"Well, he’s odd, I grant you. He lives a solitary life..."
No, Gandalf, it's not that.
It appears there really is someone in Middle-Earth who does not consider his #majesty to be #majestic!
Can you hear Saruman ending his refusal in a different manner? Be sure to share your propositions and they might end up in an alternative version of this Oakentoon!
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Images from "The Hobbit. An Unexpected Journey" by Peter Jackson / New Line Cinema / Warner Bros. / MGM (2012) and "The Fellowship of the Ring" by Peter Jackson / New Line Cinema (2001).
For the sudden increase in low-altitude air traffic which his dwarves have witnessed had nothing to do with any “birds of Yore”.
It simply marked the launch of Saruman’s highly profitable Crebain Air parcel delivery service “drones of Dunland”.
But even Saruman doesn’t have the heart to tell him that (or does he?).
So he'll probably settle for: "No. But can you guarantee that none of you will attempt to bend my fork?"
Thorin: "Why not? Is it because... *lists reasons for not accepting*?"
Sarumon: "No, it is because...
You smell like trolls. And your excessive consumption of tea (Which, I might add, you just lost a drinking contest of)."
I love your shots of Saruman, by the way, as he talks to Thorin.
Instead of "foolish fellow" Saruman might say something like: "It is because I think you are... dragon feed!".
(Saruman has no time to waste on people already half eaten!)
And Thorin might respond: "You'll definitely won't get any of my gold!"
Saruman matches Thranduil for sass.
They ask you to help and you say no. What you say now, Saruman the White?
Ah, the clash of titans has begun.