To get through the quarantine here’s a
super long list of Hobbit/LOTR fics
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Who is Kili’s
father? He doesn’t know. Thorin doesn’t know. Dis knows. She’s not telling.
What happens when he finds out that she left and didn’t tell him she was
carrying his son? Alternative Ending to BOFA. Family drama!
Kili has never set
foot in the magical land he was born in, but the search for a fallen star leads
him beyond the Wall and into world of Arda. The star he finds is not what he’d
thought she’d be, and Kili is pulled into an adventure that takes him over hill
and through the air, joins a crew of Sky Pirates to help them aid their King,
and finds out the truth about his family.
Take a Bow
has been a prisoner in Erebor since returning a gravely-wounded Kili after the
battle. Now finally she is permitted to stand before the Dwarven court and tell
her truth; to save her life, to show why she wants to stay.
King Under the Mountain
the one where Kili survives the Battle of Fives armies but has to learn to live
without his brother and uncle and to accept the throne.
goes on a simple diplomatic trip to all the elf kingdoms. Of course, because
Kíli’s involved, it quickly becomes anything but simple.
Dare You to
year since their victorious alliance, the respective Kings and Councilmen of
Erebor, Dale, and The Woodland Realm gathered together in one of their great
cities for the duration of five days. During this time they would spend the
daylight hours debating and discussing the maintenance of their alliance, and
then by night the people gathered together to celebrate. In the midst of the complex
political negotiations, Prince Fili learns what it means to be a great King
from the one person who just might be his Queen, while Kíli and Tauriel
struggle to keep their illicit relationship hidden from those who would keep
Think of all
the Places We Could Go
woke, panting, to have his mother fuss over him and his brother sit and sharpen
his swords on the chair adjacent to his bed. “Are we dead?” were the first words out of his mouth,
prompting his brother to laugh and his mother to look at him strangely.
Silver Starlight, Burning
Once upon a time,
there was a hidden kingdom in the woods. There are not many stories of this
hidden kingdom, as they were a secret and private people. There is one story,
however, about a prisoner and jailer.
Lonely Mountain is reclaimed. Thorin, Fíli, and Kíli recover from their wounds
while Dáin makes himself at home.
Land of What
Might Have Been
years after the Battle of the Five Armies, Fili sits on the throne as he
struggles to help his family and his people. Kili is lost without his love, the
elf maid Tauriel who was injured before the battle and disappeared. What
becomes of a dwarf who has lost the love of his life?
the Fallen Leaves
returned home in mourning after the Battle of the Five Armies. All of
Middle-Earth knew that Thorin and his nephews had fallen in the battle. It
seemed that all that was left to him was a quiet, lonely existence in his empty
smial. Then fate in the form of a pregnant Silvan Elf came knocking at his door
one night. Bilbo Baggins, it seemed, had never been meant for the quiet life.
A Frank Conversation (Is
always loved making Tauriel laugh. For all the time Kili spent trying to
understand the woman before him, he had come to cherish the moments of
simplicity. There was nothing complicated about a laugh. Smiles were trickier,
but laughter—that required no translation.
hasn’t kissed her yet, and Tauriel doesn’t know why.
Love is Never Wrong (Together
We’ll Make it Right)
a little help from a nosey wizard, things might just work out for a prince of
Erebor and a Captain of the Mirkwood guard.
Beneath the Stars
the Battle of Five Armies and the Slaying of Smaug, King Thranduil held a feast
in honor—grudging honor, but honor nonetheless—for the King Under the Mountain.
Tauriel had mixed feelings about this feast because it meant that Kili would be
in attendance. There was a part of Tauriel that wondered if the connection they
had formed was indeed some dream.
The Lesson of
The battle is over.
Thorin Oakenshield, King Under the Mountain, is dead. His nephews still live,
even if the life of one hangs in the balance. Tauriel too has survived,
although what that means for her, she is not altogether sure. Choices are made,
and promises are kept, though not without hardship. Sometimes the best course
is to forge your own path, even if it takes you far from all you know.
ending to BOTFA. Kili and Tauriel are able to slay Bolg, but the battle leaves
her badly injured. Further complication arise when King Thranduil blames the
two for the death of his son and Kili is willing to lay down his own life to
ensure her survival.
