Nuzguls: What You Need To Know: 5. Extra Stuff!

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5. Extra Stuff!

Third Party Observations, as generously contributed by Avon.


-Knee-high gaitors made of mithril are sometimes effective

-Garlic can also help - particularly if you have a good throwing arms
and can klonk the Nuzgûl purveyors from a safe distance

-Nuzgûl only look cute and fluffy - take them home and they'll be swinging from your chandeliers in no time (worry when they dial out for pizza and beer)

-Nuzgûl can sneak up on you more silently than an Elf, are more determined than a Hobbit with second breakfast on its mind, have more endurance than a Dwarf, can be as sneakily manipulative as Faramir/Aragorn(please delete whichever one offends you the most) and can be as... erm... annoying as a whole bunch of Orcs ;-)

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Story Information

Author: Klose

Status: General

Completion: Work in Progress

Era: Other

Genre: Research Article

Rating: General

Last Updated: 11/02/03

Original Post: 03/31/03

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