How we think the fight will go
Aragorn dismounts from his mighty horse Roheryn in order to give the crowd of tiny men a fair fight. There are many of them, but Aragorn is the descendant of generations of kings and heroes and no mob of redheaded riffraff is going to keep him from assuming the throne of Gondolin. He unsheathes Andúril and strides forward. Immediately the wee men are upon him: stabbing into the chinks of his armor, crawling up his greaves, blacking his eyes, screaming into his ears, piling onto his back to try to pull him down to the ground. Aragorn cries out the ancient Númenórean words for “Get off me you buggers!” and his sword flares like the sun, blinding the Mac Feegle closest to him. Some fall away, diving back into their underground home to recover. But more come boiling up out of the ground, ready to join the fray. Scores of them climb up his sword arm, biting through his gauntlet until he drops Andúril. And when the sword falls, so does the heir to ancient Gondor….
Predicted Winner: The Wee Free Men
Aragorn is a character from JRR Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings series; The Wee Free Men is a character from Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series
Aragorn image courtesy of New Line Cinema. Wee Free Men image courtesy of Corgi Children’s Books