approached Creator/StanleyKubrick to direct them in a film adaption based on the books, but Kubrick felt the story was unfilmable.
* TheWikiRule: There's the One Wiki To Rule Them All, which can be found [[http://lotr.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page here]].
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[[folder:Books]]
* CreatorBacklash: Hippies buying the [[http://lotrscrapbook.bookloaf.net/gallery/bookcovers/pages/04.htm Ballantine edition]] is what popularized the book in TheSixties [[note]]Frodo Lives! Gandalf for President![[/note]] (see MemeticMutation), and the back cover contains its own bit of CreatorBacklash in the form of a written TakeThat, directed against the numerous unauthorized pulp versions that were spreading like wildfire on college campuses: "This edition, and no other, was authorized by me... those who approve of courtesy (at least) to living authors will purchase it, and no other." as Tolkien was, in fact, quite unsettled to learn that American counter-culture was embracing his work.
** To their credit, the college students mounted a campaign of protest against the unauthorized editions after Tolkien made a point of mentioning, in his responses to fan mail, that he was being royally ripped off by the pulp publishers and did not receive a single cent in royalties from any American LOTR paperbacks other than the Ballantine edition. (Ace Books, the main offender among the pulp bootleggers, were harassed sufficiently by angry fans that they made a point of paying a massive royalty check to Tolkien and withdrawing their edition of ''LOTR'' from print.)
** Ironically, the covers for the Ace edition showed that the artist had read the books and knew what he was doing.
** Parodied in the ''BoredOfTheRings'' inscription, based on the one up top: "This Ring, and no other / was made by the Elves -- / Who'd pawn their own mother / to get it themselves." In fact, the first edition included a direct parody of the author's warning stating that the intention of ''Bored'' was to make money off the pop-culture colossus that ''LOTR'' was becoming.
* {{Defictionalization}}: Caradhras, Orthanc, Dol Goldur [sic!] and the Mindolluin Crag are [[http://books.google.com/books?id=-ukAUElJXPIC&pg=PA287&lpg=PA287&dq=caradhras+cascades&source=bl&ots=euSEc07JNO&sig=Hvzq9zLCQ-TW9XT8BqDLAbRprsU&hl=en&ei=Nl8dTd_jHZDCsAOPu72TCg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=4&ved=0CCgQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q&f=false real places]] in [[TheOtherRainforest Washington State]]. Two climbers (and Tolkien fans) in the 1960's were the first to climb a segment of mountains in the Cascade range and thus [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome ensured naming rights]].
* ReferencedBy: The source code for Perl 5 contains several quotes from ''The Lord of the Rings'' (and one quote from ''Literature/TheHobbit''). Most users of Perl 5 never look at the source code and never see these quotes. The file [[http://perl5.git.perl.org/perl.git/blob/HEAD:/mathoms.c mathoms.c]] contains artefacts kept only for compatibility. It quotes the Prologue of ''The Lord of the Rings'', about how the hobbits kept mathoms.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Previously unpublished materials have a lot of examples of what could have been.
** Aragorn being a ranger hobbit named Trotter was one of them. Later, he was a man whose name kept changing back and forth between "Trotter", "Elfstone" and "Aragorn".
** ''Literature/TheHistoryOfMiddleEarth'' has many of these, including the above example. Others include:
*** Treebeard being a villain
*** Éowyn being Aragorn's love interest (before Arwen was created)
*** Éowyn dying on the battlefield defending Théoden and not getting to kill the Witch-King
*** Anywhere from two to five hobbits setting out on the quest instead of four
**** The original hobbit names were Bingo (Frodo), Odo (Sam), Marmaduke (Merry), and Frodo/Faramond (Pippin)
*** A Fellowship that consisted of seven instead of nine members (Legolas and Gimli were later additions, and at one point, another elf was supposed to go as well)
*** Treebeard and the ents appearing at the last battle in front of the Black Gate (and this is after they act as TheCavalry for Lothlórien)
*** Boromir arriving at Minas Tirith and completely going over to the dark forces partway through the siege.
*** Denethor surviving the siege of Minas Tirith (but still suspicious of Aragorn)
*** Denethor originally being less harsh towards Faramir - in fact, in the first draft, it was Faramir's idea to retake Osgiliath, and Denethor reluctantly agreeing, but Tolkien eventually switched this around to make Faramir more sympathetic.
