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galadriels:

"Your duty is with your people,’ he answered.
"Too often have I heard of duty," she cried. "But am I not of the house of Eorl, a shield-maiden and not a dry-nurse? I have waited on faltering feet long enough. Since they falter no longer, it seems, may I not now spend my life as I will?"
"Few may do that with honour," he answered. "But as for you, lady: did you not accept the charge to govern the people until their lord’s return. If you had not been chosen, then some marshal or captain would have been set in the same place, and he could not ride away from his charge, were he weary of it or no."
"Shall I always be chosen," she said bitterly. "Shall I always be left behind when the Riders depart, to mind the house while they win renown, and find food and beds when they return?”

PARTS OF THE BOOK THAT WEREN’T IN THE MOVIE


1 year ago · 6,170 notes · originally from galadriels
#éowyn #aragorn #lord of the rings #tolkien

galadriels:

'Your news is all of woe!' cried Éomer in dismay. 'Great harm is this death to Minas Tirith, and to us all. That was a worthy man! All spoke his praise. He came seldom to the Mark, for he was ever in the wars on the East-borders; but I have seen him. More like to the swift sons of Eorl than to the grave Men of Gondor he seemed to me, and likely to prove a great captain of his people when his time came.'

PARTS OF THE BOOK THAT WEREN’T IN THE MOVIE


1 year ago · 1,955 notes · originally from galadriels
#aragorn #éomer #ROHAN #lord of the rings #tolkien

Here is Aragorn, son of Arathorn, chieftain of the Dúnedain of Arnor, Captain of the Host of the West, bearer of the Star of the North, wielder of the Sword Reforged, victorious in battle, whose hands bring healing, the Elfstone, Elessar of the line of Valandil, Isildur’s son, Elendil’s son of Numenor.

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boromirs:

Put aside the ranger, 

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mirkwoodling:

lotr 30 day challenge | day 12 | favourite scene in elvish

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One thing I’ve learned about hobbits: they are most hardy folk.

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