4. Chapter Four
"We have to go to a place called Rivendell now," Legolas said. "My father wants me to go there. You can come, too, if you want to."
"Okay, sure," Marinalite said. "How long will it take us to get there?"
"If we leave now, we will get there in twenty minutes," Legolas said.
"Okay, should I bring anything?" Marinilite aksed.
"Do you have anything to bring?" Legolas said.
"No, I don't think so," Merielite said.
"Oh, okay, let's leave then," Legolas said.
"Okay," Marinalite said. She kissed Legolas on the head.
Twenty minutes later . . .
"This is Rivendell," Legolas said.
"Wow, it's really cool," Marinalite said. D d
"We need to go in there," Legolas said. He pointed to a big, fancy house.
"Wow," Merinalite said.
Inside . . .
"My name is Elrond," Elrond said. "And welcome to Rivendell. This is a council to decide what to do with the One Ring. Frodo, please show everyone the One Ring."
"This is the One Ring," Frodo said. He held up the One Ring, which was a big, shiny, gold ring.
"We need to get rid of it," Legolas said. "It's really bad. We should make a group of people to destroy it."
"Good idea," Elrond said. "Frodo, you, Sam, Aragorn, Legolas, Boromir, Gandalf, Merry, Pippin, Gimli will go destroy the ring."
"What about Marinalite?" Legolas said. "She would be helpful too. She can fight better then me and Aragorn, so she would do really well."
"I can also cause things to catch on fire by staring at them for a really long time," Marinalite said.
"Okay, you can come," Elrond said. "Just make sure that you're careful."
"Thanks, Elrond!" Marinalite said. "Father, I want to come too," Arwen said.
"Okay, you can come too. Aragorn will ptortect you," Elrond said.
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