You are gathering and folding some clean clothes to help Óin taking care of the wounded: taking his orders and
fetching him what he needs is all you can do. Your back aches and you are tired
of standing but you must consider yourself lucky to be still alive. Many have
died in this battle, many have been severely injured, first and foremost the
King, who has not woken
up yet; even Fili has been badly hurt, but he is quickly recovering.
You wipe your sweaty forehead with the
back of your hand, ready
to take the clothes to the infirmary set up in the newly reclaimed Erebor, when you hear unmistakable and
hurried footsteps. Bilbo’s voice is calling your name: you look at the door and
you see the Hobbit running in the corridor, then coming back and entering the door of the room
where you are working.
Fili and Kili
had roped you into joining them to go to the Shire, where they were to meet up with
their uncle, your king, and the others of the company. You weren’t officially invited,
being female and a dwarf was rare to come by meaning you were treated like one
of the rarest jewels to lie in the halls of Erebor. However you didn’t want to be
protected and you were more than willing to take your role as the Princess to
travel alongside your prince and his brother and then on further to Erebor to
reclaim your ancestor’s homeland.
A/N: For @princess-of-erebor1992 to kickstart fic requests with a little fic exchange! Request was for Fili and Kili offering the reader comfort after the breakup. I hope you like it!
Description: Reader’s boyfriend calls it quits, Fili and Kili offer comfort (and a prank idea)
Word count: 682
Warnings: Break-up? Definitely some angst, but some fluff and laughs by the end.
You had selected the blanket carefully, assembled all of
their favorite foods, and selected the perfect picnic spot. It had been too
long since you had spent time with the three men. Fili and Kili had been so busy
with their princely duties to Erebor, and your boyfriend had been hard at work
in the forges since he had stepped into the mountain. You had cornered the
three of them the other day, insisting that they put time aside for this
picnic. Fili and Kili responded to the invitation with their usual enthusiasm,
but it took some convincing to get your boyfriend to agree. But he had agreed,
in the end, and you supposed that was what mattered.
I saw a fire moon once. It rose over the pass near Dunland. Huge! Red and gold it was, it filled the sky. We were an escort for some merchants from Ered Luin, they were trading in silverwork for furs. We took the Greenway south, keeping the mountain to our left, and then it appeared. This huge fire moon lighting our path. I wish I could show you.