The Line of
do you build a new life when you’re supposed to be dead? Three new royal tombs
in Erebor, but two are empty. Kili, Fili, Bofur and Tauriel are on the move.
and Firemoon-Part 1
walked in starlight, under a firemoon.
Wives of Kili Durinson
bride thought he understood. The groom thought he did too. Cultural
misunderstandings abound. Now what?
Snow After Fire
the weeks since the battle, Kili has kept his meetings with Tauriel secret. Yet
when a fierce snowstorm looms, he would rather dare Thorin’s displeasure than
leave the exiled elf unsheltered on the mountainside. Once Tauriel enters
Erebor, of course, it is only a matter of time before her feelings for the
dwarven prince are discovered. And despite Kili’s hope that there is a place in
his life for all those he loves, he may soon have to decide whether his
loyalties lie with his kindred or an elf.
In the aftermath of the Battle of the Five
Armies, is there anyplace that will shelter an exhausted prince of Durin and an
exiled Woodland Elf? Perhaps Lord Elrond’s magical city of Imladris will offer
Kili and Tauriel a haven as they prepare to have their first child. Or does the
promise Kili made to his mother to return to her take precedence? In either
case, Kili and Tauriel know the path won’t be easy, but neither of them
expected that so many Elves, Dwarves, Orcs, and Wargs, much less a wizard and a
hobbit, would be on that path with them!
Tauriel saves Kili’s life during the Battle of
the Five Armies and alters the course of history, forever.
After the Battle of Five Armies, Fíli is stuck
running Erebor while his brother and uncle recover. However, things are
somewhat mixed up with the arrival of Tauriel, banished from Mirkwood and
carrying a secret. If Thorin can forgive Bilbo, though, surely he can be
convinced to accept an elf?
In the Moonlight
Tauriel and Erebor
in Your Veins
She is guardian to a besieged and rotting
dynasty, duty-bound and well served by her predator’s instincts. He is one of
Durin’s Folk, hunters of renown until calamity destroyed much of the bloodline
and cast the survivors from their home. Their descendents roam the land,
carrying on the fight as best they can while hiding the secret that once made
their kind so formidable.
He made a promise, and she returned it. But in
trying to save Kíli’s life, she caused his death. Or so Tauriel thinks until
she returns to Erebor to throw herself on the mercy of her unborn child’s only
kin and discovers that sometimes love outlasts death. But can it remain
unchanged by the harsh realities of life?
Winter and Sun on the Leaves
After their wedding, Tauriel and Kíli will
share their most exciting adventure yet: raising a child. But blissfully happy
as they are, becoming the parents of the world’s first dwelf isn’t easy. No one
is certain a half-blood child is even possible, but prejudiced dwarves don’t
want to let Kíli live to find out. As even darker forces take an interest in
Kíli’s unusual heir, others are put danger, including Fíli and his bride, Sif.
All Kíli and Tauriel want is to start a family, but they may end up having to
save Erebor, too.
“What are you
doing in here?” Thorin gestured around the audience-chamber as he approached,
his half-smile obvious even at a distance. “I mean, my throne is yours if you
want it, ghivashelê, you know that, but in the middle of the night?”
The Seven Gifts
Thorin had his
crown off. This wasn’t an uncommon sight to Bilbo. Even though Fili had crafted
his uncle a new crown, the weight of it still made him wary. Bilbo was not as
used to seeing the dwarf’s hair gathered together in a braid that spilled over
his shoulder. Or the spectacles perched on his regal nose. He would deny the
ache of his heart in that moment.
