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Lie Down in the Darkness, Rise up from the Ash
Ch. 8: Shrive Me Graceless on My Path
It's just too bad for him that at the moment, the Powers That Be in Arda seem not to be listening.
[flips Them a suitably reverential bird]
Interestingly, the several ends to which the Fellowship have dispersed are much the same as they were in the book - or seem so. We have yet to discover what Aragorn, Gimli and Legolas will choose. But of course the way in which they choose, or meet their separate fates, is very different: Frodo and Sam taking a formal leave of their friends, for example. And of course the overhanging Shadow is effecting all kinds of changes that nobody can know about - the arrival of Gildor in Tol Eressëa, for example, when he departed on the same ship as Frodo in the original story, some four/five years later. Whether that message will actually help any of those left behind remains to be seen.
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