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grammaboodawg
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Mar 30, 11:28am

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It would be hard to bear since her will would have her fighting as a warrior, but she couldn't fight what was happening to Théoden. When your spirit is injured... it isn't easy to recover. I think Faramir would understand that better than most, and so knew her struggle would be long.




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grammaboodawg
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Mar 30, 11:57am

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Today in Middle-earth

March 30, 2942 (S.R. 1342)
1. Bilbo and Gandalf rest at Beorn's home.
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... Gandalf and Bilbo recover from their adventures in the safety of Beorn's home. There was no shortage of wonderful food, warm evenings before the huge fire in the great hall, and a chance for three great story-tellers to share their tales. But Bilbo's longing for his own chair and fire at Bag End grew. He would spend long hours in the quiet room given to him by Beorn. This is where he began his first journal and he would write page upon page of his adventures since he left the Mountain, as well as many reflective moments of the Shire.




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Otaku-sempai
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Mar 30, 2:13pm

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Any day now, Gandalf and Bilbo should be setting out for Rivendell! The day of the New Year of the Elves (April 6) still seems to me to be a likely departure date (if not sooner). Truthfully, it could have been any time from the end of March to early April.

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grammaboodawg
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Mar 31, 2:29am

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They hit the Road on April 10. When we discussed this before, the 10th seems to work as it has them at Beorn's for the New Year and it still fits in the travel time to Rivendell. :)




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Otaku-sempai
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Mar 31, 3:15am

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They hit the Road on April 10. When we discussed this before, the 10th seems to work as it has them at Beorn's for the New Year and it still fits in the travel time to Rivendell. :)


I would start them out a bit sooner to include some wiggle-room (for challenges and complications encountered in the Misty Mountains), but this is your timetable, not mine.

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