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Gandalf
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Info
Level 1
Imperial Male
Hatchday
Dec 26, 2016 (1 year)
Stats Growth
Length
28.49M
Wingspan
14.92M
Weight
7563.28KG
Genes
PrimaryGrey Crystal
SecondaryGrey Stripes
TertiaryGrey Underbelly
Energy: 49 / 50
Apparel & Skins
Lineage
Parents
Offspring
none
Familiar
Information
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Aliases:
  • Olórin
  • Mithrandir
  • Tharkûn
  • Incánus
  • Greyhame

Titles:
  • Servant of the Secret Fire
  • Wielder of the Flame of Anor
  • The Grey Pilgrim
  • The White Rider

Gandalf
The Grey

Contrary to popular opinion,

*cough*ThorinOakenshield*cough*

Gandalf is not solely responsible for all the unusual things that happen in this world. His magic is not the only magic in existence. He is certainly not capable of traveling between worlds under his own power, nor is he the one who turned them all into Dragons (of all things), either.

He is completely innocent of all accusations, thank you kindly.

And, truthfully, just as irritated with the whole situation as the aforementioned Dwarf King.

Since landing in Middle Earth by the will of Manwe and Varda, Olórin had only rarely been able to speak (if you could call it that) with the Valar. They had been the ones to send him there; to convince him to go and urge him on. They occasionally came to him in his pseudo-sleep, though it was more of a feeling or a presence; a pressure in his heart and mind urging him in a certain direction. And once upon his death (and subsequent rebirth) at the hands of a Balrog, they had intervened and sent him back, telling him his work was not yet finish.

He had expected some sort of interaction upon arriving in Valinor. A pat on the back. Job well done. Something. Anything.

There was nothing.

At all.

And certainly if they were going to send him into another world entirely, they would have said something?

However, if the Valar had been the ones to drop him and a company of dwarves into another world, they made no contact with him.

Didn’t ask his opinion on the matter, either.

And did he ever have opinions on that matter.

Also, there is that minor inconvenience of being The Grey again. He hadn’t quite realized the difference in power between The Grey and The White but frankly this feels like a bit of a downgrade.

 
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