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2nd June 2014 (18:25)


(Who are those two people again? Oh yes, I remember. :))


Posted by: mikeda (mikeda)
Posted at: 3rd June 2014 11:56 (UTC)

I don't know. They don't look like any of the more familiar Elves. And the axe-thingy isn't anything obviously Middle-Earthy either...

Although I suppose it IS possible this isn't part of your chibi-Silmarillion.


Posted by: StephenT (stormwreath)
Posted at: 3rd June 2014 12:28 (UTC)

Now I'm wondering what sort of success Buffy and Willow would have against Morgoth. They've both fought Gods before, but Morgoth might be a bit out of their league without help.

I suspect Willow could match Lúthien in the getting-a-Silmaril department, and Buffy would be a lot more help against Carcaroth than Beren was. Then Willow would fly them both to Valinor, using the power of the Silmaril, and Buffy would browbeat the Valar into sending help much earlier than Eärendil did. Then she'd decline the honour of becoming the Evening Star and go home.

Posted by: erimthar (erimthar)
Posted at: 3rd June 2014 16:46 (UTC)

Would Buffy tell Morgoth he has fruit punch mouth?

Posted by: mikeda (mikeda)
Posted at: 5th June 2014 11:59 (UTC)

fly them both to Valinor

Although there is the issue of the ban on humans traveling to Valinor. I suppose (if we're assuming alternate dimensions) Mandos or someone might decide that the ban doesn't apply to humans from a different dimension.

Posted by: StephenT (stormwreath)
Posted at: 5th June 2014 16:08 (UTC)

That's why I mentioned the Silmaril. Eärendil was human (well, 50% human) but he was able to get past Valinor's defences because he carried the Silmaril.

Eärendil was forbidden to return to Middle-earth afterwards, but that wouldnt' be a problem for Buffy and Willow since they'd happily return to their own world instead.

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