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“This weapon which is a wide bladed scimitar is the weapon of choice of the Uruk-hai orcs from the Lord of the Ring Trilogy.”
“Then there are the hardcore — the Uruk-hai of Tolkien readers — who have delved further, into The Silmarillion and beyond, who seriously grok the deep history and elaborate geography and endless mystical genealogies of Middle Earth.”
“I thought that the birth of the Uruk-hai in slimy placentas was much more puerile Hollywood than mature Middle-earth.”
“The "gaffes" sidebar about "the Lord of the Rings" contains an ironic error: the pictured orc, described as an Uruk-hai, is not an Uruk-hai.”
“Russell Krone Decatur, GeorgiaThe "gaffes" sidebar about "the Lord of the Rings" contains an ironic error: the pictured orc, described as an Uruk-hai, is not an Uruk-hai.”
“FYI, 524 Uruk-hai and Orcs were killed compared to only 2 trolls in LOTR.”
“Post a thousand Uruk-hai by the lava pit on Mount Doom, just in case.”
“Remember in The Two Towers when the Uruk-hai captain chops off the head of the orc who wants to eat Merry and Pippin and then announces, "Looks like meat's back on the menu, boys!" and all the orcs tear into the corpse of their former comrade?”
“The lesser kinds were called, especially by the Uruk-hai, snaga ‘slave’.”
“But in the meantime the Uruk-hai of Isengard can do the dirty work, as usual.”
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