Very funny. Too bad that the Sues still exist in the minds of the fangirls.
Er...you do realize that Elrond is still married to Celebrian, don't you? She sailed for the Undying Lands to receive mental healing, not to divorce her husband.
I'd actually be interested to read about how Celebrian reacts when she finds out that Elrond committed adultery with Mary Sue, but I doubt you'll write it.
I like this; it definitely makes me chuckle. I hate all those slash pairings that make absolutely no sense.
After the end of the Third Age many thought that evil had been defeated forever from Middle-earth.Yet in the darkness of secrecy Sauron begot a son with one of the Eldar, one called Elenion Caunardhon, that ever sought to avenge the overthrow of his father.
As the days of Arda near their end and the situation worsens in our world, a young Tolkien fan is allowed by the Valar to be brought to Middle-earth and be part of a conflict to save Arda from destruction at the hand of Sauron's Son... and perhaps his own world...
This story covers a timeline that leads up to and includes the Dagor Dagorath...
Oh, I'm intrigued about what's going to happen next! Continue!
Author's Response: Thank you!! I will do my best!! Check on Saturday for chapter 2
I'm sorry, I found out I can't MST this fic, with one major reason: it's actually GOOD. So besides when the characters agreed with your comments, their riffs were just plain boring.
You'll have to make this story a lot worse...add some terrible grammar and a LOT of canon-raping and sappy romance for it to be MSTed.
Author's Response: I\'ll do the even worse version later
Ha! That WAS funny. Who'd have thought Radagast would be such an excellent spy?
Author's Response: He's a master of changes of hue, and almost completely Mary-Sue proof, you know.
Hahaha! That's great. Love how with orcs, "puppy dog eyes" are literal.
Author's Response: I can\'t wait for your next installment. One of the substitutes has GOT to be an Elf . . . but which Elf? Great cliffhanger.
Thanks for the review!
This is awesome. Believe me, I laughed hysterically at this. YOU'RE the best, Araiona.
Author's Response: Haha, really? You liked it? Yay! :) No, you\'re way better. :) There\'s no way I would be able to write the riffs you write for the MST3K series. You totally rock. :)
Hilarious. I can actually picture this.
Thank you for writing this poem. It perfectly sums up everything I feel about Sues.
Author's Response: I\'m glad you like it!
Oh, if only your drabble turned out true. I especially loved the "crystal tear"...that cliche is used in EVERY Suefic.
Author's Response: Heh -- I added that in the last edit. I\'m glad that it adds the right touch.
Wow. This is really thought-provoking. I would never have thought of Eru speaking directly to an orc, but I like the idea. I also feel sorry for Grishapat. I never thought how the orcs would react if they ever learned the truth about their origins, but Grishapat's horror is quite understandable. I can't wait to read the rest.
Author's Response: Thanks for reading. I know that the dialogue in Chapter 2 is a bit far-fetched, but if you want an Orc to get \"redeemed\", something quite dramatic must happen. This idea has been in my mind quite a long time. I don\'t have any strictly canonical basis for this, but I thought it possible, if not probable. By the way, it\'s good to know I\'m obviously not ending up in your Mystery Fanfic Theatre.
A very bittersweet ending. I am glad that Grishapat was redeemed. I wonder if his form will change now, like in his dream.
Author's Response: As for the ending, I thought this was the most logical way to handle it, sort of inevitable. When I got this idea for my story, I searched in several fanfic sites if anybody had already done it and if there was anything to say still. I found one story about an Orc renouncing evil and read it (I don\'t remember the site\'s name anymore). The Orc\'s name was something like Kalikali (I think), he was converted by Frodo and Radagast (!), and became the bodyguard of queen Arwen. After Arwen died in Lorien, the Orc married a stunted and tortured elf-girl and moved to the Shire. There he made friends with Sam\'s grandchildren and repelled the invasion of power-hungry elves. And then all lived hapily ever after. No kidding, this story really exists! After reading this, I decided that there definitely were still something to say (although I enjoyed the story in a twisted way). I almost wrote an epilogue to my story, where Carfin would stand at Grishapat\'s grave years afterwards, but decided to avoid any excessive cheese and decided to cut the narrative shorter.
I really enjoyed this. I especially loved the part about the gig in Moria and the orc fans! It was also hilarious to read about a smashed Thranduil; not many fanfic authors write about the wood-elves after they've had their Dorwinion wine.
Author's Response: Thanks for reviewing! Well, my story is not as bad as \"The Hobbit\", in that two Elves actually pass out. I wonder if Elves do have a hangover after boozing...
This is a very funny story. I especially liked the orc fangirls (I can just imagine them!) and Gandalf killing the Mary Sue. It was creepy how much the Sue was like Rosa from "An Elf's Love"! I can't wait to read about when they get to Minas Tirith.
Author's Response: Thanks! Actually the resemblance is intentional. I read yesterday a few chapters of \"Middle-Earth\'s Last Hope\" and got a good laugh. I checked also another Mary Sue-story from the list \"The Worst of the Worst\" on the ff.net. The \"heroine\" was described having a \"thick waterfall of hair\". So Calamarydhilirosia is a mix of these two, and the one Sue with a magic fox. The song I translated was eerily fitting to be sung to a Sue by our heroes. By the way, I actually meant the story to end here, but now it seems best to end it with the Minas Tirith. More yodel coming!
Wonderful. This fic was the perfect antidote to all those sickening, sappy, tortured!wimpy!Legolas-hurt-comfort stories.
Author's Response: Thank you! Would you believe this was a little piece came from an idea that I originally conceived back in 1980 for Star Wars Hurt Comfort fic? But it fit LOTR so well I decided to write it with Legolas in mind.
This is a very fun piece. It actually brings me back to my teenage years--boredom, secret crushes, angst, etc. Moreover, it is quite believable. Good job.
Author's Response: Thank you! I'm glad you like the story!
Now, as curious as I am about Tolkien's reaction to Jackson's films, I'm not sure I'd want to be in the same room while he was watching them--that could be pretty awkward. You're braver than I am, and I'm looking forward to reading more.
Author's Response: Ah, it's downright nerve-racking to be in the same room with him! I'll be updating sometimes soon. -Fay