With Théoden back in the fold, Gandalf can actually tell him what’s going on. He wants Éomer sent for, and Théoden sends Háma, now labeled untrustworthy as a guard, out to find him.
Gandalf also explains that Wormtongue isn’t exactly beloved by everyone else. In fact, while everyone calls him Wormtongue behind his back, Théoden never uses that title. That trust was ill placed. Gandalf takes the opportunity to catch Théoden up on Middle-earth news, and he secretly informs him of Frodo’s quest. Everyone gazes out east.
-Brego: Eorl’s son, and builder of the high hall at Edoras. Not Aragorn’s horse. I repeat, he is NOT Aragorn’s horse.
No one has any clue why they named Aragorn’s horse Brego in the movies. If you’re going to name it, and you’re not going to use the name conveniently offered in the book, why not make up another name? Using one that’s already taken doesn’t make any sense. But, everyone’s a critic. Especially people who know their sources.
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We leave our heroes looking out into the distance. Especially Legolas. On a clear day, elves can see forever. Look! Look with your special eyes!
Days Until The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey: 19
Less than 20!
“It seemed to Legolas, as he strained his farseeing eyes, that he caught a glint of white: far away perchance the sun twinkled on a pinnacle of the Tower of…”