** There was a sequel planned called ''[[http://www.tolkiengateway.net/wiki/The_New_Shadow The New Shadow]]'', set more than 100 years after the events of LotR, involving an evil cult and boys playing at being orcs. Tolkien got about 13 pages in and decided "screw this."
* WordOfGod: The appendices are only the start; Tolkien's son has edited together and published fifteen volumes from his notes.
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[[folder:Ralph Bakshi version]]
* ExecutiveMeddling: There was a concern that audiences would confuse "Saruman" with "Sauron". So Aruman was used. That could be understandable, but then the movie keeps switching between ''Saruman'' and Aruman.
* HeyItsThatVoice
** What [[Creator/JohnHurt Aragorn]] did, [[Series/DoctorWho he did without choice]], [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E13TheNameOfTheDoctor in the name of peace and sanity]].
** Legolas is [[Franchise/StarWars C-3PO]]!
* StillbornFranchise: Due to ExecutiveMeddling.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen
** The second part of this was planned. However, the first part received mixed reviews and the producers refused to fund part II.
** All of the live action parts were supposed to be rotoscoped, which is why the costumes are so basic. The movie as released is largely incomplete.
** In the animated adaption, [[SoCoolItsAwesome Ralph Bakshi originally wanted to include music by]] Music/LedZeppelin. Unfortunately, Saul Zaentz insisted he use an orchestral score because he wouldn't be able to release the band's music on his Fantasy Records label. Bakshi later said that he hated the final orchestral score, as he found it too cliche.
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[[folder:Films]]
* AcademyAward: ROTK is in a three-way tie with ''{{Film/Titanic}}'' and ''Film/BenHur'' for the most Oscars won by a single film -- eleven. Moreover, the film series ''The Lord of the Rings'' won more Oscars than '''any''' other film series.
** Despite all of the series' wins and nominations, the trilogy's cast was [[AwardSnub snubbed]]: the only acting Oscar nomination was Creator/IanMcKellen for the first film. Most notably, Andy Serkis was not eligible for being nominated for best supporting actor because his character was CGI.
** Peter Jackson was still putting the finishing touches on the extended cut of ''Return of the King'' when it won Best Picture, prompting him to muse in one behind-the-scenes clip (as they were adding the rolling skulls to the army of the dead sequence) about how he could still be working on a film that had ''already won'' Best Picture.
* ActorAllusion: In the extended cut of the third movie, [[ChristopherLee Saruman]] is [[Film/HorrorOfDracula impaled on a spike that goes through his heart]] after falling to his death from Orthanc.
** Also, in the first film:
--> '''[[Creator/SeanBean Boromir]]''': (''after cutting himself on Narsil'') Still [[{{Series/Sharpe}} sharp]]
* AgonyOfTheFeet: To the actors. Creator/SeanAstin stepped on a big piece of broken glass when wading into the river at the end of ''Fellowship'', and Viggo Mortensen broke his toe kicking a helmet (see ThrowItIn).
* AllStarCast: A staggering list of recognizable names in the cast, not to mention that [[StarMakingRole these movies made recognizable the names of every actor]] in them whose names hadn't been beforehand.
* AuthorPhobia: Creator/PeterJackson actually used his own phobia of spiders to measure the effectiveness of Shelob's design and animations.
** It seems that he only got one minor thing wrong: spiders don't sting, they bite. Yet it is true to the book. Justified in that Shelob is an EldritchAbomination, not a simple giant spider, so the rules don't necessarily apply to her.
* BackedByThePentagon: The New Zealand army in this case. Heck, parts of Mordor were from old mine fields (that were swept beforehand), since they had enough ash to make the look needed.
* BeamMeUpScotty: People often don't remember Aragorn's speech before the Black Gates quite right--possibly they're remembering the version in the trailer, which was from a different take. Théoden's speeches get this, too, to a lesser extent.
