These days many of our epic quests take place online, and our fingers go on many journeys. Now you can go there and back again in style with these The Lord of the Rings keyboard keycaps from Drop. So whether you’re Google maps-ing the way to Mordor or ordering more of your favorite lembas bread from Uber Eats, do it in a manner befitting a member of the fellowship. Drop lets you choose between Elvish keycaps and Dwarvish ones for your big adventures. You can also set your level of commitment with “training” or “hardcore” versions of the LOTR keyboard keycaps.
Elvish Keyboard Keycaps
For those who have always wanted to meet the Elves, these Elvish keyboard keycaps are the perfect addition to your typing life.
The official website shares:
On the officially licensed Drop + The Lord of the Rings MT3 Elvish Keycap Set, we’re bringing their elegance and mesmerizing script to your keyboard. Instantly recognizable from writings on legendary items such as the One Ring, the script of Tengwar was created by the ancient Elf Fëanor and eventually replaced the runelike Cirth to become the text of choice for Elvish languages such as Sindarin: the language featured on this set.
Designed by Matt3o in a subdued-green-and-off-white colorway, its ornate legends are faithful translations of corresponding Sindarin terms and Tengwar characters—and its durable, dye-sublimated PBT build ensures lasting brilliance with an exceptional feel. For those who need a guide, the Training Elvish and Elvish Ortholinear kits feature both Tengwar and traditional legends. For pure Tengwar, check out the Hardcore Elvish, Elvish Extras, Autumn in Rivendell, and Evenstar Kits.
These sets feel stunning and authentic. Although we couldn’t call ourselves Elvish scribes, it’s easy to tell a massive level of care and thought was put into these Elvish LOTR keyboard keycaps. We especially love the care that went into selecting words for non-letter keys such as Print Screen or Escape. Print Screen is teitho parf (“write a book”) and Escape is awartho (“abandon”).
Elves also love aesthetics. And this idea is highlighted with the Elvish Extras set. This kit contains “an extensive range of novelty keycaps with artwork inspired by the Lord of the Rings. Each of the images is rendered in the same style as Tolkien’s hand-drawn artwork… Novelties include the One Ring, the Horn of Gondor multimedia control keys, the White Tree, Narsil, Smaug, and many more.”
Dwarvish Keyboard Keycaps
Similarly to the Elvish keycaps, Drop has put in a great amount of work and care to ensure these LOTR keyboards look and feel authentically Dwarf.
Fearless warriors and fabled builders, the Dwarves are among the most ancient and esteemed races in all of Middle-earth. On the officially licensed Drop + The Lord of the Rings MT3 Dwarvish Keycap Set, we’re bringing their look and language to your keyboard. Created by the god Aulë—a craftsman in his own right—the Dwarves spoke Khuzdul, a secret language which they transcribed into the Elvish script Cirth. When the Elves went on to adopt other forms of writing, Cirth became known as the written word of the Dwarves—and the official text of this keycap set.
Designed by Matt3o in an earthy-gray-and-off-white colorway, its runelike legends are faithful translations of corresponding Khuzdul terms and Cirth characters—and its durable, dye-sublimated PBT build ensures lasting brilliance with an exceptional feel. For those who need a guide, the Training Dwarvish and Dwarvish Ortholinear kits feature both Cirth and traditional legends. For pure Cirth, check out the Hardcore Dwarvish, Dwarvish Extras, and Durin’s Forge kits.
Giving someone your axe has never been easier.
You can purchase the Elvish LOTR keyboard keycap sets today. Meanwhile, you can pre-order the Dwarvish sets. They will be available in January 2022. With a new The Lord of the Rings show set to premiere on Amazon, now is the perfect time to become one with Middle-earth.