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A tribute about my favorite character in Lord of the Rings. No copyright infringement intended.
9 Jul 2012
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the empire of harad attacks and word must brought to gondor but what of gondor itself
6 Aug 2007
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Born of Hope («El nacimiento de la esperanza» o «Nace una esperanza») es un fan film semiprofesional de aventuras fantásticas dirigido y producido por la cineasta británica Kate Madison. Está ambientado en el noroeste de la Tierra Media creada por el escritor británico J. R. R. Tolkien, en los años inmediatamente anteriores a los hechos narrados en sus novelas El hobbit y El Señor de los Anillos. Retrata hechos y personajes brevemente esbozados en el Apéndice A de esta última: la historia de Arathorn y Gilraen, los padres de Aragorn, uno de los protagonistas de El Señor de los Anillos, último descendiente del linaje de Elendil y único heredero legítimo de los tronos de Arnor y Gondor; y del resto de los montaraces dúnedain que se sacrificaron por mantenerle a salvo. Kate Madison reunió un reparto y un equipo de producción capaz de captar la esencia visual del universo Tolkien con un presupuesto mínimo. Además, Born of Hope no destaca sólo en lo visual, sino que por su guión original resulta una precuela plausible para El Señor de los Anillos: la Comunidad del Anillo. El presupuesto necesario para la producción fue recaudado exclusivamente mediante donaciones privadas y se invirtió íntegramente en material, puesto que todos los que trabajaron en la película lo hicieron de manera altruista. Internet fue el punto de reunión para la producción del film. El preestreno de Born of Hope se produjo en la Ring*Con de 2009; mientras que su exhibición pública se llevó a cabo desde Internet. Aunque los derechos cinematográficos de El Señor de los Anillos son controlados por Middle-earth Enterprises, la empresa de Saul Zaentz, el Tolkien Estate y New Line Cinema, ninguno de los fan films lanzados sin ánimo de lucro ha recibido advertencia legal alguna. A finales de la Tercera Edad, en la Tierra Media, el poder del malvado Sauron se incrementa. Sus orcos se dedican a perseguir a los escasos miembros restantes del linaje de Elendil el Alto, cuya sangre aún fluye por las venas de los últimos de los dúnedain. Dírhael, su esposa Ivorwen y su hija Gilraen son emboscados por un grupo de orcos mientras huyen del ataque a su poblado; pero resultan salvados por un grupo de montaraces guiados por Arathorn. Sin lugar seguro al que ir, los refugiados son conducidos por Arathorn a Taurdal, el poblado gobernado por su padre y capitán de los dúnedain del norte, Arador. Una vez allí, Arathorn y Arador especulan sobre la causa del interés de los orcos en encontrar joyas de los dúnedain. Durante su estancia en Taurdal, Gilraen se enamora de Arathorn. A la vista de los ataques a los asentamientos vecinos, Arador conduce a sus fuerzas en una campaña contra los orcos de la zona en un intento de devolver la paz a la región. Mientras tanto, envía a Arathorn por su cuenta para que intente determinar el sentido de los ataques. Arathorn descubre que los orcos sirven a Sauron, que busca el Anillo de Barahir. Arathorn y Gilraen reciben la bendición de Arador para casarse, pero Arathorn no es capaz de juntar el arrojo necesario para pedir a Dírhael la mano de su hija. En ese momento, Arador es convocado a Rivendel para unirse al concilio de Elrond, y la boda debe posponerse hasta su regreso, cuando Arathorn sí consigue afrontar la pedida a Dírhael, y el matrimonio se celebra. Un año más tarde, Arador resulta muerto por un troll de las montañas en los Páramos Fríos, lo que convierte a Arathorn en capitán de los dúnedain. Gilraen queda embarazada y da a luz un hijo, Aragorn. Taurdal vive en paz durante un tiempo, hasta que Elladan y Elrohir, los hijos de Elrond, llegan con noticias de Rivendel. Elrond percibe que el peligro vuelve a amenazar a la región, y pide que Gilraen y Aragorn acudan a Rivendel por su seguridad, como es además tradición entre los herederos de la capitanía de los dúnedain. Antes de que Arathorn y Gilraen pudieran tomar una decisión, una banda de orcos ataca el poblado. Son derrotados, y Arathorn guía a los montaraces en persecución de los que huyen. Consiguen alcanzarlos, pero Arathorn resulta mortalmente herido en la acción. Sin un capitán capaz de liderarlos, los dúnedain abandonan Taurdal y se esconden en la espesura de los bosques de Rhudaur, mientras el heredero Aragorn es conducido a Rivendel.
