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Where Does Your Journey End?v
Thranduil: "Where does your journey end? You seek that which would bestow upon you the right to rule. A quest to reclaim a homeland, and slay a dragon!"
Thranduil gives a quick overview of the events to follow in the story. Their journey is far from complete as they still need to slay a dragon in order to reclaim their homeland.
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We've Been Blind
Gandalf: "We've been blind, and in our blindness, our enemy has returned."
Gandalf reflects on the current state of events. They've become lazy in their level of observation and have gone blind. As a result, they are now once again in danger.
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It Does Not End Here
Tauriel: "It does not end here. With every victory this evil will grow."
As Tauriel explains, their fight isn't as simple as everyone would like to believe. This war with evil will continue regardless of how many battles they can win.
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Don't Be Shy
Smaug: "Well, thief! Where are you? Come now, don't be shy. Step into the light."
Smaug tries to lure Bilbo into the light by urging him not to be shy. When one faces a powerful dragon, it might not be shyness that would keep someone hidden, rather pure fear.
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No Right to Enter That Mountainv
Bard the Bowman: "You have no right to enter that mountain!"
Thorin Oakenshield: "I have the only right!"
Bard the Bowman urges against Thorin and company entering the Lonely Mountain with the hopes of reclaiming it from Smaug by stating that Thorin has no right. Thorin on the other hand greatly disagrees, arguing that reclaiming their land is well within their rights.
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The Mountain King's Returnv
Bard the Bowman: "The lord of silver fountains, the king of carven stone, King beneath the mountain, shall come into his own! And the bells shall ring in gladness at the mountain king's return but all shall fail in sadness and the lake will shine and burn."
Bard the Bowman reads lines similar to that in the book on which the film trilogy was based discussing the story of a king beneath the mountain that appears to be defeated but in turn brings catastrophic consequences to the lands.
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I Found Something
Bilbo Baggins: "I found something in the goblin tunnels."
Gandalf: "What did you find?"
Bilbo Baggins: "My courage"
Gandalf: "Good! You'll need it."
Upon returning to meet with Gandalf, Bilbo wants to announce that he found a ring in the goblin tunnels but instead he only notes that he found his courage. Both will be needed for their upcoming challenges.
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It Is Our Fight
Tauriel: "When did we allow evil to become stronger than us?"
Legolas: "It is not our fight."
Tauriel: "It is our fight!"
Legolas urges Tauriel to stand down as the evil all around them will always prevail. Tauriel on the other hand wants to fight that evil more than ever, calling it their fight.
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O Smaug, the Stupendousv
Bilbo Baggins: "Truly the songs and tales fall utterly short of your enormity, O Smaug, the Stupendous…"
Bilbo had heard about Smaug, the dragon in Lonely Mountain, but as incredible as those stories suggested Smaug is, as Bilbo learns, they don't stack up to the real thing.
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King Under the Mountain
Legolas: "There is no King Under the Mountain, nor will there ever be!"
Smaug: "I am King Under the Mountain!"
Legolas smarts off that there is no King Under the Mountain, that it's all a sham. Smaug, that King Under the Mountain, however has a different, more accurate, sense of reality.
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Dragonfire and Ruin
Bard the Bowman: "Dragonfire and ruin, that is what you'll bring upon us! He cannot not see beyond his own desire!"
Strongly against Thorin and others setting out to the Lonely Mountain, Bard the Bowman tries to express the consequences of what could happen as a result. This risk could bring down everyone.
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