Penname: December [Contact] Real name: Natasha
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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: Faramir is annoyed by Aragorn’s inability to comprehend why it bothers him so much that the King shares his bed with other men besides Faramir. Yes, Aragorn grew up with the Elves, whose ways are freer – but Faramir is no Elf. And the Steward decides to give Aragorn a dose of his own medicine by spending a night with – you decide who. In the end I would like one of them to see the other’s point – but whether it is Aragorn or Faramir who changes his views is up to you.
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash Characters: Aragorn, Faramir
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: 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: Let’s explore this trope: a love potion is accidentally drunk by the people it was not intended for. Please make this an angsty and dramatic/tragic story, full of remorse, jealousy, wild unconquerable passion and desperate struggling against temptation. Perhaps for at least one of the lovers this relationship would mean having to be unfaithful to their spouse, or endanger their position to the point of making them a complete social outcast, or even death. But the magical love endures everything…
Categories: None Characters: None
Summary: Faramir is mortally wounded or otherwise severely ill, and everyone is already mourning him. Thinking he has nothing to lose, the Steward finally confesses to the King a long concealed secret. Perhaps, his love for Aragorn – perhaps, something else. But, miraculously, he lives! However, Faramir is not sure how exactly he is going to live, given what he has told his lord…
Categories: None Characters: Aragorn, 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: 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: Young Faramir (17-19) spends several months at his uncle’s (training, errand, Denethor is tired of him – you decide), who is respectively 45-47.

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
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: Somebody, Man or Elf, has a hopeless crush on Faramir. Lovesick and yearning to get close to the Steward at least in some way, he sneaks into Faramir’s rooms to see how the man lives. Inadvertently the admirer finds Faramir’s personal diary, where the owner’s covert desperate yearning for Aragorn is revealed.

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
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: Young Faramir takes refuge in the Golden Wood. Young Faramir (make him as young as 10 or 11 if you like), being chased by Orcs, or fleeing from abuse at home, eventually finds himself on the outskirts of Lothlorien. He is captured by the vigilant Elven guards (who are not particularly fond of strangers, as we remember…) and brought for questioning to the Lord and Lady of the Wood. But Galadriel sees he is but a frightened unfortunate boy, and takes pity on him. She places him under her protection, and he stays in Lorien in a position of something like her page. So Faramir’s youth passes with the Elves, he learns their tongue, their ways and their arts, and grows to fit in quite well. By the time he is around 16-18, he also grows to be very fair, alluring and provocatively unspoilt – and the Lady does not fail to notice that… So she thinks that to make his education complete, she ought to teach him some other things besides walking the tight-rope and shooting a squirrel in the eye. The lessons turn out so enjoyable for both parties, that Faramir soon turns into her habitual lover. Now, Celeborn… He finds it all very amusing for a while, and does not begrudge his wife her current entertainment: Galadriel is an eccentric woman, after all, and this mortal boy she has selected for a sex-toy is, admittedly, a commendable choice. But at some point the Elven-lord begins to get annoyed and even jealous (of whom…?) – and decides to take action. The term ‘action’, of course, has a multitude of meanings… Where it all goes from there is entirely up to you. Bonus points for having each part of the story presented from one of the three character’s POV, giving different perspectives on the situation – although of course I’d be more than thrilled to get a classical third-person narration as well.
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash, Book-verse Characters: Celeborn, Faramir, Galadriel
Summary: Steward Faramir inadvertently trespasses on Beorn’s lands. Faramir is en route to Dale on a diplomatic mission, but some mishap gets him off the course, he loses his companions, his horse, and ends up wandering into Beorn’s homestead. Now, that would obviously not be the Beorn Bilbo had met, but rather his grandson. Well, no difference: like father like son, etc. Suspicious, unfriendly, gruff, proud and independent, dark-haired, very tall and very strong – you get the picture. Faramir would not get a very warm welcome – perhaps Beorn’s dogs would chew him up a bit, or even the owner himself would cuff him a couple of times before deciding to give the strange visitor a chance to explain himself. A notch more hospitable this time, Beorn offers the Gondorian Steward to have some rest after the long road, and also heal his new cuts and bruises. After a couple of days, when the men get a little used to each other, Faramir begins to suspect Beorn’s reserved disposition is simply the other side of his loneliness and distrust. Well, I suppose it is understandable where things would go from there… One smutty little detail before I wrap this up. Beorn is tall. Very tall. Like, er, you know what I’m hinting at…
Categories: Lord of the Rings Slash, Book Verse Slash, Book-verse Characters: Beorn, 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 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: Faramir is in a relationship with one of the Elven twins – problem is, he can’t figure out with which one… The brothers are entirely alike in looks, voice and bearing, and he just cannot tell them apart. Perhaps, there is some small detail, like one of the Elves having an intimate piercing, or a tattoo done in special ink that only becomes visible when, you know… So Faramir would realise his mistake only when things already get pretty far down the road to bliss. The Steward is annoyed and perplexed, because he wants to be serious, and considers himself in love – but can he truly be in love when he cannot even properly identify the object of his passion…? He fails to understand the brothers’ motives either. Maybe they are frivolous about the whole thing and are just having fun taking turns jumping into his bed – or maybe they are actually having a competition over him, who can tell? Make it light and funny, or seriously angsty – up to you.
Categories: Book-verse, Book Verse Slash, Lord of the Rings Slash Characters: Elladan, Elrohir, Faramir