A dark and sad tale indeed, but well-written. Denethor did not appreciate his younger son until it was too late.
Thank you, I'm pleased you liked this.
Of course, after all that mayhem, Laurea maintained his aloofness from his perch atop the cabinet. Cats, unlike dogs, accept responsibility for nothing.
Cats are certain they rule and in my house they do!
You do write an excellent Denethor. I dislike him as a character, but your portrayal of him makes me feel a tiny bit sorry despite everything... Once again a lovely read!
Thank you so much! Like you, I don't like Denethor but I do pity him.
Aww, what a nice way to rework a fond memory! ;)
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Poor Faramir... Poor Denethor... *sigh* I like how you described Denethor's motivations, it feels rather genuine to me. I always feel so sorry for the both of them when I read about it...
Thank you. I'm pleased you enjoyed this and liked the motivations.
Teehee, I can imagine this happening... I love how it ends with the ambassador commenting on the "thoughtfulness of his hosts" and the "well-behavedness of the dog"... xD
This was a funny little drabble, a nice read!
Thank you, I'm delighted that you enjoyed my story.