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Summary: When Boromir comes to their bedchamber for the night, he finds his sixteen-year-old brother in bed – naked and in a nearly hysterical state. Eventually, after much sobbing and incoherent mumbling, Faramir manages to relate the following: he had been playing with himself using a candle, which, whoops, slipped too far in and got stuck. Apparently, he cannot go to the wards, for then Father would come to know, and that would be worse than death. But he cannot get the thing out either, had been trying for almost an hour and has only made it worse… Initially Boromir is completely freaked out (“Why would you want to put something up your bum in the first place?”), then horribly annoyed (“Well, then go stick your stupid arse in the hearth – maybe the candle would melt and leak out.”), but eventually, of course, he has no choice but try and help Faramir. Please make the process rather painstaking and embarrassing for both. And when it’s over, Faramir would feel utterly exhausted and humiliated, and be in dire need of some serious comforting… Needless to mention, by then Boromir would have probably warmed up to the idea of seeing his little brother from a somewhat different angle...
Categories: Book Verse Slash, Lord of the Rings Slash Characters: Boromir, Faramir
Summary: Faramir is invited to Legolas’ Ithilien residence for the celebrating the Elf’s 2,532nd birthday. Towards the morning, the host and a handful of the sturdiest guests, including Faramir, set to playing a card game, an Elven version of strip-poker. The rest, I expect, needs no further explanation on my behalf.
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash Characters: Faramir, Legolas
Summary: Write a non-slash story that occurs after King Elessar's coronation. A man develops an unhealthy obsession with Legolas after Legolas saves him from being beaten to death. When Legolas goes missing, it's up to Gimli to find him, save the day and maybe even his life.
Categories: Book-verse, Movie-verse Characters: Aragorn, Arwen, Faramir, Gimli, Legolas
Summary: When Boromir and Faramir were young lads, they had tried to, well, you know. But Boromir had had no idea what he was doing – which resulted in Faramir getting hurt rather badly, and deciding to never – ever – do that again. Years have gone by… Aragorn comes on stage. The King is puzzled why his romantic interest causes such a petrified reaction on behalf of the Steward. Eventually, he learns the reason, which, of course, does nothing to discourage him…
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash Characters: Aragorn, Boromir, Faramir
Summary: Theodred is visiting Minas Tirith. He and Boromir, being same of age and similar of character, get on exceptionally well, much to Denethor’s enjoyment. Young Faramir, on the other hand, is very distressed, thinking this is the sort of brother Boromir really needs. To add to the youth’s troubled state, he gets harshly berated by the Steward – and, searching for solitude, comes to the old stables building, or some unused store-room, or something like that. It would be a large, dim and somewhat cluttered place, where he could make sure no one would ever find him while he waits for his misery to pass. Suddenly the door opens, and enter Boromir and Theodred. Faramir makes to voice his presence, but they forestall any such attempts by at once setting to snogging each other. So Faramir keeps quiet and ends up witnessing a long scene of rough, passionate and very graphic sex – including Boromir playing the bottom at some point, preferably on all fours. At first Faramir is utterly bewildered, for he had never even heard of anything like this happening between men… But then he realises this is definitely something he would also like to do – and afterwards cannot stop thinking about what he saw, and who he saw… I would like this to be developed either into a Faramir/Boromir, or Faramir/Theodred story.
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash Characters: Boromir, Faramir, Théodred
Summary: Faramir, Aragorn and another man are buried alive by an avalanche. A few years after the War Aragorn, Faramir and another, Man or Elf (it could even be Boromir, if you like), are on some business up in the Mountains, when an avalanche descends on them. The three would either be in a hunter’s house or a large mountain cave, with a small supply of firewood and provisions, so they can last a few days. But there is extremely little hope of salvation, for the snow has dead-blocked all exits, and no one is likely to find and dig them out. You get the psychological atmosphere of the situation. All three are close friends, but no romantic relationships had arisen between them up to this point. But now… You know, desperation, depression, mad hopes, inescapable doom and no future… And then they just run out of fire-wood, and it’s winter up in the mountains. Up to you whether to make this into a tragic tale of hopeless love awakening only to be soon forever extinguished, as the frost takes them one by one – or have a happy end where at the last moment they are saved. You can also choose, of course, to have a bit of both, when not all of the company manage to make it through…
Categories: Book-verse, Book Verse Slash, Lord of the Rings Slash Characters: Aragorn, Boromir, Faramir