The battle was
over, and Thorin Oakenshield awoke, naked and shivering, in the Halls of his
Ancestors. The novelty of being dead fades quickly, and watching over his
companions soon fills him with grief and guilt. Oddly, a faint flicker of hope
arises in the form of his youngest kinsman, a Dwarf of Durin’s line with bright
the Mind and the Heart
Kili and Fili, and the others survived TBOTFA but Bilbo does not know this
thinking Thorin died in his arms …and now as the dwarves make the trek back
to the shire to show their burglar that they are okay, the other hobbits of the
shire have to deal with a rapidly mentally deteriorating Bilbo and the dwarves
will not like what they bear witness to when they get there
a desperate attempt to make sure someone he trusts rules over Erebor, Thorin marries
Bilbo on what will probably be his deathbed, as well as that of his heirs. When
all three Durins survive, Thorin’s marriage to Bilbo comes under scrutiny. Not
everyone is happy with it.
is sailing to the Undying Lands but wary of letting go of the guilt that has
been with him for many decade. His most sincerest wish is to go back and change
what was done. Before reaching the lands of peace and healing, he dies aboard
the ship and finds that his wish is being granted but not because he is the one
to wish it. He finds that not only is he going to be sent back to his younger
body, but so is the entire Company of Thorin Oakenshield. Time is a fickle
thing and not all the members have their memories returned to them at the same
time. The journey on becomes interesting as the dwarves slowly remember and
fight for themselves and their kin, yet for some reason they are not the only
ones to remember.
Baggins is a perfectly normal, respectable Hobbit living alone in Hobbiton.
That is, until Gandalf the Gray arrives at her
house looking for someone to share in an adventure. When thirteen dwarves show
up at her doorstep, she stupidly agrees to go with them to reclaim their
homeland. Thorin Oakenshield, the moody and brooding Dwarven king, has managed
to capture the unwanted affections of the Company’s burglar. But one thing nobody knows is that their burglar is
hiding a secret from them all that may destroy everything or change the way
dwarves think for a very long time.
To Love a
never assumed that I could – that he could -,” Bilbo tried feebly.
Dain leaned in close enough for Bilbo to feel
his hot breath over his face. “He could never have cared for you. Was he not
clear enough when he threatened to cast you to your death?” Bilbo pinched his
face up in pain and clenched his hands into fists. Dain smiled triumphantly.
Reclaiming of Erebor, life was supposed to settle down. Things were supposed
to be simpler once there weren’t people trying to kill them and things
trying to eat them and so on and so forth. Things didn’t get any simpler, but
after the whole Tauriel incident, and after Dain got the snot beat out of him,
things seemed to settle a bit. Billa should have known it wouldn’t last.
Oakenshield has spent twenty long years alone with his broken heart, he has
spent twenty long years learning to live with what he has done and what he
caused, and he has spent twenty long years thinking that Bilbo hated him. But
miscommunications can cause the worst heartaches of all, he finds, as Bilbo has
spent twenty long years thinking that he’s dead.
fled Erebor before his friends could be buried, before he had to see Thorin
encased in stone. He returns to the Shire and settles into a life of
unsociability and some amount of loneliness, but finds comfort in the figures
of the children of Hobbiton. After
twenty years, however, his luck is gone, and Bilbo has to flee the Shire with
Frodo, Sam, Merry, and Pippin, and with four very young Hobbits, there is only
one place he can turn to.
This is a Love
I Cannot Undo (Eyes Open, I Burn in Hell)
which Kili, Fili, and Thorin survive the Battle of the Five Armies and have to
deal with the fallout.
Quest of Erebor as it might have been. Billa Baggins is not your average burglar- or,
perhaps, a burglar at all. That remains to be seen. Thorin resents this little
female’s habit of gaining a foothold wherever she lands. Even in his heart.
Fell Winter destroyed Billanna (also known as Billa) Baggin’s small hobbit
family, as her parents were murdered and she kidnapped by orcs. However, she is
saved by a familiar group of dwarves which, after deliberation (and Thorin’s
younger sister giving him grief) Billa joins the family of Durin. As the years
pass, relationships are brought into light, and with quests thrown in, it seems
a quiet life is a little hard to find for a hobbit among dwarves.
three fools of Durin’s Line try to court their Ones. Things get crazy, hectic,
emotional, and brains continuously shut off at the worst times.
most terrible thing you can do to a writer, Bilbo is sure, is answer words with
banished, Bilbo leaves Erebor before he and Thorin can reconcile. Meanwhile,
the entire company thinks that Bilbo died in bofta. 20 years later, Bilbo, now
the guardian of Frodo Baggins, is asked by Gandalf to travel to rivendell to
discuss a growing evil that is encompassing Middle Earth. However, the two
hobbits mysteriously vanish, and never make it to rivendell as they were
supposed to. And somehow, to make matters even more confusing, Gandalf comes to
the realization that Bilbo Baggin’s has the One Ring.
in Hertford, Hereford, and Hampshire
was banished. That’s it, the end. She wants nothing more to do with dwarves.
