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|Rhapsody's ramblings by Rhapsody||4 Review(s)|
|Larner||Reviewed Chapter: 10 on 4/14/2007|
|The poor young Gaffer, facing such a company entering his Master's house. Heh!|
Author Reply: I think this is one of my favourite moments in the Hobbit: Bilbo's running around while one dwarf after another arrives... and he stresses about not having enough food. When I got the character assigned, I just knew I had to write this moment. I so can imagine how Gaffer (just like Sam later on) would tell these stories after a day of hard work to his family. :) Now that's a nice bunny...
|Dreamflower||Reviewed Chapter: 10 on 11/22/2006|
|Yes, I can imagine Hamfast worrying about his Master. And he would certainly have been awed by all those Dwarves--and a wizard as well!|
Author Reply: I recently read that part of the Hobbit and I was amazed by all the colours and different voices every Dwarf has in that book, so I am happy to read that I captured Gaffer's impression very well! Thank you so much for this wonderful review!!
|Grey Wonderer||Reviewed Chapter: 10 on 11/22/2006|
|I adore this! I love seeing the Gaffer meet up with the dwarves. Now he has his own story to tell Sam later on.|
Author Reply: Oh! *blinks* A review from you! Wow. I am a big fan of your stories, so wow! I always wondered why Sam had this fascination for elves alone, he never asked about Dwarves on his journey to Rivendell and as far as I can recall he reacted normal to Gimli (I might be mistaken though), so yes. With this in mind I thought how nice it would be that Gaffer would have met the Dwarves before Bilbo left on his adventure and would tell of Dwarves to his children, leaving the mystery of elves in the open for Sam. Now I am wondering if I am making sense.
But thank you so much for reviewing my little drabble: I feel deeply honoured.
|Larner||Reviewed Chapter: 10 on 11/22/2006|
|Certainly the Dwarves had hilarious names.|