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Unfinished Tales of Numenor and Middle-earth - Cirion And Eorl and the Friendship of Gondor and Rohan: The Ride of Eorl Summary & Analysis

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Cirion And Eorl and the Friendship of Gondor and Rohan: The Ride of Eorl Summary

When the people of Eotheod lived close to Gondor, the two remained strong allies. Gondor knew that they could call on their friends in times of need, so it was very troubling to them when the Eotheodian people were driven from their homes to the far north. Messages still passed between the two, but the great distance made even this difficult. By the time Cirion became Steward of Gondor, many of these scouts never returned from their journeys. Yet when Cirion becomes aware of a great force moving against Gondor, he turns to Eotheod for aid. Knowing that their way would be fraught with peril, Cirion sent out six messengers in pairs, each with a day between them. Still he did...

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