Now all she needs to do is get back home, but there may be some complications
along the way.
an unprecedented Goblin attack on the Shire, Bilbo finds himself whisked back
to Erebor with his son he never wanted Thorin to know about.
Bilbo Baggins isn’t
sure about this. Not one bit. Frodo is definitely too young to enter into an
arranged marriage with a dwarven king called Thorin Oakenshield. It’s a good
thing that Bilbo is there to chaperone him through their courtship. After all,
there’s no chance that a fussy hobbit bachelor would ever catch the eye of a
You Got Me
Company shows their affection for Bilbo in accordance with dwarvish tradition.
Bilbo… has no idea why everyone keeps giving him gifts.
Precious of Treasures
is thought to have died during the Battle of the Five Armies, but in reality
she has returned home to Shire, believing that she is forever banished from her
friends sides and that they are far better off believing that she is indeed
dead. However, her plans to remain dead to them are complicated by the most
precious treasure a certain Dwarf King left her with and by a few friends who
simply refuse to believe that she had truly gone from Middle-Earth. Bilbo believed that her journey
was done, she had gone there and had come back, her story was finished, she had
no idea that she had just walk headlong into another.
Valar send Bilbo back in time, to the day where Gandalf asks him to join in an
adventure. After living a lifetime of regret and suffering, he vows to change
things for the better. For Thorin. For Frodo. But will he succeed?
is a comic adaptation/retelling of the Hobbit! It’s framed as a bedtime story
that Bilbo is telling a younger Frodo.
are many trials for a hobbit attempting to make a life among dwarves. A hobbit
wants a garden. A hobbit wants to eat regular meals. A hobbit wants friends,
good books, and comfortable chairs. Bilbo does his best to carve out a little
hobbit life for himself in the mountain. If only there were not one final
obstacle. For a hobbit heart wants love, and among dwarves that is a sticky
marries Bilbo after the Battle of Five Armies, a marriage of convenience, not
love. Slowly, they must come to make the best of it, Bilbo resolves. After all,
he’s a Hobbit. They make the best of things.
Following the aftermath of the Battle of the
Five Armies where Thorin must fight with his own guilt and mind over his
choices and what they mean and meant, where he must decide whether or not to
rule, and how to live with himself after dying. Focusing on many different
characters and relationships, as well as building on the lore of Erebor and
Middle Earth. A story about coming home.
For years Bilbo has written about his adventures
and told stories about his dealings with dwarves and dragons. To most it seemed
like fanciful nonsense but to Bilbo it was all very real. A weight followed him
home from his travels, one called regret. Now in his final moments Bilbo has a
choice to make – go quietly into death’s embrace or go back again and face all
the fear and pain for the chance to make things right?
Lay Down Your
Sweet and Weary Head
Thorin dies. Thorin wakes up. He is
understandably confused by this, especially since he appears to be in the
Erebor he knew as a young dwarf, about to be attacked by a dragon.
Call You Home
In which the Company are entirely too nosy
about matters that are supposed to be a secret, and Bilbo learns that being
concerned about propriety is overrated when you could be making friends instead.
