Khazar, thanks for responding to my challenge. :) Poor Earnur, what a fate, to be as armless as the Black Knight in Monty Python and the love toy for endless female orcs. Your theory of why Earnur was childless is very interesting. Perhaps homosexuality was one reason why the Gondorians were fewer in number than they once were - they were all gay. ;)
Mh, I gathered that the first paragraph was a dream? That tzhe witch-king was not Earnur's prisoner?
A very interesting take on the fate of the last king of Gondor.
Author's Response: Correct. Earnur never captured him. I have always been intrigued by Earnur's fate. No one ever went looking for him. And once he went to Minas Morgul, the Watchful Peace broke out. To me that suggests that Mardil was only too happy to be rid of a King who refused to provide an heir while managing to bring an enemy into the area. Earnur was sacrificed in the name of realpolitik.
Cool story! Too bad it was so short. I would have liked to know what Earnur did to the Witch King (with details)!
Author's Response: Earnur defeated him at Fornost, then destroyed his home city of Carn Dum. The Witch-king retaliated by taking Minas Ithil, then challenging Earnur to a fight. Now as for what Earnur wants to do...that's a whole 'nother ball o' slash.