Kili & Fili - Character
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Fandoms: The Hobbit (2012) RPF, The Hobbit - All Media Types, The Hobbit - J. R. R. Tolkien, The Hobbit (Jackson Movies)
04 Jul 2013
Part of 'A Test of Time' series. Set before Unforgivable; side-fic [can also be read as a stand-alone].
Barely a fortnight into the journey, Bofur unwittingly sets into motion a conversation that will not only alienate poor Bilbo further, but will near-on lose them their bugler.
Pre-slash; teasing and talking about first times.
- Part 1 of A Test of Time
Fandoms: The Hobbit - All Media Types
09 Nov 2014
.... in a hole in the ground. Not a nasty, dirty, wet hole, filled with the ends of worms -thank you very much-, but a rather homely, comfortable and respectable hobbit-hole.
There was only one problem.
Bluebell "Bilbo" Baggins had not been a respectable hobbit lass for a very long time. Not that her neighbours knew of course. The simply thought she traveled a lot (and wasn't that alone weird?).
They never needed to know that outside of the Shire, she was -especially among dwarves- a rather infamous thief.
It was good that the dwarves in return weren't aware of her being said thief, which worked quite fine for Miss Baggins.
Then she ran into a certain pair of dwarves and suddenly keeping secrets was easier said than done...
(Bilbo is so earnestly done with Fili's and Kili's shit.)
I was searching for hobbit fics and I was at the hobbit kink meme at delicious.com and there was that nice plot in which i couldn't resist but write so..yeah
I think I just made my first anonymous post over there *laughs awkwardly*
Shh! by Sunshine2026
Fandoms: The Lord of the Rings - J. R. R. Tolkien, The Hobbit - J. R. R. Tolkien, The Hobbit - All Media Types, The Hobbit (Jackson Movies)
16 Jun 2017
Frodo suddenly straightened up from where he was crouching over his worn-out books. He began to think wide-eyed to himself.
‘There are those voices again!’
A couple of days ago, he heard young voices coming from the garden. Naturally, his curiosity overcame him and he wandered outside but couldn’t find the source of the sound. From what he could tell, they were just as younger, perhaps younger, and male too. He thinned out his lips as he listened to the voices arguing. He wanted to tell his uncle, but of course, he didn’t have any real evidence for the intruders.
If there was one thing his uncle taught him (and many other things), you always have to have facts to back up your statement. Or else, you’d look like a fool. And Frodo was not a fool, thank you very much.
(Or the one when young Frodo find two even younger intruders in his backyard, and invites them in for lunch, unaware of how much they will change his and his uncle's lives. For better or for worse.)