* CastTheExpert:
** In addition to the lead actors who were trained on horses, and numerous digital extras, the Riders of Rohan were portrayed by regular horse riders from all across New Zealand who came with their own horses to act as extras.
** For ''The Return of the King'', The New Zealand Army provided extras for the final battle in front of the Black Gate. Behind the scenes commentary on the DVD's makes note of how good they were as following directions and setting up formations, as well as how much enthusiasm they brought to the combat scenes.
* DawsonCasting: In the Prologue, Sir Ian Holm is ''very'' briefly seen wearing a dark, curly wig, as Bilbo 50 years younger. The effect is, unfortunately, that of a 60-ish actor wearing a dark, curly wig. Mercifully, the shot is only a few seconds long.
* DeletedScene: Many put back in the extended editions, but some were still left out.
* DVDBonusContent: Set the standard for in-depth behind the scenes features, even though most DVD releases still can't compare to the sheer mass of juicy bonus material in the DVD sets, even discounting the extended cuts.
* ExecutiveMeddling: Subverted. Jackson anticipated only being able to greenlight one or two movies so his writing team wrote the initial treatment accordingly. When the producers saw it they said "What are you doing? This is three movies." And this before Hollywood was obsessed with cranking out trilogies.
* FatalMethodActing: Averted, thankfully, but nonetheless a close call for Viggo Mortensen, who was pulled under by a current and nearly drowned while filming the river scene in TTT.
* HeyItsThatGuy:
** Who knew [[Series/{{Fringe}} Walter Bishop]] was the last Steward of Gondor?
** [[TheMatrix Elrond]] considers humanity to be a broken species for much of the trilogy. While he's not openly hostile (nor does he comment on the smell), he openly shows his contempt. At least this time he has a reason for it (that being Isildur's betrayal).
** And yes, he's wearing a [[TheAdventuresOfPriscillaQueenOfTheDesert dress]] again. Sort of, anyway.
** Seems like somebody went from Flipper to carrying the SoulJar of the BigBad.
** Gandalf is [[Film/{{X-Men}} Magneto, Master of Magnetism.]]
** How many people wanted to scream [[Film/{{Rudy}} RUDY! RUDY! RUDY!]] as Sam was carrying Frodo up Mount Doom?
** Gimili has experience dealing with [[Film/RaidersoftheLostArk mystical]] [[Film/IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade artifacts]] before.
* HeyItsThatVoice: The Japanese dub have a cast of very well-know voice actors playing some of the main characters:
** Frodo [[Creator/DaisukeNamikawa is]] [[Manga/BlackLagoon Rock]] and [[{{Gantz}} Kei Kurono.]]
** Legolas [[Creator/DaisukeHirakawa is]] [[VisualNovel/SchoolDays Makoto Itou]].
** Gimli [[Creator/KenjiUtsumi was]] [[Anime/FistOfTheNorthStar Raoh]] (Even funnier if you know that Raoh is [[LargeAndInCharge BIG]]).
** Aragorn [[HochuOtsuka is]] [[Anime/MobileSuitZetaGundam Yazan Gable]] and [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Jiraiya]].
** Boromir [[Creator/RikiyaKoyama is]] [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Yamato]] and [[MetroidOtherM Adam Malkovich.]]
** Éomer [[Creator/KoichiYamadera is]] [[Anime/CowboyBebop Spike Spiegel]] and [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Ryoji Kaji]].
** Éowyn [[Creator/TakakoHonda is]] [[ShinkonGattaiGodannar Kiriko Aoi]].
** Faramir [[MitsuruMiyamoto is]] [[Anime/TheBigO Roger Smith]].
** Elrond [[Creator/TakayukiSugo is]] [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Hashirama Senju]].
** Gollum [[Creator/YuichiNagashima is]] [[Manga/OnePiece Brook]].
* LifeImitatesArt: According to behind the scenes material, Viggo Mortensen was a natural leader of the actors and film crew. Sean Astin also ended up more or less taking care of Elijah Wood during filming.
