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  • The Prince Demised, 3/11

    There has been a death in the Fellowship. At the end of a war, something goes wrong and a member is lost. The remaining members discover that healing is a slow process, if healing comes at all.

  • Tales from the Fall of Arnor - Part 4 - Scouts of Arthedain

    As the threat of Carn Dum becomes ever more serious, Oropher mobilizes his men into action.

  • The Prince Demised, 2/11

    There has been a death in the Fellowship. At the end of a war, something goes wrong and a member is lost. The remaining members discover that healing is a slow process, if healing comes at all.

  • The Prince Demised, 1/11

    There has been a death in the Fellowship. At the end of a war, something goes wrong and a member is lost. The remaining members discover that healing is a slow process, if healing comes at all. PG13 for dark story line, some gruesome imagery, and slight suicidal content. Angst/AU

  • How your Lord of the Rings obsession affects your family and friends

    Hey, i found these on my computer in sister's documents and she used to come on here, so i'm not sure if she made this up or somebody posted it on here yet. Either way i'm posting it again, so enjoy! Feel free to add your own :)

  • Silvren's Journey-UTT-Chapter 2

    A knot of sadness developed in Elladan's stomach as he watched her hurry away. Elladan glanced around and noticed she had left her sewing materials behind. He decided that he would take them to her room and leave it outside her door. As he gathered up her belongings and walking out of the hall he wondered if he would see her before he left. *** Silvren's heart skipped a beat and her mouth grew dry at his words. He knew that if the hobbits didn’t have it then she would have the alternative ring he could use, but the orcs didn’t know that. She knew that she couldn't let the orcs know what she carried and what the two hobbits didn't carry for then the two hobbits would be dinner.

  • Tales from the Fall of Arnor - Part 3 - Watchtower

    Continuing the story of Ranger General Oropher, this tale sees him and his men ride to the northern borders of Arnor to inspect the rising terror from the mountains.

  • Tales from the Fall of Arnor - Part 2 - Ranger General

    The second of these tales introduces the character of Oropher, nephew of the King and Ranger General of Arthedain, as strange reports reach the royal court of Fornost.

  • Silvren's Journey- The Union of the Two Towers- Chapter One

    Elladan sat on a stone bench sharpening his sword and knife, from the low-lying terrace he could see Anariel talking with Cendulin who had just given birth to the first elfling in ten years, her oldest one being ten in human years. He watched Anariel as she laughed and smiled and then took the small infant into her arms and held with such love and happiness that his heart skipped a beat.

  • Tales from the Fall of Arnor - Part 1 - The Court of Carn Dum

    The first in a series of short stories telling of the grim wars between Arnor and Angmar, part 1 retells the beginnings of the Witch-King's lordship in the north.

  • There Is A Land

    I wanted to describe how Tolkien's story pulls us in and entwines around our very souls.

  • Flowers of Nimloth - The Real Chapter 18

    "Isildur!" she exclaimed upon entering the house, "What are you doing here? You seem determined to keep me surprised as of late!"

  • Mahogany Leaves and Calm Waters

    Inspired by the beauty of autumnal nature, this is a poem that describes the fading of Lothlorien during the Fourth Age.

  • Unchosen

    This poem is not about Lord of the Rings, but it explores the feelings of people who struggle against the temptation of evil (the Ring) and who feel hopeless about their destinies. I originally wrote it to express my feelings to God when I thought about the doctrine of election, and I wondered if, even though I think I am a child of God, I don't really have any way of knowing. So, elect or not, this is my take on life. I only later realized that Tolkien must have had similar struggles and put his thoughts on the matter into characters like Gollum and Boromir.

  • Silvren's Journey-Chapter 49

    Silvren gulped as a bigger orc with no helmet on strutted over the ridge. He held a big black bow his hand and a horrible feeling cam over Silvren. She wished more than anything else that she still had some arrows left in her quiver. “Boromir!” Silvren screamed when she saw the massive orc pull back on the arrow set to the bow and took aim at Boromir. Silvren and the hobbits stopped in horror as Boromir fell to his knees with an enormous arrow protruding from the area around his left shoulder. But Boromir was up again in a flash as another orc approached him from the left and another from the front. For Boromir’s sake, Silvren turned and found another orc to kill.

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