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Elrond summarizes the [[War of the Dwarves and Orcs]] as it is described in the novel; with [[Azog]] perishing during the [[Battle of Azanulbizar]] at the hands of Dain Ironfoot. However in the movies, Azog survives that battle, but was killed many years later by [[Thorin Oakenshield]] at the Battle of Five Armies.
 
Elrond summarizes the [[War of the Dwarves and Orcs]] as it is described in the novel; with [[Azog]] perishing during the [[Battle of Azanulbizar]] at the hands of Dain Ironfoot. However in the movies, Azog survives that battle, but was killed many years later by [[Thorin Oakenshield]] at the Battle of Five Armies.
  
The winged fire-drake Urgost is depicted as having four legs and a separate pair of wings, as with most traditional depictions of Western dragons. This contradicts the movies' portrayal of [[Smaug]], who is depicted in ''The Hobbit'' film trilogy as having wings attached to his forelegs like a wyvern (though Smaug was originally intended to have separate wings as well, as shown in the theatrical cut of ''[[The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey]]'').
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The winged fire-drake Urgost is depicted as having four legs and a separate pair of wings, as with most traditional depictions of Western dragons. This contradicts the movies' portrayal of [[Smaug]], who is depicted in ''The Hobbit'' film trilogy as having wings attached to his forelegs like a wyvern (though Smaug was originally intended to have four legs as well, as shown in the theatrical cut of ''[[The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey]]'').
  
 
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