A series dedicated to the darker side of Klaus's powers, thoughts, actions, and trauma.
He's not quite insane, but wouldn't you be a little messed up in the head if you experienced everything he has?
Hobbits, being the smallest of the free races and less inclined toward violence, knew that they would be at great risk from dark or greedy forces. So, the Hobbit leaders banded together to create a plan. The plan was domestication. Let the other races think them like animals. Dogs, Cats, Birds and others have been cared for by the taller folk with only companionship and love as the exchange. So why not Hobbits as well? After all, what is more comfortable than having food, shelter and protection provided for you?
For ages the Hobbits have been considered creatures of comfort. They are the most versatile animals in all of Middle Earth. They can cook, sew, clean, be trained to guard livestock or even read small words. They are great judges of character and once one has been chosen as their family they instantly achieve positive social status. Most importantly though, Hobbits are the greatest companions that love unconditionally.
And Thorin will find one for his nephews if its the last thing he'll do.
- Part 1 of Pet Hobbits
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16 Jan 2021
08 Jan 2015
What happens when two best friends try to visit the dwarrow kingdom of Erebor, and one of those friends just happens to be a giant fire-breathing Drake of the North? Mayhem, magic, adventure, and love from a dragon’s perspective.
01 Feb 2015
Bilbo is back from his adventures with dwarves, and the hobbit begins to settle back into his hobbit hole. Bilbo expects to live peacefully, but Fate has other plans.
The time that Bilbo comes back to the Shire and Smaug pops out of a box.