Because he's Sean Bean. Preceded by None, House and Title newly created. The exuberant joy that goes through you after finding a familiar soul is second to none, and that's why this meme definitely struck a chord.
Doom and the Nazgil came after us and Gandof. Sauron's body was cast down, but Gil-galad and Elendil died in the struggle.
Anyway, here goes nothing! The scene has been immortalized in meme form, and works perfectly for a situation where you might pass by a teacher in a non-academic setting. Aragorn also uses a long, curved dagger in battle, though a lot less frequently than his sword. In the film, Boromir murmurs aloud, "It is a strange fate that we should suffer so much fear and doubt over so small a thing.
But there are a lot of similarities. The only units capable of doing any sort of damage to the Dead are heroes, which even then get immediately wiped out.
Succeeded by Meneldil. If you've ever experienced the pain of accidentally stepping on a lego, you'll definitely be able to relate to this hilarious meme. Enamored by the Ring's apparent beauty, Isildur took it for himself.
With the caption reading , "When I discovered the Internet... Isildur regretted the foolish pride that had led him to keep the Ring. This is completely unrelated to anything to do with Middle-earth, or Gollum for that matter, but it's a combination of the randomness of it all which makes it all the funnier.
The man's broken almost every bone in his body: If you get close enough, then you can't even really breathe. He was a mighty warrior, and as such easily defeated many types of foes, ranging from large groups of orcs to far more powerful foes such as Trolls and Ringwraiths , evident throughout various battles like Helm's Deep and the Morannon.
The other one that's really good pulls from the direct quote: While in the heart of Mt. Lord of the House of Telcontar.
Isildur was later killed by Orcs and the Ring was lost in the Disaster of the Gladden Fields for nearly 2,500 years. The phrase, of course, is referring back to Sean Bean's performance as Boromir in the Fellowship of the Ring at the council of Elrond. Isildur appears in the video game Middle-earth: Aragorn's final weapon is the Black Stone.