Habits of the Line of Durin
Hobbits didn’t have
such things as courting rituals – they were uncomplicated folk. They announced
their affections with flowers or a cooked meal, a shared pipe or simply a kiss
– and then there were meetings with both families and a date set for the
wedding. Dwarves, as he kept discovering, were a completely different kettle of
Delivered Us Home
In the years since
Bilbo left Erebor, he has lost his respectability, gained a nephew, and gotten
on with life at Bag End. He’d left aside adventure for the comforts and peace
of his little Hobbit hole, and for the love of a child who needed him. Though
perhaps, adventures can yet find him.
let someone else braid you is an intimacy. Brothers often do it for one
another, or parents in our youth, or lovers when we are of age. I have none of
these.” Thorin pulled a silver bead from the pouch and rolled it between his
fingers, and his gaze on Bilbo held weight
Which Was Broken
When Mahal himself
offers to send Thorin back to the start of the quest to save the line of Durin,
he is determined to make amends for all of the mistakes he made the first time
around. When Bilbo wakes up in Bag End eighty years in the past, all he knows
is that he has somehow been given the chance to see his beloved dwarves again
and he’ll be damned if he doesn’t take it.
on a prompt where Frodo is Thorin and Bilbo’s son and no one knows.
Reading in Autumn Sunlight
Summer was over. The
lingering warmth from those long, languorous days were steadily replaced with
opaline skies and bracing winds which brought with them the threat of the first
frosts of winter to Erebor.
years to the day following the beginning of the Quest for Erebor, Bilbo was
asked to pose for an official portrait.
Spins Madly On
The end of the
journey to retake Erebor is harrowing. As Bilbo Baggins surveys the wreckage of
what was once a group of the best friends he ever had, he wonders if it was all
worth it. And then he wakes up. And wakes up. And wakes up.
How Shall This Day End?
dies. And then returns to himself in Erebor, staring down at a gold-covered
floor. He doesn’t quite understand what is happening at first, but soon
realizes he has been granted an incredible chance (and a terrible burden): to
relive the battle again until he finally gets things right.
Stars Walk Backward
wakes, always in Erebor, with dark shadows to one side and the first light of a
terrible dawn to the other.
Bilbo wakes up in
Dale. With the memory of a battle won but lives lost, he finds an army of Men
and Elves readying to attack Erebor. Bilbo tries to save his dwarves. Again and
Nothing Gold Can
Baggins led a rather peaceful life, thank you very much, until an old acquaintance
decided to turn it upside down, and he found himself agreeing to take a job
that’s… let’s say not exactly up his alley, and might eventually cost him a
little more than his treasured cozy lifestyle. Who would have thought tutoring
a slightly menacing monarch’s more than slightly overbearing nephew could prove
to be such an adventure?
Works Best When Both Parties Are Aware of It
The halls of Erebor
flourished under the reign of Thorin Oakenshield. His coronation was a
welcoming ceremony to celebrate the final wave of refugees returning to the
Lonely Mountain. Bilbo, the hobbit under the mountain, is concerned with the
amount of time the weary King under the Mountain is spending with a simple
hobbit. Thorin is worried Bilbo is spurning his courtship. Suddenly all the
dwarves are concerned for Bilbo’s happiness in Erebor. These two idiots need to
learn to communicate.
Glorfindel Saw Us!
Bilbo Baggins was
raised by elves in Rivendell. Thorin is not impressed. At all
Thorin realized what Bilbo had done, realized that the hobbit had traded his
Arkenstone, he saw fire. And Bilbo, being so incredibly small, was easy enough
to throw from the Rampart. The company leaves Erebor, seemingly forever.
10 years after Thorin ‘killed’ Bilbo, he breaks
from his dragon sickness, sick at what he’s done. He runs to the Shire,
hell-bent on paying his respects to his burglar, ashamed at killing him over a
stone. But what will Thorin find
of the dwarves survive the Battle of the Five Armies, but Bilbo must return to
the Shire to sort out his old life and make way for a new one in Erebor. Over
one year later, Bilbo comes back to the Lonely Mountain with a recently
orphaned Frodo. King Thorin isn’t quite sure what to make of this new, tiny
addition to his Company.
adjusts to caring for a nephew and realizes that the Shire holds no future for
him anymore. It is time to return to the mountain. With Frodo in tow, he sets
off to find out if Thorin regrets his decisions and to discover if the mountain
can handle not one, not two, but three troublemakers.
