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Gandalf’s No Good, Rotten, Really Bad Day
Ch. 1: Gandalf’s No Good, Rotten, Really Bad Day
Thanks for your good words and your vote. I wrote this originally for the Bookverse Improbabilities Challenge. Leaving that letter with Butterbur really doesn't make much sense, does it? Kind of too hard to believe for a wizard as wise and far-seeing as Gandalf. I just followed the incident to its logical conclusion. As for the broken sword, well, what can I say? If anyone can come up with a good explanation for why Aragorn was armed only with such a thing, I'd like to hear it.
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