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  Old Master Ben
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Gandalf is a wizard.

"A wizard is never late, Frodo Baggins, blah blah blah."

Case closed. Razz


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I was trying to be deep here, Ben!!!! Wink
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Well, if Gandalf allows himself to be called a wizard and even calls himself a wizard, I think that's good enough for us to classify him as such, even if he is technically some other type of creature.


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*throws hands in the air in defeat* Very well. I just like the backstory there. It's kinda cool. Smile
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Queen Padmè Skywalker wrote:


I always got the impression that Gandalf and his kind were "sent" to Middle Earth, in a manner of speaking, by God or whatever you want to call it in LotR terms.

Eru Illúvatar.

And, Ben, I'm sure I could find counter quotes if I looked for them. Wink
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*fist bumps Reep* I haven't read the books in quite awhile, so the proper name escaped me.
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*coughentireWeasleyfamilycough*
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*fist bumps back*

I'm re-reading and re-watching LotR right now. I read the book then watch the movie. I always do something like this when I go back to school.
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Trust me, I'm a big enough Tolkien fan to understand what Gandalf is and know his and most of the Middle-Earth backstory. However, I think we can agree that the general public (both in the real world and in the stories) would consider Gandalf a wizard. Wizard, as a noun, means a man who has magical powers, esp. in legends and fairy tales. (Copied from Google.) Gandalf falls under the classification even if he is something more.

And that's the nerdiest conversation I'll have all week.


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Old Master Ben wrote:
Trust me, I'm a big enough Tolkien fan to understand what Gandalf is and know his and most of the Middle-Earth backstory. However, I think we can agree that the general public (both in the real world and in the stories) would consider Gandalf a wizard. Wizard, as a noun, means a man who has magical powers, esp. in legends and fairy tales. (Copied from Google.) Gandalf falls under the classification even if he is something more.

And that's the nerdiest conversation I'll have all week.

Fair enough. I'm sure you'd trust me on something Lewis-related. Wink
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Old Master Ben wrote:
Trust me, I'm a big enough Tolkien fan to understand what Gandalf is and know his and most of the Middle-Earth backstory. However, I think we can agree that the general public (both in the real world and in the stories) would consider Gandalf a wizard. Wizard, as a noun, means a man who has magical powers, esp. in legends and fairy tales. (Copied from Google.) Gandalf falls under the classification even if he is something more.

And that's the nerdiest conversation I'll have all week.


I just wanted the backstory noted. *cries* Wink
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Old Master Ben wrote:
(Copied from Google.)


I love seeing this. If Google tells me, there's no doubt Laughing Of course, I google questions too so I'm in the same boat.

And how did I forget the Wizard of Oz! I am a moron for that Very Happy

Also, if anyone has heard anything about a comic series called Fables, Frau Totenkinder is an awesome witch. She's way up there on my list, too.
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Aush wrote:


And how did I forget the Wizard of Oz! I am a moron for that Very Happy


Yes I said you were and you confirmed it yourself Wink
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Aush wrote:
Old Master Ben wrote:
(Copied from Google.)


I love seeing this. If Google tells me, there's no doubt Laughing Of course, I google questions too so I'm in the same boat.

And how did I forget the Wizard of Oz! I am a moron for that Very Happy

Also, if anyone has heard anything about a comic series called Fables, Frau Totenkinder is an awesome witch. She's way up there on my list, too.

I tried reading the first issue of it, but I felt like my childhood was being stabbed. Snow White and Prince Charming filing for divorce. Seriously? Neutral
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