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Otaku-sempai
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Jan 28, 4:31am


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Rings and Things

We don't know for certain that the kings of the Broadbeams and/or the Firebeards were in Khazad-dum for most of the Second Age (and well into the Third), though it does seem likely. Some Dwarves remained in the Blue Mountains, presumably mostly in the southern range. Of course the show can go in either direction as Tolkien left the question open to interpretation.

This does bring up a possibility that I have not before considered. Sauron distributed the Nine Rings long before he was taken to Numenor; however, he could have gifted a Ring to a Numenorean lord in Middle-earth who then returned to Numenor with it (at least for a time). It doesn't seem particularly likely as the Nazgul were never reported to appear in Numenor, but something might be done with the idea.

#FidelityToTolkien
#ChallengeExpectations

(This post was edited by Otaku-sempai on Jan 28, 4:32am)


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