Penname: mightymau [Contact] Real name: Alida
Member Since: 17/01/11
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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: 61218
[Report This] Published: 14/11/10 Updated: 08/05/11
Reviewer: mightymau Signed
Date: 17/01/11 Title: Chapter 1: A Peculiar Noise

Wow this past chapter was amazing. Shame on me, I just got an account and haven't reviewed yet. It is a little shocking I guess to see Celebrian (assuming it is her) being so wanton. But I am in love with your rendition of Khamul. Carry on the good work!!!

Author's Response: Ah, you knew it was Celebrian! Excellent! I guess I portrayed her a bit more negatively than most, but she's a high-born elf lady and entitled to a little arrogance. As for her and Grish...I don't think it was very much her idea (not sure if I got that across very well in the story). As for Khamul, thank you, thank you very much.

Reviewer: mightymau Signed
Date: 28/01/11 Title: Chapter 38: Down the River

hahaha, that explains the sniffing! I'm really curious now how you're going to portray the invisibility with the ring now.