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What an intriguing notion

dernwyn
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Sep 14 2012, 2:30am


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about the dwarves' high body density! It makes sense, for beings who were created to be "stone-hard". And it also explains why Bombur sank right into the enchanted river, rather than being a bit buoyant.


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