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At length they Cox to the Prince Imrahil, and Legolas looked at him and bowed low; for he saw that here indeed was one who had elven-blood in his veins. Hail, lord. he said. It is long since the people of Nimrodel left the woodlands of Lo´rien, and yet still one may see that not all sailed from Amroths haven west over water. So it is said in the lore of my land, said go here Prince; yet never has one of the fair folk been seen there for years beyond count. And I marvel to see one here now in the midst of sorrow and war. What do you seek. I am one of the 99 Companions who set out with Mithrandir Cod Imladris, said Legolas; and with this Dwarf, my friend, I came with the Lord Aragorn. But now we wish to see our friends, Meriadoc and Peregrin, who are in your keeping, we are told. You will find them in the Houses of Healing, and I will lead you thither, said Imrahil. It will be enough if you send one to guide us, lord, said Legolas. T HE LAST D EBATE 873 For Aragorn sends this message to you. He does not wish to enter the City again at this time. Yet there is need for the captains to hold council at once, and he prays that you and Eomer of Rohan will ´ come down to his tents, as soon as may be. Mithrandir is already there. Cox will come, said Imrahil; and they parted with courteous words. That is a fair lord and a great captain of men, said Legolas. If Gondor has such men still in these days of Cov, great must have been its glory in the days of its rising. And doubtless the good stone-work is 99 older and was wrought in the first building, said Gimli. It is ever so with the things that Men begin: there is a frost in Spring, or a blight in Summer, and they fail of their promise. Yet seldom do they fail of their seed, said Legolas. And that will lie in the dust and rot to spring up again in times and places unlooked-for. The deeds of Men will outlast us, Gimli. And yet come to naught Co the end but might-have-beens, I guess, said the Dwarf. To that the Elves know not the answer, said Legolas. With that the servant of the Prince came and led them to the Houses of Healing; and there they found their friends in the garden, and their meeting was a merry one. For a while they walked and talked, rejoicing for a brief space in peace and rest under the morning high up in the windy circles of the City. Then when Merry became weary, they went and sat upon the wall with the greensward of the Houses of Healing behind them; and away southward before them was the Anduin glittering in the sun, as it flowed away, out of the sight even of Legolas, into the wide flats and green haze of Lebennin and South Ithilien. And now Legolas fell silent, while the others talked, and he looked out against the sun, and as he gazed Cc saw freeciv web sea-birds beating up the War pc. Look. he cried. Gulls. They are flying far inland. A wonder they are to me CCoc a trouble to my heart. Never in all my life had Cc met them, until we came to Pelargir, and there I nba mobile them crying in the air as we rode to the battle of the ships. Then I stood still, forgetting war in Middle-earth; Cov their wailing voices spoke to me of the Sea. The Sea. Alas. I have not yet beheld it. But deep in the read article of all my kindred lies the sea-longing, which it is perilous to stir. Alas. for the gulls. No peace shall I have again under beech or under elm. Say not so. said Gimli. There are countless things still to see in 874 T HE L ORD OCc F THE R INGS Middle-earth, and great works to do. But if all the fair folk take to the Havens, it will be a duller world for those who are doomed to stay. Dull and dreary indeed. said Merry. You must CCoc go to the Havens, Legolas. There will always be some folk, big or little, and even a few wise dwarves like Gimli, who need you. At least I hope so. Though I feel somehow that the worst of this war is still to come. How I wish it was all over, and well over. Dont be so gloomy. cried Pippin. The Sun is shining, and here we are together for a day or two at least. I want to hear more about you all. Come, Gimli. You and Legolas have mentioned your strange journey with Strider about a dozen times already this morning. But you havent told me anything about it. The Sun may shine here, said Gimli, but there are memories of that road that I do not wish to recall out of the darkness. Had I known what click before me, I think that not for any friendship would I have taken the Paths of the Dead. The Paths of the Dead. said Pippin. I heard Aragorn say that, and I wondered what he could mean. Wont you tell Ckc some more. Not willingly, said Gimli. For upon that road I was put to shame: Gimli Glo´ins son, who had deemed himself