An Adventure- Bilbo x Reader Chpt. 5You were so intensely focused on aiding your party that you missed Gandalf creeping along the ridge as you crept forward to stab the leg of the troll about to eat Bombor, causing him to drop him as you darted back into the shadows.An Adventure- Bilbo x Reader Chpt. 51 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
“There's summin’ else out ‘ere” the troll said after he yelped, his hand going to the new wound you’d given him. You quickly darted out and stabbed another in the arm causing him to yelp as well and then turn to Bilbo with narrowed eyes, “Is ‘ere more of you, burglehobbit?”
“Wait I smell summat… human,” said another and you silently cursed yourself for not noticing when the direction of the wind changed. The first troll, and likely the smartest of the bunch, smacked his friend on the back of the head as he sniffed the air, “Human you say. Smells more like elf.”
The dwarves fell silent, interested in this bit of information as they realized you were the only one n
It Had to Happen Series-Bilbo x ReaderYou arrived in Rivendell less than an hour after the company did, galloping up on your oversized horse with a grin on your face just as Elrond was about to lead them inside.It Had to Happen Series-Bilbo x Reader1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
There were grins and smiles from each member of the party, even Thorin couldn’t hide the slight tug at the corners of his lips, they were so very glad that, as usual, Gandalf was right.
You swung yourself off the horse, landing gracefully on the ground below before bounding over to sweep Bilbo up into a large hug. The hobbit was used to your sudden affectionate greetings by now and returned the hug in kind, “Good to have you back along side us (F/n).”
Gandalf chuckled as you released your friend as quickly as you had taken him up, spinning to greet him, “Yes, my dear it is quite good to have you back. I only wish it had been sooner as your aid would have been greatly welcome on the road we only just left behind us.”
Some of the dwarfs gave nods of agreement and you rolled your eyes,
An Adventure- Bilbo x Reader Chpt. 6You and Blossom sauntered along the plain, you lying on his back as you sighed heavily, you hadn’t really wanted to leave but you had felt there was no other choice. They didn’t want you there anymore with your mixed blood, like all the others you would have quickly been cast out for being what you were- A mix of all three main races with your mother being pure elf and your father half human and half dwarf. Individuals like you were extremely rare and looked down upon by every race with disgust.An Adventure- Bilbo x Reader Chpt. 61 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
No one wanted a Mutt. You hated the word but right now... it felt like a title you deserved.
Those dwarves had become like family, the family you’d never really had as your parents had died when you where just a wee one. Gandalf had taken you in at a young age as your mixed heritage gave you an array of skills unlike any other and you looked to him as a father and a mentor because he was all you had. You thought of Bilbo for a moment and you chest clenched, you hoped he would
An Adventure- Bilbo x Reader Chpt. 13Standing on the balcony with Gandalf, you shivered, turning from him and pressing your hands over your face with a soft hum. Had anyone seen your face then, they would have watched your eyes go a milky white and a crack like design pattern the skin around them, both giving off a soft glow.An Adventure- Bilbo x Reader Chpt. 131 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
You could see it… someone was coming to Rivendell- a man and a woman- they would be there by nightfall. You let your hands fall, the moment passed, and looked up to Gandalf who was watching you with a sense of cautious curiosity, “Saruman the White is on his way along with a blond maiden of elven decent whom I do not know the name of… I believe they intend to put our quest to an end.”
“Galadriel…” Gandalf breathed, looking out at Imladris again, “You must take the dwarves and go.”
There was a period of silence before you softly queried, “Will you convince them of the darkness? I feel it, Gandalf… even now, in this peaceful place, t
An Adventure- Bilbo x Reader Chpt. 7Elrond emerged from some far off hall as they were eating, the dwarves examining the food they’d been given disdainfully as they conversed in hushed tones. Gandalf looked to him in a silent question and the elven Lord gave a slight nodded and offered, “It will heal nicely. I have left her to clean up and change clothes, though I believe she will have some trouble. Arwen, would you please check on our guest?”An Adventure- Bilbo x Reader Chpt. 71 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
“Of course, Adar.”
