Categories: Book-verse Characters: None
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash Characters: Faramir
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash Characters: Boromir, Faramir
Categories: None Characters: Boromir, Faramir
Knowing he would never get to have Faramir by any other method, the discoverer takes the diary and resolves to blackmailing the Steward into regularly lying with him, or otherwise Aragorn would come to find the little notebook right on his bedside table. Faramir is absolutely certain the King would scorn him if he knew, so he agrees to whatever is asked of him (which is not to say he finds the process entirely devoid of pleasure...).
This may go on for quite a while – but then I would like it if somehow Aragorn began to get suspicious: the Steward has been acting strangely as of late, etc.
Categories: Book Verse Slash, Lord of the Rings Slash Characters: Aragorn, Faramir
That's when a young, loyal subject steps in. He does the unthinkable, forging a vassal-bond between himself and his lord, giving Elrond the strength to survive.
However, there's reason no-one performs vassal-bonds. Having bound himself in this way, he can never take a mate of his own. He can never tell Elrond of this one-sided bond, for Elrond would feel dreadfully guilty about it, and the vassal-bond demands that he do everything in his power to serve/please the lord to whom he is bound.
What happens when this elf falls in love with another? One whom he must always watch from afar but can never have?
Lots of angst, secrecy, misconstruction and conflict. Bonus points for using a minor character such as Melpomaen, Lindir, Saelbeth or Silinde. Bonus points for a happy ending!
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash Characters: Aragorn, Boromir, Faramir
Faramir is a quiet serious youth, too mature for his years, and has little affinity with people his own age. He loves Boromir, but they are just too different. So in his uncle, who is a cultured, kind and attentive man, he finds all the warmth and understanding so badly lacking in his life. Imrahil in turn is very fond of Faramir, and a strong masculine friendship quickly develops between them, lots of trust and companionship.
But! Each soon discovers his feelings are developing in some other directions as well (need I specify…?). Angst and bewilderment: men-love is utterly not accepted in Gondor, and anyway neither had ever desired a man before. Add the moral factor of uncle-nephew relationship. So they can’t exactly embrace their yearning…
The exact plot and ending are up to you.
What I would like to see:
Some misunderstanding. For ex., each thinks he is the only one who has said feelings. Or, each perceives that the other is in love-lust with him, but thinks his own desires are well concealed.
Angsty scenes of unresolved sexual tension. Such as: while bathing alone in the sea, in the library of Imrahil’s castle, during some summer feast, in Faramir’s bedroom when Imrahil comes for a friendly chat, etc.
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash Characters: Faramir, Imrahil