Penname: Dudhrandir [Contact] Real name: Hunter
Member Since: 13/10/10
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Just someone interested in carrying on the epic tradition that Tolkien started when he found himself in the middle of WW1.
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Rise of Angmar by Barazinbar Rated: PG-13 [Reviews - 7]
Summary: Picking up where Gathering of the Nine left off, it is now the Third Age of Middle-Earth, the One Ring is lost, and Sauron is weakened. The Nazgul must go into hiding or be destroyed by the victorious Last Alliance. But vigilance cannot be maintained eternally, and evil in the form of Angmar returns, headed by the Morgoth-possessed Witch-King and his not-so-faithful lieutenant Khamul, who finds herself attracting all sorts of attention, from all the wrong people.
Categories: Book-verse
Characters: Balrog, Elrond, Feanor, Galadriel, Gandalf / Olorin, Glorfindel, Legolas, Maeglin, Morgoth / Melkor, Namo / Mandos, Nazgûl, Original Character, Other Canon Character, Saruman, Sauron, Smaug, Thranduil, Vaire, Witch King
Genres: General
Warnings: None
Series: None
Chapters: 62 Table of Contents
Completed: Yes Word count: 71640 Read Count: 42872
[Report This] Published: 31/05/10 Updated: 13/11/10
Reviewer: Dudhrandir Signed
Date: 02/11/10 Title: Chapter 5: First Age Relic

Ok, well I havn't read much of this, But i really enjoyed the interaction with Glorfindel. combines modern literary dialogue of grilling the captive/enemy for information with the awesome history of Middle Earth. Great Job! I hope to read more.

Author's Response: Thanks!

Summary: As the Third Age draws to a close, Caradhras's prophecy looms over Khamul, who has to come to terms with a world ruled by Sauron or Morgoth. The Witch-King struggles to prevent Morgoth from taking over his body and mind, and finally, the One Ring has been unearthed, and its reclamation by Sauron or destruction in Mount Doom will decide the fate of the Nazgul.
Categories: Book-verse
Characters: Aragorn, Arathorn, Arwen, Balrog, Bilbo, Boromir, Butterbur, Celeborn, Celebrían, Cirdan, Cirion, Drogo Baggins, Elfhelm, Elladan, Elrohir, Elrond, Ents, Eomer, Eomund, Eorl, Eowyn, Faramir, Fatty Bolger, Feanor, Felarof, Frodo, Galadriel, Gandalf / Olorin, Glorfindel, Gollum, Legolas, Merry, Morgoth / Melkor, Mouth of Sauron, Nazgûl, Orcs/Uruk-Hai, Original Character, Other Canon Character, Pippin, Primula Baggins, Sam, Saruman, Sauron, Smaug, Sméagol, Théoden, Treebeard, Witch King
Genres: None
Warnings: None
Series: None
Chapters: 88 Table of Contents
Completed: Yes Word count: 120136 Read Count: 58711
[Report This] Published: 14/11/10 Updated: 08/05/11
Reviewer: Dudhrandir Signed
Date: 20/11/10 Title: Chapter 3: Eorl

Great story and writing, again.

Loving the whole idea that Khamul is actually shaping the whole history of Middle Earth, makes for some interesting moments!

One thing, and i am going to sound like a total nerd/jerk/whatever for saying this, but the Eotheod moved into the area of Angmar in the reign of Earnil II, meaning the same period of time that Angmar was defeated. But that is really only a technicality, so i really wouldn't worry about it. only nerds/jerks/whatevers like me would notice haha!

Author's Response: Thank you! And thanks for the correction! I changed the little 'history' footnote accordingly. Please let me know if there are any other technicalities! Glad you're enjoying it!