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what happened to Gamling?

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Bree

Jun 20, 2:17am

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what happened to Gamling? Can't Post

In Rotk the last shot we see of Gamling is him riding beneath a Mumakil with his bow and he is not seen again.
Has their been any talk in interviews or anything in which Gamling's fate is revealed? Because I cannot remember any.


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Rohan

Aug 31, 9:38am

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In the book [In reply to] Can't Post

He rides back to Edoras for Théoden's funeral, rather than march on the Black Gate.

I never killed a man who didn't need killing
- Clay Allison


Darkstone
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Aug 31, 11:46am

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According to Hopkins [In reply to] Can't Post

(From http://www.theonering.net/...hopkins-interview-3/)

10. What happened with Gamling after the battle on Pellenor fields?

As I say, Gamling was not written in the original script so there was no ending for his character. I would have loved to see him beside Eomer at the coronation, or having a great death ( like Haldir ) at Pelenor, but there was no room for writing in scenes that were not needed by that stage. So in my world Gamling retired to a ranch in Rohan, where he was bathed daily by scantily clad beauties, while being feed grapes and other such delights as he drank fine mead and had his aching body massaged under the heavens.


Sounds good!

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"Way!"
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(This post was edited by Darkstone on Aug 31, 11:50am)

 
 

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