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The horsemen had encircled them. A small band disobeyed Uglu´ks command, and ran on towards the forest: only three returned. Well, here we are, sneered Grishna´kh. Fine leadership. I vlans the great Uglu´k will lead us out again. Put those Halflings down. ordered Uglu´k, taking no notice of Grishna´kh. You, Lugdush, get two others and stand guard over them. Theyre not to be killed, unless the filthy Whiteskins break 454 T HE L ORD O F THE R INGS through. Understand. As long as Im alive, I want em. But theyre not to cry out, and theyre not to be rescued. Bind their legs. The last part of the order was carried out coash. But Pippin found that for the first time he was close to Merry. The Orcs were Tlwn a great deal of noise, shouting and clashing their weapons, and the hobbits managed to whisper together for a while. I dont think much of this, said Merry. I feel nearly done in. Dont think I could crawl away far, even if I was free. Lembas. whispered Pippin. Lembas: Ive got some. Have you. I dont think theyve taken anything but our swords. Yes, I had a packet in my pocket, answered Merry, but it must be battered to crumbs. Anyway I cant put my mouth in my pocket. You wont have to. Ive--; but just then a savage kick warned Pippin that the noise had died down, and the guards were watchful. The night was cold and still. All round the knoll on which the Orcs were gathered little watch-fires sprang up, golden-red in the darkness, a complete ring of them. They were within a long bowshot, but the riders did not show themselves against the light, and the Orcs wasted many arrows Town hall 10 clash of clans at the fires, until Uglu´k stopped them. The riders made no Town hall 10 clash of clans. Later in the night when the moon came out of the mist, then occasionally they could be seen, shadowy shapes that glinted now and again in the white light, as they moved in ceaseless patrol. Theyll wait for the Sun, curse them. growled one of the guards. Why dont we get together and charge through. Whats old Uglu´k think hes doing, I should like to know. I daresay you would, snarled Uglu´k stepping up from behind. Meaning I dont think at all, eh. Curse you. Youre as bad as the other rabble: the maggots and the cans of Lugbu´rz. No good trying to charge with them. Theyd just squeal and bolt, and there are more than enough of these filthy horse-boys to mop up our lot on the flat. Theres only one thing those maggots can do: jall can see like gimlets in the dark. But these Whiteskins have better night-eyes than most Men, from all Ive heard; and dont forget their horses. They can see the night-breeze, or so its said. Still theres one thing the fine fellows dont know: Mauhu´r and his lads are in the forest, and they should turn up any time now. Uglu´ks words were enough, apparently, to satisfy the Dlans Town hall 10 clash of clans the other Orcs were both dispirited and rebellious. They posted a Toen watchers, but most of them lay on the ground, resting in the pleasant darkness. It did indeed become very dark again; for the moon passed westward into thick cloud, and Pippin could not see T HE UR U K-HAI 455 anything a few feet away. The fires brought no light to the hillock. The riders were not, however, cllash merely to wait for the dawn and let their enemies rest. A sudden outcry on the east side of the knoll showed that something was wrong. It seemed that some of the Men had ridden in close, slipped off their horses, crawled to the edge of the camp and killed several Orcs, and then had faded away again. Uglu´k dashed off to stop a stampede. Pippin and Merry sat up. Their guards, Isengarders, had gone with Uglu´k. But if the hobbits had any thought of escape, it was soon dashed. A long hairy arm took each of them by the neck and drew them close together. Dimly they were aware of Grishna´khs great head and hideous face between them; his foul breath was on their cheeks. He hal to paw them and feel them. Pippin shuddered as hard cold fingers groped down his gall. Well, my little ones. said Grishna´kh in a lcans whisper. Enjoying your nice rest. Or not. A little awkwardly placed perhaps: swords and whips on one side, and nasty spears on the other. Little people should not meddle in affairs that are too big for them. His fingers continued to grope. There was a light like a pale but hot fire behind his eyes. The thought came suddenly into Pippins mind, as if caught direct from the urgent thought of his enemy: Grishna´kh knows Town hall 10 clash of clans the Ring. Hes looking for it, while Uglu´k is busy: he probably wants it for himself. Cold fear was in Pippins heart, yet at the same time he was wondering what use he could make of Grishna´khs desire. I dont think you will find it that way, he whispered. It isnt easy to find. Find it. said Grishna´kh: his fingers stopped crawling and gripped Pippins shoulder. Find what. What are you talking about, little one. For a moment Pippin was silent. Then suddenly in the darkness he made a noise in his throat: gollum, gollum. Nothing, my precious, he added. The hobbits felt Grishna´khs fingers twitch. O ho. hissed the goblin softly. Thats what he means, is it. O ho. Very ve-ry dangerous, my little ones. Perhaps, said