|Reviews for The Prophecy of the One Ring|
| Inu-yokia chapter 27 . 9/26
oh boy I am so excited for the Frodo/Lucy romance! Literally read that he was going to propose and threw my phone on my bed in happiness! Then started tointernally scream when Bilbo made his comment. Like really!
| Inu-yokia chapter 20 . 9/26
wait where did the ring go?!
| godisme chapter 43 . 8/11
Kraken, The Watcher in the Water
| godisme chapter 22 . 8/10
Actually he is in the movie he just doesn't have any dialogue, he's in the final charge, you can see him smash a couple minotaurs, he is a giant in yellow
| godisme chapter 15 . 8/10
Ha! A fine end to the Son of Azog, Susan killing him is just too good: not as impressive as Beorn mauling him to death in the book but still impressive
| godisme chapter 14 . 8/10
Am I the only one who finds that whole scene with Thranduil in the movie makes zero sense: Elves Hate Orcs more then anything, they do not let them spread unabated in the books Thranduil and his Army made no moves to retreat in the Battle of Five Armies, in fact the sight of the Orcs incensed them to full wrath for their hatred of Orcs
| godisme chapter 12 . 8/10
Not fictional actually, its rather a species of dear that died out about 200,000 years ago, also Jadis with the One Ring? Terrifying as all hell: Of people to have that ring she is by far one of the most terrifying because she'd actually be able to use its power
| godisme chapter 9 . 8/10
Remember Bain is important as he was the first King of Dale after Bard and oversaw much of the rebuilding of Dale and Esgaroth
| godisme chapter 6 . 8/10
Indeed it was changed. the words go like this "The King beneath the Mountains, the King of Carven Stone, the Lord of Silver Fountains shall come unto his own. His crown shall be upholden, his harp shall be restrung, his halls shall echo golden to songs of yore resung. The Woods shall wave on Mountains and Grass beneath the Sun. His Wealth shall flow in Fountains, and the Rivers Golden Run. The streams shall run in gladness, the lakes will shine and burn, all sorrow fail and sadness at the Mountain King's Return. All Sorrow Fail and Sadness at the Mountain King's Return" Yeah Bard has the song wrong, but considering the fact pessimism has always been a character trait of his, even in the book. All sorrow fail and Sadness means both sorrow and sadness fail and there will be much rejoicing; the lakes shining and burning in the sunlight of a new golden age between the Men of Dale and the Dwarves of Erebor.
| Cowboy-4-Christ chapter 52 . 5/25
Pretty dang good
| Animeak116 chapter 20 . 5/20
no matter what version of the Lion the witch and the warden I read. that stone table scene always gets to me. be it in a fantic ot the actual book
| Guest chapter 52 . 2/12
This was amazing. I almost cried.
| Kristy LeeKl chapter 52 . 2/11
Let this be a lesson to Peter and Caspian.
| thedarkpokemaster chapter 52 . 2/11
Whoa so Boromir has died then, and Frodo has left so he can destroy the Ring but we know he has Sam with him at least.
| Kristy LeeKl chapter 51 . 2/7
I have been quite giddy this whole tale, especially with Susan's coming decision and Frodo's concern for Lucy. I hope Peter cools his hot head soon. It reminds me of the scene in VotDT with the gold water.
I can't wait to read more and become giddy again!