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Summary: Faramir has to save his life by telling erotic tales. Faramir is captured and brought to a distant land as a prisoner (Harad, Khand or any other place of your choice). His fair noble looks win him the favour of the local king, who takes the Gondorian prince into his harem. But soon Faramir learns the blood-curdling truth: the lord sleeps with a particular man only once – and on the morrow the unfortunate fellow is beheaded. The king had once been cheated on by his long-term lover, and now keeps revenging himself for his pain and humiliation… So, by the time Faramir is called into the royal bedroom, he has a plan. After all the passions are satisfied, Faramir asks if the lord would like to be entertained by a story (let’s assume they, being noble and educated, have between the two of them a tongue both can understand). The king gives him permission to begin – but Faramir soon notices his master is getting bored, and thus the Gondorian decides to spice things up and add some intimate content. This reawakens the royal attention, and thus Faramir resolves to telling a tale from his personal adventures (which there were many of) – but in the most interesting place the morning catches him, and he has to stop. The king is so keen on learning how the story ends, he decides to spare Faramir for the day and kill him the following morning, after they spend another night together, and the man finishes his narrative. But, naturally, the following morning comes right in the middle of another captivating tale of Faramir’s – and thus it goes on…
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book-verse, Book Verse Slash Characters: Aragorn, Boromir, Eomer, Faramir, Legolas
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: 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
Summary: On a pleasant summer morning, Boromir takes a break from his military duties to spend a day in the woods with his adolescent brother. It is fun and relaxing: beautiful nature, warm sunshine, not a soul around, so many things to do, etc. But then Faramir is stung by a bee – because he accidentally sat down on it. First Boromir deems it absolutely hilarious (“What kind of a warrior gets stung by a bee, huh?” etc.), but then has to help pull the sting out of the cheek of Faramir’s firm round behind. Boromir can’t manage to get the tiny little thing with his fingers, and has to give it a go at sucking it out… There is some severe awkwardness both try to conceal, for each thinks it is he alone who had felt something funny when Boromir’s lips planted a strong kiss on Faramir’s skin. But I dearly hope you can find some way for them to clear this silly misconception.
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash Characters: Boromir, Faramir
Summary: Hm, what if Steward Denethor had three sons? Boromir, Faramir and their little brother… Would there still be only love, support and no envy or rivalry?
Categories: None Characters: Boromir, Denethor, Faramir
Summary: For Faramir’s birthday Boromir decides to make him the present of for once switching places in bed, so Faramir can play the top. Faramir is thrilled, but Boromir is in for some hardships, for he had not quite realised just how difficult yielding really is…
Categories: None Characters: Boromir, Faramir
Summary: A boromirlives! challenge. Returning to Minas Tirith as the new Steward, Boromir confides his hopeless infatuation with the King in his ever-understanding little brother. Faramir for his part is also badly in love with Aragorn – but since Boromir called it first, and generally is the older brother – Faramir keeps it shut. And so he helps Boromir, first cautiously finding out whether Aragorn could be interested, then coming up with a strategy for seducing him, etc. – all of which eventually leads to Boromir’s desired result… But! Faramir of course is torn and suffering – and what if at some point Aragorn perceives that?
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash Characters: Aragorn, Boromir, Faramir
Summary: This was part of a post in the forum of another LOTR site: If, Denethor and Boromir had somehow survived the War of the Ring, what would have happened? With Denethor still Steward and not Faramir, will there be civil war between him and Aragorn? If so, which side will the lords of Gondor, including Boromir, Faramir, and Imrahil, be on? A fascinating what-if... So, I just thought I'd share that little plotbunny. Do with it what you will.
Categories: Book-verse, Movie-verse Characters: Aragorn, Boromir, Denethor, Faramir
Summary: Faramir is in his mid-twenties when he sets on a regular mission with the Rangers and – is lost… After all search fails and all hopes have to be given up, his brother, best friend and lover mourns for him deeply. But then, two years later, Faramir returns entirely unharmed – only different… It turns out he had ended up in the Golden Wood, where he had come to know the Elves – and learned many an interesting thing from them, some of which he is eager to not only tell about, but demonstrate to his overjoyed brother.
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash Characters: Boromir, Faramir
