Hobbits, being the smallest of the free races and less inclined toward violence, knew that they would be at great risk from dark or greedy forces. So, the Hobbit leaders banded together to create a plan. The plan was domestication. Let the other races think them like animals. Dogs, Cats, Birds and others have been cared for by the taller folk with only companionship and love as the exchange. So why not Hobbits as well? After all, what is more comfortable than having food, shelter and protection provided for you?
For ages the Hobbits have been considered creatures of comfort. They are the most versatile animals in all of Middle Earth. They can cook, sew, clean, be trained to guard livestock or even read small words. They are great judges of character and once one has been chosen as their family they instantly achieve positive social status. Most importantly though, Hobbits are the greatest companions that love unconditionally.
And Thorin will find one for his nephews if its the last thing he'll do.
- Part 1 of Pet Hobbits
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02 Jan 2022
Fandoms: The Hobbit - All Media Types
30 Aug 2017
For the 'Bagginshield Summer Surprise' event I was given the prompt of working in Thorin's POV and the line: "Do you always make your fruit punch that strong?"
I decided to go for a Modern!AU and tried to add a bit of a backstory to it all while trying (and sliiightly failing) to keep within the 4000 word limit.
I'm a bit rusty with writing at the moment and this one is not Beta'd, so I hope it's all okay.
04 Jun 2016
If Dis had not been a widow, Thorin would have told her to make some new children while he ‘rid’ her of her old ones. “Better luck next time,” He would say. Or perhaps “When once you don’t succeed, try try again”.
And to think, this wasn’t even the worst of it.
26 Jan 2015
Bilbo Baggins has worked very hard to get into elite university Erebor, which is where he meets his new roommate - the utterly captivating, yet inaccessible Thorin. But sooner than he thinks Bilbo breaks through the hard shell, and as he gets to know the man behind it, he realises that he’s more human and more flawed than he’d ever imagined. A strong bond forms between them, and before long, an unlikely relationship sprouts in the halls of Erebor University.
- Part 1 of Breathing
Thorin is just about ready to murder his sister when it turns out he's the only one wearing a horrible Christmas jumper at the Durins' annual Christmas Eve party.
Lucky for him, he finds an unexpected comrade.
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