* TheOtherMarty: Stuart Townsend was cast as Aragorn, but was replaced by Viggo Mortensen a few days before filming supposedly for [[WordOfGod being too young]].
* TalkingToHimself:
** John Rhys-Davis plays Gimli and voices Treebeard.
** Lawrence Makoare has a scene between himself as Gothmog and himself as the Witch-King.
** The Gollum & Sméagol conversations are sort of this trope.
* ThrowItIn:
** In a scene at the beginning of the first movie, when Gandalf visits Bilbo at Bag End, Creator/IanMcKellen bumps into the low hanging lanterns, which was expected. Then he turns quickly, and... whacks his head on a wooden beam in the low ceiling. Since it looked just fine and [[RuleOfFunny also pretty funny]], it was kept as the final cut.
** According to the wiki, when Aragorn deflects Lurtz's thrown knife it is pure luck. Lurtz was apparently scripted to miss, but the actor accidentally threw the knife right at Viggo’s face, who (fortunately!) managed to [[{{Badass}} deflect it with his sword.]]
*** This is given a nice CallForward in ''Film/TheHobbit'' where Kíli manages to pull the same stunt. [[{{Lampshading}} He seems surprised that it worked.]]
*** That whole fight scene includes this trope. That headbutt? Real. Aragorn getting punched in the ribs? Real. Aside from any stab wounds incurred, Lawrence Makaore and Viggo Mortensen were actually beating the crap out of each other. It was mainly because the make-up Makaore was wearing obscured his vision, and a lot of 'missed' punches ended up actually connecting. Mortensen figured that it would be better to just fight back, so Makaore fought harder and they got tired and pissed off...
** At first Viggo Mortenson couldn't get the cry of grief and anger right at the scene when the trio think Merry and Pippin were killed. In the final take, he kicked a helmet and broke two of his toes. ''That's'' why he screamed and fell to his knees. The scream actually fit the mood perfectly, and was the one used in the final cut.
** In Helm's Deep, the army of orcs stomping their feet and weapons before battle was entirely unscripted. It all happened because one of the actors playing the orcs got bored and began stomping his feet and weapons. Then other orc-actors began to do the same thing. Before long, they all did it, which led to Peter Jackson throwing it in.
** When Gandalf, Aragorn, Legolas, and Gimli first arrive at Edoras, there is a shot of a Rohirrim flag fluttering to the ground. The flag had simply slipped loose due to the wind but Peter Jackson threw it in because he liked the symbolism.
** The "rat catcher's cottage" in Minas Tirith. The build team interpreted one of Alan Lee's drawings of a building as having a dead rat hanging in the window, and based an entire house around the idea that the Official Gondorian Rat Catcher lived there. Alan Lee maintains he didn't have something so specific in mind when he did the sketch, but then he realized that it was completely logical: after all, a medieval city the size of Minas Tirith ''would'' have a rat problem.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** Creator/SylvesterMcCoy (the Seventh Doctor) was considered for the role of Bilbo. (He would later go on to play Radagast the Brown in ''The Hobbit''.)
** SeanConnery was considered for Gandalf. ''Sean-freaking-Connery'' as ''Gandalf''!
** Arwen was actually suppose to [[AscendedExtra join the Fellowship.]] Her role was ultimately reduced.
*** Somehow, they ''also'' planned that she arrive at Helm's Deep to give Aragorn his sword Andúril, the Flame of the West, and, of course, to fight alongside him.
** The idea of Sauron taking form (specifically ''[[Film/HeavenlyCreatures Kate Winslet's]]'' form - The Eye was really {{bishonen}} back in the day) and almost kicking Aragorn's ass at the final battle was also briefly entertained, and then mercifully abandoned in place of a troll.
** The episode with [[MagicalNativeAmerican Ghan-Buri-Ghan]] and the [[WackyWaysideTribe Wood Woses]] (who were hunted and killed by the Rohirrim [[FantasticAesop for sport]]) was cut out... but we have [[http://www.tuckborough.net/images/ghan-buri-ghan.jpg a production still of what he would have looked like.]]
