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* DirectLineToTheAuthor Tolkien is said to have visited the other world and used it as inspiration.



* LiteraryAgentHypothesis: Invoked. Tolkien is said to have visited the other world and used it as inspiration.


* CelticMythology: Some of the elves

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* CelticMythology: Myth/CelticMythology: Some of the elves



* NorseMythology: The mythology and culture of the characters' home world is dominated by Norse Mythology and culture. Also, Veror is Old Norse for world. Thorin and his ancestor Eikinscialdi are obscure characters from Norse myths, while his relatives Andvari and Dvalin are slightly better-known.

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* NorseMythology: Myth/NorseMythology: The mythology and culture of the characters' home world is dominated by Norse Mythology and culture. Also, Veror is Old Norse for world. Thorin and his ancestor Eikinscialdi are obscure characters from Norse myths, while his relatives Andvari and Dvalin are slightly better-known.



* ShoutOut: Thorin's last name, Eikinscialdi, is a reference to NorseMythology and [[Literature/TheHobbit Thorin Oakenshield.]] Frodo's name is a reference to ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'', as is his brother's. The name of the city was the name of a river in LOTR.

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* ShoutOut: Thorin's last name, Eikinscialdi, is a reference to NorseMythology Myth/NorseMythology and [[Literature/TheHobbit Thorin Oakenshield.]] Frodo's name is a reference to ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'', as is his brother's. The name of the city was the name of a river in LOTR.


* ShoutOut: Thorin's last name, Eikinscialdi, is a reference to NorseMythology and [[TheHobbit Thorin Oakenshield.]] Frodo's name is a reference to The Lord of the Rings, as is his brother's. The name of the city was the name of a river in LOTR.

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* ShoutOut: Thorin's last name, Eikinscialdi, is a reference to NorseMythology and [[TheHobbit [[Literature/TheHobbit Thorin Oakenshield.]] Frodo's name is a reference to The Lord of the Rings, ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'', as is his brother's. The name of the city was the name of a river in LOTR.


* [[InterspeciesAdoption]]: Thorin and the halflings.

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* [[InterspeciesAdoption]]: InterspeciesAdoption: Thorin and the halflings.


Thorin Eikinscialdi, son of Draupnir, is a Dwarf, a distant relative of Nar, the current chieftain of the tribe of Eikinskjaldi. He's also raised Frodo and his brother Meriadoc and cousin Alfwin.

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Thorin Eikinscialdi, son of Draupnir, is a Dwarf, a distant relative of Nar, the current chieftain of the tribe of Eikinskjaldi. He's also raised Frodo and his brother Meriadoc and cousin Alfwin.Cynbel.



* HappilyAdopted: Frodo and his brother and cousin.



* [[InterspeciesAdoption Interracial Adoption]]: Thorin and the halflings.

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* [[InterspeciesAdoption Interracial Adoption]]: [[InterspeciesAdoption]]: Thorin and the halflings.

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* LandofFaerie: Alfheim.

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* LandofFaerie: LandOfFaerie: Alfheim.


* [[DarkIsNotEvil DarkIsNotAlwaysEvil]]: There are some good orcs. In a more straightforward version, Dvergar (dwarves) are often thought to be evil because they are associated with death.

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* [[DarkIsNotEvil DarkIsNotAlwaysEvil]]: Dark Is Not Always Evil]]: There are some good orcs. In a more straightforward version, Dvergar (dwarves) are often thought to be evil because they are associated with death.


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* LukeNounverber: Thorin and Andvari's ancestor, Dvalin Runebringer.

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* LukeNounverber: Thorin and Andvari's ancestor, Dvalin Dwalin Runebringer.



* NorseMythology: The mythology and culture of the characters' home world is dominated by Norse Mythology and culture. Also, Veror is Old Norse for world. Thorin and his ancestor Eikinskjaldi are obscure characters from Norse myths, while his relatives Andvari and Dvalin are slightly better-known.