The young elf knocked lightly on your door, opening it when she heard a call from inside. She found you fully clean and dressed but struggling with the long impossibly tangled locks that fell down your back in a wet clump. She quickly assessed that you couldn’t bring your arm up far enough to run the comb through them and you were grumbling under your breath about how you should just cut it all off.
She hummed in amusement and you turned to see who could possibly have come to check on you, blushing red when yo
An Adventure- Bilbo x Reader Chpt. 12You came to a screeching halt, barely managing to keep from running in to Kili who had done much the same in front of you when Thorin had appeared to level him with a disapproving and scolding glare.An Adventure- Bilbo x Reader Chpt. 121 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Fili on the other hand did not have as much control and came barreling into you, throwing you into Kili and in turn all three of you to the floor in front of Thorin. The dwarf looked down at the pile in front of him as you all scrambled to get up, standing in a row in front of him like small children in front of an angry parent.
“What do you think you’re doing?” Thorin growled and Kili went to respond but you beat him to it, “It was my fault Thorin. I was messing with Kili and things got a little out of hand.”
He just glared at you, “Fili. Kili. A word.”
You shot them an apologetic glance as they trailed their uncle and then darted away to the only place you knew you could go where there would be no conflict with anyone, elf or dwarf alike. The sta
An Adventure- Bilbo x Reader Chpt. 18A vertically hanging tree was honestly probably the worst place you could be right now but you were oddly calm, turning to back to look at Gandalf. You could see he had something planned but with dwarves hanging precariously off the tree and his staff, he was doubting whether it would play out in time. Bilbo had a supportive arm wrapped around your waist to keep you from falling and you let him keep it there even though you were hardly at risk of doing so.An Adventure- Bilbo x Reader Chpt. 181 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Your head snapped around when you heard Kili yell, “Fili!” as he pounced to help his brother when the branch beneath him snapped. Simply acting instead of thinking, you launched yourself away from Bilbo, winding your legs around a branch as you caught Fili’s hands in yours. You gritted you teeth as you struggled with his weight and sighed internally- dangling… again.
You forced a grin at him, “Blimey you’re heavy. Thank the stars it wasn’t Bombur.”
He gave a weak chuckle as you closed
Chocolate loveToday is a different day at ONU.why? , because the only person who never gets angry at these's meetings is Belgium.Chocolate love3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
And today she is livid of rage [even her former boss step away from her]
The usually nation that get angry in these ´s meetings are: Germany, Russia [nah, he just love scary people], Hungary [if you ever disturbed Austria you will feel her wrath], England, Switzerland and Spain [if you hit on his precious Lovino you weren't come back alive]
But Belgium? Well to understand this better let go back a little
Before the meeting start, Belgium[her human name is Femke ] was organized her paper [as if, everyone knows that nothing is ever done in this meeting] when she hear something behind the door
Femke was all lecture by her older brother, Holland, to never listen behind the door any conversation that don't concerns about her
But, you know what they says, the curiosity kill the cat
So she put gently put her ear at the door and starts to hark the mysterious conve
At Autumn's EndAt Autumn's End2 years ago in Romance More Like This
At Autumn's End
It was nearing the end of autumn and the world was a mixture of yellow, orange, brown, and a million different shades of green. It was a time of beauty and unimaginable change for the forces of nature, and yet Kelda was always sad to see the transition. She had always taken great pleasure in the warmer months, for life was plentiful and the world seemed brighter. But at the cusp between summer and winter, Kelda found her spirits low, knowing that all the lovely colors would soon be gone. Leaving only gray and white until spring of the next year. But for the first time since she could remember, Kelda didn't feel sorrowful about the change. This year something was different. . .
