Coming Soon - LOTR Legolas inspired perfume. Ethereal notes of smooth, pale musk and warm golden amber are blended with the ageless beauty of climbing ivy, crisp water mint, earthy vetiver, soft leather, creamy sandalwood, and night-blooming frangipani blossoms. This fragrance captures an indescribable feeling of timeless grace and sophistication, with a fresh yet earthy accord that is suitable for men and women.
Imagine: Being a servant in Minas Tirith since childhood and feeling so sorry for young Faramir when his father abuses him. So you begin to write anonymous letters of encouragement to leave for him. He writes back and you develop an intimate friendship, even though you continue to ignore his pleas for you to tell him who you are. It's not until years later when you're both grown up that you finally tell him. You've never seen him look happier than when he smiles at you in that moment
Request: Omg! Are you still
doing LOTR? If you are, would you mind doing a Legolas x reader where she’s a
girl dropped from our world into Middle Earth, and as a side effect of that has
ended up immortal but anyways something fluffy maybe? Thank you!
had been a week now, and you were still waiting for yourself to wake up. For
someone to pinch you and to wake up in your bed.
The American Tolkien Society first proclaimed Hobbit Day and Tolkien Week in 1978, and defines them as this: “Tolkien Week is observed as the calendar week containing September 22, which is always observed as Hobbit Day”, but acknowledges that Hobbit Day pre-dates their designation. Hobbit Day is the birthday of the hobbits Bilbo and Frodo Baggins, two fictional characters in J. R. R. Tolkien’s popular set of books The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. In the books both Bilbo and Frodo were said to be born on September 22, but of different years.