Kissing the Blade 5Thorin wouldn’t leave Bilbo’s side. He cradled the hobbit’s head and draped his furs over the small body that they had to strip for easy clean up. They moved Fili closer to the fire where the blond rested, his hand holding onto Bilbo’s. He couldn’t do much, but the least he could do was keep an eye on the hobbit when his uncle started to doze off.More Like This
Throughout the night Fili would hear things, weird things that made him wish that he could move on his own. He would struggle to sit up and when he did everything would fall quiet, even the jittery ponies. He would settle back down only to repeat the action a few minutes later.
Something was outside their camp. Something that didn’t like the light of the fire that they kept stoked high.
He stayed sitting up, finally giving up on laying down. He kept his eyes trailed on the dark that tried to press down on the amber light of the fire.
Fili narrowed his eyes, squinting. Something flic
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Hawke strode quickly in a fast pace. His eyes burned with a frightful pace. After everything had gone through he was not losing his mage. They had escaped Kirkwall, lived through the Vimmark Mountains and even had to deal with a stupid elf girl thought herself to be a bit more than she had to offer. He had stayed strong through everything all so he could be with that stupid, moronic, insufferable mage! And what does he do after they settle for five years in their own home away from everything happy as could be? He leaves a Dear John letter and high tails it to the deep roads because of some stupid “calling”. Hawke wasn’t blind as to the slow slip of Ander’s mind. After what he did to the Chantry and going down to the deep roads and finding Larius... how twisted he had become... his eyes no longer human, his body held twisted as the darkspawn overlooked him... All he could see was his Anders like that and it infuriated him.
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Dwarfs were stubborn. Dwarfs were hard headed. Dwarfs were selfish, unyielding, and insufferable! So why did Bilbo Baggins like them so much? His best friend, Bofur, was a wonderful man, infact if Bilbo had not known any better he would have sworn that Bofur was half Hobbit with how polite and understanding he was. Bifur... he was still trying to learn Khuzdul to understand even a small part of what the man was saying. Bombur was fun to be around when it was time to cook, the only reason why he was as big as he was had been due to his love of food, something the halfling could fully understand. Ori... he didn’t know how to react around Ori nor Dori or Nori, mostly because one was still in a teenage phase trying to show how good he could be in anything though he excelled in being a scholar and the other two... not exactly social butterflies but they get along well enough with Bilbo. Speaking of young, Fili and Kili had their moments that dro