Collection of Drabbles, A: 12. Drabble - The RotK – The Battle of the Pelennor Fields

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12. Drabble - The RotK – The Battle of the Pelennor Fields

Darkness broke, Théoden led the Rohirrim onto the field. The black serpent he slew, but was brought low by a dart of the enemy. When fear descended, two knights of the King remained. One stood defiant, Éomund’s daughter. Courage awakened and a small halfling let fall a mighty stroke. Seeking death Éowyn found it, but did not die. So by a woman’s hand, the Nazgûl fell. On seeing his kin, Éomer was taken by a fey mood. He led his men into the midst of battle. Yet foresight proved true, out of despair came Hope, and the battle was won.

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Author: Elvenesse

Status: General

Completion: Ongoing Serial

Era: Multi-Age

Genre: Other

Rating: General

Last Updated: 01/25/05

Original Post: 03/11/04

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