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An Argetlam meets Aragorn

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Review of chapter "Chapter 6" from feuerfliege
Review:
Interesting story so far and a good read, too. There are quite a few interesting possibilities there and I'm looking forward to read more - especially about the Lorien-Elves' reaction to Saphira and Eragon and about how Boromir will change the flow of things.
Review By [feuerfliege] • Date [1 Jun 09] • Rating [8 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter 6" from DavidFraser
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Truly great reading... Enjoying much.
Review By [DavidFraser] • Date [15 Apr 09] • Rating [9 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter 6" from Toras
Review:
A Fascinating story using two of my favorites. I do look forward to the meeting between Eragon & Galadriel. That should be an entertaining encounter. Especially once Saphira get's introduced. :) Keep up the great work.
Review By [Toras] • Date [20 Feb 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter 6" from Almadynis
Review:
More please!
Review By [Almadynis] • Date [19 Feb 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter 6" from Dragonpink
Review:
So glad you updated, I just love this fic its real original and a pleasant change from allot of the other crossovers I've read. Can't wait for more =^.^=
Review By [Dragonpink] • Date [17 Feb 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter 6" from espinosaca
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In The Hobbit the Dwarves were driven from the Grey Mountains by Smaug, there were no other dragons. Dragons were some of the most powerful but also least numerous of Morgoth and later Sauron's forces.Morgoth mirrored his servants on other beings: orcs on elves, trolls on ents, etc. Dragons had no basis so he had to expend alot more energy in their creation.
Comments from author:
Yet again, many thanks for your input.

Much appreciated. I think i need to alter canon slightly there however, for the sake of this story. I'll have it that there are many types of dragon north of the mounains. Still, i hope it won't put you off!

Out of interest, doyou actually like the story?
Review By [espinosaca] • Date [17 Feb 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter 6" from JoshuaRichardson
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Glad to see the story continued.
Review By [JoshuaRichardson] • Date [17 Feb 09] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter 4" from espinosaca
Review:
While the Inheritance saga is not my forte in terms of fantasy novels from what I've read in them its precisely Eragon's non-vocal nature that seems out of character. You must remember that everyone in the Fellowship is older then they appear, Gandalf being the oldest since he's a maiar, Aragorn in his earlier 80's due to his Numenorean blood, Legolas is old enough to remember when Greenwood the Great became Mirkwood, Gimli at least over 50 by my count since it would take a while to get so skilled with an axe, the hobbits all being at least 50 since they left the Shire 20 years I think after Bilbo's 111 birthday at which point Frodo was 33. For dragons it is stated in the Silmarillion that Morgoth created the first dragon, Glaurung, which had no wings and was later killed by Turin Turambar. The first and strongest winged dragon in Lord of the Rings lexicon was Ancalagon the Black which was killed by Earendil. This dragon was said to be so large it blotted out the sun even from a distance but its fire was also said to be insufficient to melt the One Ring. Its a wikipedia link but here it is: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragon_%28Middle-earth%29 People on this site are entirely too free forgetting the ages of some characters I hope you aren't. Good luck hope this helps.
Comments from author:
Many thanks again.

As always much apprec─▒ated. He will be more talkative in the next chapter!
Review By [espinosaca] • Date [8 Jun 08] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter 4" from jupitersdaughter
Review:
Ooooo! Pretty. More? Please? The exhcanges between them are great!
Review By [jupitersdaughter] • Date [8 Jun 08] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter 4" from grd
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Wow! More please. Wondering how you would do such a seemingly impossible crossover, but its sounds good so far. Thank you.
Review By [grd] • Date [7 Jun 08] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "Chapter 4" from Dragonpink
Review:
Wow this is a new one. Great idea for a crossover, can't wait for more =^.^=
Review By [Dragonpink] • Date [7 Jun 08] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "Chapter 4" from espinosaca
Review:
This is a good idea but I think you've overdone Eragon's maturity and underestimated both Aragorn's abilities and his maturity. Aragorn is older then Eragon, by several years since he is over 80 by the time of the War of the Ring. Legolas is also even older by that time. No one in the Fellowship would trust a dragon, since in Middle-Earth they're evil beings created by the First Enemy, Morgoth, before even Sauron.
Comments from author:
Purely out of curiousity i assure you, have you read both current books of the Inheritance series?

Hmmm, bear in mind that Eragon for most of chapters 3 and 4 is in constant communication with Saphira, who in behaviour is far more mature than he. You may recal in a number of canon cases she helps Eragon make decisions etc, or helps him etc. I'm sorry if you feel he's out of character, but as i didn't touch "too" deeply on his thought processes, and he didn't talk too much, then i'm personaly not sure you can properly judge yet. I respect your opinion though and will attempt to correct this in future!

On the other hand, the difference in age is very important, and i much appreciate you pointing this out to me, i was aware of the differences in their ages, and Aragorns unusual (for humans) age due to his Numenorean descent, but i must admit, i'd not thought too much about the wider implication. Or at least, this aspect hadn't occured to me.


"Noone in the fellowship would trust a dragon?" Ahh, well i must admit, that if what you say is true, then it is my lack of knowledge on the subject that is the cause of this mistake. I was only aware of dragons in middle earth in relation to Smaug, and Gandalf's comment that while the ring might be melted by the breath of dragon, he knew of none personally still in middle earth. Is there any chance of you giving me a link of some sort to somewhere that explains that Dragons were the creation of the Morgoth? Is it in the Silmarillion per chance?

Thanks for not just flaming, and your comments are much appreciated.
Review By [espinosaca] • Date [7 Jun 08] • Not Rated
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