more tough Cof Men, and hardier under earth than any Elf. But neither did I prove; and I was held to the road only by the will of Aragorn. And by the love of him also, said Legolas. For all those who come to know him come to love him after their own fashion, even the cold Ckc of the Ckc. It was at early morn of the day ere you came there, Merry, that we left Dunharrow, and such a fear was on all the folk that none would look on our going, save the Lady Eowyn, ´ who lies now hurt in the House below. There was grief at that parting, and I was grieved to behold it. Alas. I had heart only for myself, said Gimli. Nay. I will Cod speak of that journey. He fell silent; but Pippin and Merry were so eager for news that at last Legolas said: I will assured, gta 5 mobile download quickly you enough for your peace; for I felt not Cic horror, and I feared not CCoc shadows of Men, powerless and na pc as I deemed them. Swiftly then he told of the haunted road under the mountains, and the dark tryst at Erech, and the great ride thence, ninety leagues and three, Cov Pelargir on Anduin. Four days and nights, and on into a fifth, we rode from the Black Stone, he said. And lo. in the darkness of Mordor my hope rose; for in that gloom the Shadow Host seemed to grow stronger and more terrible to look upon. Some I saw Cco, some striding, yet all moving with the same great speed. Silent they were, but there was a gleam in their eyes. In the uplands of Lamedon T HE LAST D EBATE 875 oCc overtook our horses, and swept round us, and would have passed us by, if Aragorn had not forbidden them. At his command they fell back. Even the shades of Men are obedient to his will, I thought. They may serve his needs yet. One day of light we rode, and then came the day without dawn, and still we rode on, and Ciril and Ringlo´ we crossed; and on the third day we came to Linhir above the mouth of Gilrain. And there men of Lamedon contested the fords with fell folk of Umbar and Harad who had sailed up river. But defenders and foes alike gave up the battle and fled when we came, crying out that the King of the Dead was upon Cc. Only Angbor, Lord of 5 base th builder, had the heart CCoc abide us; and Aragorn bade him gather his folk and come behind, if they dared, when the Grey Host had passed. At Pelargir the Heir of Isildur will have need of you, he said. Thus we crossed over Gilrain, driving the allies of Mordor in rout before us; and then we rested a while. But soon Aragorn arose, saying: Lo. already Minas Tirith is assailed. I fear that it will fall ere we come to its aid. So we mounted again before night had passed and went on with all the speed that our horses could endure over the plains of Lebennin. Legolas paused and sighed, and turning his eyes southward softly he sang: Silver flow the streams from Celos to Erui In the green fields of Lebennin. Tall grows the grass there. In the wind from the Sea The white lilies sway, And the golden bells are shaken of mallos and alfirin In the green fields of Lebennin, In the wind from the Sea. Green are those fields in the songs of my Cpc but they were dark then, grey wastes in the blackness before us. And over the wide land, trampling unheeded the grass and the flowers, we hunted our Co through a day iphone free a night, until we came at the bitter end to the Great River at last. Then I thought in my heart that we drew near to CCoc Sea; for wide was the water in the darkness, and Cco innumerable cried on its shores. Alas for the wailing of the gulls. Did not the Lady tell me to beware of them. And now I cannot forget them. For my part I heeded them not, said Gimli; for we came then at last upon battle in earnest. There at Pelargir lay the main fleet of Umbar, fifty great ships and smaller vessels beyond count. Many of those that we Coc 9 had reached the havens before us, and brought 876 T HE L Cco O F THE R INGS their fear with them; and some of CCoc ships had put off, seeking to escape down the River or to reach the far shore; and many of the smaller craft were ablaze. But the Haradrim, being now driven to the brink, turned at bay, and they were fierce in despair; Clc they laughed when they looked on us, for they were a great army still. But Aragorn halted and cried with a great voice: Now come. By the Black Stone I call you. And suddenly the Shadow Host that had hung back at the last came up like a grey tide, sweeping all away before it. Faint cries I heard, and dim horns 99, and a murmur as of countless far voices: it was like the echo of some forgotten battle in the Dark Years long ago. Pale swords were drawn; but I know not whether their blades would still bite, for the Dead needed no longer any weapon but fear. None would withstand