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Radagast not being her servant

Hi, Just coming by to say something: there are mentions in this article of Radagast being Yavanna's servant, and it links as source to the Unfinish Tale's chapter of the Istari. Funnily enough, there is no such mention of him being her servant from what I can read on him. Any possibility someone can change this up?2001:981:FC7A:1:577:B842:D2EF:6195 17:52, December 23, 2018 (UTC)

No, Radagast is not explicitly said to be her servant, but it can be inferred from the fact she begged Curumo (Saruman) to take him, and from Christopher Tolkien's note that each Istari was chosen by each respective Vala for their innate characteristics. Aiwendil (Radagast) was specially chosen by Yavanna because he valued the same things she did, and by going to Middle-earth to do work (serve) on her behalf, he can be considered her "servant" in at least some respect. --Bitterhand (talk) 21:44, December 23, 2018 (UTC)

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