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  Balrog - meaning of word
==Balrogs briefly== A Balrog (Sindarin for "Demon of Might"; the Quenya form is ''Valarauko'' or ''Valarauco''') was a tall, menacing creature made equally of fire and shadow and with a fiery Whip (implement) of many thongs.
The Balrogs were originally Maiar, of the same order as Sauron and Gandalf, but they became seduced by Morgoth, who corrupted them to his service in the days of his splendour before the coming of the Elves (Middle-earth).
Balrogs have been very elusive since the First Age; if Sauron had any in his service during the Second Age or the War of the Ring, they were never revealed.
wordsonline.org /Balrog   (1559 words)

  
  Balrog - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A Balrog (Sindarin for "Demon of Might"; the Quenya form is Valarauko or Valarauco, plural Valaraukar) was a tall, menacing being in the shape of a Man, having control of both fire and shadow and with a fiery whip of many thongs.
Balrog was originally the Spanish fighter with the claw and mask.
The Balrog seen in the Third Age used a sword and whip of flame in its battle with Gandalf.
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 Balrog
A Balrog (Sindarin for "Demon of Might"; the Quenya form is Valarauko, Valarauco or Valaraukar) was a tall, menacing being in the shape of a Man, having control of both fire and shadow and with a fiery whip of many thongs.
The Balrogs were originally Maiar, of the same order as Sauron and Gandalf, but they became seduced by Morgoth, who corrupted them to his service in the days of his splendour before the creation of Arda.
It was unclear whether the Balrog had retained the Maia ability to change shape, or what was to be the exact shape of the Balrog encountered by the Fellowship.
www.sfcrowsnest.com /scifinder/a/Balrog.php   (1549 words)

  
 Balrog Did You Mean balrog   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
A Balrog (Sindarin for "Demon of Might"; the Quenya form is Valarauko, Valarauco or Valaraukar) was a tall, menacing being in the shape of a Man, having control of both fire and shadow and with a fiery whip of many thongs.
As Maiar, Balrogs would have had the natural ability to change their shape at will, and to move "unclad in the raiment of the world" meaning invisible and without form.
It is unknown whether this affected Balrogs in the same way, and whether or not Balrogs had the ability to change shape or not.
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 Balrog - The Coming Soon! Boards - View Profile: Balrog of Moria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
a balrog is not on fire it is dead ; a balrog is a maia a balrog is given in the chapter "the bridge of khazad
Balrogs were creatures of great The Balrog fell into the abyss with a terrible cry and it lashed its whip
Balrog was released carded in the twelfth series (1993) as part of The Street Fighter 2 figures were numbered 1 through 12 - Balrog was number 11.
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 The Balrog ... - Unexplained Mysteries Discussion Forums
A Balrog (Sindarin for "Demon of Might"; the Quenya form is Valarauko or Valarauco, plural Valaraukar) was a tall, menacing being in the shape of a Man, having control of both fire and shadow and with a fiery whip of many thongs.
The balrog was a pain in the neck...
The Balrog is a creature that kills not for bloodthirst or for the side of evil...
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 :::► Dictionary of Meaning www.mauspfeil.net ◄:::   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
For more Balrogs see Balrog (disambiguation)'' {{spoiler}} Image: balrog.png thumb300pxThe Balrog from [[Peter JacksonPeter Jackson's ''The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (film) The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring'']] '''Balrogs''' are fiction fictional demon-like creatures from J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth legendarium.
A '''Balrog''' (Sindarin for "Demon of Might"; the Quenya form is ''Valarauko'', ''Valarauco'' or ''Valaraukar'') was a tall, menacing being in the shape of a Man, having control of both fire and shadow and with a fiery Whip (implement) whip of many thongs.
He was mortally wounded by Gothmog, Lord of Balrogs, one of only two Balrogs known by name (the other is Muar, the Balrog of Moria).
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 Home - Gothmog   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Tolkien's fictional universe of Middle-earth, Gothmog was the Lord of the Balrogs and the High-Captain of Angband, one of the chief servants of the Dark Lord Morgoth with a rank equal to that of Sauron.
Morgoth drew about him an army of Balrogs and other assorted demons, who were Maiar whom he managed to trick or corrupt, and made war on Middle-earth and the Children of Ilúvatar, but was defeated by the Valar and was overthrown.
Because Fëanor had taken the ships and left the Ñoldor led by his half-brother on the west side of the sea, the royal houses of the Ñoldor were feuding, but Fingon son of Fingolfin, whom Fëanor had left behind, saved Maedhros, son of Fëanor, from Morgoth's evil and the feud was settled.
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 balrog | English | Dictionary & Translation by Babylon
For more Balrogs see Balrog (disambiguation) A Balrog is a fictional demon-like creature from J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth legendarium.
The Balrog (Sindarin for "Demon of Might"; the Quenya form is Valarauco) is a tall, menacing being in the shape of a man, having control of both fire and shadow.
The Fellowship of the Ring encountered a Balrog in the mines of Moria, in The Lord of the Rings in the first volume, The Fellowship of the Ring.
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 gandalf - Article and Reference from OnPedia.com
For other meanings of 'Gandalf' see: Gandalf (disambiguation) Gandalf is a fictional character from J.
Taking leadership of the fellowship (nine representatives of the free peoples of Middle-earth "set against the Nine Riders"), he and Aragorn lead the hobbits and their companions on an unsuccessful effort to cross Mount Caradhras in winter.
Then they take the "dark and secret way" which leads to Gandalf's apparent demise fighting the Balrog in the Mines of Moria.
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 Balrog -
Balrog, deep within the Cursed Sanctuary, and a duet of much stronger, flying Crimson Balrog's which attack players traveling on a ship to and from the continent of Ossyria.
Ganon from The Legend of Zelda is often depticted as a being fitting the description of a Balrog.
Some have said that the Balrog in Peter Jackson's film resembles the eponymous character from the Diablo II and Diablo computer games.
psychcentral.com /psypsych/Balrog   (1815 words)

