I agree with that; however, what we have seen in PJ's movies may have been the output of cloning in glorified petrie dishes. By starting out with a live egg, from a stable of female orcs, and adding a cell or a two from a normally cross-bred Uruk-hai he could probably get a production line going. That's how I think it is done in those vats and tanks in all the Sci-Fi movies. :teacher:What PJ did in the film is incorrect. Even Melkor did not have the power to create life, so Saruman would have no hope. Just a cinematic trick to explain how Saruman managed to raise an army so quickly.
Male and female orcs might be as hard to seperate from each other as the dwarves are. Maybe the orc women are hidden away. Maybe they are fighting equally with the men. Maybe there is one (or a few) hidden and protected queen orc(s) that pours out babies like a queen bee. What an sight that could be. *shiver*
'They would.' grunted Gorbag. `We'll see. But anyway, if it does go well, there should be a lot more room. What d'you say? – if we get a chance, you and me'll slip off and set up somewhere on our own with a few trusty lads, somewhere where there's good loot nice and handy, and no big bosses.'
'Ah! ' said Shagrat. `Like old times.'
Maybe there is one (or a few) hidden and protected queen orc(s) that pours out babies like a queen bee. What an sight that could be. *shiver*
There might be other 'makings' all the same which were more like puppets filled (only at a distance) with their maker's mind and will, or ant-like operating under direction of a queen-centre.
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