- 'The New Age begins,' said Gandalf, 'and in this age it may well prove that the kingdoms of Men shall outlast you, Fangorn my friend.6.6 — Book 6 Chapter 6 — Many Partings (39% in)
- For, my lords, it may well prove that we ourselves shall perish utterly in a black battle far from the living lands; so that even if Barad-dur be thrown down, we shall not live to see a new age.5.9 — Book 5 Chapter 9 — The Last Debate (80% in)
- And better so than to perish nonetheless — as we surely shall, if we sit here — and know as we die that no new age shall be.5.9 — Book 5 Chapter 9 — The Last Debate (80% in)
- ...and its gates were wrought of mithril and steel, and its streets were paved with white marble; and the Folk of the Mountain laboured in it, and the Folk of the Wood rejoiced to come there; and all was healed and made good, and the houses were filled with men and women and the laughter of children, and no window was blind nor any courtyard empty; and after the ending of the Third Age of the world into the new age it preserved the memory and the glory of the years that were gone.6.5 — Book 6 Chapter 5 — The Steward and the King (70% in)
- The Third Age of the world is ended, and the new age is begun; and it is your task to order its beginning and to preserve what may be preserved.6.5 — Book 6 Chapter 5 — The Steward and the King (87% in)
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