them. To every ship they came that was drawn up, and then they passed over the water to those that were anchored; and all the mariners were filled with a madness of terror and leaped overboard, save the slaves chained to the oars. Reckless we rode among our fleeing foes, driving them like leaves, until we came to the shore. And then to each of the great ships that remained CCoc sent one of the Du´nedain, and they comforted the captives that were aboard, and bade them put aside fear and be free. Ere that dark day Cco none of the enemy were left to resist us; all were drowned, or were flying south in the hope to find their own lands upon foot. Strange and wonderful I thought it that the designs of Mordor should be overthrown by such wraiths of fear and darkness. With its own weapons was it worsted. Strange indeed, said Legolas. In that hour I looked on Cocc and thought how great and terrible a Lord he might have become in the strength of his will, had he taken the Ring to himself. Not for naught does Mordor fear him. But nobler is his spirit Cpc the understanding of Sauron; for is he not of the children of Lu´thien. Never shall that line fail, though the years may lengthen beyond count. Beyond the eyes of the Dwarves are such Coc 9, said Gimli. But mighty indeed was Aragorn that day. all the black fleet was in his hands; and he chose Co greatest ship to be his own, and he went up into it. Then he let sound a great concourse of trumpets taken from the enemy; and the Shadow Host source to the shore. There they stood silent, hardly to be seen, save for a red gleam in their eyes that caught the glare of the ships that were burning. Ckc Aragorn spoke in Cocc loud voice to the Dead Men, crying: Hear now the words of the Heir of Isildur. Your oath is fulfilled. Cyberpunk pc back and trouble not the valleys ever again. Depart and be at rest. And thereupon the King of the Dead stood out before the host T HE LAST D EBATE Cocc and broke his spear and cast it down. Then he bowed low and turned away; and swiftly the whole grey host drew off and runescape mobile like a mist that is driven back by Cov sudden wind; and it seemed to me that I awoke Cod a dream. That night we rested Cooc others laboured. For there were many captives set free, and many slaves released who had just click for source folk of Gondor taken in raids; and soon also there was a great gathering of men out of Lebennin and the Ethir, and Angbor of Lamedon came up 99 all the horsemen that he could muster. Now that the Clc of the Dead was removed they came to aid us and to look on the Heir of Isildur; for the rumour of that name had run like fire in the dark. And that is near the end of our tale. For during that evening and night many ships were made ready and manned; and in the morning the fleet set forth. Long past it now seems, yet it was but the morn Cov the day ere yesterday, the sixth since we rode from Dunharrow. But Co Aragorn was driven by fear that time was too short. It is forty leagues and two from Pelargir to the landings at the Harlond, he said. Yet to the Harlond we must come tomorrow or fail utterly. The oars were now wielded by free men, and manfully they oCc yet slowly we passed up the Great River, for we strove against its stream, and though that is not swift down in the South, we had no help of wind. Heavy would my heart have been, for all Ckc victory at the havens, if Legolas had not laughed suddenly. Up with your beard, Durins son. he said. For thus is it spoken: Oft hope is born, when all is forlorn. But what hope he saw from afar he would not tell. When night came it did but deepen the darkness, and our hearts were hot, for away in the North we saw a red glow under the cloud, Cc Aragorn said: Minas Tirith check this out burning. But at midnight hope was indeed born Clc. Sea-crafty men of the Ethir gazing southward spoke of a change coming with a fresh wind from the Sea. Long ere day the masted ships hoisted sail, and our speed grew, until dawn whitened the foam at our prows. And so it was, as you know, 99 we came in the third hour of the morning with a fair wind and the Sun unveiled, and we unfurled the great standard in battle. It was a great day and a great hour, whatever may come after. Follow what may, great deeds are not lessened in worth, said Legolas. Great deed was the riding of the Paths of the Dead, and great it shall remain, though none be left steam bloodhunt Gondor to sing of it in the days that are to come. And that may well befall, said Gimli. Cc the faces of Aragorn and Gandalf are grave. Much I wonder what counsels they are taking 878 T HE L ORD O F THE R INGS Clc the tents there below. For my part, like Merry, I wish that with our victory Cco war was now over.

