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Windfola

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A grey horse of the [[Rohirrim]], whose name came from their tongue, meaning 'wind-foal'. Windfola was the horse that carried [[Éowyn]] (in the guise of [[Dernhelm]]) the long miles from [[Dunharrow]] to the [[Pelennor Fields]], secretly accompanied by [[Meriadoc Brandybuck]]. Windfola was in the charge of the [[Rohirrim]] into the [[Battle of the Pelennor Fields]], but at the onset of the [[Lord of the Nazgûl]], the horse went mad with fear, threw his riders, and fled in panic. Left behind by their steed, Éowyn and Merry brought down the [[Witch-king]], but by then Windfola had left them far behind him on the battlefield.
 
A grey horse of the [[Rohirrim]], whose name came from their tongue, meaning 'wind-foal'. Windfola was the horse that carried [[Éowyn]] (in the guise of [[Dernhelm]]) the long miles from [[Dunharrow]] to the [[Pelennor Fields]], secretly accompanied by [[Meriadoc Brandybuck]]. Windfola was in the charge of the [[Rohirrim]] into the [[Battle of the Pelennor Fields]], but at the onset of the [[Lord of the Nazgûl]], the horse went mad with fear, threw his riders, and fled in panic. Left behind by their steed, Éowyn and Merry brought down the [[Witch-king]], but by then Windfola had left them far behind him on the battlefield.
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Revision as of 03:11, 30 November 2005

A grey horse of the Rohirrim, whose name came from their tongue, meaning 'wind-foal'. Windfola was the horse that carried Éowyn (in the guise of Dernhelm) the long miles from Dunharrow to the Pelennor Fields, secretly accompanied by Meriadoc Brandybuck. Windfola was in the charge of the Rohirrim into the Battle of the Pelennor Fields, but at the onset of the Lord of the Nazgûl, the horse went mad with fear, threw his riders, and fled in panic. Left behind by their steed, Éowyn and Merry brought down the Witch-king, but by then Windfola had left them far behind him on the battlefield.