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  • Flotsam and jetsam

    They reunited company had much to tell each other. The two hobbits told the story of taking Isengard. They told how easy the Ents had crushed the heavy stone of the stonering and how they had sealed the tower of Orthanc with the water. And then they told of they departure of some Ents and many Huorns to aid at Helm's Deep. In the countermove the others told them of the hunt for the Orcs and the battle at Helm's Deep. Then the last riddles of t ...

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  • The voice of saruman

    In the morning of the next day a small group of people went to the foot of Orthanc. Gandalf was among them and Théoden for it was his land. Also the rest of the fellowship was there and Éomer and some other chosen one's. Gandalf wanted to speak with Saruman and therefore he warned everyone before Saruman's voice. He said that it was a mighty spell in it and it could change one's opinion. Then he knocked at the door and called for the wizard. ...

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  • The palantír

    On the way back Gandalf explained that the black ball was one of the ancient palantírs. Magic stones of the old which could contact each other in any distance. He told that there had been nine palantírs but now there are only few left. Of the stone of Orthanc he had known long and he also knew of two other stones. The stones of Fornost, the capital of the old norhtern kingdom of the Dunedain, and Minas Morgul, the fortress of sorcery, had been ...

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  • The taming of sméagol

    Sam and Frodo made their way across the river and then hid their boat on the other shore. Then they made for their way to the land of darkness where they had to go. On their way they noticed that Gollum, they hideous creature who followed them since Moria, had found their path and was on their heels. So, for an easier way, without a foe in the back, they caught him and as they wanted to kill him, Frodo felt sorry for him and they tamed him. Fr ...

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  • The passage of the marshes

    With Sméagol as their new guide they found an relative easy way towards Mordor because he knew ways which no living being ever used. So they remained undiscovered and made a good speed. On Sméagols request they travelled by night so the scouts of the dark lord had hard work if they wanted to find them. On this way they tryed to walk plain to the Morannon, the black gate of the land of shadows. But to reach this gate they had to cross the dead ...

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  • The black gate is closed

    When they finally reached the grate black gate they nearly lost hope. The great leafs of the door are closed and everywhere they saw signs of the dark army. Hundreds of Orcs lived in holes around the gate and so the little company had no chance. When Frodo nearly gave up Sméagol renew his hope with the speech of an other, secret way. A way, no one knew except him. Because they had no better idea they trusted in him and followed him down to the ...

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  • Of herbs and stewed rabbit

    Now Frodo and Sam, led by Sméagol, travelled through the fair land of Ithilien. This was the last beautiful place east of the Anduin and west of Mordor. There were green woods and many animals lived there. They had walked very long in the nights and slept uneasy during daylight so they were very weary. Sam thought that a good meal would return their strength, because the lembas of the elves might give them what they need to walk on, but a real ...

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  • The window to the west

    The leader of the woodsmen asked them of their duty and they answered as good as possible without mentioning the ring. As they listed the names of their company the leader leaped up in amazement. He actually was Faramir, the brother of Boromir. He immediately let them free and asked them to come to their camp for better talking. He wanted to know everything of their journey and the part of Boromir. The hobbits were taken with the men and walke ...

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  • The forbidden pool

    The hobbits slept at the secret camp and never they had rested better for long than this time. Shortly before sunrise Faramir woke them up because of a strange thing that had happened. Some time before the watch had seen a strange creature sneaking around the camp but he could not name its race. The hobbits followed Faramir to a high point of the cliff above the waterfall and looked down to the pool. There they saw Sméagol sneaking around and ...

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  • Journey to the cross-roads

    The next day the hobbits and their strange guide were brought to the borders of Faramir's land (blindfold of course) and then they returned to their own path. They made for the Imlad Morgul, the valley before Minas Morgul, because Sméagol's path began there. So they walked back to the mountains and then towards Minas Morgul. ...

