Jumper [Human!Smaug/Reader]"Th-they've kicked me o-out," you cry as soon as you walk into the great chamber, frantically wiping your eyes while you stumble down the crumbling stairs. You step heavily into the gold, walking aimlessly forward until that whom you seek speaks, voice echoing slightly in the vast room.More Like This
Despite being loud, his voice is deep and gentle when he speaks to you, inquiring, "Who kicked you out, pet? What has happened?"
You sniffle, rubbing your [e/c] eyes until they ache, and wipe your nose with the back of your wrist before answering, "My village… they've found out that I've been visiting you, Smaug… they said that I would bring damnation to all the people, that you would kill them. Oh Smaug, why would they think that? You're so kind, so gentle! I-I just don't know why they've banished me for befriending you… My own mother and father would not hug me goodbye. I don't know if I can stand it, Smaug; I loved them so dearly and they dropped me in the blink of an eye. I don'
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The appearance of the wizard and his prentice seemed to brought a relief to the company during the goblin mishap. Well, it brought relief to most of the company. Thorin Oakenshield only appreciated the return of the wizard, rather than the wizard's Elven apprentice. She may have grew in Dwarven culture but she's still an Elf.
"Absolute nonsense! Why do you insist on (Name) not continuing in this journey? It's her home as much as it yours. She still acknowledges you as her king despite of your attitude towards her" Gandalf sighed, obviously exasperated with this talk about his prentice with the Dwarven leader. It somewhat amused him because Thorin would approach him instead of approaching (Name) herself.
A thought came into his mind. "Why don't you tell her yourself, Thorin? You know very well of her stubbornness as much as I do. She grew up with your fellow kin, anyways."
With a huff, Thorin did actually at wh