  
 Bane - Indopedia, the Indological knowledgebase   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
In J. Tolkien's epic The Lord of the Rings the One Ring is referred to as Isildur's Bane.
Also, the Balrog that killed Durin VI is named Durin's Bane.
This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title.
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 Balrog (disambiguation) - TheBestLinks.com - Diablo II, Role-playing game, Street Fighter, Ultima, ...
Balrog (disambiguation), Diablo II, Role-playing game, Street Fighter, Ultima...
Balrogs (and their alternatives, Pit Lord and Venom Lord) are depicted as tall, muscular demons, complete with horns and wings.
This is a disambiguation page, i.e., a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title.
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 Balrog - MapleWiki
NOTE: This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title.
Balrog, the Level 80 boss found deep in Sleepywood Dunegon.
Crimson Balrog, the Level 100 boss found occassionally on the Ship to Orbis/Ellinia.
www.maplewiki.net /index.php?title=Balrog   (82 words)

  
 Gandalf - meaning of word
For other meanings of Gandalf see: Gandalf (disambiguation)'' Gandalf is a fictional character from J.
Neither he nor the Balrog was killed by the fall, and Gandalf pursued the creature for eight days until they climbed to the peak of Zirakzigil.
In the end, the Balrog was cast down and it broke the mountain-side as it fell.
wordsonline.org /Gandalf   (1341 words)

  
 Your Info (Sprite (computer graphics))   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Most notably, the creators of the fire breathing Balrog in used sprites to simulate fire emanating from the surface of the demon.
Small bursts of fire were filmed in front of a fl background and made transparent using a luma key.
Many bursts were then attached to the surface of the animated Balrog model and mixed with simulated smoke and heat waves to create the illusion of a monster made from fire.
wikiax.biz /en/sprite+(computer+graphics)   (1465 words)

  
 Black Girls In Thongs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
This article is about the color Blaxk ; for other uses, see Balck (disambiguation).
Moria (Middle-earth) 15: the Balrog snagged Gandalf's leg with its whip of Thangs and pulled him after it, sending them both plungi
Balrog 8: nd with a fiery Whip (implement)whip of many Thonsg.
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 Wikipedia:Links to (disambiguation) pages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of disambiguation pages or redirects with "(disambiguation)" in the title.
Links to these pages don't need disambiguation, as they are done exceptionally and on purpose.
A supplementary page, List of TLA disambiguation pages contains a growing manually produced list of three letter abbreviations that exist in the format
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Wikipedia:Links_to_(disambiguation)_pages   (109 words)

  
 Gandalf   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Since Gandalf and the Balrog were both Maiar, they were beings of the same order.
Neither he nor the Balrog was killed by the fall, and Gandalf pursued the creature for eight days until they climbed to the peak of Zirakzigil.
In the end, the Balrog was cast down and it broke the mountain-side as it fell.
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 Magic sword42   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Sorcery (disambiguation) pentagram drawn by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa.]] Magic or sorcery, coined by William "Pickles" Fleder, are terms referring to the alleged influencing of events and physical phenomena by supernatural, mystical, or paranormal means.
Frey (disambiguation) Freyr (sometimes anglicized Frey) is one of the most important deities in Nordic religion and Norse mythology.
The name is also used in the saga to denote the Goths and the form Tervingi was actually recorded by Roman sources in the 4th century.
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 Boromir - One Wiki to Rule Them All, the Lord of the Rings Encyclopedia
Soon he joined the Fellowship of the Ring and was warned by Elrond to not blow the Horn of Gondor until they were close to Gondor and in dire need.
After the Fellowship failed to cross east of the Misty Mountains, they went through the Dwarven realm of Moria, where Gandalf would fall while fighting the Balrog.
When the Fellowship made it to Lórien he was disturbed by Galadriel testing his mind.
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 Gandalf: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
A balrog (sindarin for "demon of might"; the quenya form is valarauko) was a tall, menacing creature made equally of fire and shadow and with a fiery...
Neither he nor the Balrog was killed by the fall, EHandler: no quick summary.
(the Balrog was cast down and it broke the mountain-side as it fell.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /enc1/gandalf   (2471 words)

  
 Everything about Balrog   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
- Balrogs in the video game Diablo II, (and their alternatives, Pit Lord and Venom Lord) are depicted as tall, muscular demons, complete with horns and wings.
The works of J.R.R. Tolkien feature demon-like beings called Balrogs, terrible spirits of flame with humanoid bodies.
Cenobites are demons which feature in the works of Clive Barker, such as the novel The Hellbound Heart on which the film Hellraiser is based.
fr.wikimiki.org /en/Balrog   (12398 words)

  
 Aragorn II - One Wiki to Rule Them All, the Lord of the Rings Encyclopedia
Aragorn accompanied the group through an attempt to cross the pass of Caradhras and through the mines of Moria.
He became their leader after Gandalf was lost in battle with a Balrog.
Aragorn led the company to Lórien and then down the river Anduin to the Falls of Rauros.
lotr.wikia.com /wiki/Aragorn_II   (3273 words)

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