Summary: The wall separating Boromir’s and Faramir’s bedrooms is not as thick as Boromir would have liked. His little brother has a rather eventful personal life, constantly shagging someone, or perhaps getting shagged – Boromir would rather not know. Usually the big brother grins and bears it. But one night, when all the moans, yelps, screams of “faster, faster!” and “fuck me hard, Captain Faramir!” won’t stop even after three in the morning, Boromir decides he has had enough. But as the door to Faramir’s bedroom is opened after Boromir’s furious banging, the heir’s ire abates a little – for he is greeted by the sight of his brother in full glory: unclothed, blushed and sweaty, raven hair in a mess, and with an impressive arousal to finish the picture. Moreover, behind him on the bed Boromir can see two young cadets, fresh but not innocent at all... Still, Boromir tries shouting – but Faramir is only grinning broadly in return. Yes, he already has an idea how to solve this conflict of interest…
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash Characters: Boromir, Faramir
Summary: Liriel of Lothlorien is Haldir's sister and has been the secret lover of Prince Legolas for years. She is Arwen's closest female friend and an ex-girlfriend (not sexual!) of one of Arwen's brothers. What happens when Liriel arrives for the Council of Elrond as Legolas' new bride? I'd love to see the interplay between Haldir and Legolas over the very quick wedding, and how you persuade Gimli that it's a good idea to have another Elf in the party. How do you convince Boromir that a female elf can be a warrior? Must have the couple trying to sneak away for quiet moments but always being interrupted - and I'd love to see someone explaining Elven sex to the hobbits! I'd also suggest arguments between the young couple where Liriel makes it plain to all and sundry that she has a will and a mind of her own. I'm also wondering how things change if someone manages to heal Theoden's son? If you write as just LOTR, great. Cross-over options preferred would be Buffy the Vampire Slayer or Harry Potter.
Categories: Movie-verse, Crossovers Characters: Aragorn, Arwen, Boromir, Celeborn, Denethor, Elladan, Elrohir, Elrond, Eomer, Eowyn, Faramir, Frodo, Galadriel, Gandalf / Olorin, Gimli, Glorfindel, Haldir, Legolas, Merry, Original Character, Pippin, Sam, Théoden, Théodred, Thranduil
Summary: Young Faramir has his first crush – no, not on Boromir. He writes a letter with a confession, but has doubts over its content, and asks his older brother for second opinion. As Boromir listens to Faramir’s impassioned reading, he realises with a shock that he would like his little brother to express these feelings for him – but is a little too stunned by this sudden revelation to actually voice it just now. So time goes by, and an elated and unsuspecting Faramir keeps Boromir posted re the rapid developments in his first love affair. Well, what will Boromir’s internal struggle come to? Will he ever dare voice his feelings? And if he does, what will come out of it? Faramir is, after all, already in love…
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash Characters: Boromir, Faramir
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
Summary: Faramir gets his hands on a magic ring. Possibly as a present from Mithrandir. At first he does not know it is enchanted, but soon discovers it gives him some special power: hearing another’s thoughts, seeing the dreams other people dream at night – or, maybe, when he puts it on, takes a quill into his hand and pronounces a person’s name, his hand will write out the desires of that person. Whichever, really – with the help of this ring he should inadvertently come to learn of another man harbouring a secret passion for him – Boromir is the first to come to my mind, but feel free to choose someone else. Point is, Faramir is, for one, uncertain of the ring’s reliability, second, considers this method rather amoral. So what does he do with this questionable knowledge?
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash Characters: Boromir, Faramir
Summary: When Boromir returns from the Ring Quest, the brothers finally decide to be a little bold, and each discovers his long-hidden passion for the other is fully reciprocated.

But! Neither has ever been with a man before, and Boromir, being the caring protective brother, gets himself totally convinced that he will horribly hurt Faramir if they actually try to have full-blown sex. So for quite some time they stick to a superficial light-duty routine, Boromir resolutely defying all of Faramir’s attempts to make him reconsider.

Eventually Faramir gets so frustrated (and sex-depraved), that he shares his plight with Aragorn, who is by then a close friend of both brothers, and is well aware that they have a thing.

Now, Aragorn, who is very experienced, comes up with a practical solution. He will come to the brothers’ bedroom, and demonstrate to Boromir that Faramir does not get harmed by being taken.

Perhaps this could develop into a three-some…
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash Characters: Aragorn, Boromir, Faramir
Summary: Playing a game of truth-or-dare, young Boromir and Faramir end up daring each other to go see what’s in that high tower where their father seems to spend so many nights. They discover the palanthir. Spurred on by each other’s teasing remarks and generally intrigued, they look into it together. Well, guess what, it shows them making love to each other – something neither had even thought of before. Of course there is shock and bewilderment, and awkward laughter – but afterwards each finds the images to be permanently stuck in his head…
Categories: Book Verse Slash, Lord of the Rings Slash Characters: Boromir, Faramir