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SO FLUFFY!!!-Hobbit Characters X Reader"Oh my goodness! Look at them, they are so cute!" You squealed happily.SO FLUFFY!!!-Hobbit Characters X Reader by BeautyAndStrength
"That they are, lass." Bofur agreed.
"And they're so fluffy, too." Ori said.
"They're so fluffy, I can't even stand it." Fili said.
"They're so fluffy, I'm gonna die!" Kili said. You all agreed with him on that.
"What are you all doing over here?" Thorin asked as he and the others approached you, Fili, Kili, Ori and Bofur who were sitting around in a small group.
"This is what we are doing, uncle." Fili replied. You all move aside to reveal a litter of about a dozen bunny rabbits with their mother, who, surprisingly, was willing to let you play with her babies.
"Aw! How adorable!" Bilbo said, sitting down next to you as you handed him a tiny, fluffy bunny with brown fur.
Some of the other members of the company sat down with you and joined in. Bombur laid himself down on his back to let Bofur put one of the bunnies on his big belly. Bifur was transfixed by a little black and white patchwork bunny and started
Hope comes softly-Dwalin X ReaderHope comes softly-Dwalin X Reader by BeautyAndStrength
Note: This is a sequel to 'For Her', my other Dwalin X Reader. Be warned, this story may cause severe liquidation of the cardiac muscle (melting of the heart).
Dwalin wandered through the halls of Erebor, looking over the familiar walls and images that he had not seen in many years. He remembered it all just the way it was before the dragon attacked, so full of life and warmth; so full of hope.
This was his home. A home that he wasn't sure he would ever see again. But now, here he was, walking through its' halls, deep in thought and lost in memory. You'd think that he would feel happy and joyful at finally having returned. But, he didn't. Being back felt strange and somewhat gloomy. Because he knew what the cost was. He knew exactly what it took and what was lost to get them all there.
It had been one month since the Battle of Five Armies took pla
Warrior Boot Camp - Dwalin X ReaderWarrior Boot Camp - Dwalin X Reader by Faerietopia
"Rest, all of you. Tomorrow will be an intense day for everyone. If we expect to succeed in our quest, we have to be in shape" said Thorin Oakenshield, whose word is law and no one dares question his authority. He nodded to Dwalin, who returned the nod, as he chose his corner to sleep, always apart from the rest. You began to whisper to Bilbo, who was just as clueless as yourself,
"What exactly does he mean by being in shape?" you asked.
"I have no idea" replied Bilbo equally whispering. "but if all this long walk is not enough of an exercise, then I do not know what it is."
"Indeed, I feel my legs are swelling" you said to Bilbo.
"Lads, it is best if you save your energies by sleeping, instead of talking. Leave your worries aside." said Balin, who overheard the two of you whispering.
You blushed and then asked shyly, "I do not know what a dwarf training is like, should I worry?"
"Not really, you will be fine I promise. Now rest, lass." replied Balin to ease you down.
For Her-Dwalin X ReaderFor Her-Dwalin X Reader by BeautyAndStrength
Note: Contains mild nudity and some sexual hints. However I didn't use a filter since none of it is put in detail.
"For her, I'm doing it for her. I fight for my king and I fight for my home, but more than anything I fight for her. She means everything to me. I want to give her everything, I want to give her a home. She is my world, my heart, my love. I'm doing it for her. But, can she forgive me for it? Can she forgive me for leaving?"
These thoughts passed through Dwalin's mind as he lay on the bed, staring up at the ceiling, early one morning. Would you be able to forgive him for leaving? If you loved him, you would, that he knew. But he also knew that you would be angry at him for leaving. You would be angry at him for going off and risking his life for something that you had decided was hopeless.
You didn't believe in the quest. You didn't believe that Erebor could be reclaimed. You believed that Thorin was a fool for even thinking that he could take it back.
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