24 Nov 2019
Legolas is hurting. Oh yeah, he's also sick. Aragorn just wants Gandalf to come back. Boromir is surprisingly good with people. Pippin and Merry are surprisingly helpful. Sam is not surprisingly helpful. Frodo is a sweetheart. Gimli is both a warrior, and a worrier.
AKA: After the "death" of Gandalf, the fellowship continues to travel through the woods. While doubting his leadership, Aragorn must take care of a sick Legolas while also leading them through the winding woods. Good thing he has his friends to help him out.
- Part 3 of Lord of the Rings
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09 Dec 2019
08 Jul 2019
In acquiring the fourteenth member of their company, Thorin and the other dwarves learn that there is a stronger connection between their people and the hobbits than they remembered. A new telling with a Bilbo that is blessed by the Mother of all hobbits.
Bookmarked by E_remen
09 Dec 2019
Bilbo and his Took relatives stumble upton two young dwarves in need of help - they just don't realise just how young they are, until Bilbo suddenly finds he has to take care of children who are bigger and stronger than him.
- Part 1 of Unexpected Dwarflings
04 Dec 2019
Bilbo Baggins is given the rare opportunity to start his life over. He never much thought of his position as the grandson of the Thain before but with the lives of Thorin, Kíli, and Fíli on the line Bilbo will use any advantage he can get. After all, if one wants to change the world, one must first change themselves. He won’t make the same mistakes again.
Dís Durin has enough on her plate as it is. With an overdramatic family and an entire mountain to rule, she’s at the end of her tether. Rations are low and tempers are high. So when a hobbit kit named Bilbo Baggins approaches her mountain in the name of trade and building relations between the prosperous Shire and Ered Luin, her curiosity is piqued.
Supportive mother Belladonna never knows what her son will conjure up next, but she’s always believed him special. So when Bilbo announces he wishes to establish trade with the dwarves of Ered Luin, what’s a mother to do? A respectable hobbit mother would firmly discourage such actions with outsiders. But Belladonna is not a respectable hobbit.
And really, her son is just too adorable. It seems all of Ered Luin agrees on that point as well.
At no point in the accidental usurpation of Thorin as leader of The Company and the quest for Erebor, did Bilbo intend for this to turn into an exploration of cultural differences (and something that almost feels like group therapy). For some reason, the Dwarrows aren't complaining, and Bilbo isn't going to question it, as long as the lumoxes behave themselves and do as they're told.
Who knows, they all might yet survive this insane journey.
(Or, where Bilbo decides the Dwarves are all too stupid for him to endure this ridiculousness anymore and Does It Hobbit and the Dwarves suddenly get affectionate.)
*Please note, within this story there are mentions of the underage rape and subsequent pregnancy of an off-screen character. Mentions are brief in chapter 2, and a little more in depth chapter 4. While details are light and are more discussions of emotional aftermath, this may still be distressing to read for those with triggers. Please be cautious.