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EDIT: Nevermind, I've seen the argument over the year being 1962.
 
EDIT: Nevermind, I've seen the argument over the year being 1962.
   
EDIT: I FOUND IT! Last page of ''Once Upon a Time in the North: '' "He'd learned his lesson; he looked after it well for the rest of his life, '''and thirty-five years later, the Winchester was in his hands when he died'''." This line directly states that Lee Scoresby died 35 years after the events of the short story. 24+35=59.<ac_metadata title="Why remove Lee&#039;s age?"> </ac_metadata>
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EDIT 2: I FOUND THE AGE BIT! Last page of ''Once Upon a Time in the North: '' "He'd learned his lesson; he looked after it well for the rest of his life, '''and thirty-five years later, the Winchester was in his hands when he died'''." This line directly states that Lee Scoresby died 35 years after the events of the short story. 24+35=59.<ac_metadata title="Why remove Lee&#039;s age?"> </ac_metadata>

Latest revision as of 22:44, 19 December 2019

Why did you remove Lee's age? It's only logical that he is 59 or possibly 60, just going by mathematics. Lyra's birth year and age, the date Lee met Iorek and his age at the time. That should comes out to 59-60.

EDIT: Nevermind, I've seen the argument over the year being 1962.

EDIT 2: I FOUND THE AGE BIT! Last page of Once Upon a Time in the North:  "He'd learned his lesson; he looked after it well for the rest of his life, and thirty-five years later, the Winchester was in his hands when he died." This line directly states that Lee Scoresby died 35 years after the events of the short story. 24+35=59.<ac_metadata title="Why remove Lee's age?"> </ac_metadata>

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