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PlymouthFury58


Meat hooks, shoelaces, tire irons, and microwave ovens

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The day starts out like any other, until Sunny Starscout purchases a most peculiar book. She brings it back to her friends for a little book club, until the book itself transports them to the land of Middle-Earth. There, they become involved and a part of the Company of Thorin Oakenshield, and by extension alongside Bilbo Baggins. Along the way, they encounter a plentiful of beings and creatures such as Elves, Hobbits, Dwarves, wizards, and a Skin-Changer; but also the Orcs of Gundabad, the Goblins of the Misty Mountains, and the great Fire-Worm that stole Erebor all those decades ago.

Not only with the Mane 5 risk their own lives and their friendships, but also discover more about themselves.

I am not a skilled writer, but I had this idea in my head so I figured, why not? This can also be found on Fanfiction.net, same title but under a different username of mine.

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Comments ( 12 )

This is an interest LOTR x MLP crossover. The opening is captivating.

You could even out the pacing a little though, as there are some parts that are a bit rushed. Another thing is that Sunny seems to know what is happening. Maybe you could add some confusion or speculation to her part, so that she would not appear to know everything, as it would make her dry and less natural.

That said, it is really good. Have yet to find more LOTR x MLP as good as this :twilightsmile:

The intro was very familiar for it like I saw a fanfic about but instead of team S.H.I.P.Z is the Mane 6 and Starlight.It almost exact same.

🤔 Hmmmm

I love that you included lines from the Peter Jackson films, as those films get far too much hate than they actually deserve.

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Music for the end of the chapter 12:

Afterwards the dwarves and ponies helped to clear away the dishes, with Bilbo being less than egregious as always.

"Excuse me! That is a doily, not a dishcloth."

"But it's full of holes," Bofur said.

"It's supposed to look like that. It's crochet."

"Oh, and a wonderful game it is. If you got the balls for it."

"I prefer track running," Zipp amused.

"Bebother and confusticate these dwarves!"

"My dear Bilbo, what on earth is the matter?" Gandalf asked.

Bilbo did not drop chagrined state of mind. "What's the matter? I'm surrounded by dwarves. What are they doing here?!"

"Oh, they're quite a merry gathering." Hitch was inclined to say it remains to be seen, but held back. "Once you get used to them."

"I don't want to get used to them! Look at the state of my kitchen! There's mud trailing the carpet! Th-they've pillaged the pantry! I'm not even going to tell you what they've done in the bathroom. They've all but destroyed the plumbing. I just don't understand what they're doing in my house!"

Presently Pipp approached Bilbo, dinner plate in hoof. "I'm sorry to interrupt Bilbo, but what should I do with my plate?"

Suddenly Fili appeared. "'Ere you go Pipp, give it to me."

He then tossed right to Kili like it was a baseball, right passed Gandalf, before being thrown yet again to Bifur at the kitchen sink.

"Excuse me! That is my mother's West Farthing crockery! It's over a hundred years old!" Bilbo cried, helpless to the flying plates above his head, and the drumming of his silverware on the dining table.

"And could you not do that?! You'll blunt them!"

"Oh, d'ya hear that lads?" Bofur chuckled. "He says we'll blunt the knives."

The dwarves then all broke into one of their many songs:

"Kili: Blunt the knives, bend the forks!

Fili: Smash the bottles, and burn the corks!

Dwarf chorus: Chip the glasses and crack the plates...

That's what Bilbo Baggins hates!"

By now Dwalin began strumming a string instrument, Bofur blowing a wooden flute, and Oin make-shifting with a teapot. Pipp immediately caught with their song, with Hitch bopping to the melody in his chair.

"Chorus: Cut the cloth, tread on the fat!

Leave the bones on the bedroom mat!

Pour the milk on the pantry floor...!

Splash the wine on every door!"

Soon, Izzy's joined the chorus, with Zipp and Sunny doing a sort of pony-styled Irish jig.

"Chorus: Dump the crocks in a boiling bowl!

Pound them up with a thumping pole!

And when you're finished if they are whole...

Send then down the hall to roll!"

By now, Hitch joined the singing chorus, but was mostly marveled at Pipp's smooth and bedazzling movements above the rest, while Balin simply rolled his eyes at their foolishness.

"Chorus: That's what Bilbo Baggins hates!"

Bilbo pushed past the crowd in the kitchen, only to find that every plate, bowl, and cup was neatly cleaned and stacked right in the middle kitchen countertop. Even the ponies found it amusing, not so much Bilbo.

For the song:

How would Thorne know about hitch

I'm liking the fact you're combining the movie and book. It's a nice touch.

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