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What and how does Smaug know?
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Feb 8 2014, 10:50pm

Post #26 of 26 (34 views)
You mean... NO WAY! [In reply to] Can't Post

You mean PJ went into the trouble to show us Azanulbizar and the origin of the name Oakenshild.
Then he developed the most important character in the Hobbit, or at least the one everyone was waiting and during the process of writing his lines he explicitly used the name Oakenshild... by mistake?!?

I just cannot believe that.

I think it will be explained, but not in the way you said.
It will be subtle, in a clever way, or just hinted at, or maybe indirect, like showing a nazgul entering Erebor and maybe another one lurking near Moria during Azanulbizar.

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