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Something I never understood (The Hobbit, Ch XIV)

Undome
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Jun 18 2012, 12:41am


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How is a flying dragon "foiled" by the destruction of a bridge?


"It is gone forever, and now all is dark and empty."
- Frodo Baggins



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Something I never understood (The Hobbit, Ch XIV) Undome Send a private message to Undome Jun 18 2012, 12:41am
    Apparently Smaug wanted to attack Esgaroth on foot... Otaku-sempai Send a private message to Otaku-sempai Jun 18 2012, 5:27am
    Smaug's weakness Finwe Send a private message to Finwe Jun 18 2012, 1:13pm
        Doesn't work Undome Send a private message to Undome Jun 19 2012, 12:05am
    If he stood on the bridge... dormouse Send a private message to dormouse Jun 18 2012, 3:28pm
        Escape was by boat... Otaku-sempai Send a private message to Otaku-sempai Jun 18 2012, 7:36pm
            Yes, but dormouse Send a private message to dormouse Jun 18 2012, 7:49pm
                Still confused.... Undome Send a private message to Undome Jun 19 2012, 12:17am
                    To prevent a mass escape. Elizabeth Send a private message to Elizabeth Jun 19 2012, 12:26am
                        Well, the residents tore it down. Asger Send a private message to Asger Jun 30 2012, 10:55pm
                            Sorry to burst your bubble... Otaku-sempai Send a private message to Otaku-sempai Jul 1 2012, 12:54am
                                That kind of thing Asger Send a private message to Asger Jul 1 2012, 6:54am
                    No, of course I'm not saying Smaug did it because of tradition... dormouse Send a private message to dormouse Jun 19 2012, 7:44am
    Because Smaug needs to jump in order to lift off. Plurmo Send a private message to Plurmo Jun 19 2012, 12:50am
    I always thought that was weird, too. squire Send a private message to squire Jun 19 2012, 1:03am
        Yeah, it's completely weird Earl Send a private message to Earl Jun 19 2012, 5:46am
    something tells me... PhantomS Send a private message to PhantomS Jun 20 2012, 10:40am
    My assumption is... RosieLass Send a private message to RosieLass Jun 20 2012, 9:15pm
        Is it possible... GothmogTheBalrog Send a private message to GothmogTheBalrog Jun 20 2012, 11:33pm
            The funny thing is... Morthoron Send a private message to Morthoron Jun 21 2012, 1:55am
                Smoke on the water, indeed! Otaku-sempai Send a private message to Otaku-sempai Jun 21 2012, 2:29pm
                *hums riff* // acheron Send a private message to acheron Jun 21 2012, 4:22pm
                I suppose you think that was terribly clever Oin K Send a private message to Oin K Jul 1 2012, 9:59pm
                *mods up* dernwyn Send a private message to dernwyn Jul 2 2012, 12:07am
        I've always had misgivings, but that's been my plot reconciliation also.// CuriousG Send a private message to CuriousG Jun 21 2012, 2:31pm
    Laketown didn't offer much landing room. Curious Send a private message to Curious Jun 22 2012, 3:01pm

 
 
 

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