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The ListenerHis name was Lathron. He never forgave his parents for bestowing him with such a curse.He could hear his father laughing all the way from Mando's Halls as the child droned on and on. Lathron punched the unfortunate lump of dough as the young prince's tirade continued."
It's not fair! I just came back yesterday afternoon from scouting the trade routes, then I was in council all evening with the ambassadors from Rivendell, and afterward I had to attend a feast which lasted well-past midnight! I even reported in on-time this morning, but did Pengaer appreciate that? No! He gave me a ten-minute dressing down, in front of half the army because I 'looked like my mother had tied on my armor!'" Prince Legolas ceased pacing, and slumped onto a barrel.Lathron sighed. He liked Thranduil's younger son. Mostly because, out of the king's three offspring, Legolas was the most quiet."He's wrong. Mother knows how tie on armor." Lathron rolled his eyes. I used to like Thranduil's youngest s