Burning it Down Part 1 Smaug x ReaderThe moment that you felt the mountain tremble beneath your feet you knew for certain that Bilbo had awoken the beast. Running purely on adrenaline and concern, you rushed through the narrow passageways until you reached a great hall. The sight that met your eyes took your breath away. The hall itself was much larger than you had ever imagined. It was constructed of beautifully carved stone columns and was filled with enough gold to surely buy the entire world. You would have loved nothing more than to admire and explore this architectural work of art for hours on end, but you had to find Bilbo. You hadn’t even begun to formulate any sort of rescue plan, you just knew that you couldnt leave him to face Smaug’s wrath alone.More Like This
As you waded through the great ocean of gold and jewels that lay beneath your feet, it dawned on you that something wasn’t right. When you had been rushing through the corridors earlier, Smaug’s voice and roars had echoed so loudly you were sur
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Quietly, trying not to make a sound, you walked through the halls of Erebor. The gold digging into your bulky hobbit feet as you walked over mountains of it.
How were you meant to find a stone in all of this? And better yet, how were you meant to stop a dragon from awakening? Yes. Hobbits were very light on their feet, but one slip and all this gold could come crashing down, definitely waking up the sleeping dragon.
Rubys. Emeralds. Diamonds. But no Arkenstone, just miles of gold and everything else valuable to the lives dwarves; hobbits, elves and men for that matter. You were pretty sure men from Laketown had tried to get inside Erebor just for its riches, and you remembered Thorin telling you how Thranduil yearned for his starlight gems.. or whatever they were. Surely he had sent elves to try and break in too.