Shortly after Bilbo
Baggins comes of age, he is swept up into a life he never expected. Upon the
promise made between his grandfather and the dwarrow of Ered Luin, he sets off
to marry the crown prince of Erebor, Thorin. Arranged marriages are not ideal,
but he is a Baggins, and Bagginses keep promises, while his adventurous Took
blood sends him running down the road to Erebor.
years after becoming Consort Under the Mountain, Bilbo is struggling to prove
his worth to Thorin’s most xenophobic subjects and foreign kinsmen. However,
when visiting nobles mistake Bilbo and Frodo for common servants, Thorin is not
pleased and Bilbo has had enough. Political intrigue, cultural
misunderstandings, and a trial of honor ensue…
The Greatest Treasure in Erebor
takes roughly two months of being taken on a different walking tour of The
Splendors of Erebor every single day for Bilbo to work out that Thorin and
Company are trying to convince him not to leave.
Our Lives to Make
Bilbo must venture
the long road back to the Shire to see his newborn nephew, leaving Thorin to
rule over Erebor. But when word reaches him mid-travel that Frodo has been
orphaned, he knows he cannot go back to the Lonely Mountain alone. What will
Thorin say when Bilbo returns with his nephew in tow, when he’s lost his own
kin so recently?
left Erebor with a treasure more precious then gold or rings. What happens when
the dwarves discover Frodo? Will Thorin bend enough to admit he was wrong to
force Bilbo to leave?
closes his eyes, an old Dwarf on the brink of death in the home he had built
with his husband in the Undying Lands, and opens them again as a young Dwarf in
his childhood home in Ered Luin. He’s returned to the tumultuous week before
The Company set out to recruit their Burglar from his cosy hobbit hole. Gimli,
once again a impetuous teen in the eyes of his family, must get into that
Company–the lives of his loved ones, and the very fate of Middle
Earth–depends on it.
Heart of the
three hundred years they’ve been under attack. It’s become background noise now
but Gimli can’t help but wonder why. Why in Mahal’s name are the elves still
attacking them after all this time? Surely they have something better to do?
Hearts Will As Hearts Must
The Dwarves are
returning to Erebor reclaimed, and the elves uphold their promise to safeguard
the caravans as they pass through Mirkwood. One particular Dwarf has wit and
spark enough to match Legolas Greenleaf - perhaps even outmatch him. It’s hate
at first sight.
Differences: If Thou Kiss Not Me
Legolas and Gimli fall for each other, hard.
But culture shock causes some problems when Gimli realizes that Dwarves and
Elves don’t share certain customs.
Forged in Frame
very contrived take on the Professor!Gimli and Influencer!Legolas AU, in which
they’re still somewhat reluctantly trying to save the planet because Aragorn
asked them to.
the Lonely Mountain
is sent to Erebor after the War of the Ring, where he’s given the chance to
meet up with Gimli again.
rescued, now to fit him into life in Imladris.
Forget Me Not
It’s a marriage of
convenience, a way to forever strengthen the bond between the Dwarves of Erebor
and the people of Dale. Or so Sigrid tells herself.
Too Much Truth
accompanies Tilda to Erebor to visit her sister. It is his father’s wish that
he does so. Legolas does not understand the new world he finds there.
Work for Idle Hands
Bard carries so many worries, especially now his council want his eldest
daughter Sigrid betrothed in a way to best benefit Dale. Sigrid carries her own
worries and is determined to cut back her Da’s. There’s a trade agreement
between Erebor and Dale; Sigrid and Fili begin using it.
My Lady Dis
On her way to Erebor
following the deaths of her family, Princess Dís receives some unexpected news
from King Thranduil, and an offer to make Mirkwood her home. King Thranduil
can’t abide Dwarves, but the more time he spends with Erebor’s last princess,
the more he begins questioning his long held convictions.
And Love Repaid
was never about owing.
began with the Second Age. Or actually, it did not begin at all. It simply did
not end. Against all odds, Maedhros and Maglor survive. For Elrond, that is a
beginning of sorts.
It all begins
with Maglor wanting to give the young Peredhels he and his brother captured a
some sense of normalcy in their lives. He gave them over to Erestor so that
they might learn simple things, how to read and write. He hardly expected to
find his own relationship with the twins to develop, and Maedhros expected it
It’s not that
they’re not happy that Maglor’s been brought back to the Undying Lands. It’s
just that they’re a little concerned about the fact that he’s been taken into
the house of someone he once kidnapped, and that no one’s seen Maglor since.