The beautiful woman was currently in her garden, watering her herbs and flowers with care, as she sang them a little jaunty that had been stuck in her head all day. Kelda knew that the song had come to her because of what she had p
CountingCountingCounting4 years ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
Gimli yelled as he slid under the Uruk-Hai Berserker. The creature raised his blade, but too late, and Gimli's axe caught it in the belly.
"Legolas! Two already!" Gimli called to his Elvin companion.
"I'm on seventeen!" Legolas called back, drawing back his bow.
"What? I'll have no pointy-ear outscoring me!" Gimli turned rapidly and sought out another foe to cleave. He was almost out of earshot when he heard Legolas yell "nineteen". Frustration gave strength to his swings, and another uruk fell to his axe.
The Uruk-Hai outside of the wall stood restlessly. Their group wasn't due to enter the battle for awhile, and the sounds of battle on top of the wall made them impatient. Only their discipline kept them from all storming the wall at once. Ladders were unreliable, and it was practically suicide to go up one.
And besides, there was a new sound rising over the din of the battlefield, one that made the uruks more and more reluctant to go up the ladders.
"Seventeen! Eighteen! Nin
A Father's Love“Because I’m King, and as King, I can and shall do what I want, and what I want now is to take the day off and spend some quality time with my son, whom I have not seen for many a long years, and that is final!”A Father's Love1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
The Elvenking sat back in his throne, arms and legs crossed, his soft lower lip protruding ever so slightly forward in what could only be described as a pout. His son stood before him, accompanied by the King’s advisor, trying hard to remain serious and not laugh at his father’s rather childish expression. The advisor sighed, smiling ever so slightly, knowing that he could not change his stubborn King’s mind.
“As you wish, my Lord.”
Thranduil cleared his throat, his face returning to its usual regal calm and he nodded his dismissal to his advisor, who quickly left, leaving behind the father and son. Thranduil’s expression immediately softened as he stood, smiling down fondly at the golden-haired elf before him wh
An Adventure- Bilbo x Reader Chpt. 4Things took a turn for the worse when Throin made the decision to stop for the evening in a place that Gandalf specifically disapproved of. You stuck close to your mentor and found yourself agreeing with him, this place gave you a bad feeling. There was nothing odd about that as you normally agreed with Gandalf, it was what happened next that drew the interest of many of the company.An Adventure- Bilbo x Reader Chpt. 41 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
As soon as Thorin began to curse the elves and all their kind you spun and walked off, Gandalf looking after you worriedly before continuing his conversation with Thorin. None of them, aside from probably Gandalf, had ever seen you that way, the expression on your face pained and dejected as you completely ignored Fili, Kili, Balin, and even Bilbo.
You found a tree, grabbed the bottom branch, and swung up into it with ease, climbing to the very top to sulk on a fat branch.
“What do you suppose that was about?” Bilbo asked Balin, looking at your leafy refuge.
The dwarf didn’t have a
Why do we love LOTR?Why do we love LOTR?4 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
Why Do We Love the Lord of the Rings?
Have you ever been rambling on about Frodo and Sam's amazing friendship, or Gandalf's awesome sword-fighting moves, or Aragorn's strong need of shampoo to a non-LOTR friend or relative and suddenly been asked 'For crying out LOUD! What is so great about that story anyway???' and you stop. And think about it. And a rush of words and reasons come flooding into your head all at once and you can't make head or tail out of any, so you end up saying something dumb like, 'I dunno' when really you do know, but it's a feeling you just can't explain. Maybe even a stirring of your heart, that makes you long for the goodness and purity of Middle Earth, the honour and justice, the mercy and truth, the self-sacrifice and faith, perserverance in the midst of tragedy, and, perhaps most of all, good fighting against evil, and winning.