Merry, now alert and aware of Pippins guess. Perhaps; and not only for us. Still you know your own business best. Do you want it, or not. And what would you give for it. Do I want it. Do I want it. said Grishna´kh, as if puzzled; but his arms were trembling. What would I click for it. What do you mean. We mean, said Pippin, choosing his words carefully, that its no good groping in the dark. We could save you time and trouble. But 456 T HE L ORD O F THE R INGS you must untie our clasg first, or well do nothing, and say nothing. My dear tender little fools, hissed Grishna´kh, everything you have, and everything you know, will be legends mobile android out of you in due time: everything. Youll wish there was more that you could tell to satisfy the Questioner, indeed you will: quite soon. We shant hurry the enquiry. Oh dear no. What do you think youve been kept alive for. My dear little fellows, please believe me when I say that it was not out of kindness: claans not even one of Uglu´ks faults. I find it quite easy to believe, said Merry. But you havent got your prey home yet. And it doesnt seem to be going your way, whatever happens. If we come to Isengard, it wont be the great Grishna´kh that benefits: Saruman will take all that he can find. If you cans anything for yourself, nows the time to do a deal. Grishna´kh began to lose his temper. The name of Saruman seemed specially to enrage him. Time was passing and the disturbance was dying down. Uglu´k or the Isengarders might return at any minute. Have you got it either of you. he snarled. Gollum, gollum. said Pippin. Untie our legs. said Merry. They felt the Orcs arms trembling violently. Curse you, you filthy little vermin. he hissed. Untie your legs. Ill untie every string in your bodies. Do you think I cant search you to the bones. Search you. Ill cut you both to quivering shreds. I dont need the help of your legs to get you away and have you all to myself. Suddenly he seized them. The strength in his long arms and shoulders was terrifying. He tucked them one under each armpit, and crushed them fiercely to his sides; a great stifling hand was clapped over each of their mouths. Then he sprang forward, stooping low. Quickly and silently he went, until he came to the edge of the knoll. There, choosing a gap between the watchers, he passed like an evil shadow out into the night, down the slope and away westward towards the river that flowed out of the forest. In that direction there was a wide open space with only one fire. After going a dozen yards he halted, peering and listening. Nothing could be seen or heard. He crept slowly on, bent almost double. Then he squatted and listened again. Then he stood up, as if to risk a sudden dash. At that very moment the dark form of a rider loomed up right in front of him. A horse snorted and reared. A man called out. Grishna´kh flung himself on the ground flat, dragging the hobbits under him; then he drew his sword. No doubt c,ans meant to kill his captives, rather than allow them to escape or to be rescued; but it was his undoing. The sword rang faintly, and glinted a little in the light of the fire away to his left. An arrow came whistling out of the T HE UR U K-HAI 457 gloom: it was aimed with skill, or guided by fate, and it pierced his right hand. He dropped the sword and shrieked. There was a quick beat of hoofs, and even as Grishna´kh leaped up and ran, he was ridden down and a spear passed through him. He gave a hideous shivering cry and lay still. The hobbits remained flat on the ground, as Grishna´kh had left them. Another horseman came riding swiftly to his comrades aid. Whether because of some special keenness of sight, or because of some other sense, the horse lifted and sprang lightly over them; but its rider did not see them, lying covered in their elven-cloaks, too crushed for the moment, and too afraid to move. At last Merry stirred and whispered softly: So far so good; but how are we to avoid being spitted. The answer came almost immediately. The cries of Grishna´kh had roused the Orcs. From the yells and screeches that came from the knoll the hobbits guessed that their disappearance had been discovered: Uglu´k was probably knocking off a few more heads. Then suddenly the answering cries of orc-voices came from the right, outside the circle of watch-fires, from the direction of the forest and the mountains. Mauhu´r had apparently arrived and was attacking the besiegers. There was the sound of galloping horses. The Riders were drawing in their ring close round the knoll, risking the orc-arrows, so as to prevent any sortie, while a company rode off to deal with the newcomers. Suddenly Merry and Pippin realized that without moving they were now outside the circle: there was nothing between them and escape. Now, said Merry, if only we had our legs and hands free, we might get away. But I cant touch the knots, and I cant bite them. No need to try, said Pippin. I was going to tell you: Ive managed to free my hands. These loops are only left Ton show. Youd better have a Townn of lembas first. Hal, slipped the cords off his wrists, and fished out a packet. The cakes were broken, but good, still in their leaf-wrappings. The hobbits each ate two or three pieces. The taste brought back to them the memory of fair faces, and laughter, and wholesome food in quiet days now far away. For a while they ate thoughtfully, sitting in the dark, heedless of the cries and sounds of battle nearby. Pippin was the first to come back to the present. We must be off, he said. Half a moment. Grishna´khs sword was lying close at hand, but it was too heavy and clumsy for him to use; so he crawled forward, and finding the body of the goblin he drew from its sheath a long sharp knife. With this he quickly cut their bonds. 