Of Quixotic Hobbits and Their Outlandish Tendencies
Fandoms: The Hobbit - All Media Types
11 May 2016
After suffering the loss of his parents young Bilbo is quite unsure what will become of him. Thanks to a letter his mother wrote he comes to be in the care of Lord Fundin who is the Steward of the Blue Mountains. Lord Fundin's sons Balin and Dwalin welcome the lost hobbit as a brother. Through them Bilbo is brought up as a dwarf and learns all about their intricate culture. When a dragon attacks Erebor Bilbo fears for the fate of his brothers and hurries to the Lonely Mountain. He learns that they are well and that the young Prince Thorin managed to rally support and defeat the dragon. Unfortunately while he is there Bilbo catches the eyes of several notable dwarves (much to the worry of his brothers) and yet seems entirely unaware of it (cause for further concern). As events pass Bilbo starts to wonder just how much Took he has in his blood, certainly no proper Baggins would have these problems.
Inspired by a post on tumblr:
*This story now has a sequel: An Unprecedented Cirumstance*
Fandoms: The Hobbit (Jackson Movies), The Hobbit - All Media Types, The Lord of the Rings - All Media Types, The Lord of the Rings - J. R. R. Tolkien
20 Oct 2017
*This story is a sequel to An (Un)Fortunately Tookish Engagement*
Frodo Baggins is everything an unassuming hobbit should be.
He's quiet, withdrawn but it's his unceasing curiosity and peculiar family that begins his unusual (and very unhobbit like) life in Erebor. He's raised by his Uncles and Aunts with cousins and friends for company and wants for nothing. Yet it will be this unassuming hobbit that finds his own way and in the process can restore the balance to Middle Earth.
Along the way he will find strength in being himself and learn that there are different ways to be strong.