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Allies  by Kara's Aunty 3 Review(s)
LarnerReviewed Chapter: 8 on 6/28/2011
Yes, Imrahil's reasoning is very sound. And they will stand, fight--and WIN!

Author Reply: Hello Larner,

and what a win it will be! At least Imrahil's pep-talk put Pippin back in the mood for a fight!

Not that I condone violence, of course ...

Thanks for R & R-ing,

M ;)

AntaneReviewed Chapter: 8 on 6/28/2011
Imrahil's reasoning certainly makes sense. They show the reality of Frodo's imprisonment but past not present. Love Pippin's words at the end.

Namarie, God bless, Your bloom :)

Author Reply: Hello Tooky bloom,

I like to think Imrahil was a logical chap. I like to think it because someone had to be. Gandalf and the others had to stifle their dismay when they saw Frod and Sam's belongings the the hands of the Messenger - I think they were too occupied with trying not to reveal anything else to the Mouth of Sauron to offer Pippin the comfort of their thoughts (if they took any comfort in their thoughts at that testing time). Good old Imrahil the Fair, stepping up to the plate when the wee fellow needed it most!

Thanks for R & R-ing, cousin,


shireboundReviewed Chapter: 8 on 6/26/2011
Ohhh, I *love* this conversation! How wonderful.

Author Reply: Hello shirebound,

excellent! So glad to hear it :) There's not very much on Imrahil in the books, so this drabble was purely guesswork, though I think it's probably safe to assume he was a strong man with a good head on his shoulders (I suppose he'd have to be to keep Belfalas safe from the continually marauding Corsairs).

He was (in this drabble) the voice of reason at the Black Gate for Pippin, who was probably imagining Frodo in all sorts of trouble after seeing those tokens the Mouth of Sauron was bandying about so breezily.

Thanks for R & R-ing,

M ;)

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