I love this story. You are awesome
I'm sort of a sucker for Legomances and this one is REALLY funny! A HORSE! HAHAHA! GENIUS!
Aww! Aragorn is so cute!
Author's Response: I\'m so glad; thank you so very much! Patty.
*dies* Thanks. You killed me. This... *shivers* I
Author's Response: Hmmm...well, I'll definitely come to the funeral. Sorry about that.
Thanks for adding my dream! I feel so honored! And I love the title you created! Lol...that Gollum thing was REALLY weird.
Author's Response: No problem. I think you had the weirdest dream I\'ve put in my collection so far.
Wow...this is a great idea, Jules! Well...you ALWAYS come up with great ideas so this is nothing new.
I've had so many dreams featuring Tolkien's books or movies that I can't even count...but...if you want I'd be glad to share one I had when I was sick:
I had this really weird dream where my little sister and I were on this "adventure" which consisted of sleeping on the side of the highway, sticking out our thumbs to hitchhike, and cursing (dream curse-words of course, one being "Keebler Elf") at the cars that just zoomed by us.
Oddly enough, both of us over "time" (dream time is weird) started donning hobbitish suspenders and green cloaks with the leaves of Lorien brooches holding them together. My feet were also getting itchy from hobbit hair. Somehow, my sister and I had morphed into Sam and Frodo. I being Frodo and my sister being Sam. And yet, it didn't seem like it was that big of a deal. We were just like "Oh well!"
The I started to feel fluish symptoms and my sister/Sam was really concerned. She/he was like "It's the ring, isn't it, Mr. Frodo?" And I'm all like "Yep...*cough* *sneeze* sure is!"
When I started to get feverish chills, a neon blue, Chevy Silverado (I'm a car obsessed person...so I THINK that's what is was) pulled up. It was Faramir wearing sunglasses. He looked a lot like David Wenham except he had his hair in a ponytail.
For some strange reason, my sister/Sam just hopped into the car next to Faramir and she/he was like "ha! I got shotgun"
But for some reason I was scared and I started running away...but then I stopped because I didn't want my sister/beloved friend to be in a car alone with the shady-looking Faramir, so crawled into the backseat. The only thing I remember was me saying "Nice leather interior," and Faramir replied with something along the lines of "Thanks...it's the finest Gondorian leather."
Then, Sam (my sister and I were completely the characters) and I were brought to Henneth Annûn which resembled the spa from the Grove Park Inn. I was still feeling really sick to my stomach and dizzy, though.
I was about to go vomit in one of the pools under a waterfall (Sam had disappeared) when Faramir came behind me again and was all like,
"We have your friend down there,"
All of the sudden we were in this colloseum/stadium kind of thing that featured a rock pool at the bottom. I looked down to see a furrier (kind of Hello Kitty-like) Gollumn on a rock playing "go-fish" with his evil self. I soon got really scared and started shaking and whimpering something like,
Then this strange sqaud of people who look like the faceless Civil War guys from a museum exhibit started popping up everywhere with bayonet guns and aiming them at Gollumn.
For some reason, I was like, "Okay" and I ran down the steps,,,everyone began to evaporate, except for Gollumn who looked pissed and began hissing at me. Then, he dissapated and I was left alone on a rock and I bent over, crying in distress from the "decision" I had made. That's when I woke up with a nasty headache and I stumbled over to the bathroom to start "worshipping the porcelain god". Yes...I was pretty ill when I dreamt that.
Wow...this is beautiful. I've never read anything like this before. I've always wondered what it was like for the Orcs...I mean...I know it's weird, but I've always somehow felt sorry for them and I've even cried everytime they're all slaughtered viciously by our favorite heroes. I mean...the Orcs have to be killed...but it's still sad. But I guess, in your fic, it says they no longer care. Maybe that means they no longer fear death.
Anyways...this fic brought a few tears in my eyes and made me think. You are an amazingly profound author. You should seriously keep it up because if I'm not mistaken...you might have a career lined up for you. :)
Author's Response: Well thank you so much! It makes me feel very good to know that I was able to touch someone with my writing. I am very glad that you liked it!