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Summary: Write a story of life at one of the great elven settlements (Gondolin, Nargothrond, Doriath, Rivendell, Lothlorien, etc.) from the point of a woman living a traditional (ie, not warrior-maiden) life there, and using Sei Shonagon or something from her Pillow Book as an inspiration.

More information on her at this short article and this other one.
Categories: Book-verse Characters: None
Summary: What the title says. NOTE: ghouls MAY NOT be naturally found in Middle Earth. When you transport them to Arda (via portal or whatever you choose) you may come up with a way that they can have an unlimited food source (NOTE: this does not mean that they are able to consume something other then ghoul, human, coffee and water; simply that you may gift them with something like a replenishing chunk of meat as a gift from the Valar or Eru or something/one (you DO NOT have to do this). You do not have to send a ghoul (although that is preferred), you may send an investigator.The one I like best is to send both a ghoul and an investigator and force them to team up. This MAY NOT revolve around romance - as little as possible is appreciated, none is best. VERY IMPORTANT NOTE: this MAY ONLY be set in Arda. It may be either movie or book verse for LOTR and either manga or anime verse for Tokyo Ghoul.
Categories: Movie-verse, Crossovers, Book-verse Characters: None
Summary: Faramir discovers his brother is having an affair with Queen Arwen. What is Faramir to do? The new Steward of Gondor Boromir II and Queen Arwen Undomiel have a thing. Boromir and Arwen? Yes. Whoever told you he is not her type? Of course he is. He is gorgeous and irresistible. He just is. And he makes her happy in bed. So there. No further discussion on this point. Where does Faramir fit into the plot? Faramir is the only one who knows about this relationship. Maybe he knew about it before it had even turned into a full-blown affair, or maybe he found out some time later – up to you. Question is, what is he going to do? He has his duty to his king, his duty to his brother, to his queen, to the state, to the good people of Gondor. Perhaps, although this is facultative, he himself has feeling for one of the parties involved…
Categories: Book-verse Characters: Aragorn, Arwen, Boromir, Faramir