Chapter Eleven: For Lord Elrond To BelieveI stayed completely quiet as I followed The Doctor towards the balcony where the others were residing. The dwarves seemed to be in a joyful mood and I glance at them all as they drank wine and ate the salads and cheese that was spread out across the table.
When my eyes went on Fili, he sat up straighter, watching me walk towards everyone.
I heard Fili's voice but continue walking past him, trying not to look at him, I was still upset with his strange mood from earlier. I did, however, hear Kili say,
I went near Dwalin and sat besides him, taking no notice of him or what was happening around me. I was still in shock at the news that The Doctor had revealed to me, that Lord Elrond's only daughter, Arwen was gone.
I just couldn't work that out in my head. Surely if that was true, wouldn't I not even know her name? Wouldn't everything I was currently seeing through my mind, not be inside my head?
It would all be erased and yet, I could still see her from the film
Come to Morning Through the Shadows Chapter 32It hurt.
Aule did it ever hurt!
Lyla groaned and her knees buckled as the orc's spear rammed into her ribs, the wind knocked from her lungs. Her torso felt compressed, crunched beneath two boulders.
She struggled for a moment to draw breath, stars and spots dancing before her eyes as she slipped to the ground, her chest feeling impossibly tight. A panic welled in her, the noises around her blending into a mashed, muted jumble, the faces of her enemies blurring together in a swirl of nauseating colors.
Her vision darkened, eyes slipping closed as she tired desperately to regain control.
Horrified, Bofur watched the hobbit fall, the color draining from the girl's face as her eyes drooped closed and she crumbled before him.
Rage billowed in the pit of his stomach as he snarled at the orcs, pushing the onslaught back, away from his friend.
His friend who lay unmoving at his feet.
He felt the tight lump forming in his throat as he leveled a blow at the large orc that drew i
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She was right.
This was a bad idea. A very, very bad idea.
They were going to get killed.
A knot of tension settled in Yugi’s stomach and she sent a small scowl towards the Pharaoh, careful not to move her tender face too much (being stiff and pained as it was). She’d had such a difficult time trying to figure anything out so far and yet this young ruler felt confident that they’d be able to sneak past guards and out of the city undetected.
The absurdity of the situation was not lost on Yugi. Nor, too, was the reality that the foolhardy plan seemed to be working (much to her annoyance). Concealed as they were, however, it provided the young girl some semblance of relief and a feeling of security from prying eyes.
Apparently the puzzle could be used for more than just summoning monsters to aid. There was that familiar warmth (almost a scorching warmth) on the girl’s forehead as she concentrated on keeping herself concealed beneath the puzzle
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The spirit let out a low growl, his hand balling into a tight fist.
How dare he!
He made to step towards the figure, eyes narrowed and teeth bared, daring the man to make a move, any move...
This was...this was the man who—
Jou's hand on his shoulder halted the spirit's steps and he strained against the will to lunge at the man and exact justice for Yugi's suffering.
For Sugoroku's suffering.
"You have some nerve" he spat at the man.
And to his annoyance, the man clad in a rather ostentatious burgundy suit only laughed.
Pegasus J. Crawford gave a light shake of his head, letting his silver hair settle over his shoulder before he grinned at the spirit, one eyebrow quirked cheekily, the other eye well hidden beneath a curtain of hair.
"Oh please Yugi-boy," He admonished lightly, "Do you think we have time for these petty games? Far more is at stake than your precious host's grandfather."
The spirit started in surprise at the comment.
And then he frowned