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Lord of The Rings: Fellowship of The Ring - Glamdring Should Be Glowing.
In the Mines of Moria, when they are being attacked by orcs, in Balin's tomb. Gandalf's sword Glamdring should be glowing just like Frodo's.
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Kevin on 06-11-2002
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Gobrianna writes:
Unless it stated somewhere in the movie that Gandalf's sword should glow like Sting (which it didn't), I don't think this is a slipup. Although Jackson tried to remain true to Tolkien in as many aspects as he could, there are of course some differences, and this is just one of them.
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manosax writes:
To my knowledge, Sting is the only weapon that is referrenced by Tolkien that glows blue when Orcs are present. There were three elvish blades that are found in the trolls cave in the hobbit and neither Orcrist or Glamdring are said to glow. Not a slip.
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