*** Looks awful blue-skinned. In the book, the Gondorians were encroaching on their forest to mine it. [[Film/{{Avatar}} Hmmm...]] Yeah, Tolkien did it first.[[note]]David Boyle wrote: "The good Woses have disappeared completely from the narrative, with their implicit message that indigenous peoples, too, are folk worthy of respect. If there are Maori experts on Tolkien..."[[/note]]
** The movies were originally planned as duology because Jackson thought making a trilogy was going to be a hard sell. Thankfully, when he pitched it as a duology to New Line, they responded with "why do you want to make ''two'' movies?" and just as Jackson was about to launch into his defense of why it couldn't possibly be done in one film, they continued... "this is ''three'' movies."
** Stuart Townsend was actually cast as Aragorn and in New Zealand filming. A couple of days in they realized it wasn't going to work out and called up Viggo Mortensen. [[http://www.herr-der-ringe-film.de/v2/media/archiv/hdr/townsend02.jpg There's even a still of him in character.]] um... Yeah.
*** Jackson didn't realize until four days into filming that Aragorn should be an older, mature type.
** Sean Astin lobbied for his father, [[Series/TheAddamsFamily John Astin]], to be given the part of Gandalf.
** When Miramax was unable to finance the original two films, they tried to get them meshed into one two-hour movie. Thankfully, Jackson understandably considered this to be "cutting out half the good stuff." Apparently, it was suggested that they:
*** Shorten Rivendell and Moria.
*** Cut Bree and the Battle of Helm's Deep.
*** "Lose or use" Saruman.
*** Merge Rohan and Gondor with Éowyn as Boromir's sister.
*** As well as having Ents prevent the Uruk-hai from kidnapping Merry and Pippin.
*** Luckily, New Line was more than happy to dish out the money to finance the project as ''three films'', not just one. [[WhosLaughingNow Guess who has three movies that rank on the best-of-all-time list now.]]
** Frodo was originally [[WhatTheHellHero gonna push]] Gollum and the Ring into the lava.
*** There was also another take that was true to the book - namely, that Gollum, while celebrating getting the Ring back, slips and falls off the edge. They decided to TakeAThirdOption and go with the take that's in the movie.
** There was going to be a river rapids scene in the first film when the Fellowship was traveling by boat. However, [[RealLifeWritesThePlot real life wrote the plot]] when the equipment the crew was going to use was washed away or ruined by flood waters.
** [[http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/wp-dyn?pagename=article&node=&contentId=A46263-2002Dec27 The tenor of the times in 2002]] compelled them to actually cut out a lot of material that mostly served to humanize the other races, such as the bit with the Southron or the conversations with orcs. (The writers said that people felt it necessary to show that the villains were "irredeemably evil").
*** The musings on the Southron soldier are in the Extended Edition of The Two Towers. Though, it's Faramir who delivers the musings (in the book, it was Sam).
** You know that song at the end of ''The Two Towers'' that's sung by someone who sounds an awful lot like Music/{{Bjork}}? Well, the original idea ''was'' for her to sing it, but she was pregnant at the time and declined the invitation. They used another Icelandic singer, Emilíana Torrini, instead.
** The Balrog was going to be shown after falling in the water with its fire gone out and covered in slime.
** Creator/UmaThurman and Ethan Hawke were being considered for [[CastIncest Éowyn and Éomer]]. Thurman initially accepted the offer but had to cancel due to pregnancy.
** Creator/SeanConnery was originally offered the role of Gandalf, but turned it down because he didn't like the first script. (Another version of this says he "didn't understand the story".) Russell Crowe was another actor who turned down a role from this movie (as Aragorn) because he didn't like the shooting schedule.
** Creator/ChristopherLee originally auditioned for the role of Gandalf. He immediately realized that Gandalf was a very physical role and he might have been able to have done it 25 years ago.