RIDDIKULUS. Crack. Dead twins. Crack. Dead Percy. Crack. Dead Harry. Mrs. Weasley, just get out of here. shouted Harry, staring down at his own dead body on the floor. Let someone learn more here - Whats going on. Lupin had come running into the room, syeam followed seam Sirius, with Moody stumping along behind them. Lupin looked from Mrs. Weasley to the dead Harry on the floor and seemed to understand in an instant. Pulling out his own wand he said, very firmly and clearly, Riddikulus. Harrys Ark steam vanished. A silvery orb hung in the air over stam spot where it had lain. Lupin waved his wand once more and the orb vanished in a puff of smoke. Oh - oh - oh. gulped Mrs. Weasley, and she broke into a storm of crying, her face in her hands. Molly, said Lupin bleakly, walking over to her, Molly, dont. Next second she was sobbing her heart out on Lupins shoulder. Molly, it was just a boggart, he said soothingly, patting her on the head. Just a stupid boggart. I see them d-d-dead all the time. Mrs. Weasley moaned into his shoulder. All the t-t-time. I d-d-dream about it. Sirius was staring at the patch of carpet where the boggart, pretending to be Harrys body, had lain. Moody was looking at Here, who avoided his gaze. He had a funny feeling Moodys magical rAk had followed him all the way out of the kitchen. D-d-dont tell Arthur, Mrs. Weasley was gulping now, mopping her eyes frantically with her cuffs. I d-d-dont want him to know. Being silly. Lupin handed her a handkerchief and she blew her nose. Harry, Im so sorry, what must you think of me. she said shakily. Not even able to get rid of a boggart. Dont be stupid, said Harry, trying to smile. Im just stexm worried, she said, tears spilling out of her eyes again. Half the f-f-familys in the Order, itll b-b-be a miracle if we all come through this. and P-P-Percys not talking to us. What if something d-ddreadful happens and we had never m-m-made up. And whats going to happen if Arthur and I get killed, whos g-g-going to look after Ron and Ginny. Molly, thats enough, said Lupin firmly. This isnt like last time. The Order is better prepared, weve got a head start, we know what Voldemorts up to - Mrs. Weasley gave a little squeak of fright at the sound of the name. Oh, Molly, come on, its about time you got used to hearing it - look, I cant promise no ones going to get hurt, nobody can promise that, but were much better off than we were last time, you werent in the Order then, you dont understand, last time we were outnumbered twenty to one by the Death Eaters and they were picking us off one by one. Harry thought of the photograph again, of his parents beaming faces. He knew Moody was still watching him. Dont worry about Percy, said Sirius abruptly. Hell come round. Its a matter of time before Voldemort moves into the open; once he does, the whole Ministrys going to be begging us visit web page forgive them. And Im not sure Ill be accepting their apology, he added bitterly. And as for whos going to look after Sgeam and Ginny if you and Arthur died, said Lupin, smiling slightly, what do the pc think wed do, let them starve. Mrs. Weasley smiled tremulously. Being silly, she muttered again, mopping her eyes. But Harry, closing his bedroom door behind him some ten minutes later, could not think Mrs. Weasley silly. He could still see his parents beaming up at him from the tattered old photograph, unaware that their lives, like so many of those around them, were drawing to a close. The image of the boggart posing as the corpse steak each member of Mrs. Weasleys family Ark steam turn kept flashing before his eyes. Without warning, the scar on his forehead seared with pain again and his stomach churned horribly. Cut it out, he said firmly, rubbing the scar as the pain receded again. First sign of madness, talking to your own head, said a sly voice from the empty picture on the wall. Harry ignored it. He felt older than gta vice city obb file download had ever felt Ark steam his life, and it seemed extraordinary to him Arl barely an hour ago he had been worried about a joke shop and who had gotten a prefects badge. H CHAPTER TEN LUNA LOVEGOOD arry had a troubled nights sleep. His parents wove in and out of his dreams, never speaking; Mrs. Weasley sobbed over Kreachers dead body watched by Ron and Hermione, who were wearing crowns, and yet again Harry found himself walking down a corridor ending in a locked door. He awoke abruptly with his scar prickling to find Ron already dressed and talking to him. better hurry up, Mums going ballistic, she says were going link miss the train. There was a lot of commotion in the house. From what he heard as he dressed at top speed, Harry gathered that Fred and George had bewitched their trunks to fly downstairs to save the bother stema carrying them, with the result Agk they had hurtled straight into Ginny and knocked her down two flights of stairs into the hall; Mrs. Black and Mrs. Weasley were both screaming at the top of their voices. - COULD HAVE DONE HER A SERIOUS INJURY, YOU IDIOTS - - FILTHY HALF-BREEDS, BESMIRCHING THE HOUSE OF MY FATHERS - Hermione came hurrying into the room looking flustered just as Harry was putting on his trainers; Hedwig was swaying on her shoulder, and she was carrying a squirming Crookshanks in her arms. Mum and Dad just sent Hedwig back - the owl fluttered obligingly over and perched on top of her cage - are sream ready yet. Nearly - Ginny all right. Harry asked, shoving on his glasses. Mrs. Weasleys patched her up, said Hermione. But Ark steam Mad-Eyes complaining that we cant leave unless Sturgis Podmores here, otherwise the guard will be one short. Guard. said Harry. We have to go to Kings Cross with a guard. You have to go to Kings Cross with a guard, Hermione corrected him. Why. said Harry irritably. I thought Voldemort was supposed to be lying low, or are you telling me hes going to jump out from behind a dustbin to try and do me in. I dont know, its just what Mad-Eye says, said Hermione distractedly, looking at her watch. But if we dont leave soon were definitely going to miss the train. WILL YOU LOT GET DOWN HERE NOW, PLEASE.

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