30 Jul 2018
Bilbo has been planning to kill himself for a while. However, he wants to go out with a big bang and not just a common death. Cue Gandalf and his invitation to a dangerous adventure that will surely give him an opportunity to die in a lot of interesting ways. Now, if only those bothersome dwarves stop saving him at every attempt . . . Full prompt inside. Half serious, half not.
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27 Dec 2018
Bard has no idea how to be a King, but he loves his children and his people, and knows how to show it. Thranduil has been a ruler for millennia, but terrible loss and trauma has kept him from showing love towards his son and kindness towards his people. Together, they give one another lessons in life, love and "Kinging."
- Part 1 of Two Thrones
30 Dec 2015
Sometimes Thranduil wonders what he did to deserve this lot in life: not only does he have to deal with obstinate children and unwelcome visitors from Imladris, but also with his impertinent council, which is far too interested in his private affairs. Meanwhile Bard, the King of Dale, would prefer his life to remain less complicated than it turns out to be yet again, when his neighbours arrive at his doorstep.
At the same time Thranduil wouldn't mind spending more time with his consort.
Though it looks like that wish, at least, is to be granted.
(No warnings truly apply, but this deals with the aftermath of violence, so proceed with caution if that is an issue for you.)
- Part 3 of No Home Should Be Shrouded in Darkness
An Unexpected Seduction changes the course of the Quest, the repercussions of which will change the flow of history, and will alter Bilbo's life in untold ways.
- Part 1 of Powers of Persuasion
‘We may have won the battle, but I fear the war with winter is just beginning.’
The aftermath of war is no laughing matter. Those who died must be honoured, those who are wounded must be healed, and those who remain need food and clothing, peace and sanctuary. With Thorin's life hanging in the balance, it is up to Bilbo and the rest of the Company to rule the rag-tag remnants of Erebor in his place.
Then there is the matter of the gold...
Can Bilbo save both king and kingdom, or is Erebor destined to fall deeper into ruin?
- Part 1 of The Riven Crown Universe