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Beechbone

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'''Beechbone''' was the name, at least according to [[Peregrin Took]], of a notably tall and handsome [[Ents|Ent]]. He was caught in a burning spray sent up by [[Saruman]] from the beneath the [[Circle of Isengard]], but his fiery end brought his fellow [[Ents]] to the peak of their destructive anger.
 
'''Beechbone''' was the name, at least according to [[Peregrin Took]], of a notably tall and handsome [[Ents|Ent]]. He was caught in a burning spray sent up by [[Saruman]] from the beneath the [[Circle of Isengard]], but his fiery end brought his fellow [[Ents]] to the peak of their destructive anger.
  
==Behind the scenes==
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==Portrayal in Adaptions==
 
In [[Peter Jackson's The Return of the King]] Beechbone survives being set-alight by distinguishing the flames in the floods of the River [[Isen]].
 
In [[Peter Jackson's The Return of the King]] Beechbone survives being set-alight by distinguishing the flames in the floods of the River [[Isen]].
  
 
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Revision as of 18:18, 4 September 2006

Beechbone was the name, at least according to Peregrin Took, of a notably tall and handsome Ent. He was caught in a burning spray sent up by Saruman from the beneath the Circle of Isengard, but his fiery end brought his fellow Ents to the peak of their destructive anger.

Portrayal in Adaptions

In Peter Jackson's The Return of the King Beechbone survives being set-alight by distinguishing the flames in the floods of the River Isen.