The attack on
Third Kinslaying, two pairs of brothers struggle to repair their broken
Caught up in
his grief over his twin brother’s death, Elrond hears rumours of his
foster-father’s whereabouts. With only Erestor as his companion, the half-elf
leaves Lindon to find Maglor. But at the end of their journey they must all
face the question of what to do when the elf who was never meant to return to
elven settlement is actually found.
On the way
back to Amon Ereb, Maedhros and Maglor carried not a jewel, but two small boys
Elladan and Elrohir return from playing by the sea with a strange tale that
sends their father on a mad chase.
Elros, King of
Numenor, reminisces to his absent brother. Talking through memories of the
terrors of their childhood and the things that drove them apart as adults.
Might Be Thought
Sacking of Sirion to Amon Ereb; from princes to captives to sons. The story of
the unlikely bond between Elrond and Elros and Maglor and Maedhros.
When the Oath
brings disaster to Sirion, Maglor attempts to fix what he can, but a temporary
arrangement becomes much more permanent than anyone had foreseen. Elrond and
Elros grow up, grow together, and grow apart at the end of a world slowly
decaying into myth and legend.
on My Face, the Lines on My Hands
years after Celebrían left Middle Earth to seek healing, the people of Imladris
have yet to quite move on. But when a simple task of 'make sure the road is
clear’ ends in the Elladan and Elrohir bringing home a seriously injured and
sorely missed elf, the entire household is forced to re-examine just what they
are to each other, and to themselves.
account of his boyhood with the Fëanorians
We Were Legends:
Book I - Champion’s Dawn
In the First
Age of the world, House of Elmo supports the King and Queen of Doriath in
ruling their Kingdom. Princes of Doriath hold on to it as well - they found
themselves in different roles to support their Kingdom, but beside their duty,
they still hold deep loyalty and love towards each other despite grudges from
the past and poorly made decisions. Will their loyalty linger through all the Ages to come?
After the sacking
of Doriath, the lands once girdled by Melian were abandoned. Faerbraichon, Lord
of House Brethil, went east in search of a new land for his Sindar Elves, a
land far removed from the grief caused by the Silmaril Thingol had coveted.
With him came his family - those who were left - and those for whom he was Lord.
The first time
he saw her, when he climbed out of her toilet and into her father’s home, he
barely even registered her presence – he was too preoccupied with his mission
and his brother’s injury, so he wrote her off simply as a perfectly ordinary
human girl. But then he started observing her – and Mahal, she was the most
extraordinary creature he had ever laid eyes upon.
A Favorable Arrangement
Sigrid agree to an arranged marriage, and quickly learn that mountains and
lakes ally more quickly than people.
Family (Or, the One Where Kíli Is the Sensible One)
Battle of Five Armies, Bilbo isn’t sure of his welcome in the mountain, and
thus returns to the Shire as soon as he can. Somewhat to his surprise, Ori goes
with him – but it turns out Ori has his own reasons for leaving Erebor behind.
Well, Bilbo’s quite used to being the talk of the Shire.
The tale of
Thranduil and his wife from the beginning of their journey to the downfall of
Before the awakening of the elves there was the rise of the Valaraukar. As the Valar attempt to keep and contain their Maiar from succumbing to Melkor’s might, they fail to realize that it only takes one to destroy their efforts from within. The fall of Almaren will be detailed with Mairon and his relationships with others as the central plot points. Eventual Angbang because that was why I started writing this thing in the first place.
Bilbo always knew
there was something off about his nephew. He didn’t fit in amongst the hobbits.
And when a stranger shows up on his doorstep claiming that the boy is not his
nephew at all, things get a bit… complicated.
What if Elrond Had
Pushed Isildur into the Fires of Mt. Doom? Theory
The One Ring and it’s survival by the hands of Isildur gave rise to Sauron and the War of the Ring in the Lord of the Rings, but what if Elrond had pushed Isildur into the fires of Mount Doom, bringing an end to the One Ring altogether?