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No misstake

The Shire

Aug 17 2009, 9:06pm

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No misstake [In reply to] Can't Post

I've read somewhere that it's no mistake, but a deliberate change in the story. There is no siege in the movie, so they had to change the year to 3434, because it was then they came, fought and triumphed over Sauron.

Of course they could have changed it the opposite way so that they came in the year 3441, but thats just a question of choices.
That is - as I remember it - the explanation of the changing of the year.

Look out for me, especially at unlikely times.

Subject User Time
Controversial Movie Timeline??? .Ithilwen. Send a private message to .Ithilwen. Aug 15 2009, 5:40pm
    Isildur claims the Ring in 3441 ... One Ringer Send a private message to One Ringer Aug 16 2009, 3:27am
        He did say and! .Ithilwen. Send a private message to .Ithilwen. Aug 16 2009, 1:16pm
            Even better ,,, One Ringer Send a private message to One Ringer Aug 16 2009, 4:15pm
    What One Ringer said LordotRings93 Send a private message to LordotRings93 Aug 16 2009, 3:36am
        Thanks for the confirmation LoR93 ... One Ringer Send a private message to One Ringer Aug 16 2009, 6:17am
    No misstake Randalin Send a private message to Randalin Aug 17 2009, 9:06pm


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