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After calculating the size of Smaug to determine the size of his hoard in comparison, the author then used the value of gold to equate Smaug's wealth in dollars. The final number he came to was $8.6 billion, placing him seventh on Forbes' list of wealthiest fictional characters. However, many fans disagreed with this number, complaining that it was well under the true value and that Smaug was quite possibly the wealthiest character in all of fiction.

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When Gandalf first makes his appearance in The Lord of the Rings, the Hobbits of the Shire clearly have a history with the wandering wizard. The children dance and cheer around his fireworks while others scowl as Frodo says, "You have officially been declared a disturber of the peace." While this was certainly true, most Hobbits did respect Gandalf, as he helped save the Shire many hundreds of years prior.

After the bait-and-switch with The Stranger, fans didn't need to wait long for the identity of the true creator of the One Ring to be revealed. Upon returning to Eregion and receiving the medical attention everyone is led to believe he needs, Halbrand quickly starts to cozy up to Lord Celebrimbor. While Halbrand is subtly exploiting the Elvish inventor, Galadriel learns that he has been pulling the wool over her eyes and is in fact not from the Southlands at all.

Now that Sauron has assumed power by entering his dark and volcanic dominion, what are the next steps for his conquest? After putting the creation and the corruption of the three Elven rings into motion, he will most likely attempt to create the One Ring to rule over them in the bowels of Mount Doom. He has certainly bought himself time to do so by shaming Galadriel into hiding his true identity from the Elves.

The film adaptations allow us to see the character only through the eyes of those around him. On the surface, he seems to be little more than a very old human man who wields incredible magical powers. In The Fellowship of the Ring, he reprimands a terrified Bilbo: "Do not take me for some conjurer of cheap tricks!" While he was just trying to intimidate the deceitful hobbit, he was also hinting at his true power -- which, for those not well-versed in their Tolkien lore, is shockingly immense. In fact, almost everything he presents to the outside world -- including his appearance and his own name -- are basically smoke and mirrors. In his "true" form, he's capable of some very weird and powerful things.

Gandalf can create fireworks, spark heat from nowhere, shoot giant beams of light at flying demons and battle Balrogs to the ends of the Earth. It's easy to forget some of his less flashy skills amongst all that, like communicating with animals. Gandalf's relationship with nature doesn't run as deep as his fellow Istari, Radagast, but he's still able to read the elements, manipulate them and chit-chat with creatures who are lower on the food chain. He's able to call Shadowfax, the "lord of all horses," to his side with just a thought, and Gandalf is the only person with explicit consent to ride him.

Gandalf appears to "die" twice over the course of LOTR. The first time is for real after he slays the Balrog following their intense, drawn-out brawl. By that point, the old Wizard probably just saw it as taking a nap for all of eternity after the longest working week of his life. Gandalf's physical body dies but his true, incorporeal form lives on. Being a Maiar, his mortal body was just a skin suit to allow him to pass undetected in Middle-Earth, and his mind/spirit was able to live on: "Then, darkness took me, and I stayed out of thought and time, and I wondered far on roads that I will not tell."

When watching back this footage, Jackson felt that the moment took away from the true battle, which was Frodo and Sam throwing the Ring into the depths of Mount Doom. Jackson stated, "It was not what Tolkien imagined. And we realized it was actually totally demeaning to what Aragorn was doing." Aragorn's heroics at the moment wasn't from a confrontation with Sauron but instead from him putting his life on the line to spare whatever time Frodo and Sam needed.

A film adaptation of The Stand was in development hell for over 10 years. During the 1980s, Stephen King had planned a theatrical film, with George A. Romero directing and himself writing, not trusting anybody else with the project. In the 1995 Complete and Uncut edition of the book, King admitted he had in mind a few fan castings for his characters, those being Robert Duvall as Randall Flagg, and Marshall Crenshaw as Larry Underwood. However, writing a workable screenplay proved difficult, due to the novel's length. King talked about adapting it for television, but was informed that the television networks did not "want to see the end of the world, particularly in prime time." Eventually King allowed screenwriter Rospo Pallenberg, who was a fan of The Stand, to write his own adaptation of the novel. Pallenberg's script would clock the film in at close to three hours, while still staying true to the novel. Everyone liked the script; however, just as it was about to finally come together, Warner Bros. backed out of the project.[17][unreliable source?]

By September 10, 2014, the script had been completed and pre-production was underway.[26] In November, Boone planned to split his adaptation into four full-length feature films in an effort to remain true to the breadth of King's sprawling novel.[27][28] In June 2015, Warner Bros. proposed an eight-part Showtime miniseries to set up the story, which would culminate in Josh Boone's film.[29] However, in February 2016, The Stand project was put on hold and the rights reverted to CBS Films.[30]

Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes features two endings to each route, and this guide will explain how to get each route's true ending. The process requires players to make a slightly counterintuitive decision in the heat of battle during chapter 10, so it's easy to miss on a first playthrough.

In a rare case for a Warriors game, choosing not to complete this objective is necessary to unlock the true ending. Instead, continue following the main objectives of the mission and be ready for a mad dash. 041b061a72


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