More The Hobbit
Blurb about Fili and his jackal daemon, Hene:"You're both stupid," Hene hissed as they crouched, watching Bilbo slip unnoticed by the trolls. She nipped as his hand suddenly and he cringed, jerking away slightly all while looking down at her. Her eyes screamed her displeasure at his and Kili's willingness to put the Hobbit in danger. "When Thorin finds out he'll be enraged."
"He won't find out," Fili whispered back, glancing over at Kili, who was still watching Bilbo, waiting for a sign of trouble. "Our burglar will be..."
Before he could finish speaking he heard Bilbo shout and saw Kili and Frayda race in to try and rescue the Hobbit from the trolls. Oops. Definitely not good. Hene snarled at his side as they too leapt into the mix, shouting loud enough that the others would hear and come to aid them, the whole while Fili couldn't help but think that Hene was right. This had been a rather stupid idea.Hene
is a Yiddish name meaning "favour"
Blurb about Kili and his red fox daemon, Frayda:Kili sat, nursing the bumps and bruises he'd acquired in trying to fight off three mountain trolls, glancing every now and the at Bilbo, who was across the camp, tending to his own minor injuries. He hadn't thought anything bad would happen when getting the burglar to try and steal back the ponies. He'd actually been rather confident in the Hobbit's ability to sneak by the trolls unseen. And it had been working, rather well in fact. At least until that one halfwit troll had grabbed the poor Hobbit.
He winced when Frayda unexpectedly nipped his fingers. "What was that for?" He shook his hand, glancing at his fingers.
"For nearly getting us all eaten!" She huffed, tail puffing up to twice its normal size. "You're just lucky Bilbo can think on his feet and that Gandalf showed up when he did. Lucky Thorin didn't knock you and Fili both over the heads!"
Kili gave her a sheepish look. "I didn't mean any harm. It was just...the Hobbit is so much smaller and I thought..."
Frayda rolled her eyes suddenly. "I know what you thought, Kili, and it wasn't much. Next time think a little more, hmm?"
He smiled and gave her a small nod.Frayda
is a Yiddish name meaning "joy"