Hello. If you don't know me, my name's Snowpaw Dawn Rhena Keeneblade. At least, that's my character's name. If there's a difference between my character and me. You can call me Snow. This is my page. Welcome, and please sign the guestbook at the end!
- 1 Me
- 2 Snowpaw
- 3 Movies
- 4 Theme Songs
- 5 Obsessions
- 6 Fanfiction Characters
- 7 Guestbook
- 8 We Love Snow!!
About all you need to know about me is that I am female and Christian. If you have any questions about my faith, feel free to ask! I will be happy to answer them. Also, feel free to come to me with prayer requests and suchlike, I would love to pray for you.
If you want to know about Snowpaw, go here: redwallfanfiction.wikia.com/User:Snowpaw the Wild.
Pirates of the Caribbean: the Curse of the Black Pearl
Elizabeth and Jack have been marooned on an island the day before. Jack produced rum and they drank for a while. The next morning, a rather drunk Jack discovers Elizabeth burning a large patch of forest, flinging barrels and crates into it and ducking from the resulting explosions.
Jack: Hoi! What are you doing? All the food, the shade, the rum! The rum's gone! Why is the rum gone?
Elizabeth: Yes, the rum is gone.
Jack: But why's the rum gone?
Elizabeth: One, because rum is a vile drink that turns even the most respectable gentlemen into complete scoundrels, and two, that signal is over a thousand feet high and the entire royal navy is out looking for me. Do you think there is even the slightest chance they won't see it?
Jack: But why's the rum gone?
This was actually a deleted scene. Lol.
Jack has just awoken in the cave of Isla de Muerta, and walks out, straight into the pirates. They're about to kill him, and he's trying to remember the word for parleys, trying such variations as "Parsley," and "Partner."
Jack: Yes! Parley!
Pintel: Darn to the depths whoever thought of "parley!"
Jack: That would be the French. Inventors of mayonnaise.
Pintel: I like mayonnaise.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
Will and the crew of the Black Pearl have just escaped from savages on an island. They've reached the Black Pearl and are about to board her and sail away.
Will: Where's Jack? I won't leave without him!
Jack: Comes running into view screaming.
Cannibal horde: Comes into view behind Jack.
Will: Smile vanishes. Time to go.
Pirates of the Caribbean: at World's End
The crew of the Black Pearl have just arrived at Davy Jones' Locker to rescue Jack. The Black Pearl has come sailing down a sand dune and into the water. Jack leaves it and approaches his crew.
Jack: Walks up to Gibbs. Mr. Gibbs! There has been a disgraceful lack of discipline on my ship, and I want to know why.
Gibbs: Cap'n... You're in Davy Jones' Locker, Cap'n.
Jack: Pauses. I know that. I know where I am. And don't think I don't. Walks on to Tia Dalma. Tia Dalma! You add an agreeable sense of macabre to any situation.
Barbossa: Hello, Jack
Jack: Hactor! It’s been too long, hasn’t it.
Barbossa: Aye. Isla de Muerta. You shot me, remember?
Jack: No I didn’t.
Will: He thinks we're a hallucination.
Jack: Tell me something, William. Are you here because you need my help in the rescuing of a certain distressing damsel? Or damsel in distress, either one.
Jack: Then you wouldn't be here, would you? QED, you aren't here.
Elizabeth: This is real, Jack.
Jack: Gives Elizabeth strange, slightly creeped out look, then runs back to Gibbs. The Locker, you say?
Gibbs: Aye, Cap'n.
Elizabeth: We've come to rescue you!
Jack: Is that so? How nice. However, as I possess a ship and you don't, it would seem that you are the ones in need of rescuing, and I'm not sure as I'm in the mood. Walks away.
Barbossa: Jack, you have to come back. The Song has already been sung, and the Court has been called.
Jack: I leave you people alone for five minutes, look what happens. Everything goes to pot!
Gibbs: Aye, the world needs you back something fierce, Cap'n.
Jack: Why should I sail with any of you? Four of you have tried to kill me in the past. One of you succeeded.
Jack: Oh, she's not told you? Good, then. You'll have loads to talk about while you're here.
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
All of it. They should remake it. What a waste of time and effort. It took almost two years to produce that, too!
The Lord of the Rings: the Return of the King
I found this movie perfectly delightful in the final making. However, I have a special extended edition, and one day I decided to look at the abandoned concepts. I had always wondered about that scene in the Battle of the Morannon when the troll came up behind Aragorn. Sure, it was a big troll, but the movies actually show him facing worse, so why does he have this "I was afraid of that" expression on his face? And when it's knocked his sword away and puts its foot on his chest, he pulls out his knife and stabs the foot. It barely goes in at all. That blade is Elvish make, the same as Sting. It should be able to hurt worse than that. Then we see Legolas seeing what happened, and he's fighting his way over to the pair. WHY DOESN'T HE JUST SHOOT THE TROLL????!!!!??!!?!?! HE SHOULD KNOW WHERE TO HIT IT!!!! Then, we see Gandalf. Let's go back to the second movie for a moment and compare the Balrog to this troll. Differences? 1: The troll can't breathe fire. 2: The Balrog is about three times bigger. 3: The troll doesn't control evil fire. That'll do to go on with. Well, then. WHY DOES GANDALF LOOK WORRIED OR EVEN SCARED OF THIS TROLL????????!!!!!!!!????!!!!??!!?!?! HE FACED THE MUCH LARGER AND MORE DANGEROUS BALROG! The answer to these questions lie in one simple, but terrifyingly disgraceful sentence. Omits large amounts of swear words describing the unspeakable nature of this horrendous reality.
