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In the Court of the High King  by Dreamflower 8 Review(s)
Grey WondererReviewed Chapter: 12 on 11/2/2012
Clever Aragorn! Hobbits and song just go together no matter what. Rather like hobbits and food. Lovely chapter.

GamgeeFestReviewed Chapter: 12 on 8/30/2012
Aragorn is quite a sneaky one. I can just imagine what Faramir would have to say about this! Probably best that he's in Ithelien. Most curious to hear the sentence Aragorn has settled on.

KittyReviewed Chapter: 12 on 7/27/2012
Well, that was an unexpected way for 'Tel' to get an impression of these two and form his own opinion of them! No wonder he's driving others to distraction. What a difference to Denethor! He'd not touch that sort of clothes with a ten-foot pole, never mind wear it and talk to prisoners that way.

Somehow I had that image of the Hobbits eating in all the inns to test the food over time, and then thought they could write an inn guide with recommendations by the time they leave for home.

Now let's see what Aragorn is planning for Dago and Clodio.

Author Reply: You are quite right. I figure these are tactics he used frequently as "Strider" and as the Chief of the Dunedain.

LOL! That sounds like a fun crack!fic!

You will soon see.

LarnerReviewed Chapter: 12 on 7/20/2012
And just why was I not surprised to learn that "Tel" was someone we know well? Heh! And I am now wondering just what kind of sentence Clodio and Dago will get. Sounds as if Dago is already setting himself up to fail.

Author Reply: Yep, "Tel" turned out to be pretty familiar.

Dago, like Clovis, is a stubborn-but-not-in-a-good-way hobbit. And he is still unhappy over losing out on what he thought was a "good investment at the time".

Linda HoylandReviewed Chapter: 12 on 7/19/2012
Aragorn had me fooled as much as the prisoners. Just loved his ruse!

Author Reply: LOL! I was surprised at the number of people who were surprised-- I figured that line about coming "down from the Bree-lands before the war" would be a dead giveaway! And of course, "Tel" was short for Telcontar=Strider. But it just goes to show how good he is at disguises!

Whispy Reviewed Chapter: 12 on 7/19/2012
Bahaha, sneaky, sneaky "Tel." "Beleg was beginning to understand why the King both delighted and frustrated the Steward." Yeah, I can imagine that Aragorn's given Faramir a few premature grey hairs. I bet when Faramir imagined the "King Returned", he didn't envision Aragorn's, er, eccentric way of doing things. ;)

I have all faith that Aragorn's judgement will be very just.


Author Reply:
Aragorn does have an eccentric way about him, doesn't he? LOL! But then, he can-- he's King!

shireboundReviewed Chapter: 12 on 7/19/2012
Your songs are always so hobbity. :)

The King is incredibly wise. I didn't guess who he was, either!

Author Reply: Thank you, dear! I love to think up hobbity songs!

*giggle* "Tel" did not tell a single fib: he came south from the Bree-lands before the War, and he was there in the enclosure because he had disagreed with Beleg-- of course, the nature of his disagreement was rather milder than implied.

FiondilReviewed Chapter: 12 on 7/19/2012
Ah Tel... or should I say Elessar? *grin* Sneaky king. Can't wait to see what punishment he decides for those two hobbits.

Author Reply: Perhaps "Telcontar", LOL!

He is pretty sneaky; and personally, I think he just likes excuses to be "Strider" again every now and then.

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