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* NorseMythology: The mythology and culture of the characters' home world is dominated by Norse Mythology and culture. Also, Veror is Old Norse for world. Thorin and his ancestor Eikinskjaldi Eikinscialdi are obscure characters from Norse myths, while his relatives Andvari and Dvalin are slightly better-known.


Perilous Realms is the name of Morwen Edhelwen's UrbanFantasy novel, which she describes as APhaeryNamedPhredde by Jackie French, witha dash of The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R Tolkien, which is in its draft stage. Frodo is a hobbit who was named after a Dwarven chieftain. But he lives in an Australian city, in an outer neighbourhood called the Westmarch, filled with elves, orcs and other refugees from another dimension.

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Perilous Realms is the name of Morwen Edhelwen's UrbanFantasy novel, which she describes as APhaeryNamedPhredde by Jackie French, witha dash of The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R Tolkien, which is in its draft stage. Frodo is a hobbit who was named after a Dwarven chieftain. But he lives in an Australian city, a futuristic city called Silverlode, in an outer neighbourhood called the Westmarch, filled with elves, orcs and other refugees from another dimension.



Tensions increase with the discovery that the dark lord, disguised as a human, may have come to the district and that some evil Orcs, working for the hidden dark lord, may be attempting to conquer it out of revenge and desire to destroy fragments of a magical ring of protection, inscribed with runes, that was originally a talisman of a noble house and get hold a of a treasure hoard. They are chasing an ordinary human girl, Emily, who has no idea that her family is a branch of the family that originally was given the ring, and that she is a noblewoman from a hilltop kingdom.

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Tensions increase with the discovery that the dark lord, disguised as a human, may have come to the district and that some evil Orcs, working for the hidden dark lord, may be attempting to conquer it out of revenge and desire to destroy fragments of a magical ring of protection, protective bracelet, inscribed with runes, that was originally a talisman of a noble house and get hold a of a treasure hoard. They are chasing an ordinary human girl, Emily, who has no idea that her family is a branch of the family that originally was given the ring, and that she is a noblewoman from a hilltop kingdom.




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*CityOfAdventure: Silverlode



* TheFuture



* ShoutOut: Thorin's last name, Eikinscialdi, is a reference to NorseMythology and [[TheHobbit Thorin Oakenshield.]] Frodo's name is a reference to The Lord of the Rings, as is his brother's. Emily is a modern version of Eowyn.

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* ShoutOut: Thorin's last name, Eikinscialdi, is a reference to NorseMythology and [[TheHobbit Thorin Oakenshield.]] Frodo's name is a reference to The Lord of the Rings, as is his brother's. Emily is a modern version The name of Eowyn.
the city was the name of a river in LOTR.


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* FairytaleMotifs: Arwen Evans and Adam Ellis [[spoiler:Aragorn]]

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* FairytaleMotifs: Arwen Evans and Adam Ellis [[spoiler:Aragorn]]
[[spoiler: Arwen Evenstar and Aragorn Elessar]].


* UltimateBlacksmith:The two Andvaris. The second one, Andvari, son of Oin Hornbori, who's forged a new magical ring for himself, is the most obvious one. To a certain extent, Thorin himself is also one.

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* UltimateBlacksmith:The two Andvaris. The second one, Andvari, son of Oin Hornbori, who's forged a new magical ring for himself, is the most obvious one. To a certain extent, Thorin himself is also one.


* TheFairFolk: Dwarven perception of Elves.

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* TheFairFolk: Dwarven perception of Elves.
Elves.

* FairytaleMotifs: Arwen Evans and Adam Ellis [[spoiler:Aragorn]]


* [[InterspeciesAdoption InterracialAdoption]]: Thorin and the halflings.

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* [[InterspeciesAdoption InterracialAdoption]]: Interracial Adoption]]: Thorin and the halflings.

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