DM of the Rings CXIII:
It’s a Trap!

By Shamus
on Jun 15, 2007
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DM of the Rings


Skulls!
More Skulls!

Traps are a great way to distract players when they manage to wrest the conversation from your grasp, or when they ask you to pony up for your share of the pizza.

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  1. Glenn says:

    “I wonder how long it takes them to reset the trap”

    I thought the same thing in the sand-drained-spiral-staircase-trap scene in Indy IV…

  2. Mooseboy018 says:

    The funny thing is that Peter Jackson, Fran Walsh, and Phillipa Boyens have a very similar conversation in the DVD commentary. lol

    Peter Jackson explained his theory about there being a specific room for each body part in the moment, and they just opened up the “skull room”. XP

    @Ciryandor
    They weren’t CG. The skulls were small models even in the wideshots.

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  5. Chris Rivan says:

    Hee hee! “Bowl of Captain Crunch.” Oh God, my chest! Hee!

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