In the second appendix on Dol Amroth, I've presented a list of the twenty-four Princes of the city.
After my work on 'The Lineage of Amroth', I had a lot of unused source material and structure that were only glimpsed at through the narrative. Wanting them to see the light of day, I have divided them into three appendices. The first of these discusses the beginnings of the line of the Princes, and their ties to the Elven King Amroth.
Last in the Dol Amroth orientated series featuring the life of Lady Ivriniel. Taking a turn from the other chapters, the finale is more focused on the next generation, namely Morathol, the son of Ivriniel, as he must face the threat of a Corsair invasion, cut off and alone from the armies of the Prince Imrahil.
After a long break away, writing about Absurdism rather than Aragornism, I've finally come back to finish this story, and at least a good three more. The fourth part of the six tales of Ivriniel of Dol Amroth shows her returning home from her apprenticeship under Galadriel, where she must come to terms with returning to the reality of her matured, and loss of, life.
CHAPTER NINE - After struggling for two days during a forced subterranean march in the mountains, Vilthavia finds himself miserably separated from his beloved Elendis in the confines of a dark dungeon. Now a prisoner of Broggha, Lord of the Hillmen, he learns from his mysterious uncle that he has been sold into thralldom and will be sent away back into the eastlands to endure forced labor.
CHAPTER EIGHT - Vilthavia and his companions fall into the hands of the ill-famed Broggha, Chieftain of the Hillmen, just as the companions begin to conspire against one another in order to survive in the frozen wilderness of the Misty Mountains.
This new series follows the untold story of Ivriniel, the older sister of Finduilas, wife of Denethor and Imrahil of Dol Amroth, and of the past ties of her heritage to the Elves of Lothlorien, and of her own path to maturity and the shaping of fates. This was influenced highly by my current location upon the southwest coasts of Brittany in France, where one cannot help but look upon the sea, the ancient monuments and stoic port-fortresses of ages past and think of Tolkien's world - especially of the lay of Belfalas and the mysteries of the Eldar.