'Langlas has indeed done me a great boon by sending this with you. "The Lay of Nimrodel" is a sad story which has bearing upon our plight.
'Please, bring this scroll to Toronn and have him read this passage.' Bregar places a mark beside a stanza and hands you the scroll.
'If this does not make him understand, then we are fated to part.'
Langlas had given you a scroll to bring to Bregar at Duillond. Bregar recognized the poem as the "Lay of Nimrodel" and realized that a passage from the Lay might be enough to convince Toronn to remain in Middle-earth.
Bring 'The Lay of Nimrodel' to Toronn
Toronn accepts the scroll and begins to unroll it.
'Is this another attempt by Bregar to change my path?'
Toronn's eyes pass of the scroll and his expression softens as his eyes pass over the section marked by his brother.
'"And cursed the faithless ship that bore Him far from Nimrodel..." Though it is a sad tale, this was ever my favorite poem as a boy. It tells of the Amroth and Nimrodel, their parting and the coming of much sadness to Lorien, home to my Elf kin.'
Torron sighs and says with a whisper.
'Bregar is right. There is much to be done here before we go. I will not carry my pain aboard the White Ships and bring it to the West. Thank you for you help .'