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|#30 - Well for starters Gandalf is a Maia ( and he held the ring of … [+] (2 new replies)||12/30/2012 on A wizard||+5|
#39 - beerterror (12/30/2012) [-]
The movies show shit about Gandalf's real power. So does the book really, we just assume most of his feats from what we know from Silmarillion.
As Gandalf the White, he stated that none of the Fellowship (which consisted of Aragorn, Legolas and Gimli) had a weapon that could harm him. That includes Anduril - second most powerful sword in Middle-Earth in that time. So how could a normal Orc present a threat to such being?
The Witch-King breaking his staff? Give me a break, I'd kick Jackson's hairy ass for this. The Nazgul were corrupted men, wizards with rings, sure. But Gandalf was on about the same level of power as Sauron without the One Ring. Where's the sense here?
You know, it's all very confusing in the movies, all these details - it's better to stick to the books.
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