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Hello Its Ryan Fett (the guy whos been talking on the Lotr game page). Gotta say I like 40k as well. Just thought I would be the first to have a post on your talk page.
- Hello! Do you like Dungeons and Dragons as well? --Sam Kay 14:39, 8 September 2007 (UTC)
Rollback Rights Edit
I've granted you Rollback rights, which means you now have the power to use the rollback button on pages history. Well done for all your recent hard work!--22:40, 28 October 2007 (UTC)
- Thanks. --Sam Kay 15:57, 30 October 2007 (UTC)
thank you for pointing out my error Edit
Hi Samy Kay,
Look I have read the books and watched the moives and I was trying to refer to the movie and book I have them practically memorized! The title of one of the sectoins in The Battle for Pelennor Fields Article the section is called The Movie Version. So therefore I was only giving information based on the Movie for that section and gave one diffrence from the book regarding the Dawnless Day, and now that I think about it your right only thre Mumakil are shot down I remember now. I am not sure how many die at first in the book. I always reread the books and rewatch the movies so I am up to date.
I apperciate you pointing out my error.
Marshall David Wahlstrom Helgren 18:24, September 13, 2010 (UTC)