The Time Lord of the Rings
"Ten companions...so be it. You are the fellowship of the ring." the Doctor had a big grin on his face as Elrond declared this.
"Great! Where are we going ?" at first the Doctor looked at poor Pippin strangely, then he smiled understandingly . He took his fez off and placed it on the Hobbit's head.
"There's no fun in knowing where you're going, Pip, it ruins the surprise!" the Doctor winked cheekily at Pippin.
"How do you know my name?" the Doctor just grinned and stepped back beside Gandalf
"You're a strange man, Doctor." Gandalf muttered.
"It's good you figured that out now, I'd rather not have to explain it to you later, it would be quite time-consuming." the Doctor laughed at his own joke, which no one else in Middle Earth would ever get.
The Doctor sat on the rock, legs crossed, chatting away to Gandalf, who was now puffing from a pipe.
"And then I said to the Judoon, Fro Jo Do Jo, and they replied-"
"So what you are saying is these 'Judoon' are meant to be the peacekeepers of your 'galaxy' but have nearly been the reason for the death of two-thousand people and this world 'Earth'." Gandalf puffed from the pipe. "I pity your people."
"You don't get the point. I went right in and gave the Judoon a piece of my mind! Jo Do Jo and all that, it was quite funny, to see those huge rhinos take me on! The Shadow Proclamation never did anything for Earth, always thought that just because it was a Level-5 planet it wasn't important." The Doctor stood up, and kicked at the dirt.
"Well is it? Is the Earth important?" Frodo had been listening in on their conversation, and seemed interested. Sam sat beside him, wide-eyed at the Doctor's stories.
In front of them, Merry and Pippin began to fight Boromir. They hopped up on him, and the man went down. Aragorn watched, laughing at poor Boromir.
"Every planet is important. Only the ones that embrace this are less. Any creature that says any planet is unimportant, and decides it's not worth any value, its people are simple and easy targets, well they'll have to speak to me." The Doctor sat down on the rock again, looking somewhat remorseful, and stayed quiet for the next minute or so.
Then a huge dark cloud swallowed the horizon, and Legolas shouted to the others.
"Crebain from Dunland!" Everyone began to panic. Any light-heartedness in the air had evaporated. The dark cloud seemed to be writhing, crawling through the air, rapidly. Against the wind.
The Crebain looked more like creatures. The Doctor noticed the jet-black wings, sharp, dark curved beaks, and knew what they were. Crows. "They are Saruman's spies." whispered Gandalf. "They were sent to follow the Fellowship."
Everyone hid under whatever crevices could be found in the rocky hill, and patiently waited. The Crebain flew around the hill, swarming above it, but then passed over.
The Fellowship continued on to Caradhras, and the Doctor seemed strangely anticipated.
It was as though, somehow, he knew the next battle is coming. And he was happy with fighting in someone else's name.
But he would never fight in his own.
|Matt Smith||as the Doctor|
|Ian McKellen||as Gandalf|
|Elijah Wood||as Frodo Baggins|
|Viggo Mortensen||as Aragorn|
|Sean Bean||as Boromir|
|Billy Boyd||as Peregrin 'Pippin' Took|
|Dominic Monaghan||as Meriadoc 'Merry' Brandybuck|
|Sean Astin||as Samwise Gamgee|
|Orlando Bloom||as Legolas|
|John Rhys-Davies||as Gimli|
|Christopher Lee||as Saruman|