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  • The stairs of cirith ungol

    When they finally reached the evil valley they walked along a path on its side and then they reached a hidden stair and Sméagol showed them the way up. It was a very long and high stair and it was very hard to walk but the hobbits never stopped. They went up high to the top of the mountains and on their side they ever had the warning of Minas Morgul. When they were only a little up the stair, suddenly the gates of the evil fortress opened and ...

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  • Shelob's lair

    They finally had reached he end of the long stair and there they rested finally. As they walked on they suddenly saw the outline of a fortress standing in their way. Frodo was very angry because Sméagol had said the way was secret and unwatched. Then Sméagol showed them what he had meant. He led them to a secret hidden cave entrance in the mountain and explained that the other end of the cave lay behind the fortress. So the hobbits walked into ...

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  • The choices of master samwise

    Sam, who had ran before Frodo too late recognised it but then he ran back and draw Frodo's sword Sting (which he had got from Frodo because it was to heavy for him to carry). He leaped up and hurt Shelob very badly and so she fled back in her cave. Sméagol never appeared again because of his fear. But for Sam's unfortune Frodo was hit by Shelob's terrible poison and he was paralysed. Sam, who thought of the death of his master, was very sad ...

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  • Minas tirith

    Pippin and Gandalf rode to Minas Tirith, because Gandalf knew that time was melting away. They entered the city and went on to Denethor, the steward of Gondor, because he wanted to speak to Pippin. Gandalf told him not to mention Aragorn except he must, because he don't wanted Denethor to knew of the coming of the king (who Aragorn actually was, although no one knew it beside few people). After the speech Pippin was very weary but he asked Den ...

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  • The passing of the grey company

    After the departure of Gandalf, the rest of the company rode with the Rohirrim back to Edoras. There they wanted to wait for the muster of Rohan. They stopped at Helm's Deep and made a small rest. There Merry offered his services to Théoden and became an esquire of Rohan. Back in Edoras they met new unexpected guests. Aragorn's kindred, the few remaining Dunedain of the north, had come to help their leader. Now war was near at hand and Aragorn ...

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  • The muster of rohan

    In Rohan the army had met and the king told them their duty - to help Gondor in the war against Mordor. Despite her indignation, he chose Éowyn to keep his household in his absence. He also wanted to left Merry there. But Merry don't wanted to leave his king and so he walked through the lines at their departure. Suddenly a young rider asked him to sit up and ride with him and Merry agreed, despite the order of Théoden. ...

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  • The siege of gondor

    Now the war had begun. The first forces of the enemy had crossed the river Anduin and the army of evil pushed forward the defenders. Pippin was on the wall of the city and so was Beregond. The gates had been closed after the last defenders coming in. Suddenly they saw a small group of riders with the enemies on their heels. The group nearly came to the gate, but then the archers of the enemy shot down their horses. Only the fast reaction of Ga ...

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  • The ride of the rohirrim

    Now the army of Rohan was on its way to Gondor. After half the way, a young rider appeared in front of them to bring the request of assistance. So the riders speeded up because time was valuable. A short time later the king noticed that they could not reach Gondor in time, so he asked the Druadan, which dwelt in the woods round the great Mindolluin (the mountain where Minas Tirith stood) for a shortcut and they showed the Rohirrim ways, they h ...

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  • The battle of the pelennor fields

    The Rohirrim joined up with the army of Gondor and began their assault on the forces of evil. But the Nazgûl-Lord vanished from the gates and returned to battle. He mounted his flying mount and with his fear he withdrew the armies of Gondor and Rohan and powered his own. Then he saw Théoden and attacked him straight from the air. He slew Théodens horse and nearly killed him with his landing. Then he said to the king: "No man should kill the Lo ...

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  • The pyre of denethor

    In the city the defenders reinforced after the vanishing of the Nazgûl. But Denethor, the steward of Gondor, had used his Palantír to seek out the plans of the Dark Lord himself and for this, he became insane. So as he saw his last son, Faramir, nearly dead, he saw no way out for Gondor and wanted to kill both him and his son. So he made a pyre in the traditional hall of the dead and wanted to burn his son, though he was alive! The watch preve ...

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