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Hobbit in 5 - Hall of Fire Chats

Hobbit in 5 - Hall of Fire Chats, LOTR In Concert, Ori Character Study

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRWu-6fq1rs


On this episode of Hobbit in 5, we talk about the next Hall of Fire
chat, LOTRO expansion pack, The Lord of the Rings: War in the North at
E3, Badali Jewelry sale, and invite you to test your trivia knowledge
on The Lord of the Rings Facebook page! We are also happy to announce
The Lord of the Rings In Concert: The Fellowship of the Ring. We take
a look at Ori in our character study this week.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRWu-6fq1rs

Thanks to our executive producers: Pete Ritzer, Bonita Marques, Trevor
Ashman, Eric Webster, and Mark Bednarowski.

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