n3xt
4 years ago5,000+ Views
The Shire was the homeland of the Hobbits. It was located in the northwest of Middle-earth, in the region of Eriador and within the Kingdom of Arnor, that is, while the kingdom existed. By the Third Age it was one of the few heavily-populated areas left in Eriador. Its name in Westron was Sûza "Shire" or Sûzat "The Shire".
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@onesmile really? I wouldnt think I would miss something like that lol
4 years ago·Reply
I really enjoyed the The Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hobbit is good too...(*_*)
4 years ago·Reply
@cheerfulcallie wat was ur fav LOTR movie? Personally huge fan of the Return of the King
4 years ago·Reply
@n3xt my personal fav has to be the first installment, The Fellowship of the Ring, it wasn't just the storyline but I was impress overall with everything, from the cinematography to the costumes itself...so from that first one I knew, I would love the rest.
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For me, the Shire was one of the most accurately represented locations. Even if every detail from the book wasn't correct, the feeling of it was, and thags what's important
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