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Heya! Key here. This is a multi-fandom blog, though expect to see reams of Hobbit, Sherlock, Martin Freeman and Richard Armitage. And plenty of miscellaneous crazy, 'cause that's how we roll in the the Lonely Mountain.

My ships, let me show you them: Thilbo, Johnlock, Dworin, Richartin, Armatish, Evitage

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This blog makes nsfw posts
(which is more of an enticement than a warning, really)

Let’s Play LEGO Hobbit with Luke Evans (x)

(Source: ogormanism)

yakisobaru:

dwarrowdamned:

yakisobaru:

megsesvidsaspie:

Bombur being carried in Mirkwood (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

It’s like they actually did the river scene and then left it out! Ugh that was the best part of the book.

I agree with you. No doubts it was one the most fun parts of the book. Fingers crossed to see this part on the EE.

Richard confirmed that the river scene as well as Thorin shooting the stag will be in the EE! SO yes! We will definitely see Bombur falling into the river C:

AAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH 

Richard didn’t confirm they would be in the EE. He was asked what scenes he would *like* to see in the EE, but that he can’t confirm anything.

(Source: kilichaos)

(Source: bilboakenshield)

capt-john-h-watson-md:

Benedict/Martin + clapping

Keep trying, Benedict. You’ve almost got it.

(Source: darlingbenny)

theheirsofdurin:

all-hearts-r-broken:

"Very Nice Bottom." (Mark Gatiss, GatissNoBrasil) [x]

(Source: gatissed)

notmydate:

Artist: Richard Armitage
Track: "Richard Armitage reads the proposal scene from "North and South""
Plays: 1,811 plays

Richard Armitage reads part of the proposal scene from Elizabeth Gaskell’s North and South

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“I know you despise me; allow me to say, it is because you don’t understand me.”

(Source: samheughan)

shaerahaek:

Somebody called them “The Calamities of Erebor” …. I think it fits….

Cate Blanchett by Sean & Seng for 032c magazine

tags:
#kittehs!
#doggies!

ydrill:

The infinite patience of dogs.

(Source: fyzacharyquinto)

avelinas:

Names get carved in the red oak tree
Of the ones who stay and the ones who leave
I will wait for you there with these cindered bones
So follow me, follow me down