The troll was originally Sauron.
They filmed it for that, but then just replaced the CG later on. Talk about @#$%^&* responsibility while filming. Aragorn has faced Ringwraiths, hordes, dead guys (and that's just in the story. We know he faced more in his lifetime), anything you can think of, and now he's scared of a TROLL? And as for the reactions of Gandalf and Legolas, unspeakable. But for me, the worst is that they actually considered such an abomination. (In case you haven't noticed, The Lord of the Rings is all but sacred to me.) They actually had the entire sequence drawn out, with a bit of computer animation thrown in. I'm shocked that they actually got that far. I'm going to stop talking about it before I violate the no swearing rule.
Just to be clear... I think it would be really awesome if Aragorn and Sauron had a duel. However, that is not the way it happened in the book so it shouldn't go in the movie. I found a loophole and am currently writing a fanfiction with this in it, which may or may not appear on the LotR wiki, but I did not diabolically twist the actual storyline! Utter disrespect for the greatest human work of literature of all time!
A note that was written after Snow had cooled her temper a bit: There is the possibility, and in fact, it is probable, that Legolas was out of arrows. Obviously the concept of carrying multiple quivers into a battle was foreign to him.
Seems to be the new thing. Feel free to add your own if you think they apply to Snowpaw or me.
This is Home (Switchfoot)
You Can't Take the Sky from Me (IDK. It's the Firefly theme song)
The Call (Regina Spector)
I'll Make a Man out of You (no complaints. I'm not making you listen to it.) (IDK)
Once I get into something, I really get into it. I currently have four obsessions.
The Lord of the Rings (duh) (seriously. I creeped out my brother's friends when I launched into a tirade about "if you read such and such an obscure collection of notes published by Tolkien's son, taking into account the meaning of this random phrase that no one probably even realized meant something, then you can deduce (if you read the eighteenth footnote referencing Appendix B and the note on the text to the second edition with extras by Donald Rice...)." I was only answering their question. My current pastime is complaining about the inaccuracy of the LotR study guide I'm doing for school.)
The Chronicles of Narnia
The Prydian Chronicles
I write a lot of fanfiction. Here are my characters. Only the ones that are based on me.
Snowpaw Dawn Rhena Keeneblade
Go to my RFFW userpage to learn more.
The Lord of the Rings
Was stolen from her home in Mirkwood as an infant. She was raised in Harad, always feeling the desire to do a great deed. The chance comes when she finds herself bringing a warning of a treacherous attack on Harad’s part to the Men of Gondor. But she doesn’t know that she’s leading an even greater danger straight into their land.
The Chronicles of Narnia
Backstory not yet determined. Sometime after The Horse and His Boy, but before the Golden Age of Narnia is over.
Wow. Looking back at this, I’m like, the Queen of returned villains. Sauron and Shelob both play a vital role in the LotR fanfic – if you want to debate this, go right ahead! – and Rabadash is one of two main villains in my Chronicles fanfic.
Please sign! The Sting Anger me not! 03:58, September 10, 2010 (UTC)
-Selra, Fox Warrioress Decisions, decisions:to kill you or not? Good or bad? 19:55, September 12, 2010 (UTC)
I don't know if this sort of stuff is allowed on the Redwall Wiki, so I'm putting it here. User:Snowpaw the Wild/Fanfiction Page
And eventually I will get around to reducing the space. But not now.
We Love Snow!!
I dont know you thaaaat well, but I know that you're AWESOME!!!! I like that you like music like me (long live the music fanatics!), and you're a Christian, and.....you're just super nice!!!! I loves you!!
I remember our first duel on the Redwall Food Fight (say, we haven't finished that yet!), and I mistook you for a badger! Anyway, we have always been enemies in RPGs and friends elsewhere. AND I started calling you SNOWY!
Thorn Simply put---THE SAGA! 18:01, October 17, 2010 (UTC)
Well, let's see. As you said on my "We Love Soandso" thing, I know you mainly from our little... affair, or whatever it you call it... on COTHS. You like RVB, your Christian, you like Pirates of te Carribean, and LOTR, YOUR AWESOME!!!--Silverfalcon Pikehawk 05:31, November 14, 2010 (UTC)
I haven’t talked to you in FOREVER. Come back!
Well, I loved our silly little chats on the Shoutbox and thank you for putting up with my insanity. ;)
You seem to be good at sympathizing with people and consoling them; an excellent quality I wish I had. Don’t ever loose that touch!
You have a good sense of humor too (Really? The reason you’re so seldom on is because you’re a secret agent? COOL! Jk)
I haven't signed this yet? Well shame on me. :\
Anyway, let me get to the point. I think that you are quite firm in your belief and value your friends greatly. I find you witty. I remember once when I said "BRB" and when I returned, I said "Bach" and you responded with "He was a great composer."
You: You said Bach. He was a great composer.
Me: ....... Oh!
You are an LOTR fan, which is evident by the conversations I've seen you have with other users. I'm very flattered to see that you look up to me. Long live Snowy! Lord Bluestripe Eulaliiiiiiaaa! 00:31, March 17, 2011 (UTC)