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Grimbold is a character in the fiction of J.R.R. Tolkien. J. R. R. Tolkien in 1916. ...

He was a rider of the Rohirrim and died in the Battle of Pelennor. In J. R. R. Tolkiens fictional universe of Middle-earth, the Rohirrim were the people of Rohan. ...

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Amazon.com: Grimbold's Other World: Books: Nicholas Stuart Gray (1171 words)
This book straddles many lines: it's a book that can be read to young children; it can be read by young adults making their first forays into book-length fiction; and it can be read and enjoyed by adults looking to recapture some of the magic of childhood.
Grimbold is a large fl cat who guides Muffler, the foundling child raised by farmers, on many midnight adventures through the "night world", where everything becomes, physically, what it is spiritually, or mentally.
Grimbold is full of dry, sarcastic humor, and Muffler is an endearing character for children and parents alike.
Council of Elrond :: LotR News and Information (590 words)
Grimbold manned the Fords of Isen with footmen from the Westfold.
Grimbold still held his position, but soon he saw torches coming from the north and from Isengard.
Grimbold could not hold the Eastbank and withdrew from it, forming a great shield wall about his camp.
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