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23rd Jul '17 3:27:45 PM SithPanda16
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[[caption-width-right:350:What has its got in its pocketses?]]

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23rd Jul '17 3:27:23 PM SithPanda16
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23rd Jul '17 3:17:10 PM SithPanda16
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[[caption-width-right:200:I am fire. I am '''death!'']]

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23rd Jul '17 3:16:54 PM SithPanda16
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13th Jun '17 9:36:56 PM nombretomado
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* The massive MoodWhiplash that accompanies Smaug's fury-the complete destruction of Laketown and the deaths of hundreds of people, Thorin going off the deep end, a rising Mexican Standoff and eventually, a battle that leaves tens of thousands of men, orcs, wolves, dwarves and elves dead against the gates of Erebor or in the burnt-out shell that was Dale. Tolkien fought in WorldWarOne, and although he despised allegories, the Battle of the Five Armies seems to represent the moment when the nations of Europe threw themselves into a horrific meat grinder of blood-soaked trenches, machine guns and burned villages.

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* The massive MoodWhiplash that accompanies Smaug's fury-the complete destruction of Laketown and the deaths of hundreds of people, Thorin going off the deep end, a rising Mexican Standoff and eventually, a battle that leaves tens of thousands of men, orcs, wolves, dwarves and elves dead against the gates of Erebor or in the burnt-out shell that was Dale. Tolkien fought in WorldWarOne, UsefulNotes/WorldWarI, and although he despised allegories, the Battle of the Five Armies seems to represent the moment when the nations of Europe threw themselves into a horrific meat grinder of blood-soaked trenches, machine guns and burned villages.
12th Nov '15 6:19:32 AM LordOfTheSword
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The effects of Smaug's initial rampage; the ares for hundreds of miles all around the Lonely Mountain reduced to a barren wasteland of ash, the city of Dale wrecked with everything that didn't burn scorched and smashed with even a few skeletons lying in the streets, and of course the kingdom of Erebor: all the halls broken open wider to accommodate the dragon, with the stench of sulfur and decay emanating from every nook an cranny, all light except for that of Smaug himself snuffed out, and of course, the monster himself generates such heat that steam comes from the main entrance to Erebor at all times, even for days after he leaves.

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* The effects of Smaug's initial rampage; rampage: the ares area for hundreds of miles all around the Lonely Mountain was reduced to a barren wasteland of ash, the city of Dale wrecked was wrecked, with everything that didn't burn being scorched and smashed smashed, with even a few skeletons lying in the streets, and of course the kingdom of Erebor: all the halls broken open wider to accommodate the dragon, with the stench of sulfur and decay emanating from every nook an and cranny, all light except for that of Smaug himself snuffed out, and of course, the monster himself generates such heat that steam comes from the main entrance to of Erebor at all times, even for days after he leaves.
15th Oct '15 9:03:04 AM NoSpoilerz
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The effects of Smaug's innitail rampage; the ares for hundreds of miles all around the Lonely Mountain reduced to a barren wasteland of ash, the city of Dale wrecked with everything that didnt burn scorched and smashed with even a few skeletons lying in the streets, and of course the kingdom of Erebor: all the halls broken open wider to acomodate the dragon, with the stench of sulfur and decay eminating from every nook an cranny, all light except for Smaug himself's snuffed out, and of course, Smaug himself generates such heat that steam comes from the main entrance to Erebor at all times, even for days after he leaves.

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The effects of Smaug's innitail initial rampage; the ares for hundreds of miles all around the Lonely Mountain reduced to a barren wasteland of ash, the city of Dale wrecked with everything that didnt didn't burn scorched and smashed with even a few skeletons lying in the streets, and of course the kingdom of Erebor: all the halls broken open wider to acomodate accommodate the dragon, with the stench of sulfur and decay eminating emanating from every nook an cranny, all light except for that of Smaug himself's himself snuffed out, and of course, Smaug the monster himself generates such heat that steam comes from the main entrance to Erebor at all times, even for days after he leaves.
17th Apr '15 7:29:32 AM TheWildWestPyro
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* The massive MoodWhiplash that accompanies Smaug's fury-the complete destruction of Laketown and the deaths of hundreds of people, Thorin going off the deep end, a rising Mexican Standoff and eventually, a battle that leaves thousands of men, orcs, wolves, dwarves and elves dead against the gates of Erebor. Tolkien fought in WorldWarOne, and although he despised allegories, the Battle of the Five Armies seems to represent the moment when the nations of Europe threw themselves into a horrific meat grinder of blood-soaked trenches, machine guns and burned villages.

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* The massive MoodWhiplash that accompanies Smaug's fury-the complete destruction of Laketown and the deaths of hundreds of people, Thorin going off the deep end, a rising Mexican Standoff and eventually, a battle that leaves tens of thousands of men, orcs, wolves, dwarves and elves dead against the gates of Erebor.Erebor or in the burnt-out shell that was Dale. Tolkien fought in WorldWarOne, and although he despised allegories, the Battle of the Five Armies seems to represent the moment when the nations of Europe threw themselves into a horrific meat grinder of blood-soaked trenches, machine guns and burned villages.
2nd Apr '15 7:33:51 AM belak
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The effects of Smaug's innitail rampage; the ares for hundreds of miles all around the Lonely Mountain reduced to a barren wasteland of ash, the city of Dale wrecked with everything that didnt burn scorched and smashed with even a few skeletons lying in the streets, and of course the kingdom of Erebor: all the halls broken open wider to acomodate the dragon, with the stench of sulfur and decay eminating from every nook an cranny, all light except for Smaug himself's snuffed out, and of course, Smaug himself generates such heat that steam comes from the main entrance to Erebor at all times, even for days after he leaves.
20th Mar '15 7:16:41 AM TheWildWestPyro
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* The massive MoodWhiplash that accompanies Smaug's fury-the complete destruction of Laketown and the deaths of hundreds of people, Thorin going off the deep end, a rising Mexican Standoff and eventually, a battle that leaves thousands of men, orcs, dwarves and elves dead against the gates of Erebor.

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* The massive MoodWhiplash that accompanies Smaug's fury-the complete destruction of Laketown and the deaths of hundreds of people, Thorin going off the deep end, a rising Mexican Standoff and eventually, a battle that leaves thousands of men, orcs, wolves, dwarves and elves dead against the gates of Erebor.
Erebor. Tolkien fought in WorldWarOne, and although he despised allegories, the Battle of the Five Armies seems to represent the moment when the nations of Europe threw themselves into a horrific meat grinder of blood-soaked trenches, machine guns and burned villages.
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