4. Third Age - Battle of Five Armies - Good
Age: Third Age - Battle of Five Armies
PoV: Third Person Objective
Other Characters: Ecthelion, Denethor
“Father!” Denethor burst into the citadel, thrusting leaves of parchment at a frowning Steward. “Read the news the messenger has brought from Lake-Town!”
Ecthelion shuffled through the four pages of the message, skimming the words and mumbling quietly to himself. Suddenly he broke into a wide smile.
“This indeed is good news!” He handed the letter back to Denethor. “That old worm was interfering with our shipments of Dorwinion from the north.”
“Shall we have a celebration, then?” Denethor’s smile rivaled that of any young boy faced with the prospect of a party.
Ecthelion ruffled his son’s hair. “Most certainly.”
Age: Third Age - Battle of the Five Armies
PoV: First Person - Aragorn
Other Characters: Elrohir, Gandalf, Dwarves, Bilbo Baggins
I was ten the first time I saw a Hobbit.
I remember it vividly. Elrohir and I were having a swordfight and I was winning. Gandalf came to Imladris with a company of Dwarves. That Gandalf, he always traveled with the strangest crowd.
Then I saw him, lagging behind the last, rather large dwarf. He was not a dwarf, for he had no beard, and he went barefoot, displaying the hairiest feet I had ever seen.
Who would have guessed that one of them would save the world seventy five years later, and that I would travel with his Company?
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