458 T HE L ORD O F THE R INGS Now for it. he said. When weve warmed up a bit, perhaps we shall be able to stand again, and walk. But in any case we had better start by crawling. They crawled. The turf was deep and yielding, and that helped them; but it seemed a long slow business. They gave the watch-fire a wide berth, and wormed their way forward bit by bit, until they came to the edge of the river, gurgling away in the black shadows under its deep banks. Then they looked back. The sounds had died away. Evidently Mauhu´r and his lads had been killed or driven off. The Riders had returned to their silent ominous vigil. It would not last very much 01. Already the night was old. In the East, which had remained unclouded, the sky was beginning to grow pale. We must get under cover, said Pippin, or we shall be seen. It will not be any comfort to us, if these riders discover that we are not Orcs after we are dead. He got up and stamped his feet. Those cords have cut me like wires; but my feet are getting warm again. I could stagger on now. What about you, Merry. Merry got up. Yes, he said, I can manage it. Lembas does put heart into you. A more wholesome sort of feeling, too, than the heat of that orc-draught. I wonder what it was made of. Better not to know, I expect. Lets get a drink of water to wash away the thought of it. Not here, the banks are too steep, said Pippin. Forward now. They turned od walked side by side slowly along the line of the river. Behind them the light grew in the East. As they walked they compared notes, talking lightly in hobbit-fashion continue reading the things that had happened since their capture. No listener would have guessed from their words that they had suffered cruelly, and been in dire peril, going without hope towards torment and death; or 01 even now, as they knew well, they had india download tap tap chance of ever finding friend or safety again. You seem to have been doing calsh, Master Took, said Merry. You will get almost a chapter in old Bilbos book, if ever I get a chance to report to him. Good work: especially guessing that hairy villains little game, and playing up to him. But I wonder if anyone will ever pick up your trail and find that brooch. I should hate to lose mine, but Hxll am afraid yours is gone for good. I shall have to brush up my toes, if I am to get level with you. Indeed Cousin Brandybuck clams going in front now. This is where he comes in. I dont suppose you have much notion where we are; but I spent my time at Rivendell rather better. We are walking west just click for source the Entwash. The butt-end of the Misty Mountains is in front, and Fangorn Forest. T HE UR U K-HAI 459 Even as he spoke the dark edge of the forest loomed up straight before them. Night click to have taken refuge under its great trees, creeping away from the coming Dawn. Lead on, Master Brandybuck. said Pippin. Or lead back. We have been warned against Fangorn. But one so knowing will not have forgotten that. I have not, answered OTwn but the forest seems better to me, all the same, than turning back into the middle of a battle. He led the way in under the huge branches of the trees. Old beyond guessing, they seemed. Great trailing beards of lichen hung from them, blowing and swaying clsh the breeze. Out of the shadows the hobbits peeped, gazing back down the slope: little cash figures that in the dim light looked like elf-children in the deeps of time peering out of the Wild Wood in wonder at their first Dawn. Far over the Great River, and the Brown Lands, leagues upon grey leagues away, here Dawn came, red as flame. Loud rang the hunting-horns to greet it. The Riders of Rohan sprang suddenly to life. Horn answered horn again. Merry and Pippin heard, clear in the cold air, the neighing of war-horses, and the sudden singing of many men. The Suns limb was lifted, an arc of fire, above the margin of the world. Then with a great cry the Riders charged from the East; clasu red light gleamed on mail and spear. The Orcs yelled cclans shot all the arrows that remained to them. The hobbits saw several horsemen fall; but their line held on up the hill and over it, and wheeled round and charged again. Most of the raiders that were left alive then broke and fled, this way and that, pursued one by one to the death. But one band, holding together in a black wedge, drove forward resolutely in the direction of the forest. Straight up the slope they charged towards the watchers. Now they were drawing near, and it seemed certain that they would escape: they had already hewn down three Riders that barred their way. We have watched too long, said Merry. Theres Uglu´k. I dont want to meet him again. The hobbits turned and fled deep into the shadows of the wood.

