Don't forget Gladers; (add here, let's make a chain!!)

Don't forget Gladers; (add here, let's make a chain!!)

This is so true ! I first read harry Potter, then hobbit and lotr, then sherlock, teen Wolf and supernatural :

This is so true ! I first read harry Potter, then hobbit and lotr, then sherlock, teen Wolf and supernatural :

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your game of thrones travel guide (infographic)  ..it would be cool if down the road, after the series wraps, they would create a got-location tour. something akin to what they do for lotr in new zealand. it could get creative quickly. possibly asoiaf themed food/music/decor on the ship...guides dressed as people from that world etc. i would totally get my geek on.

your game of thrones travel guide (infographic) ..it would be cool if down the road, after the series wraps, they would create a got-location tour. something akin to what they do for lotr in new zealand. it could get creative quickly. possibly asoiaf themed food/music/decor on the ship...guides dressed as people from that world etc. i would totally get my geek on.

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Coracos by Mavros-Thanatos crow raven demon devil satyr monster beast creature animal | Create your own roleplaying game material w/ RPG Bard: www.rpgbard.com | Writing inspiration for Dungeons and Dragons DND D&D Pathfinder PFRPG Warhammer 40k Star Wars Shadowrun Call of Cthulhu Lord of the Rings LoTR + d20 fantasy science fiction scifi horror design | Not Trusty Sword art: click artwork for source

From an adventure involving the Ruins of Utumno, where there were signs of renewed activity, possibly having to do with the premature return of Morgoth, via a gate, and which also involved a dragon. This adventure was tied to the Fourth Age rising up of Angband. I still use MERP maps, even though I run the Decipher LOTR Game.

From an adventure involving the Ruins of Utumno, where there were signs of renewed activity, possibly having to do with the premature return of Morgoth, via a gate, and which also involved a dragon. This adventure was tied to the Fourth Age rising up of Angband. I still use MERP maps, even though I run the Decipher LOTR Game.

The top layer of Minas Tirith, used for my RPG campaign, based on the movie version. I still use MERP maps, even though I run the Decipher LOTR Game.

The top layer of Minas Tirith, used for my RPG campaign, based on the movie version. I still use MERP maps, even though I run the Decipher LOTR Game.

Based on the map from MERP, but adapted to be an evolution of Minas Tirith, based on the movie layout of the city. I still use MERP maps, even though I run the Decipher LOTR Game.

Based on the map from MERP, but adapted to be an evolution of Minas Tirith, based on the movie layout of the city. I still use MERP maps, even though I run the Decipher LOTR Game.

From MERP, 2nd Edition. I found this online. I have the 1st Edition of the book and map, which is somewhat different. I still use MERP maps, even though I run the Decipher LOTR Game.

From MERP, 2nd Edition. I found this online. I have the 1st Edition of the book and map, which is somewhat different. I still use MERP maps, even though I run the Decipher LOTR Game.

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