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Fog on the Barrow-downs
After Frodo and his companions had left Tom Bombadil's house, they had to go through the Barrow-downs, where they met a spooky wight, who captivated them alive in an old barrow. He sang a magic laming song and tried to kill the Hobbits with a long and old sword he had ceremonially put on them. But Frodo (not being under the spell of the Barrow-wight, because he just fainted, sang a song Tom taught to him. Then Bombadil appeared and rescued the Hobbits as he did in the Old Forest.
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  April 14, 2013
I can only see the first picture but it still looks awesome! Nice use of those minifig stand thingies! The Barrow-Wight looks awesome too!
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  January 2, 2013
Nice! None of the old photos work anymore but the main image is well done. I was upset by their leaving out the Barrow Downs and in the film but at least they (kind of) included the Midgewater Marshes in the extended edition. The whole first part of the book was my favorite to read and was saddened buy how much was left out.
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  February 21, 2012
i forgot about this part until I looked at this!
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  December 8, 2011
Quoting Jackson Williams Great job! Is this scene only in the book?
Thanks for the comment! Yes, it's only in the book.
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  December 8, 2011
Great job! Is this scene only in the book?
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  June 10, 2011
Very accurate! The part was kinda weird in the book. BTW, for my Theoden Contest, do you want me to make you an admin?
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  May 15, 2011
Really accurate to the book! I just read this part a few days ago.
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  April 21, 2011
Well, normally yours are AWESOME this one was just okay, i was a little harsh earlier =/
Michael Kringe
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Cligra ?
  April 15, 2011
Very nicely built, and excellently lit!
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  April 15, 2011
Quoting Flicker , Cool!!! Remember my easter contest? It started!
Thanks! I'll visit the group!
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  April 15, 2011
Cool!!! Remember my easter contest? It started!
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  April 15, 2011
excellent scenerie!!!
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  April 12, 2011
:) good work
Michael Kringe
LEGO Lord
  April 10, 2011
You will have to enter into My Computer, then enter into Local Disc (C:), then enter into program files, then enter into LEGO Company, then enter into LEGO Digital Designer, then enter into LDD4, then enter into LEGO Digital Designer, then enter into preferences.ini, and add "themeaccess=legouniverse". Hope that helps.
 I like it 
  April 10, 2011
Hey nice! I am rereading the Fellowship of the Ring right now and just passed this scene! It lookes like just in the book! BTW, why did you favorite me? I havnt posted anything yet though I will soon
 I like it 
  April 10, 2011
Great work on this! I really like your LOTR MOCs. Keep them coming!
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  April 10, 2011
Quoting LEGO Lord Thank you for your understanding Michael. I'd suggest for you to use LEGO Digital Designer with LEGO Universe mode turned on (no, you don't have to purchase the LEGO Universe game), with it building possibilities are endless. What would be good is to buy the pieces for the model from Bricklink, it's very cheap.
Thanks! I do already have the Digital Designer, but how/where can I get the universe modus?
Michael Kringe
LEGO Lord
  April 9, 2011
Thank you for your understanding Michael. I'd suggest for you to use LEGO Digital Designer with LEGO Universe mode turned on (no, you don't have to purchase the LEGO Universe game), with it building possibilities are endless. What would be good is to buy the pieces for the model from Bricklink, it's very cheap.
 I made it 
  April 9, 2011
7. I will delete your comment, because I don't want this having influence of the next ones. I'm not ignoring weird or advising comments and I'm going to copy this hint. 8. Thanks for advice, but please write more friendly comments the next time. 9. You can call me Michael or Michel. 10. If you made MOCs built out of real bricks, you would see how difficult it is to find the right ones. 11. You're probably right. It is better to make digital designs before making a real creation, just because you can use more bricks 12. Although some of your comments contain helpful sentences most of them aren't replicable or reasoned. Writing "Sorry this doesn't look like him" for a character from Tolkien's books or descriptions isn't very apprpriate I think. 13. Thanks for the comment! (I'm not angry with you) ;)
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  April 9, 2011
1. I prefer not to create things looking similar to the LEGO-designs. 2. I agree. This should have been more detailed, but I didn't want it to be a perfect MOC. I just wanted to build a little scene just for fun. 3. As you can see the focus of this MOC is on the scene and the minifigs (built out of my own imagination) and not on the building technics 4. Big Mocs take more time, I hate it to destroy older creations (this is why some of my creations aren't very detailed) and computer designed creations cost a lot of money. Though I'm going to buy my first computer-designed creation, soon and it will look much better than most of my older creations just of the new pieces and building technics. 5. I prefer the classic yellow color and I don't care on the rules of the lego group. 6. I know the good and bad sides of my creations and as you can see I'm still learning. I'm also still learning English. I hope my English knowledge is OK....
 I made it 
  April 7, 2011
Quoting Captain Connor Patterson Hey Michael! Whats up? Good job on this one. Love the use of the beard as the crown. I always wondered why they did not put this scene in the movie =P It would have been cooler if they had.
Thanks, Connor! :D I also think they should have shown this scene in the Fellowship of the Ring for a more spooky athmosphere on their journey to Rivendell!
Michael Kringe
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Captain Connor Patterson
  April 6, 2011
Hey Michael! Whats up? Good job on this one. Love the use of the beard as the crown. I always wondered why they did not put this scene in the movie =P It would have been cooler if they had.
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  March 26, 2011
Very nice! I love the use of the beard!
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  March 25, 2011
I really like your lego creations. You make Tolkien's descriptions so colorful. This was my least favorite part of Fellowship but I love how you portrayed it! Great work!
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  March 23, 2011
Huh, creepy! That's one of the scenes I miss in the film.
Michael Kringe
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Soap MacTavish
  March 22, 2011
Haha! Good work. Thx for the comments on my stuff!
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  March 21, 2011
nice job!!!!!
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  March 21, 2011
Nice re-enactment!
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  March 21, 2011
Quoting Christopher Baldacci This is a scene I missed greatly in the movies, even more than Tom Bombadil. This was a really cool scene and I love your ghoul (I don't remember his official LOTR name.). Great job!
Thanks for the comments, guys! PS: I think the creature's name was barrow-wight.
 I made it 
  March 21, 2011
Quoting Caleb Robinson, the MC (formaly MC Sniper) Sorry, but i have to say, michael, you can do better than this...
Is it so bad?
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  March 20, 2011
Sorry, but i have to say, michael, you can do better than this...
 I like it 
  March 20, 2011
This is a scene I missed greatly in the movies, even more than Tom Bombadil. This was a really cool scene and I love your ghoul (I don't remember his official LOTR name.). Great job!
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  March 20, 2011
COOL!
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  March 20, 2011
Awesome! Hurry Bombadil, sing your song and save the Hobbits!!!
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  March 20, 2011
Excellent! This must be the most underrated scene of the books and you recreated it well! Thank you.
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  March 20, 2011
Man, I am loving this stuff! I don't know if anyone else re-created this scene, but I think you've captured this perfectly.
 
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