jmoreno
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What would have happened to Tom Bombadil under Sauron's rule?
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That would depend in part on others. If Sauron had won, and Tom didn’t have the Ring, he would IMO probably have been left alone. Tom isn’t someone to fear and isn’t someone it’s desirable to ...

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Why didn't the Order of the Phoenix and Aurors use Felix Felicis potion to track Voldemort?
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Perhaps they did, and were thus lucky enough not to find V and get killed.

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Would Sauron have honored the terms offered by The Mouth of Sauron?
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The question is moot, and not just because his power was about to be destroyed. Sauron didn’t just expand his rule by war, he was also a corrupter. Even if he had refrained from war, that would only ...

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Are Superman's costume changes scientifically possible (manipulating Atoms)?
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His clothing is not meant to be actually fading, it's just that he is changing so quickly that an optical illusion is created, making it appear as if they fade in and out.

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Non-Tolkenian Orcs with redeeming qualities?
5 votes

Larry Correia's Monster Hunter series has a tribe of Orcs that have been adopted by the good guys.

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When Qui-Gon flipped the die in his favor, didn't he follow the Dark Side?
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The Light and Dark sides of the Force are determined by the users emotions, not by their actions or the result of their actions. Was he using anger, greed, jealousy or fear to give him the power to ...

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If Galadriel had claimed the One Ring, would Sauron have become her servant, or would have Galadriel become his servant?
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Your question doesn't really have an answer. The Ring is powerful AND evil. By it's very nature it corrupts. But the Ring isn't so powerful as to allow either to just casually kill the other with a ...

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Why did T-1000 continue to pursue John Connor if his mission already had failed?
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Pretty much every aspect of your premise is flawed. While a contract killer might take the money and run, he might also fulfill the contract -- a matter of professional reputation. And if you ...

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Why are wizards typically depicted living in towers?
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It's a sign of power, marking them as the equivalent of the nobility, the other people that have towers. And not just a third cousin once removed of a knight, but someone with real power.

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Why was the US so desperate to hide the Monolith from the Soviets in 2001?
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That’s not desperation, that’s routine secret orders, having been used since before writing was invented in order to keep certain individuals or groups ignorant of the actual plan. Could have been ...

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How do the Trader books connect to the main Liaden storyline?
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Ixin is mentioned in I Dare: "Deliberately, she sought out Korval's known allies and friends: Justus, Guayar, Ixin, Reptor, Mizel" Mouse and Dragon: "Ixin, allow me to make you known to ...

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The Angel Paradox; Is it possible to see an Angel move under the following circumstances?
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There is not a paradox -- while the Doctor is unable to see the Angel, it is free to move. It will continue to be free to move until such time as it is seen. Just how much of it has to be seen (and ...

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Are vampires able to make babies?
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Vampire bodies have a very limited capacity for change. Even if they were ovulating when changed, they wouldn't be able to make the adjustments needed to carry to term. The real question would be ...

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Why aren't the people responsible for creating Ultron arrested at the end of Avengers: Age of Ultron?
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For starters, either he is recognized as an AI with free will, in which they aren't responsible for the damage, or the people he was acting with would be held responsible on the theory that they were ...

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Are the Ferengi racially discriminated against by members of the Federation?
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A better question is it discrimination to act as if someone represents a positive role model in their culture, until you have reason to suspect otherwise? As others have said, there is a basic ...

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