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DSESGH

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#3
They have to raise over 21 times more than the current highest amount for a crowdfunded project ($87 million for Star Citizen, according to Wikipedia).

I vote that Peter Jackson makes a couple of Silmarillion movies to raise the funds:p
 

Credoo

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#4
They have to raise over 21 times more than the current highest amount for a crowdfunded project ($87 million for Star Citizen, according to Wikipedia).

I vote that Peter Jackson makes a couple of Silmarillion HBO TV SHOWS to raise the funds:p
Oh and to add to that if mcme does not get a district I'm going to be dissapointed.
 

Glov

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Mar 1, 2014
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#6
Crowdfunding to build a city. Next i'll just start a crowdfund to buy my own island and start my own country.
 

Portalrules333

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#14
I think someone said Minas Tirith would be the size of London......I seriously doubt that though, considering that it's just a fortress, not even a proper city really, and there's also the scientific fact that LONDON IS SOOOO BIG.
 

Indorilian

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#15
I think someone said Minas Tirith would be the size of London......I seriously doubt that though, considering that it's just a fortress, not even a proper city really, and there's also the scientific fact that LONDON IS SOOOO BIG.
If we're getting technical London is actually really really small
 

lizzy_

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#17
Surely it would be easier to make in the land of Aus?
Then they could pair their tourism industry with the Kiwis :D