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-->'''Gothmong''': The Age of Men is over. The Time of the Orc has come.\\

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-->'''Gothmong''': -->'''Gothmog''': The Age of Men is over. The Time of the Orc has come.\\


-->'''Gothmong''': The age of Men is over. The time of the Orc has come.\\
'''Sauron''': The time of the Elves is over. The age of the Orc has come.

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-->'''Gothmong''': The age Age of Men is over. The time Time of the Orc has come.\\
'''Sauron''': The time Time of the Elves is over. The age Age of the Orc has come.


* When confronting the White Council at Dol Guldur, Sauron, talking in Black Speech, utters a variation on one of Gothmog's lines from Return Of The King:

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* When confronting the White Council at Dol Guldur, Sauron, talking in Black Speech, utters a variation on one of Gothmog's lines from Return Of The King: ''Return of the King'':


* Galadriel attacks Sauron with the same phial she later gives to Frodo.

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* Galadriel attacks Sauron with the same phial v\phial she later gives to Frodo.


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* When confronting the White Council at Dol Guldur, Sauron, talking in Black Speech, utters a variation on one of Gothmog's lines from Return Of The King:
-->'''Gothmong''': The age of Men is over. The time of the Orc has come.\\
'''Sauron''': The time of the Elves is over. The age of the Orc has come.


* Galadriel attacks Sauron with the same phial she later gives to Frodo. This is the Light of Elendil - Elendil being Isildur's father. It was Elendil's sword, Narsil, which Isildur used to cut the One Ring from Sauron's hand.

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* Galadriel attacks Sauron with the same phial she later gives to Frodo. This is the Light of Elendil - Elendil being Isildur's father. It was Elendil's sword, Narsil, which Isildur used to cut the One Ring from Sauron's hand.


* Galadriel attacks Sauron with the same phial she later gives to Frodo.

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* Galadriel attacks Sauron with the same phial she later gives to Frodo. This is the Light of Elendil - Elendil being Isildur's father. It was Elendil's sword, Narsil, which Isildur used to cut the One Ring from Sauron's hand.


* The flashback of Thorin defeating Azog bears many similarities to Sauron's defeat by Isildur: the villain is on a FoeTossingCharge with a mace, kills the king and brings his heir down to his knees. The heir strikes a desperate blow with his sword which severely wounds the villain and turns the tide.

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* The flashback of Thorin defeating Azog bears many similarities to Sauron's defeat by Isildur: the villain is on a FoeTossingCharge with a mace, kills the king and brings his heir down to his knees. The heir strikes a desperate blow with his sword which severely wounds the villain in the hand and turns the tide.

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* The flashback of Thorin defeating Azog bears many similarities to Sauron's defeat by Isildur: the villain is on a FoeTossingCharge with a mace, kills the king and brings his heir down to his knees. The heir strikes a desperate blow with his sword which severely wounds the villain and turns the tide.


* Likewise, Thorin gives Bilbo the mithril armor he will also give to Frodo.

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* Likewise, Thorin gives Bilbo the mithril armor he that Bilbo later will also give to Frodo.

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* Likewise, Thorin gives Bilbo the mithril armor he will also give to Frodo.


* When Radagast goes to investigate Dol Guldur, [[spoiler:he is attacked by the Witch King of Angmar's ghostly human form]].

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* Gandalf tells Bilbo that the wizards consist of himself, Saruman, Radagast, and the two blue wizards whose names he has forgotten, explaining Saruman's cryptic reference to "the rods of the five wizards" in ''Return of the King''.
* Radagast's staff is the same one that Gandalf uses in ''Fellowship''. Sure enough, he gives it to him after Gandalf's first staff is destroyed by Sauron in Dol Guldur.
* When Radagast goes to investigate Dol Guldur, [[spoiler:he he is attacked by the Witch King of Angmar's ghostly human form]].Angmar.


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* Galadriel attacks Sauron with the same phial she later gives to Frodo.


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* We see the NoodleIncident involving Lobelia Sackville-Baggins's theft of Bilbo's silverware, which occurs at his estate sale.


* Elrond tells Bilbo that he is welcome to stay in Rivendell. As we see in ''Fellowship'', he eventually takes him up on his offer.
* While wandering around Rivendell, Bilbo comes across the shards of Narsil and the painting depicting Isildur's duel with Sauron.



* In ''Film/TheDesolationOfSmaug'', while examining the possessions of the captured dwarfs, Legolas makes disparaging comments about the appearance of Gloin's young son, Gimli, who of course will end up being a good friend. Also, Legolas himself.

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* In ''Film/TheDesolationOfSmaug'', while While examining the possessions of the captured dwarfs, Legolas makes disparaging comments about the appearance of Gloin's young son, Gimli, who of course will end up being a good his best friend. Also, Legolas himself.himself.
* Bard's introduction, wherein he is obscured by shadow and blocks several attacks, is incredibly similar to that of Gandalf the White.
* After being introduced as a holier-than-thou ObstructiveBureaucrat, Saruman proves that Gandalf's high regard for him, despite their differences of opinion, is well founded when he shows up with the rest of the White Council and immediately proceeds to mop the floor with the Ringwraiths and vow to destroy Sauron. Obviously he fails in this quest, but now we see just how big of a blow to the side of good that his fall was.


* Balin carries the big book that the Fellowship finds in Moria, recording the last moments of the colony.

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* Balin Ori carries the big book that the Fellowship finds in Moria, recording the last moments of the colony.colony. His body is the one that Gandalf takes the book from.

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* Gloin's axe will later be wielded by his son, Gimli.


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* Thranduil mentions Ecthelion, the Steward of Gondor, who is the father of Denethor and the grandfather of Boromir and Faramir.

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