I wondered the same thing. They mean the same, don't they?
This is a good story. I'd like to read more, and see what happens to her during the battle in the Hall of Records. And I like how you put the exact words of the Fellowship in the story, even the part with Merry and Pippin that most people don't even hear while watching the movie.
I really liked this story. I could hear the two characters' voices in my head! I mean, not in like the creepy way, but you know. Oh nevermind. This story was really sweet.
Okay. I was pretty apprehensive at first, but I think this is the funniest fanfiction I've ever read. It's so clever and well-written. GREAT JOB!
Awwwww! That's so cute! I like how Legolas and Gimli told Eldarion that babies are brought by the eagle, kind of like an Earth stork. It was short but great!
I really like this story and can think of nothing it needs. I especially like how you make Aragorn seem more like a regular human being then the mysterious Ranger we come to know in the books/movies
What about the Wiggles? But this was good. I never would have thought of Oscar the Grouch, but now that you mention it... Yikes.
After a rather disastrous encounter with a powerful metal mangling mutant by the name of Magneto, Logan 'Wolverine' Howlett finds himself in a strange place where legends walk, elves are not Santa's helpers, and Dark Lords bind themselves to pretty golden rings. He tries to make sense of everything, but he seems to cause more problems than solve them. Will he be able to deal with it, and will he ever get home?
Okay, this is a halarious story. I read it a while ago and have been waiting for you to post more, but you haven't, so I decided to write this time. Please continue this story!
It has potential, but I seriously doubt a teacher would do nothing for five minutes when one of her students has collapsed. It would be her job to help the student.
Wow, this is a good story! However, there might be one thing I'd change. You used the word 'causing' quite often. Perhaps you could cut this word our a little. For example, when Aragorn stabs the goblin in the neck, instead of "...causing warm black blood to drench..." you might want, "...forced it into the goblin's neck. Black blood still warm from its flesh drenched his chest and face." But great job! I was never bored reading this.
This is a really sweet story! I just have one thing you might want to think about: I seriously doubt Queen Arwen would say tis or call anyone lass.
Hey sorry I was just going through and I saw your summary, but I didn't actually read the story. Umm, movie-verse basically means that your story is more like the movie LOTR than the books. For instance, if your story was movie-verse, than Aragorn would have a sword when he first meets the hobbits inthe Inn of the Prancing Pony. If it's book-verse, then all he would have are the shards of Narsil in a sheath.