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Elizabeth
Half-elven


Jun 25 2011, 7:36pm


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A surprise attack from the rear...

...can be remarkably effective, and this one certainly was. The siege force would be prepared for sorties from the defenders, but they were entirely unprepared for the Rohirrim, secure in the belief that they had blocked the road. Although it's certainly true that the Rohirrim didn't entirely win the battle, they successfully prevented MT from being overwhelmed until Aragorn's force could arrive.

But perhaps we should save some of this for a future chapter. Smile






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Elizabeth is the TORnsib formerly known as 'erather'

(This post was edited by Elizabeth on Jun 25 2011, 7:38pm)


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