"That can't be." said Pallando, as he came up with the others. "The fate of the Nine rests with the One, and with its Master, and we both know they have passed, Mithrandir."
"Yes, and I saw Barad-Dur fall," said Meneldor. "You were the one who sent Gwaihir, Landroval and myself to retrieve the Ringbearers from the ruin of Mordor, and the remaining Nazgul were destroyed, you saw it, too."
The Eagle didn't want to believe what Gandalf was saying. If this was true, he came to the conclusion that the wizard was coming to. Not by the hand of man. Of those there, he was the only one who was not man. Meneldor, who had never known fear, and had dived on the Nazgul without knowing their terror, was now chilled by what Gandalf said.
But, could this be what brought even Gandalf back from the West? He wondered.
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