stickybottle22 wrote:plus he beats Gandalf in a fight! that's in the extended version but even that one is kind of anti climactic. and doesn't Merry kill him in the book?
Eldarion Telcontar wrote:As I understand from the extended edition special features, that character was supposed to be Beregond but the part ended up so minor that it did the character no justice at all and so they just made up a name for him. So in the end, hes neither.
Gondoristhebest wrote:P.S. have you guys even read the book?
Gondoristhebest wrote:no the balrog is more powerful than the which king and gandalf is more powerful than the balrog. ergo, Gandalf is more powerful than the witching.
in the book he actually gets him to go away from the gates of minas tirith. (gandalf gets the which king that is)
P.S. have you guys even read the book?
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