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-Elven love- Legolas Fanfiction Chapter 1Above me, I hear the roaring of the dragon, I hear screaming. Some of pain, some of fear. I hear the fire crackling and feeding itself with the wooden houses of Laketown. I hear people crying, shouting. I think Mordor would be a nicer place than this. I see the dwarf with the big hat is shrinking by every scream and noise from outside. I feel depressed. So many will die. And I? Do I survive this disaster? More important: Would Tauriel survive it? I shouldn’t let her go. I watch how she gently put her hand on the forehead of the Don Juan. He closes his eyes and moans softly.-Elven love- Legolas Fanfiction Chapter 1 by Eleynah
‘Your fever is getting lower.’ Says Tauriel and smiles to him. My heart protests. I was jealous. I never wanted to admit. But I was. Jealous of that stupid dwarf who gets more attention than I. My burns on my chest hurt and I wish she was healing me instead of him. The blond dwarf with his braided moustache sits down Don Juan and feels his forehead too.
‘You will be better soon, little brothe
Nothing Without You Part 3Kili continued to run through the trees, jumping over fallen logs and ditches. Heart beating rapidly in his chest, fearing for his friends, and the pain from his arm pulsed into his skull and resonated in the area behind his eyes. Every footstep made it feel like a small explosion inside his head. He pushed low hanging branches out of his way and slashed at the thick foliage with his sword. Finally the trees began to thin – he had wandered further into the woods than he had first though, and therefor too far away to warn his friends about the wargs before they attacked. He cursed himself quietly for not arriving back quick enough. He could the ferocious growls of the wargs and the slashing and pounding of the company’s weapons getting louder as he approached.Nothing Without You Part 3 by MouseKatMCR
The wargs didn’t seem to fall – they had only managed to kill one - despite all the blows the dwarves landed, and the fact they were outnumbered didn’t seem to make any difference. For the beas
Nothing Without You Part 4Kili was sure he had never run so fast in his life, but even so, he could hear the wargs begin to catch him up with every step. He wouldn’t outrun them, they were far too quick. But his momentum and the adrenaline pounding through his veins kept him surging forward into the forest deeper and darker. Kili could hear the wargs, he could hear their thundering steps, he could hear their howls. He sidestepped swiftly to the left and ducked behind a rock just as the three wargs approached. They stopped a little further to sniff the air; they knew he was near, that they hadn’t lost him. He quietly released his sword from the sheath on his hip, it caught the light of the moon through the trees and glinted. So, he’d successfully drawn the wargs’ attention from his friends in camp, but what now? He didn’t have a plan for what to do next. In fact he wasn’t sure he even had a plan in the first place. He had just acted on impulse. All he knew was that he couldnNothing Without You Part 4 by MouseKatMCR
Nothing Without You Part 5The company ran through the dense trees, the only light to guide them came from the moon. The silver light helped to pick out tracks in the dirt which kept leading them deeper into the woods. Fili was ahead, the others – even Thorin – had to push themselves to keep up with the young dwarf. A million thoughts raced through his head, terrifying thoughts that sent chills up his spine to even consider. What if they didn’t reach Kili in time? Or what if they didn’t reach him at all? Kili was a good fighter but he couldn’t possibly stand a chance against three Wargs! Fili felt his chest tighten with dread at the prospect of the wargs catching his brother.Nothing Without You Part 5 by MouseKatMCR
“Wait!” Bofur called, coming to a dead stop. Ori almost collided with him, not expecting the dwarf to stop so suddenly. “Here! A warg!” Fili came to a halt and turned to see the others walking cautiously into the shrubbery.
“Careful.” Thorin said, holding up a hand, signallin
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