Stories of Arda Home Page
About Us News Resources Login Become a member Help Search
swiss replica watches replica watches uk Replica Rolex DateJust Watches

Agape's Attempts  by Agape4Gondor 5 Review(s)
6336Reviewed Chapter: 15 on 10/6/2008
Well, I suppose you could look at it that way! I am not sure the Valar are solely to blame it was more like six of one and half a dozen of the other! Pebbles and ripples wich are still rolling through Arda!

Author Reply: Hey - give the man a little leeway! Nasty old mountain. Pebbles and ripples indeed. Must have been difficult, though, to grow up in the shadow of the thing. It was not thus for Denethor - never burst into flames, if I recall rightly, until around TA 2950???

Queen GaladrielReviewed Chapter: 15 on 10/31/2007
Hmm, interesting. I wish Boromir had gotten to see there what he longed to see…

Author Reply: Of course, the blaming Feanor was done tongue-in-cheek. But Boromir was right in the fact that the mountain should be beautiful and living and bring joy and peace to Gondor's people. I too wish Boromir could have seen that.

Thanks so much for your comment. Forgive the late reply, please?

Violin GhostReviewed Chapter: 15 on 8/20/2007
I'm certain I read this somewhere before. On, maybe. I think I reviewed it, but I'm not entirely sure.

Anyway, just in case I didn't, I just want to say thanks for a funny double drabble. Of course it's all Feanor's fault! ;)

Author Reply: I wrote it awhile ago and put it on the HASA yahoo group site. Gald it made you laugh! And that too is all Feanor's fault :)

Grey WondererReviewed Chapter: 15 on 7/28/2007
Boromir's love of his country and his people is at the very center of his heart as this shows. Bravo!

Author Reply: Thank you, ten thousand times!

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 15 on 7/26/2007
I find myself giggling--blame it ALL on poor Feanor! Poor, foolish, great Elven smith that he was. Yet as it was Morgoth who lusted after light and not Sauron I think that Boromir's blaming Feanor for Sauron's choices as well as Pelendur's.

Author Reply: I definitely think he was, Larner; you're right in that... but it was Sauron who was taken prisoner and brought to Numenor - and Sauron's lies that brought the downfall of Numenor... Sauron was a Maiar... a servant of one of the Valar... therefore, in Boromir's thoughts... closely aligned with any who betrayed Middle-earth... and Sauron's betrayal led to the desolation that lay before Boromir's eyes in Morgoth... convoluted...

And yes - everything is ALL Feanor's fault! ROTFL

Return to Chapter List