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Nov 6 2012, 2:03pm


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I just saw these official WB character descriptions which must have come out before the split to three movies. I was under the impression Beorn's origin was a mystery known only to himself? I like the reference to an ancient people, clearly Beorn while not a giant in the sense of the Stone Giants is a giant compared to Men, Elves, and Dwarves and a singular occurrence in Middle Earth. Gandalf suspects he or his people? were driven out of the Misty Mountains by the infestation of Goblins and Orcs.

I love the three movies but I hate that he will miss the first one now. The design, the detail, and the enormity of the scale of the set of his home was the coolest thing in blog 8. Love Michael Persbrant's acting and thought as much Martin Freeman this was a perfect casting choice. I hate seeing it is still a year away.

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The gigantic Beorn is the last of the ancient people of the skin changer: He can transform into a huge bear-like creature. He lives alone, only tolerates the company of his beloved animals and does not appreciate any visitors especially not dwarfs. Gandalf knows that the companions have to take the risk and ask Beorn for help, because otherwise they will hardly survive their journey through Wilderland.

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Beorn BeornBerserker Send a private message to BeornBerserker Nov 6 2012, 2:03pm
    No it's in Tolkien's writings somewhere Fardragon Send a private message to Fardragon Nov 6 2012, 2:12pm
        Size and Strength BeornBerserker Send a private message to BeornBerserker Nov 6 2012, 2:19pm
            He is just a normal human Fardragon Send a private message to Fardragon Nov 6 2012, 2:25pm
                If memory serves me, I thought he knew of Radagast DanielLB Send a private message to DanielLB Nov 6 2012, 2:27pm
                    No he doesn't. Fardragon Send a private message to Fardragon Nov 6 2012, 2:31pm
                Size BeornBerserker Send a private message to BeornBerserker Nov 6 2012, 2:35pm
    Doesn't Beorn have a son? Seaber Send a private message to Seaber Nov 6 2012, 2:35pm
        Yes Fardragon Send a private message to Fardragon Nov 6 2012, 2:38pm
        Grimbeorn didn't shapeshift into a Bear DanielLB Send a private message to DanielLB Nov 6 2012, 2:40pm
    I think it's Gandalf who comments... Elthir Send a private message to Elthir Nov 6 2012, 3:46pm
        Roger Federer? lol imin Send a private message to imin Nov 6 2012, 3:57pm
            Well Roger Federer did win five in a row (and more), but... Elthir Send a private message to Elthir Nov 6 2012, 4:00pm
                Sorry i was just pulling your leg :P imin Send a private message to imin Nov 6 2012, 4:04pm
                    Ahh, lol... Elthir Send a private message to Elthir Nov 6 2012, 4:09pm

 
 
 

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