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A kingdom of Middle Earth in the parallel dimension and world to ours. Known for its castle with a pointy cliff tower thing which looks like a mashed in adams apple, it peers in sight to Mordor. Giving the history between the two kingdoms alot of people who lived on the border close to Mordor would have to sacrifice a greased up tea cup pig, a 3 legged goat, and stomp a smurf in order to get Gondor to protect them. Once Gondor received these gifts they would send 1 Calvary company. If 2 smurfs were stomped then they would send the entire Calvary Division. No one understands the hatred Gondor had of smurfs but it was there nonetheless. While the Elves sodomized the Dwarves, Gondor did the same to the Hobbits. They used Hobbits for underground sex slave trades. They also forced Hobbits and Dwarves to mate to produce an unholy offspring called Dwarbbits to use as a work force. Dwarbbits couldn't speak so it was Gondor's loop hole around labor laws of that time. All of Middle Earth had a grudge on Gondor though because they were the reason for Mordor coming back to power in the first place. Kings of Gondor were known for giving in to peer pressure. Also, the Kings had a fettish with shiny objects and didn't like to lose jewelry which is how Middle Earth got so F'd up to begin with.
The Kingdom of Gondor made money off the sex slave trade.
Located just west of the land's of mordor Gondor the land founded by Isildur and Anarion was a dominion of men in middle-earth. It reached it's peak of power in the Year 1015 of the Third age and had an enormous kingdom spreading from the misty mountain's to Near Harad.Gondor was almsot destroyed at the Seige of minas tirith/Battlle of pelenor feild's in the war of the ring,The Rohhirim,Led by the king of Rohan Theoden charged the orc's seiging the city. Shortly after that Aragon (King elesaar),Legolas of Mirkwood,and Gimli son of gloin led the army of the dead to will the bettle.
1)The kingdom of Gondor
A word you feel compelled to shout whenever you and a large gathering of people are about to do something ridiculous and impulsive. Shouting "For Gondor" makes the stupid act seem meaningful and awesome. This phenomena often occurs when under the influence of alcahol or cannabis.
Aran- You sure you want to go down the slip-road in these trollies? Pot-head- Come on guys- FOR GONDOR!!! -- Rita- He just won't listen to me, I don't know what to do! Derek- What would Gondor do?! Huh?! Rita-... Gondor would find a way. Derek- Exactly.
A noun used to describe a person or persons particularly intrigued by anime, japanase animation. A harsh insult; to be named "gondor" is to be labelled strange and unfriendly. Originated from the childrens TV show, Recess, the strange comic book kids might say, "Gondor Primulon". Now transformed into modern day "goth/outcast" stereotype.
Songs about Gondor:
The Steward Of Gondor by Lord Of The Rings 3 Soundtrack-The Return Of The King (Featuring Billy Boyd) from the Album Lord Of The Rings 3-The Return Of The King (U.S. Version-Jewelcase)
The Steward of Gondor by The Mask from the Album The Lord of the Rings: The Trilogy
The Steward Of Gondor by Crimson Ensemble from the Album Themes from The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
For Gondor by Castle Di Bellum from the Album War Lords
Gondor by Scarazula from the Album Magische Versammlung
Gondor by Sonjagon from the Album I Am Terra The Earth
Gondor by Ad Dios from the Album A Journey Through Middle-Earth
Books about Gondor:
Middle-earth seen by the barbarians, Vol. 1: The indigenous peoples of Eriador and Gondor (Volume 1) by Codex Regius (Apr 5, 2014)
Gondor in Flames: a Sourcebook for Lord of the Rings Strategy Battle Game by Adam Troke and Matthew Ward (Aug 4, 2007)
Havens of Gondor (MERP/Middle Earth Role Playing #3300) (Stock No. 3300) (Apr 1987)
Isengard and Northern Gondor (Middle Earth Role Playing/MERP Book + Full Color Regional Map) by Christian Gehman, Terry K. Amthor and Peter C. Fenlon (Jun 1, 1987)
Games Workshop The Siege of Gondor Lord of the Rings Supplement by Matthew Ward
Sea Lords (Sealords) of Gondor: Pelargir and Lebennin (MERP/Middle Earth Role Playing #3400) (Apr 1987)
The Steward of Gondor by Bill Boyd and Howard Shore (Apr 25, 2013)
Wiki information Gondor:
Gondor is a fictional kingdom in J. R. R. Tolkien's writings, described as the greatest realm of Men in the west of Middle-earth by the end of the Third Age. The third volume of The Lord of the Rings, The Return of the King, is largely concerned with...
The Stewards of Gondor were rulers from J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium of Middle-earth. Steward was the traditional title of a chief counsellor to the Kings of Gondor. The office arose early in the Third Age during the reign of King Rómendacil I....