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Arda Dreams by jules14 Rated: G [Reviews - 42]
Summary: Has anybody had any dreams about Tolkien's world that were funny, scary, or just plain bizarre? I know I sure as Morgoth have! If you have, and you want to put them in this collection, send them to me in an email or a review.
Categories: Off Topic
Characters: Aragorn, Arwen, Bilbo, Billy Boyd, Boromir, Celebrían, Denethor, Dominic Monaghan, Eldarion, Elijah Wood, Elladan, Elrohir, Eowyn, Erestor, Faramir, Frodo, Galadriel, Gandalf / Olorin, Gilraen, Gimli, Gollum, Ian Mckellen, Legolas, Liv Tyler, Lúthien Tinúviel, Maedhros, Maeglin, Merry, Morgoth / Melkor, Orcs/Uruk-Hai, Other Canon Character, Peter Jackson, Pippin, Radagast, Sam, Saruman, Théoden, Viggo Mortensen, Will Turner
Genres: Humor
Warnings: None
Series: None
Chapters: 70 Table of Contents
Completed: No Word count: 14771 Read Count: 125492
[Report This] Published: 27/05/07 Updated: 14/09/13
Reviewer: Chaotic Demon Signed
Date: 13/01/09 Title: Chapter 50: The National Geographic LotR Special

A couple year ago, I had this dream where I was with Aragorn and Boromr in a random forest. While there, we started talking with an Entwife and her Entling. All of a sudden, we heard drums coming from some obscure point in the forest, and the Entwife cried out, "They're coming! Run!" So, naturally, Aragorn Boromir and I started running. Within a few moment, we were out of the forest and we saw that we were being persued by a horde of evil, man-eating clowns. Unfortunately, our efforts to escape them lead us right into their castle. It was at this point that I realized that the clowns could only see you if you touched them. Typically, it was at this point that Aragorn bumped into a clown milling in the corridor. Quickly he turned into the nearest doorway, followed by Boromir, the clowns, and I.

When I entered the room, I found that it was a public restroom. However, I couldn't find either of my companions. It was about then that I touched a clown. We both gasped, him in glee and me in horror. Suddenly, I saw Boromir, who had yet to be touched, signal towards how Aragorn had escaped; it was a hobbit-sized mouse hole.

Quickly, I jumped on the ground and slid toward it, only to find that there was a back to the hole about three inches in. However, I kept kicking at it, trying desperately to break through. Just as soon as the clowns had gathered around me and pulled a dining table out of the wall (complete with red-checkered table cloth) and started discussing how delicious I would be, I managed to break though the mousehole. It was then that I woke up. Apparently, the hole really was the way to escape those clowns.

Author's Response: That's hilarious. I'm definitely posting this one as soon as possible.

Reviewer: Chaotic Demon Signed
Date: 15/01/09 Title: Chapter 52: The Man-Eating Clowns

I had another dream last night. I was at this local restuarant called "Chopped," where I ordered a rootbeer float, even though it's not on thair actual menu. Anyway, for some reason, I up and left Chopped and headed to another restaurant. This second one was the stereotypical family restaurant, complete with red-checkered table cloths, overly-peppy waitresses, and really stupid names for their dishes. While I was there, I ordered their equivilent of a rootbeer float (The restaurant's name for it included "Whale" somewhere).

So, after a while, my real life friends show up and we sit together. When the witresses brought out the food, I couldn't help but wonder where my rootbeer float was. However, there wasn't much time to dwell on that, because an evil spirit decided to attack us.

Here's where things get a bit fuzzy for me. Somehow, the sprit managed to tilt the floor so that we were all sliding away, and I have a strange thought of playing on a teeter-totter with my pregnant sister so that I can save her baby. Next thing I know, my companions and I are racing out of the buling, which happens to be Orthanc. Why there was a family restaurant in Orthanc, I'll never know.

