Wargs are small?

I remember a part of the text in the fellowship of the ring,

Through the throat of one huge leader Aragorn passed his sword with a thrust; with a great sweep Boromir heard the head off another.

Fellowship of the ring, book 2, chapter 4, Page 335-336

Does that mean Wargs are actually smaller than the adaption is Peter Jackson’s films? It seems like it.


Why do the Wargs look different?

There’s a question bugging me for a while now, and I’m finally posting it here on this blog. Have you noticed that the Wargs in the Hobbit trilogy, are different from the Wargs in the Lord of the rings trilogy? In the Lotr trilogy, the Wargs had shorter heads, and I think they were smaller, but in the Hobbit trilogy, the Wargs had longer heads. Why?

I wouldn’t really call it a theory, but I have an Idea about this question.

One word, I think.


Uruk-Hai are newer and better Orcs, created by the Wizard Saruman, in the tower Orthanc*. Technically, Saruman is supplying Sauron with better Servants of Darkness.

But for the people reading this, in case you don’t know, the Hobbit Trilogy actually comes first. I have no Idea why Peter Jackson made the Lord of the rings first, but the Hobbit actually comes first.

Okay, so the Wargs we see in the Hobbit trilogy are the original Wargs. Then 60 years later**, Saruman creates the new Warg.

Could the Wargs we see in the Lotr trilogy be newer and better Wargs, just like the Uruk-Hai? I think so.

But do you? Please tell me what you think the comments down below.


*I think Orthanc is the name of Saruman’s tower; I may be wrong.

**In cinematic form.

Gollum’s song- Lyrics and video

Of all the end credits songs in the middle-earth saga, Gollum’s song still remains my favorite and the most interesting song. When people think about Gollum, they either say, “Eww, that shriveled creature is creepy“, or they just think of him as a shriveled, wicked villain who will kill to get the ring back.

But in my opinion, after you hear this song, you will not think about Gollum the same way.
Where once was light


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Now darkness falls
Where once was love
Love is no more

Don’t say – goodbye
Don’t say – I didn’t try…

These tears we cry
Are falling rain
For all the lies
You told us
The hurt, the blame

And we will weep
To be so alone
We are lost
We can never go home

So in the end
I will be what I will be
No loyal friend
Was ever there for me

Now we say – goodbye
We say – you didn’t try…

These tears you cry
Have come too late
Take back the lies
The hurt, the blame

And you will weep
When you face the end alone
You are lost
You can never go home

You are lost
You can never go home

Approaching Tolkien: ‘The Silmarillion’

A Tolkienist's Perspective

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(Above: This is my last attempt in trying something like this … I promise!)

– The ultimate reading experience

This is the real deal. Forget what you’ve read in ‘The Hobbit’ or ‘The Lord of the Rings’ (actually, it would be wise to remember severything), cleanse your mind of any thoughts, sit down and start (or try) reading ‘The Silmarillon’

Complicated book, complicated (and long) blog post.

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