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The Patter of Feet

Certh - 09 Mar 13 - 2:59 AM

Ch. 1: Chapter 1

Apart from a couple spelling slip-ups (for example, "Pippen" instead of "Pippin"), this was nicely written. It presents a different look into Legolas's personality and thoughts, one that is perhaps closer to the film depiction of the Elf than the book portrayal, but one that is nevertheless intriguing. The loss of home is a wonderful theme to expand on, and Legolas's musings and worries were shown in a vivid manner.

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curiouswombat - 09 Mar 13 - 10:51 AM

Ch. 1: Chapter 1

I think that you are very astute in your note in which you say that one of the central themes of LotR is the loss of home.

And, like you, I see this shared sense of sorrow being the first inkling of a possible friendship between elf and dwarf.

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erunyauve - 24 May 13 - 9:24 PM

Ch. 3: Chapter 3

I'm enjoying this story - it's not often that we get such an introspective Legolas.  And I always wanted to know what Legolas and Gimli were up to when they were roaming around Lothlórien.

I especially appreciated the bit about Galadriel.  It's always irked me to see her regarded as practically a saint while Thranduil is treated as a villain.  No one seems to remember that he held his realm without a ring to protect it.

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