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could the black arrow of bard, be something like the sword of elendill?


May 21 2013, 9:11am

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could the black arrow of bard, be something like the sword of elendill? Can't Post

I just thought this in the shower!Blush
the black arrow of Bard, apparently has been passed down from his forefathers, and has always been retrieved, after being shot. could it be that due to its significance in killing smaug, that a small little idea can come in to place, that the arrow has been passed down to Bard to do him favour, and reclaim the line of Girion? Just like the sword of Elendill, being reforged and passed on to Aragorn to aid him in reclaiming the throne of Gondor....
I don't know its probably, just simple boldog hooha, but what do you think?

"fingolfin looked up in grief to see what evil morgoth had done to maedhros"

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could the black arrow of bard, be something like the sword of elendill? boldog Send a private message to boldog May 21 2013, 9:11am
    It still wouldn't seem believable Ffnir Send a private message to Ffnir May 21 2013, 12:25pm
    You're right...! Kaede Send a private message to Kaede May 21 2013, 12:31pm
        Guessing IdrilofGondolin Send a private message to IdrilofGondolin May 21 2013, 2:01pm
    As long as they don't have to force him to take it. RosieLass Send a private message to RosieLass May 21 2013, 3:28pm


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