20 Oct 2010
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Please watch in high quality ^.^ This is a vocal cover (sung by me) of Steward of Gondor (also known as Pippin's song, Edge of Night, and All Shall Fade) from the Lord of the Rings. I hope you enjoy it. ^.^ Please comment and rate Disclaimer: I do not own the song, nor the clips used in the video (I used clips from FF7AC, FF9, FFX and FFX-2) I've been really busy lately and haven't really had much time to work on projects :( But I got a new microphone for my birthday (^.^) and I just couldn't wait to record something with it So I sang this absolutely beautiful song. The scene where Pippin sings this song is one of my favorite scenes in any movie ever, and this is one of the most simply beautiful and haunting songs that I have ever heard Ignore the video... hehe... I made it kind of quickly and I have a bunch of Final Fantasy clips on hand from my other videos, so I decided that it would be quicker to just make an FF video to go with it. Also, I've been having a sore throat the past couple of days... so some of my high notes aren't that clear (but that's ok cause the microphone is so much better that even sick, the sound quality is much better) hehe... I also recorded this without warming up.. or practicing.. or even checking the lyrics... or the pitches..hehe.. so i might be wrong on some of them (sorry in advance) and for some reason, youtube cut the last note short O.o I swear, on the original video, that note is longer... here is a link to download my version of this song : http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?oimmjt1j003 DISCLAIMER: I DO NOT OWN THE LORD OF THE RINGS, THE STEWARD OF GONDOR, OR FINAL FANTASY
6 Sep 2009
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The clip Waking up in Gondor from The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) Gandalf? Frodo! Gimli!
15 Nov 2011
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The clip The beacons of Gondor from The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)
16 Nov 2011
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The clip Rohan will help Gondor from The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) with Bernard Hill The beacons of Minas Tirith! The beacons are lit! Gondor calls for aid. And Rohan will answer. Muster the Rohirrim. Assemble the army at Dunharrow. As many men as can be found. You have two days. On the third, we ride for Gondor and war. -Forward. -Very good, sir. -Gamling. -My lord. Make haste across the Riddermark. Summon every able-bodied man to Dunharrow. I will. -Wiill you ride with us? -Just to the encampment.
16 Nov 2011
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The clip The Steward of Gondor from The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) with Ian McKellen, Billy Boyd Hail Denethor, son of Ecthelion, lord and steward of Gondor. I come with tidings in this dark hour, and with counsel. Perhaps you come to explain this. Perhaps you come to tell me why my son is dead. Boromir died to save us my kinsman and me. -He fell defending us from many foes. -Pippin. I offer you my service, such as it is in payment of this debt. This is my first command to you. How did you escape and my son did not so mighty a man as he was? The mightiest man may be slain by one arrow and Boromir was pierced by many.
16 Nov 2011
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The clip The problems of Gondor from The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) Come. All has turned to vain ambition. He would even use his grief as a cloak. A thousand years this city has stood. Now, at the whim of a madman, it will fall. And the White Tree, the tree of the king will never bloom again. -Why are they still guarding it? -They guard it because they have hope. A faint and fading hope that one day it will flower. That a king will come and this city will be as it once was before it fell into decay. The old wisdom borne out of the West was forsaken. Kings made tombs more splendid than the houses of the living and counted the old names of their descent dearer than the names of their sons. Childless lords sat in aged halls, musing on heraldry or in high, cold towers, asking questions of the stars. And so the people of Gondor fell into ruin. The line of kings failed. The White Tree withered. The rule of Gondor was given over to lesser men.
16 Nov 2011
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The clip Pippin, a knight of Gondor from The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) with Billy Boyd, Ian McKellen So I imagine this is just a ceremonial position. I mean, they don't actually expect me to do any fighting. -Do they? -You're in the service of the steward now. You'll have to do as you're told, Peregrin Took. Ridiculous Hobbit. Guard of the Citadel.
18 Nov 2011
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The clip Gondor needs no king from The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) with Hugo Weaving, Ian McKellen Never before has any voice uttered the words of that tongue here in lmladris. I do not ask your pardon, Master Elrond for the Black Speech of Mordor may yet be heard in every corner of the West! The Ring is altogether evil. It is a gift. A gift to the foes of Mordor. Why not use this Ring? Long has my father, the Steward of Gondor kept the forces of Mordor at bay. By the blood of our people are your lands kept safe. Give Gondor the weapon of the enemy. Let us use it against him. You cannot wield it. None of us can. The One Ring answers to Sauron alone. It has no other master. And what would a Ranger know of this matter? This is no mere Ranger. He is Aragorn, son of Arathorn. You owe him your allegiance. Aragorn. This is lsildur's heir? And heir to the throne of Gondor. Sit down, Legolas. Gondor has no king. Gondor needs no king.
