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15. Fit for a King

Halbarad felt Nendili tense beneath him, something was approaching that unsettled the mare.
"Îdh, mellon nin," calming her he urged the horse forward with some difficulty. A short time later he saw the reason for her behaviour in a little glade. His captain was approaching him on a mighty steed. Both dismounted and greeted each other warmly. Then Halbarad eyed the proud sorrel stallion standing next to his best friend. He held his head high and seeing the slightly concave blaze with the white star Halbarad said "This horse needs no adornment. Verily Aragorn, he is fit for a king."

The elvish means "Calm, my friend"

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Story Information

Author: Vilwarin

Status: General

Completion: Ongoing Serial

Era: Multi-Age

Genre: General

Rating: General

Last Updated: 10/04/06

Original Post: 07/14/06

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