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Plot points...

Kaede
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May 10 2013, 9:05pm


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IMHO, the only real function the Dol Goldur subplot has to the story of The Hobbit (Bilbo and the Dwarves) is to keep Gandalf (and his peers) from arriving at Erebor until it's essentially too late to salvage Thorin's kingship.

It really has bigger impact on the overall LOTR storyline and I think provides us with context for Bilbo's story (Bilbo and the Ring) within the greater legend/timeline of Middle Earth. It's the gathering storm that will takes us to Frodo in the FotR.

At least that's how I see it. I'm sure there are lots of views on this.

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one last roll of the dice? Dwarvenfury Send a private message to Dwarvenfury May 10 2013, 9:10am
    No giving up DwellerInDale Send a private message to DwellerInDale May 10 2013, 10:13am
        yup Dwarvenfury Send a private message to Dwarvenfury May 10 2013, 7:14pm
    Plot points... Kaede Send a private message to Kaede May 10 2013, 9:05pm

 
 
 

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