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Rivendell contains 2 nations.
Today's World Census Report
The Highest Wealthy Incomes in Rivendell
The World Census studied the spending power of the richest 10% of citizens in each nation.
As a region, Rivendell is ranked 22,177th in the world for Highest Wealthy Incomes.
|1.||The Elvish Queendom of Liesbeth||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“Carpe Diem”|
|2.||The Principality of Lindir||Scandinavian Liberal Paradise||“To sheep other sheep no doubt appear different”|
- : Embassy established between Gondolin and Rivendell.
- : The Kingdom of Aragorn II Elessar of the region Gondolin agreed to construct embassies.
- : The Principality of Lindir proposed constructing embassies with Gondolin.
- : The Kingdom of Aragorn II Elessar of the region Gondolin proposed constructing embassies.
- : The Phantasm of Afi-Aftos of the region Fredonia proposed constructing embassies.
- : The Constitutional Monarchy of Weffleunion of the region Weffle proposed constructing embassies.
- : Embassy established between Hobbiton and Rivendell.
- : The Principality of Lindir agreed to construct embassies with Hobbiton.
- : The Incorporated States of Balbo Baggins of the region Hobbiton proposed constructing embassies.
- : Trolloputsk ceased to exist.
Rivendell Regional Message Board
Greetings, Lord Elrond! I've brought my harp and my songbook.
Excellent! Let the dramatic poetry readings and the singing begin!
Middle Earth poll: Which original movie character is your favourite? page=poll/p=22022
Lindir/Figwit is a hybrid of sorts. Was introduced as a nameless original hanger-on in LOTR, and because of positive fan response to Figwit, reappeared in The Hobbit. He was then retroactively named Lindir, the character in LOTR who talks shop about poetry with Bilbo.
That means he's only partially an original character then?
It's too bad this scene is only included in the extended version. You get lots of time on screen in it.
I think we could say that Figwit was made into an only partially original character retroactively. I can't really recall anything which the Lindir in the Hobbit film has in common with the Lindir from the LOTR book except the name and that he lives in Rivendell. Maybe there's something extra I didn't notice.
Hence the limerick reference to fountains. :) Apparently it was really hard for Bret Mckenzie to learn all those Elvish lines at short notice, but they were really patient and good humoured, so they got the scenes completed.
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