|Reviews for Some Nameless Place|
| intoxicatedasphyxiation chapter 25 . 1/15/2013
Amazing, and I love the hilarious series of fires they leave behind them each time.
| Emily chapter 25 . 2/23/2010
Good advice, Emma aka aelfgifu! I hope for the sake of the townspeople that that new name isn't prophetic. : )
Nice of that Harad woman to do that. Girlpower! : )
| Emily chapter 24 . 2/23/2010
What an interesting mental picture: Legolas hopping around after the "Hunter" trying to string that ginormous bow of his, singed hair akimbo... : )
Well, things seem to be going well. Five buildings burned down for certain, as well as the others that the last two fires spread to. Burn, baby, burn!
I rather think by the time the Fellowship manages to get everyone back together, the town will have a name. Probably something like Ashville or Burns, or something else pyromaniac-y. : )
| Emily chapter 23 . 2/23/2010
'Peter held the door for them then peered out into the night. "Any more of you out there?"'
That...would be an excellent question. The Fellowship does seem to have a tendency to arrive in groups. Now I know how Bilbo felt in "The Hobbit." : )
It wasn't poisoned? Phew. And I was beginning to worry you had no familiarity whatsoever with red herrings. We readers like to be surprised every once in a while with one of those. You sure had me fooled there! Lucky Merry...
And...they're off! Again! : )
| Emily chapter 22 . 2/23/2010
'"But before experiencing that pleasure, it would enjoy killing the little one's guardians and burning the humans' home down about their heads."'
'"I am sure that Marly would appreciate your help, Pippin. Legolas is no good in a kitchen. He would probably set the house afire."'
If you are not a pyromaniac, why do you keep making references to fire in this way? It's very suspicious...
'"Sleep, Ringbearer," he whispered. "You are safe now."'
Oh, the delicious irony! (As if!) : )
| Emily chapter 21 . 2/23/2010
As if you read my mind from the distant past, your first review response was one claiming that you are not a pyromaniac. Of course, that reply wasn't to me, but I still ended up reading it.
However, I refute your claim due to the following sentence: "This plot just occurred to me and then the whole story caught flame."
| Emily chapter 20 . 2/23/2010
Showdown, indeed. I would have hated to have to wait for the updates to this intriguing story; that's the benefit of reading really old stories; they're already done with. : )
| Emily chapter 19 . 2/23/2010
Building #4, you pyromaniac, you. : )
Well, this ought to put a dent in that awful commander's plans.
| Emily chapter 16 . 2/21/2010
'"I don't think I want to know about this…" growled the wizard more to himself than them.'
Gandalf...you never spoke a truer word. Believe you me. : )
Oh, that commander...that's it. My last vestiges of compassion for that man just went right out the window, shortly followed by gold to pay for Boromir's bail. Curse him. Yes, I think a duel to the death with the "Hunter" will be quite nice.
Speaking of which, is this woman the "Hunter?" And, if so, why is she nocturnal? (Yes, I read the responses to your reviews, and the reviews themselves. Great way to get information, that.) What will happen to poor Brion? She plainly won't just let him go. He'd talk.
Well, Merry didn't "catch it hot." But perhaps he's about to, once Gandalf knows about the shell-game? And then perhaps the cellar will go up in an explosion! : )
| Emily chapter 15 . 2/21/2010
Do you know what I think? I think you should have that commander fellow and the "Hunter" duke it to the death at the end of this little fic of yours. Gr...of course, it's not like I have a say in the matter, since the fic is already finished, and it's not as if I don't feel sorry for the commander, but his treatment of Boromir (who wasn't even responsible for the deaths of his sons and wife and his being run out of Minas Tirith) is unacceptable. Gr...
Oho, Merry's going to catch it hot! Can't wait!
I note that you didn't have Frodo faint until most of the nasty work was already completed. Poor hobbit. You do love your impromptu torture, don't you? : )
The jail didn't go up in flames in this chapter, but I haven't given up hope yet. It might be that the commander is even more stubborn than he has yet shown, and Gandalf and Co. will have to cause a... distraction... to get Boromir out.
What's happened to Brion?
| Emily chapter 14 . 2/21/2010
Curses. Everything's going WRONG! Brion's been (presumably) taken by the "Hunter" as someone previously referred to him, Frodo's about to be in great pain, Merry has hatched another escapade that will probably get Aragorn and Legolas thrown into jail as well (didn't I TELL you Aragorn's words were words of prophecy?), and... GAH!
I rather think the jail will be on the next list of things to burn down. Budgielover, you astound me. (Are you a closet pyromaniac or something?)
| Emily chapter 13 . 2/21/2010
"Oh no," muttered Sam, then wondered why that utterance sounded so familiar to him.
Sam, it's probably better for your sanity if you don't remember. : )
'...Merry reconsidered his words. "I mean, you aren't wanted for anything."
"Yet," growled the Ranger ominously.'
Words of prophecy, Aragorn, words of prophecy.
| Emily chapter 12 . 2/21/2010
And we're at three buildings and counting! How is the Fellowship going to be able to pay for all this damage? Not to mention that grain was probably the main food supply of the town in the winter. They're in for it now... seriously.
Sam's right- again. That was just plain STUPID. Even I know better than to do that, and I'm no farmer either!
| Emily chapter 11 . 2/21/2010
Curses. A riot, indeed.
| Emily chapter 10 . 2/21/2010
Once again, I echo Sam's sentiments. Oh, no, indeed. MERRY...!
*mutters and stomps off*