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The Grey Havens - The Ultimate J.R.R. Tolkien Resource Web Page Tolkien Gateway WikiNarnia - Narnia Encyclopedia That Anyone Can Edit "Tolkien opened up in me a dormant love of lost and misty times, myth and legend..." | Ted Nasmith - Tolkien Illustrator - Renderer - Musician Alcide Herveaux Alcide Herveaux Mentioned in {{{Mentioned}}} Date of birth {{{Birth}}} Date of death {{{Death}}} Powers Able to transform into a wolfEnhanced strength, speed and sensesStronger than the average werewolf [[:Category:{{{Images}}}|Images]] "That's what death does, rips the ground right out from under your feet, makes you wonder if it was ever there to begin with, but it was and it will come back." ―Alcide[src] Alcide Herveaux is a major character in the third, fourth, fifth, sixth season of True Blood. Personality Edit Alcide is a loyal, respectful and decent man who came from a poor family that worked hard to have the wealth they achieved. Alcide was raised in a Were society that highly appreciates and respects women, which made him highly vulnerable to their (mainly Debbie's) manipulation. Recently Alcide accepted the role of packmaster, a position he never aspired to have. Biography Alcide was in a relationship with Debbie Pelt, and the two were engaged. Powers & Abilities Alcide is a Werewolf. Images

Sucker Punch - Sucker Punch Wiki Sucker Punch is an action-fantasy film released in the United States on March 25, 2011. It is co-written and directed by Zack Snyder and co-scripter Steve Shibuya. The film's story is about a girl in the 1960s who attempts to escape an asylum with her inmate friends. Development began in March 2007. The film has strong steampunk influences. Plot Edit In the mid-1960s, a 20-year-old girl nicknamed "Babydoll" (whose real name is never revealed) is institutionalized by her stepfather at the Lennox House for the Mentally Insane. Babydoll, panic-stricken, escapes her temporary "holding cell" by climbing out her window and finds her stepfather's .45 caliber pistol. Babydoll cries over the body of her sister, horrified at what she had done. Her stepfather has framed Babydoll for the murder of her sister, saying she killed her because she is insane, and conspires with the corrupt head orderly, Blue Jones, to forge Dr. Dr. Later she tells the girls she has a plan to escape. Cast Trailers Trivia

The Two Towers - A J. R. R. Tolkien Museum Trail Mount Doom by Alan Chapman The Two Towers is the second filmic instalment of J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy book trilogy, The Lord of the Rings. In 2001 our first Tolkien Trail transported us on a perilous journey through Tolkien's Middle Earth. A world of hobbits, wizards, evil sorcerers, orcs, elves, goblins, and many other weird and wonderful inhabitants. After numerous hardships, heart-stopping retreats from Black Riders, not to forget a particularly nasty episode inside the Mines of Moria - we were finally able to return to the peace and tranquillity of the Shire. However, alarming news has recently reached Hobbiton that the forces of darkness are regrouping. And so it is that the 24 Hour Museum finds itself embarking once more on the Tolkien Trail. So, take up the quest, or prepare for the dark shadow of Mordor to engulf Middle Earth for evermore. Our journey starts in the far north, in the desolate Misty Mountains - an area more commonly known in this day and age as northwest Scotland.

Grant Ward Grant Douglas Ward was a HYDRA infiltrator in S.H.I.E.L.D. disguised as a Level 7 operative. He was recruited onto Coulson's Team working with them on all their missions, pretending to be gruff and anti-social and to become emotionally attached to the team. During the S.H.I.E.L.D. Civil War he killed Victoria Hand, but still maintained his cover as a loyal S.H.I.E.L.D. agent. Biography Edit Early life Edit "My older brother, he didn't beat up my younger brother. ―Grant Ward and Skye[src] Grant Ward grew up in the Massachusetts area amid a difficult childhood. An incident in particular that had a profound effect on Ward, was when his older brother threw his younger brother into a well and sought to prevent Ward from rescuing him. He was rescued from his home by John Garrett who pretended to recruit him into S.H.I.E.L.D. while really recruiting him into HYDRA. In 2008, Ward saw action in Georgia during a rebel uprising. Mission in Paris ―Grant Ward and Maria Hill[src] Coulson's team Other Actions

Google When I was growing up, my dad had the best job I could possibly imagine: he was an arcade game and pinball technician. For me, that meant summer trips through Poland’s coastal cities with their seasonal arcade parlors; peeking inside cabinets to learn programming and engineering secrets; and—of course—free games! One of my favorites was PAC-MAN, whose popularity transcended the geopolitical barriers of that time. Today, on PAC-MAN’s 30th birthday, you can rediscover some of your 8-bit memories—or meet PAC-MAN for the first time—through our first-ever playable Google doodle. PAC-MAN™ & ©1980 NAMCO BANDAI Games Inc. PAC-MAN seems like a natural fit for the Google homepage. Studies on the Works of J.R.R. Tolkien Despite not knowing much about the topic, I have sometimes ventured to write about Tolkien's invented languages and writing systems. A shorter collection of similar writings in Finnish can be found at Kirjoituksia Tolkienin kielistä ja kirjoitusjärjestelmistä. Contents Also available is an English summary for an incomplete Finnish document I once started writing: Writing Finnish in Tengwar. Translations To my continuing amazement, some people have translated my writings into other languages. Links Just in case this page is your first contact to the study and use of Tolkien's languages and scripts, here is a basic set of links to connect you with the rest of the world. FAQs: The Elfling FAQ answers many basic questions and gives pointers to reliable sources. Basic online sources: To go straight to the good stuff, try for example Ardalambion and Amanye Tenceli. Discussion: Movies: The Gwaith-i-Phethdain movie section analyzes the use of Tolkien's languages in the Peter Jackson films.

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