The Naratyl Chronicles - Chapter Two
Bodvar, son of Arathorn and Gilraen, was the younger brother of Aragorn. Blessed as well to be a descendant of the Dunedain, Bodvar was only two years of age when he was pronounced dead, drowned in a horrible accident in a nearby river. Grief stricken and shocked, the family had no choice but to accept it, sending the older Aragorn to Rivendell to start his new life. Bodvar was dearly loved, but soon was just a memory, lost forever. Or so they thought.
Saraman the White, cunning in his ways, had seen his chance with Bodvar. Foreseeing Aragorn's destiny as king of men, the evil wizard staged Bodvar's death, taking the boy alive, deep into the woods of the black lands, where daylight dies and evil corrupts even the fairest of hearts. There, he oversaw Bodvar's raising, shaping the boy as he grew into a man for the time when his return would shock all those on the earth. Poured into the young boy's heart were hate, jealousy, and anger towards his brother, and all that was "good" in the outside world. Orisis became his name, Bodvar forgotten to the boy just as much as his early memories were. Saraman knew Sauron's war would come, and he also knew, deep inside, men would have a chance of victory in the end. This is why Orisis, if kept hidden, would become his greatest weapon, even after death, and the triumph of the West.
And this proved true, as we all came to witness.