** Patrick [=McGoohan=] was one of the first choices for Gandalf but he had to turn it down due to his declining health.
** Creator/TomBaker was offered "a role" according to him, not necessarily "the role of Gandalf". He turned it down because he didn't want to be in New Zealand for months at a time. Speculation still exists on what this role may have been. Some speculate that it might have perhaps been Radagast the Brown (which eventually went to fellow ''DoctorWho'' alum Creator/SylvesterMcCoy for Creator/PeterJackson's adaptation of ''Film/TheHobbit'').
** Nic Cage was offered the role of Aragorn, but turned it down due to the time commitment.
** Creator/JeffreyCombs (with whom Creator/PeterJackson had worked on TheFrighteners) auditioned for the role of Grí­ma Wormtounge. Combs contends that he lost the role due to a less-than-stellar British accent, which did not sound credible when opposite the likes of Creator/IanMcKellen.
** During the scene in Ithilien when Faramir attempted to take the Ring from Frodo (only to be stopped by Sam), the original intention was to have Frodo have a moment where he changed into a hideous Gollum-like appearance, as Bilbo did in Rivendell. Although this was cut, you can still see traces of it in the moment where Frodo, face hidden from the camera, cowers against the rock, and the greatly disturbed look on Faramir's face.
** Creator/OrlandoBloom originally tried out for the part of Faramir, not Legolas. The producers ended up convincing him that he'd be better suited for Legolas.
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[[folder:Pinball]]
* CelebrityVoiceActor: Creator/ElijahWood and Creator/JohnRhysDavies voiced Frodo and Gimli in Creator/SternPinball's [[Pinball/TheLordOfTheRings licensed pinball game.]]
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[[folder:Trivia related to This Very Wiki]]
!!This book and film series has [[TropeNamers named the following tropes]]:

* ArmyOfTheDead
* BlackSpeech: The language of Sauron and Mordor.
* BreakingTheFellowship
* CommonTongue
* DugTooDeep
* TheFellowshipHasEnded
* GollumMadeMeDoIt
* GondorCallsForAid
* {{Hobbits}}
* KneelBeforeFrodo: Aragorn bows to Frodo and Sam at Cormallen during the honoring of the Ring-bearers.
* {{Mithril}}: A fantasy version of {{Unobtainium}}
** HeavyMithril: Music genre, a mix of the sound of HeavyMetal with fantasy-inspired lyrics
* {{Mordor}}: Although only true for parts of it (Volcanic soil is usually very fertile). The south of Mordor has huge fertile farmlands, which are needed to keep the Mooks fed.
* MouthOfSauron
* {{Mythopoeia}}: Tolkien coined the term.
* RingOfPower: Several rings, but The One Ring is nicknamed this.
* ShortCutsMakeLongDelays: Spoken first by Pippin.
* SpeakFriendAndEnter
* WalkIntoMordor: That dreaded thing, what which one [[MemeticMutation does not simply do]].
* YouShallNotPass: Spoken first by Gandalf as "You cannot pass." in the book, with the movie being the actual trope namer.

!!This book and film series [[ImageSource provides the page image]] for:

* General
** ArtifactOfDoom
** BonusMaterial
** EvilTowerOfOminousness
** SerkisFolk
* ''The Fellowship of the Ring''
** ArtifactOfAttraction (top-right; bottom-left)
** AnAxeToGrind
** EternallyPearlyWhiteTeeth
** EvilOverlord
** InAndOutOfCharacter (''Webcomic/DMOfTheRings'')
** {{Mithril}}
* ''The Two Towers''
** CameBackStrong
** CriticalFailure (''Webcomic/DMOfTheRings'')
** CrystalBall
** HilariousInHindsight
** HolyBacklight
** MageTower
** OurOrcsAreDifferent (1st image, top half)
** PrettyBoy
** ReforgedBlade
** SorcerousOverlord (poster)
** Webcomic.{{DM of the Rings}} (edited screenshot)
* ''The Return of the King''
** ArmyOfTheDead
** ArtifactOfAttraction (top-left; bottom-right)
** AwesomeMomentOfCrowning
** HollywoodTactics (''Webcomic/DMOfTheRings'')
** KneelBeforeFrodo
** TheLeader
** MouthOfSauron
** NoManOfWomanBorn
** ShiningCity
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