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Hey, I've been looking at your stuff for the different Hobbit families and it's awesome! I was just thinking that maybe we could work together on something, as we seem to be the only two people doing anything on this Wikia! I don't know what that could be: maybe a story which we both create, a collaborative writing project... I'm not really sure. I just thought that we could work together on... something and make this Wikia much bigger.
One idea I had is this: I don't know if you've heard of Google Documents. The whole idea is that two or more people can work on the same document online at the same time, both editing whatever they like. I was thinking that if you have a Google account, we could try that and write a fan-fic. It's just a thought, but it's good to see someone who also cares for this fanon.
The whole idea of Google Docs is that one person can open a Word document, and then invite people to join the document, quite like a chat room. Both people can then edit whatever they like on there, and there is even a way to chat while you're doing it, so you can talk to each other about what you want to write before you actually write it!
I don't think so. I haven't watched either of those shows. I was going on something inside the world, quite like the stuff I've already done on the Wikia. Dalledayul (talk) 12:54, November 23, 2013 (UTC)Dalledayul
Hey, I just thought I should point out an error you're making on some of the pages. You seem to be saying that the War of the Ring took place around the TA 3001, not the correct date of 3021. You're twenty years too far in the past. Just thought you should know.
1. The fact that you're putting the films before the books is quite annoying to me. Just a personal thing.
2. I don't remember there being any evidence of it being then in the films, unless you're taking into account the fact that it never showed Frodo's longer life in Bag End after Bilbo left.