22 Nov 2011
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The clip The Lords of Gondor have returned from The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) with Viggo Mortensen, Sean Bean Take some rest. These borders are well-protected. I will find no rest here. I heard her voice inside my head. She spoke of my father and the fall of Gondor. She said to me, "Even now there is hope left." But I cannot see it. It is long since we had any hope. My father is a noble man. But his rule is failing and our people lose faith. He looks to me to make things right, and I would do it. I would see the glory of Gondor restored. Have you ever seen it, Aragorn? The White Tower of Ecthelion. Glimmering like a spike of pearl and silver. Its banners caught high in the morning breeze. Have you ever been called home by the clear ringing of silver trumpets? I have seen the White City Iong ago. One day, our paths will lead us there. And the tower guard shall take up the call: "The Lords of Gondor have returned."
3 Dec 2011
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The clip Not going through Gondor from The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) You know that. From there we can regroup. Strike out for Mordor from a place of strength. There is no strength in Gondor that can avail us. You were quick enough to trust the Elves. Have you so little faith in your own people? Yes, there is weakness. There is frailty. But there is courage also, and honor to be found in Men. But you will not see that. You are afraid! All your life, you have hidden in the shadows. Scared of who you are, of what you are. I will not lead the Ring within a hundred leagues of your city.
4 Dec 2011
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I went through some of the soundtracks of the various LOTR movies and put in the variations of the violin themes of Rohan, and the Gondor theme as well parts that I really enjoyed listening too. Few movies out there have a soundtrack that is as awe-inspiring and jaw dropping as the score for the Lord of the Rings.
12 Apr 2013
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The clip gondor-needs-no-king from The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) with Elijah Wood, Elijah Wood. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Never before has any voice uttered the words of that tongue here in Imladris. Never before has any voice uttered the words of that tongue here in Imladris. I do not ask your pardon, Master Elrond... I do not ask your pardon, Master Elrond... ...for the Black Speech of Mordor... for the Black Speech of Mordor... ...may yet be heard... may yet be heard... ...in every corner of the West! in every corner of the West! The Ring is altogether evil. The Ring is altogether evil. It is a gift. It is a gift. A gift to the foes of Mordor. A gift to the foes of Mordor. Why not use this Ring? Why not use this Ring? Long has my father, the Steward of Gondor... Long has my father, the Steward of Gondor... ...kept the forces of Mordor at bay. By the blood of our people... kept the forces of Mordor at bay. By the blood of our people... ...are your lands kept safe. are your lands kept safe. Give Gondor the weapon of the enemy. Let us use it against him. Give Gondor the weapon of the enemy. Let us use it against him. You cannot wield it. None of us can. You cannot wield it. None of us can. The One Ring answers to Sauron alone. It has no other master. The One Ring answers to Sauron alone. It has no other master. And what would a Ranger know of this matter? And what would a Ranger know of this matter? This is no mere Ranger. This is no mere Ranger. He is Aragorn, son of Arathorn. He is Aragorn, son of Arathorn. You owe him your allegiance. You owe him your allegiance. Aragorn. Aragorn. This is Isildur's heir? This is Isildur's heir? And heir to the throne of Gondor. And heir to the throne of Gondor. Sit down, Legolas. Sit down, Legolas. Gondor has no king. Gondor has no king. Gondor needs no king. Gondor needs no king.
2 Nov 2013
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The clip the-lords-of-gondor-have-returned from The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) with Sean Bean, Sean Bean. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Take some rest. Take some rest. These borders are well-protected. These borders are well-protected. I will find no rest here. I will find no rest here. I heard her voice inside my head. I heard her voice inside my head. She spoke of my father and the fall of Gondor. She spoke of my father and the fall of Gondor. She said to me, "Even now there is hope left." She said to me, "Even now there is hope left." But I cannot see it. But I cannot see it. It is long since we had any hope. It is long since we had any hope. My father is a noble man. My father is a noble man. But his rule is failing... But his rule is failing... ...and our people lose faith. and our people lose faith. He looks to me to make things right, and I would do it. He looks to me to make things right and I would do it. I would see the glory of Gondor restored. I would see the glory of Gondor restored. Have you ever seen it, Aragorn? Have you ever seen it, Aragorn? The White Tower of Ecthelion. The White Tower of Ecthelion. Glimmering like a spike of pearl and silver. Glimmering like a spike of pearl and silver. Its banners caught high in the morning breeze. Its banners caught high in the morning breeze. Have you ever been called home... Have you ever been called home... ...by the clear ringing of silver trumpets? by the clear ringing of silver trumpets? I have seen the White City... I have seen the White City... ...long ago. long ago. One day, our paths will lead us there. One day, our paths will lead us there. And the tower guard shall take up the call: And the tower guard shall take up the call: "The Lords of Gondor have returned." "The Lords of Gondor have returned."
11 Nov 2013
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