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Jul 24 2012, 6:58am

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Dain or Thrain, and a Dwarven wall gathers no moss

Billy Connolly also said Dain had tattoos on his head. I've the feeling his mohawk would be of the more radical type. But I could be wrong about the whole thing.

What really intrigues me are the gouges on the walls in this shot, and even more, what looks like moss growing in them. How did these get there? If this was Erebor at the height of dwarven rule, why would they leave such blemishes in their walls long enough for moss to grow? They are stone masons. They would fix something like that if it was in a prominent spot.

(This post was edited by DarkJackal on Jul 24 2012, 6:59am)

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