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Another stone discussion? Another stone discussion!
This line in question seems to confuse a lot of folks, so let's discuss it! There are two sources I remember vividly talking about this line (whether directly or indirectly) and those are sources are as follows:
Which says: >The amulet was a device, or symbol, to represent the internal power of Mrs. Brisby. It also was a gift from her husband, a sign of his love.
So that settles it I guess? It came from the creators of the film themselves, there's no way they can contradict this...
Don Bluth Interview By Adam McDaniel When asked about the stone and Jonathan's role in it in this interview, it was said that: >Nicodemus says it was Jonathan's, but really just to get her to accept it.
So we have conflicting info from 2 different sources about the same subject by the same people (the people being Don Bluth and his crew).
I just thought it interesting to bring this up for reasons. Is it a gift from her husband or was it just a device used to show Mrs. Brisby's internal strength and completely unrelated to everything? I'm confused!