ratcreature + thunderatiger   9

Broken, a Lord of the Rings fanfic - FanFiction.Net
The evening the Fellowship left Imladris, Elrond spoke to them of more than just their coming journey. An examination of the events, the people, and the oaths that prompted Elrond's words.
lotr  gen  impliedhet  during-ringwar  pre-lotr  oath  elrond  gilgalad  celebrian  arwen  angst  rivendell  elros  silmaril  celeborn  second-age  thunderatiger  pov-elrond  pov-3rd  length-short 
march 2011 by ratcreature
Hollow, a Lord of the Rings fanfic - FanFiction.Net
This was written for the October Challenge: "Believe it or Not" over on the LotR Genfic livejournal community. My element was the word "mysterious," and I immediately thought of the Paths of the Dead. Specifically, I thought of those trees that even Legolas couldn't tolerate, which have always presented something of a mystery to me. So this is my reasoning on why those trees were so bothersome.
lotr  during-ringwar  legolas  gimli  arod  aragorn  elrohir  elladan  gen  horror  pathsofthedead  canonexplanation  music  thunderatiger 
march 2011 by ratcreature
Knife Work, a Lord of the Rings fanfic - FanFiction.Net
While perusing one of my favorite sections from The Two Towers, I stumbled across a passage that had bothered me for some time. Those of you familiar with the books will recall that Gimli and Legolas have an Orc-killing contest at Helm's Deep, a contest that Gimli wins by one Orc. About halfway through this little game, while comparing tallies, Gimli reports that he has killed twenty-one Orcs while Legolas responds with a number of twenty-four Orcs. However, just before this, Legolas had twenty Orcs to his tally while Gimli had two. How did Gimli manage to come up with nineteen Orcs while Legolas dispatched only four during the same interval of time? I thought about this for a bit and then decided to write an answer to my self-imposed question. And for those interested, here is my theory on this little puzzle…
lotr  during-ringwar  helmsdeep  legolas  aragorn  orcs  eomer  gimli  canonexplanation  thunderatiger  length-short  pov-legolas  fighting  actionadventure 
march 2011 by ratcreature
Oathbreakers by Thundera Tiger - Stories - Henneth Annûn
Feeling the taint of a dark Dunharrow night, Elladan and Elrohir discuss Aragorn, Eowyn, Rohan, and those that haunt the Paths of the Dead. Gapfiller for The Return of the King.
lotr  length-short  characterstudy  eowyn  elladan  elrohir  oath  aragorn  during-ringwar  unrequitted  pathsofthedead  thunderatiger  memories 
january 2011 by ratcreature
Mazarbul by Thundera Tiger - Stories - Henneth Annûn
When Gimli returns to the Lonely Mountain following Sauron's defeat, Thorin Stonehelm welcomes him as a hero and the celebrations begin. But Thorin soon learns that in addition to tidings of victory, Gimli also brings tidings of a much more grievous nature.
lotr  gen  postwar  fourth-age  dwarves  gimli  length-short  moria  thunderatiger  balrog 
january 2011 by ratcreature
The World Below the Mists by Thundera Tiger - Stories - Henneth Annûn
Early one winter's morning, an eagle came to Imladris bearing dark tidings from Lothlórien, for news of Gandalf's death affected more than just the grieving Fellowship. A belated birthday present for Nieriel Raina, featuring Elrond, Glorfindel, and Erestor with guest appearances by Landroval and Elrohir.
lotr  gen  during-ringwar  balrog  glorfindel  gandalf  erestor  elrond  elrohir  narya  eagles  canonexplanation  thunderatiger  length-short  rivendell  pov-glorfindel 
january 2011 by ratcreature
Meeting in the Woods, A by Thundera Tiger - Stories - Henneth Annûn
While out in search of adventure, a young Primula Brandybuck makes a rather unlikely friend in the woods. Written for the HASA "Chance Meetings" challenge.
lotr  pre-lotr  gen  elladan  elrohir  hobbits  primulabrandybuck  firstmeeting  precognition  thunderatiger  pov-multiple  length-short  shire  bree 
january 2011 by ratcreature
None For Herself by Thundera Tiger - Stories - Henneth Annûn
Even the hardiest of Rangers has a soft spot. Featuring Aragorn, Halbarad, and a somewhat vicarious Gilraen, this little fic was written as a tribute to one of Tolkien's greatest mother figures. Angsty and dark, but I like to think that there's hope at the end.
lotr  introspection  gilraen  grieving  aragorn  halbarad  thunderatiger  angst  pov-aragorn  pov-halbarad  pov-3rd  length-short  pre-lotr 
january 2011 by ratcreature

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