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shadowdog
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Nov 14 2013, 2:25pm


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I was thinking the same thing when I read the book. There are many mythical tales where thunder is giants throwing stones.

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Can someone explain the concept of stone giants to me? macfalk Send a private message to macfalk Nov 14 2013, 11:09am
    Well, Bumpypotato Send a private message to Bumpypotato Nov 14 2013, 11:19am
    I really like the Stone Giants myself Glorfindela Send a private message to Glorfindela Nov 14 2013, 11:37am
        3. Things Bombadil Send a private message to Bombadil Nov 14 2013, 12:32pm
            That's a good explanation, Bomby Glorfindela Send a private message to Glorfindela Nov 14 2013, 1:21pm
                nonetheless Fleuz Send a private message to Fleuz Nov 14 2013, 1:39pm
    They were not fighting, painjoiker Send a private message to painjoiker Nov 14 2013, 12:15pm
        Ever Faleel Send a private message to Faleel Nov 14 2013, 3:44pm
    kids book book Gandalf Send a private message to book Gandalf Nov 14 2013, 1:58pm
        Agree shadowdog Send a private message to shadowdog Nov 14 2013, 2:25pm
        I think you've got something there Na Vedui Send a private message to Na Vedui Nov 14 2013, 4:20pm
            Oh, yes I remember that from The Silver Chair Glorfindela Send a private message to Glorfindela Nov 14 2013, 5:11pm
    from the WETA books Avandel Send a private message to Avandel Nov 14 2013, 2:13pm
    Wait! OrphanOfNumenor Send a private message to OrphanOfNumenor Nov 14 2013, 2:16pm
    The Stone Giants are a problem in LOTR Bernhardina Send a private message to Bernhardina Nov 14 2013, 4:22pm
        In the books Na Vedui Send a private message to Na Vedui Nov 14 2013, 5:50pm
            I'd agree! Avandel Send a private message to Avandel Nov 14 2013, 6:13pm
            An excellent point, Na Vedui! Riven Delve Send a private message to Riven Delve Nov 14 2013, 6:24pm
    Imo they're no threat to the world, unlike Smaug or a Balrog Ffnir Send a private message to Ffnir Nov 14 2013, 5:23pm
    Well the term "stone giants" doesnt necessarily have to mean Smeagol Bagginsess Send a private message to Smeagol Bagginsess Nov 14 2013, 6:27pm
        Well Faleel Send a private message to Faleel Nov 14 2013, 7:12pm
    I don't remember any mention of their actual size (?) Bumblingidiot Send a private message to Bumblingidiot Nov 14 2013, 10:16pm
    Various theories Fredeghar Wayfarer Send a private message to Fredeghar Wayfarer Nov 15 2013, 12:11am
    I liked them quite a lot in the book. sauget.diblosio Send a private message to sauget.diblosio Nov 15 2013, 1:32am
    The Misty Mountains were reared by Melkor. Plurmo Send a private message to Plurmo Nov 15 2013, 3:16am
        He made a mountain out of a troll-hill? Silverlode Send a private message to Silverlode Nov 15 2013, 9:25am
            So that's why Tom, Bert, and William Plurmo Send a private message to Plurmo Nov 15 2013, 7:28pm
        *claps* Werde Spinner Send a private message to Werde Spinner Nov 15 2013, 8:14pm

 
 
 

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