As C.S.Lewis once said; ' If we find ourselves with a desire that nothing in this world can satisfy, the most probable explanation i
Elvish: Part ThreeIce: MeasŰElvish: Part Three10 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
Bole: Nein (of tree)
Seared Onto My Heart. Angels Take Manhattan Fic.A/N: Spoilers for Angels Take Manhattan.Seared Onto My Heart. Angels Take Manhattan Fic.3 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
River sighed angrily while she watched the Doctor. She was sitting on the seat beside the console watching while he flew his ship into the vortex. Ever since he read the afterward Amy wrote for the Melody Malone novel, he had been determined to go back to when she was seven and see her one more time. River had tried to talk him out of it, reasoning it would only bring him more heartache but he refused to listen and now he was barely speaking to her. Still, River was extremely stubborn so she tried to get through to him again.
"It won't change things," River said as he walked around the console to his monitor. "You can't change the future by doing this."
"I know that, River," the Doctor growled under his breath. "I'm not trying to change the future. I just want to see her one more time."
"Doctor, you're only making it worse," River said. "You need to let go and move on."
"I CAN'T MOVE ON!" the Doctor roared at her.
He swallowed hard when he saw t
Beware a Master of WordsIf the pen is mightier than the swordBeware a Master of Words3 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
Then a writer is a mighty man indeed
He is a master of words
And poetry is his creed
His simple phrases
Placed in simple rhyme
Twist thoughts and emotions
Like a child with twine
He can make you feel
Like the rough edges
Of a dragons bone
He can make you smell
Without a single breath
The cold rotting scent
Of a thing we call death
He can make you hear
A foreign sound
Like a loud-mouthed bard
In a renaissance town
It is with his words
He commits inception
With honest thoughts
And cruel deception
But before you know it
You will agree
With whatever he writes
Don't you see?
For the day is coming
When you'll find
That all your thoughts
Are from his mind
So heed this advice
Lest ye future grieve
The greatest lies
Are the ones you want to believe
ImladrisIn Imladris, in RivendellImladris3 years ago in Traditional Fixed Forms More Like This
Are secrets more than I can tell
There ancient lore of long-lost lands
Still lingers on in elven hands
In Rivendell, in Imladris
Are love and laughter, joy and bliss
East of Sea few places remain
That grant such sure surcease from pain
In Imladris, in Rivendell
They shall not yet say their farewell
For even when all else may fade
Some light shall live, untouched by shade.
An unexpected and awkward adventure (prologue)An unexpected and awkward adventure (prologue)2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Bilba Baggins was just a simple hobbit. Nothing out of the ordinary ever happened anymore. She lived all alone in her kindly little hobbit hole in peace. She had grown up in her home and planned to die there as well. She had in fact missed her home, Bag End, when she had married many years previously. Her husband was quiet the dull, well respected hobbit. Bilba on the other hand had quiet the adventurous side to her. A side that made her dear mother, Belladonna Took, overjoyed with pride till the day she died.
Bilba and her husband had divorced, technically, years ago when she had gotten pregnant and he accused her of being a harlot and left her. That’s when Bilba had returned to Bag End and with the help of her mother, her father had died in the winter, and the guiding hand of Gandalf the Grey, a wizard that had been a family friend for years. When Danny was born, Bilba vowed to take care of him and love him forever. As did Belladonna.
The other Hobbits of the Shire believ
Sick with a Cold thorin'scompanyxreader"Ah choo!"Sick with a Cold thorin'scompanyxreader6 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Bless you, y/n. Are you getting sick?" Bilbo asked, the concern evident in his voice.
"No, of course not, it's just allergies. Nothing to worry about."
Actually, you felt terribly ill. Riding through the pouring down rain all day had you experiencing the beginning symptoms of a very nasty cold, but you weren't about to show any weakness in front of the company. You were relieved when the rain finally stopped and Thorin decided it was time to bed down for the night. All you wanted to do was curl up in a blanket beside the fire.