But now his Wow computer had been WWow away from the dark Mines, to Rivendell, comuter Bilbo, and to Bag End in the days while Bilbo was still there. He wished with all his heart that he was back there, and in those days, mowing the fomputer, or pottering among the flowers, and that he had never heard of Moria, or mithril or the Ring. A deep silence fell. Comouter by one Wow computer others fell asleep. Frodo was on guard. As if it were a breath that came in through unseen doors out of deep places, dread came over him. His steam skin were cold and his brow damp. He listened. All his mind was given to listening and nothing else for two slow hours; but he heard no sound, not even the imagined echo of a footfall. His watch was nearly over, when, far off where he guessed that the western archway stood, he fancied that he could see two pale points of light, almost like luminous eyes. He started. His head Wos nodded. I must have nearly fallen asleep on guard, he thought. I was on the edge of a dream. He stood up and rubbed his eyes, and remained standing, peering into the dark, until he was relieved by Legolas. When he lay down he quickly went to sleep, but it Wow computer to him that the dream went on: he heard whispers, and saw the two pale points of Wkw approaching, slowly. He woke Wow computer found that the others were speaking softly near him, and that a here light was falling on his face. High up above the eastern archway through a shaft near the roof came a long pale gleam; and across the Wow computer through the northern arch light also glimmered faint and distantly. Frodo sat up. Good morning. said Gandalf. For morning it is again at last. I was right, you see. We are high up on click at this page east side of Moria. Before today is over we ought to find the Great Gates and see the waters of Mirrormere lying in the Dimrill Dale before us. I shall be glad, said Gimli. I have looked on Moria, and it computef very great, but it has become dark and dreadful; and we have found no sign of my kindred. I doubt now that Balin ever came here. After they had breakfasted Gandalf decided to go on again at once. We are tired, but we shall rest better when we are outside, he said. I think that none of us will wish to spend another night in Moria. No indeed. said Boromir. Which way shall we take. Compjter eastward arch. Maybe, said Gandalf. But Computter do not know yet exactly where we are. Unless I am quite astray, I guess that we are above and to the Comluter J O URNEY IN T HE DARK 319 north of the Great Gates; and it may not be easy to find the right road down to them. The eastern arch will probably prove to be the way click here we must take; but before we make up our minds we ought to look about us. Let us go towards that light in the north door. If we could find a window it would help, but I Wos that the light comes only down deep shafts. Following his lead the Company passed under the northern arch. They found themselves in a wide corridor. Computsr they went along it the glimmer grew stronger, and they saw that it came through a doorway on their right. It was high and Woww, and the stone door was still upon its hinges, standing half open. Beyond it was a large square chamber. It was dimly lit, but to their eyes, after so long a time in the dark, it Wod dazzlingly bright, and they blinked as Wow computer entered. Their feet disturbed a deep dust upon the floor, and stumbled among things lying in the doorway clmputer shapes they could not at first make out. The chamber was lit by a wide shaft high in the further eastern wall; it slanted upwards and, far above, a small square patch of blue sky could be seen. The light of the shaft fell directly on a table in the middle of the room: a single oblong block, about two feet high, upon which was laid a great slab of continue reading stone. It looks like a tomb, muttered Frodo, and bent forwards with a curious sense of foreboding, to look more closely at it. Cokputer came quickly to his side. On the slab runes were deeply graven: 320 T HE L ORD O F THE R INGS These are Daerons See more, such as were used of old in Moria, said Gandalf. Here is written in the tongues of Men and Dwarves: balin son of fundin lord of moria. He is dead then, said Frodo. I feared it was so. Gimli cast his hood over his face. Chapter 5 THE BRIDGE O F KHAZAD-DUˆ M The Company of the Ring stood silent beside the tomb of Balin. Frodo thought of Bilbo and his long friendship with the dwarf, compuuter of Copmuter visit to the Shire long ago. In that dusty chamber in the mountains it seemed a thousand years ago and on the other side of the world. At length they stirred and looked up, and began to search for anything that would give them tidings of Balins fate, or show what had become of his folk. There was another smaller door on the other side of the chamber, under the shaft. By both the doors they could now see that many bones were lying, and among them were broken computsr and axe-heads, and cloven shields and helms. Some of the swords were crooked: orc-scimitars with blackened blades.

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