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Reviewer: silvermoonwolf Signed [Report This]
Date: 26/01/12 - 08:32 am Title: The Sarn Ford

Its amazing your cool for graduate

Reviewer: ebbingnight Signed [Report This]
Date: 11/01/12 - 03:07 am Title: The Ford at Bruinen

Author's Response: If I recall correctly, in the FOTR movie, the rushing wall of water was shown as the riders would have seen it. And most of them had water phobia.

You're quite right, but what I really meant was that I think that the readers'/viewers' expected response has always been to cheer on the wall of water, not feel sympathy for the Nazgul about to be engulfed by it!

Reviewer: ebbingnight Signed [Report This]
Date: 10/01/12 - 09:03 pm Title: The Stock Road

This is a fascinating "take" on the "voice" of the Ring: of course it would sound like Sauron, wouldn't it? (I'm reminded of the way in which Sauron himself can't really identify the Ring at first in your "Bridge" story, since it's so much a part of himself.) So of course the Ring "wants" to be rescued from Frodo!!

Reviewer: ebbingnight Signed [Report This]
Date: 10/01/12 - 03:29 am Title: The Ford at Bruinen

Well, of course we saw this coming, but never, I think, from the Nazgul point of view. Scary!!!

Author's Response: If I recall correctly, in the FOTR movie, the rushing wall of water was shown as the riders would have seen it. And most of them had water phobia.

Reviewer: ebbingnight Signed [Report This]
Date: 09/01/12 - 05:10 am Title: The Grey Wizard

If it weren't for bad luck, they wouldn't have any luck at all, would they? Poor Angmar!

Author's Response: He's gotten seriously rattled, and may be losing his nerve.

Reviewer: ebbingnight Signed [Report This]
Date: 08/01/12 - 04:44 am Title: The Messenger

Ah, the hunt through the Shire with our favorite Nazgul--- can't wait!!

Reviewer: Elbereth Signed [Report This]
Date: 08/01/12 - 02:30 am Title: The River Isen

I like the way you've described the Nazgul's fear of water. Very nice. :)

Author's Response: They all have it to some degree (except for Angmar). Tolkien himself observed their fear of water and ability to move around the landscape were inconsistant. I resolved it by saying that walking across over flat stones was the same as "walking dryshod over a bridge", which they can do.

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