You felt so poorly that you hardly even touched your dinner. A fact which made Bilbo inquire as to your health for a second time. His concern truly was touching. As soon as you wrapped your blanket around you and lay down, you fell into a restless sleep full of unpleasant dreams.
Sometime in the night, you awoke with an excruciating headache, a terrible sore throat, and covered in sweat. You suddenly became aware of an almost suffocating weight coveri
Guide to graven ones.Guide to graven ones.3 years ago in Settings More Like This
The Graven One.
By The Purple Man.
The Graven one is an necromancer class in itself, yet one of structures that goes beyond the scourge and normal thoughts.
FIRST OF ALL!
Graven ones are first living and turn Undead in the end of their power.
Also think first this class is an prestige class and you will most likely be hated and called names for playing it.
* Eyes: The graven ones eyes are often an white or black colour without a glow just a simple shimmering wet white or black colour.
* Skin: The skin of an graven one is pale, sometimes sickly coloured and thin to nearly see through it.
* Other: A Graven one does NOT carry fangs or any other kind of misfit features, they are UNDEAD normal HUMANOIDS.
* Note: A Graven one do not grow anything extra, they lose weight, and muscles as they grow to the undeath of their own race slowly.
* Cloths: Often a black or gray suit of robes unless they summon their plate set of shadows and bones.
An Adventure- Bilbo x Reader Chpt. 10Was it too much to ask that you be allowed to sleep in?An Adventure- Bilbo x Reader Chpt. 101 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Yes of course it was.
Fili and Kili flew through your door with the rising sun, slowing to creep up on your sleeping form before jumping on your bed and nearly tossing you out of it. You were used to their rude awakenings by now and after an initial cry of shock, groaned and pulled the blankets over your head, “Why is it that you two rise with the sun and with just as much fire?”
They happily flopped down next to you, one on either side, “Wake up lass, daylight’s awasting.”
You swiftly kicked both of them off the bed and tumbling to the floor, “Then shoo while I change and after we will find some more amusing way to fill its hours.”
You were met with wide grins as they scrambled away to let you get ready. You rolled out of bed, stretching your muscles before running a hand over your wound, it was already healing nicely thanks to Elrond. Finding some clean clothes nearby, you grinned,
Pippin's SongPippin's Song11 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
I couldn't quite understand what I had done. In one shining moment, I had pledged to serve one whose son had died to save me. In my heart I had been pledging my serviced to Boromir.
In life I was pledging my services to a madman.
My thoughts turned to Merry momentarily. My dearest friends, where was he? I missed him so much. I was a foolish Took, I knew. I had done exactly what I had been advised against. And now I was here, serving this madman.
The sound of horse hooves gently clipping against the cobblestone road brought my eyes downward, to the streets. There rode Faramir, strong, brave, and unappreciated. The man was so like his brother in appearance, but also so different. He was true and kind, of meek and tender heart. Yet there he was, leaving the city, seeking a peace that would only come in death. I didn't want him to go, but I knew after having been rebuked by his father, there was no other choice for him. His desire to please the aging steward came before his own will to liv
An Adventure- Bilbo x Reader Chpt. 11As Bilbo explored the halls and balconies of Rivendell he couldn’t help but be reminded of his cozy hobbit hole back in the Shire. There was a sense of peace in this elven refuge that called to mind all the things that he had been missing on the road and all the comforts of home. He had found a quiet place to look over the area when Elrond found him, “Not with your companions?”An Adventure- Bilbo x Reader Chpt. 111 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
“Ah…I shall not be missed.” Bilbo said with a little frown, looking up at the elf before further explaining, “The truth is that most of them don’t think I should be on this journey.”
“Indeed,” Elrond nodded, looking the Hobbit over before stating, “I’ve heard that Hobbits are very resilient.”
Bilbo scoffed and then realized he was serious, “Really?”
“I’ve also heard they are fond of the comforts of home,” Elrond continued, looking out at his kingdom once again.
Bilbo let out a soft chuckle before co