Anyway, so then there's some strange battle with the evil spirit, who, it seems, it linked to the palantir. Therefore, someone throws the stone off of the top of Orthanc to meet its doom. However, since this is my dream, It can't be simple. Intead, it bounces off of reflective surface A, lands on thin metal pole G, where it balances for a moment before falling and sliding down shute X, ect. However, it is eventally shattered on the ground. I had a passing, completely inaccurate thought of, "That's exactly how Pippin managed it," before my old high school, which was apparently on the same grounds as Orthanc, caought fire for no other reaseon than to include fire in my dream.

Just as I was about to call my mom to let her know not to send my younger brother to school today because it was most likely going to be cancelled, my mother woke me up.

You know, I never did get either of those rootbeer floats...

Author's Response: Pity. I hope you bought a rootbeer float as soon as you woke up. Anyway, I'm not too surprised Saruman had one of those tacky little family restaurants; those things are evil.

Reviewer: Chaotic Demon Signed
Date: 15/01/09 Title: Chapter 1: Luthien with ADD

Here's a dream my brother Ohtar had. He was at McDonald's placing an order. Then he found a gold ring lying on the floor. He turned around to give it to the cashier when he saw seven Nazgul coming toward him. He, understandably, started to run and they began to chase him. During his fleeing, he quite literally ran into an Ent, who acted like the stereotypical gay guy. Anyway, he started running again and the Nazgul eventually caught up. The Witch-king pulled a bag out of his cloak and handed it to Ohtar, saying, "You forgot your fries."

Author's Response: That's another good one to put up. Thanks a lot.

Alter-Egos by owlett Rated: PG-13 [Reviews - 12]
Summary: What if all the main characters were women? Response to callerofcrows challenge.
Categories: Movie-verse, Off Topic
Characters: Aragorn, Boromir, Elrond, Frodo, Gimli, Glóin, Legolas, Merry, Other Canon Character, Pippin, Sam, Sauron, The Fellowship
Genres: Humor
Warnings: AU (alternate universe), Violence
Challenges: Alter-egos
Series: My Crossovers
Chapters: 3 Table of Contents
Completed: No Word count: 1535 Read Count: 4336
[Report This] Published: 18/11/08 Updated: 23/11/08
Reviewer: Chaotic Demon Signed
Date: 19/11/08 Title: Chapter 1: Froda and the Ring

Omg. That's exactly what I thought when I saw the challenge! XD Although, there was a bit more "You want me to travel where? Ewww!" and a lot more pmsing. :P Great job! I look foreward to more!

Author's Response: Haha PMS...great idea :D thank you

Reviewer: Chaotic Demon Signed
Date: 23/11/08 Title: Chapter 2: An Agreement

I like Lass' bow. XD Great pun.

Author's Response: :D thanks. I tried to make the others good puns but it didnt work.

Reviewer: Chaotic Demon Signed
Date: 23/11/08 Title: Chapter 3: They Leave Rivendell

I get more amusement out of Lass than anyone else. :D Saruwoman. XD Nice.

Author's Response: I tried to make her as girly as i could :D thanks again!

Three by Narya Rated: R [Reviews - 26]
Summary: As children, Filwyn, Haddan and Leofwyne of Rohan barely spent a moment apart - but as they grow up and the War of the Ring approaches, what will become of their friendship?

Originally begun with Chaotic Demon's 100 Themes challenge in mind, then sort of took off by itself!
Categories: Book-verse, Movie-verse
Characters: Aragorn, Eomer, Eowyn, Gandalf / Olorin, Gimli, Legolas, Original Character, Théoden, Théodred
Genres: Action/Adventure, Angst, Drama, Romance
Warnings: First Draft, Slash (same sex pairing), Violence
Challenges: 100 Themes, It's Tolkien's World, I Just Live In It
Series: None
Chapters: 10 Table of Contents
Completed: No Word count: 13237 Read Count: 10840
[Report This] Published: 21/11/08 Updated: 24/03/11
Reviewer: Chaotic Demon Signed
Date: 22/11/08 Title: Chapter 1: Introduction

Yay! A response to my challenge! 67% is definately one of the stranger prompts. Unfortunately, I didn't come up with the list. Anyway, this seems to be a very promising start. I look foreward to more.

Author's Response: Thanks for the review, glad you like it so far; I'm having a great time writing it.