Originally posted on JRR Tolkien Examiner.
March 7, 3019 TA: Frodo and Sam are taken prisoner by Faramir and the Rangers of Ithilien. They are taken to Henneth Annûn, where Gollum is captured.
March 8, 3019 TA: Aragorn, Legolas and Gimli travel the Paths of the Dead.
March 10, 3019 TA: The Witch-king of Angmar and the armies of Minas Morgul set out to attack Minas Tirith.
March 11, 3019 TA: Sauron’s forces attack Rohan and Lórien.
March 13, 3019 TA: With the aid of the Dead Men of Dunharrow, Aragorn captures the fleet of the Corsairs of Umbar at Pelargir. Meanwhile Frodo, poisoned by Shelob, is captured by Orcs and imprisoned in Cirith Ungol.
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