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Mellyn by Tathrin Rated: G [Reviews - 15]
Summary: We have heard tell that Legolas took Gimli Gloin's son with him because of their great friendship, greater than any that has been between Elf and Dwarf. If this is true, then it is strange indeed: that a Dwarf should be willing to leave Middle-earth for any love. And yet, where bonds this strong exist, all things are possible. Now at last, more can be said of this matter... Winner of 2005 Flame of Arnor Awards for Best Friendship!
Categories: Book-verse
Characters: Arwen, Eldarion, Gimli, Legolas
Genres: Drama
Warnings: None
Series: None
Chapters: 1 Table of Contents
Completed: Yes Word count: 4883 Read Count: 1555
[Report This] Published: 08/10/04 Updated: 08/10/04
Reviewer: Alienore Signed
Date: 04/10/08 Title: Chapter 1: Mellyn

Very nicely done - what a pleasure to read.

My only slight concern is that we are told in the appendices that Legolas and Gimli brought their peoples to live near each other before the last two members of the Fellowship sailed for Valinor.

For a Friend by White Wolf Rated: PG [Reviews - 10]
Summary: A potential tragedy involving Legolas early in the Quest severely tests Pippin’s ability to maintain his happy nature. This story won first place in the MC Awards 2006 for Best Fellowship Story.

Categories: Movie-verse
Characters: Legolas, Pippin
Genres: Angst, General
Warnings: None
Series: None
Chapters: 1 Table of Contents
Completed: Yes Word count: 2665 Read Count: 1918
[Report This] Published: 13/10/05 Updated: 13/10/05
Reviewer: Alienore Signed
Date: 04/10/08 Title: Chapter 1: Cahpter One

I liked this one very much - I can just see the hobbits asking lots of questions and testing the others' patience.

What was really good was how you got into Pippin's concerns once Legolas had been hurt on his behalf.

A nice little story. Thanks!

Author's Response: I'm happy that you liked it. It was easy for me to picture the hobbits' curiosity, too, especially where elves were concerned. I'm happy you liked that part. It seemed to me that Pippin would have reacted just that way. Thank you!