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By keeping this game they are not only focused on the battle but also on eachother and so when one yells a number he is not only telling the other his kill count but also letting him know where they are and that they are ok. And so the other one screams their kill count number back to signalise the exact same thing. Not to mention The Scotsman insisting Jack cheats and Jack arguing that he does not. So, in order to further the headcanon of secretly Slytherin petty-ass smirk Jack I give you this list of similar events:. Even though he trained in it with the masters of masters The Scotsman just fucking lays on him and is too heavy to move and just sits there laughing while Jack struggles. Originally posted by avengers-of-mirkwood.
At the battle of the Hornburg Gimli and Legolas engaged in an Orc slaying contest and Even after the events of the war of the Ring he went to the Glittering Caves with Gimli This is why the count was so close (). . I know I'm late and this adds nothing, but this made me rewatch LOTR:TTT for the th time at least.
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A local captain called Gamling the Old led the soldiers. The army of Saruman, ultimately consisting of of Uruk-hai , Wild Men of Dunland , Orcs , and Half-orcs , was reinforced on the way to the Hornburg, due to casualties in the Battles of the Fords of Isen. The army would arrive at the fortress at midnight on March 3. The Orcs quickly overran the first defence of Helm's Dike , but sustained many losses in it "filling up the dike to the top". After moving past the dike the orcs approached the fortress of the Hornburg they sent arrows into the fortress. However, they did not get any response. But when they got closer they were met with a volley of arrows and rocks which made them break ranks.
The Battle of the Hornburg is a fictional battle in J. Tolkien 's epic The Lord of the Rings. The engagement is also informally known as Battle of Helm's Deep or simply Helm's Deep after that location. An account of the battle is recorded in the climactic chapter "Helm's Deep" of the volume The Two Towers. The Battle of the Hornburg commenced after nightfall on 3rd 'March' T. In the book The Lord of the Rings , The Two Towers , the size of the initial garrison at Helm's Deep for Rohan was nearly 1,, but many more were coming into the fort from across Rohan.
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Battle of the Hornburg