So true. :'(
I'm not sure whether to laugh, cry, or lose my lunch. It's fabulous, yet extremely nauseating. (Description of Aragorn sounds really familiar for some reason...)
Author's Response: I admit I got the "hawk-nosed Indian" description from Bakshi's animated version of Aragorn, so that's probably why it seems so familiar.
"Mind you, I do not live alone - looking after unlucky Glaurung's little one, Smaug, the poor baby. But he is too young to understand; only understands jewels, that one. Got him a bed of the stuff."
Awww... baby Smaug...
Author's Response: Hehehe. Thank you. I'm so happy you enjoyed this story. It's one of my favourites.
I wish I could say exactly what I think, but I can't think of words that would do justice to this story. You have amazing talent.
For the Valar’s sake --*rumble of thunder* -- SORRY!
Haha... Loved it and really hope you get the second chapter up soon!
Author's Response: Thank you! I'll get it up by tommorrow! And there will be refrences to the powers, eventually.
I loved this, and have favourited it. I wish I could write like this.
Author's Response: Thank you so so much!! i'm really touched!
This. Is. Hysterical. Following it faithfully. I've been choking down laughter every few seconds so that I don't get the "What's so funny?" "What are you doing?" grilling. But I digress.
First off - can we please, please have an Ipod scene with Maglor? I just have this very, very vivid image of him warbling along to some of today's rock or pop songs... :)
Second off - Fair is probably the cutest little kid I've ever encountered. I wanna adopt him! - but I doubt Pippin etc. would be very happy about that... maybe I'll adopt Huan instead. :P
And in conclusion... did I mention that this is hysterical?
That was great! I always loved that little moment in the books. :')
Bloopers happen, it's a part of the movie-making process. Lord of the Rings, epic as it is, is no exception. Here's a list of humorous sights I've seen during the films!
At Hollin, when the crows are coming, everyone hides while the pony stands outside, alone. Everyone hides, and when the camera zooms, nobody is there. But who hid the pony? Poor Bill.
Haha, yeah, I noticed that one. Maybe he just went behind a big rock?
Hmm. I just had a thought. Is there ever an explanation of where Bill comes from, or does he just appear?
Yes, actually, there is an explanation of where Bill comes from, but it's in the book. Sam buys Bill the Pony from the pony's abusive master, Bill Ferny, in Bree.
And the big rock is a possibility! I didn't think of that...hmm...
Thanks for the review!