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Peredhel's Fate, A

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This is a really simple Nuzgul:

What was the fate of Elladan and Elrohir after the War of the Ring?

Tolkien only says that when Elrond departed M-e, his sons decided to tarry a while longer. He never does say whether they chose mortality or immortality, died in battle, etc. So let's hear it: What did happen to those two?

For additional fun, remember that although they always seem to act together, Elladan and Elrohir are individuals. Maybe they went to different fates ...

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The following authors have entered a story in the Challenge.

Arwen Lune - In The End
General Audience
Last Updated: 05 Apr 03
It is the year 461 of the Fourth Age, and two great warriors face a difficult choice - to continue their hunts to revenge their mother, as they have sworn to do - or to finally reclaim their freedom, and look to the West for healing.
Cirdan - Kings of Men
General Audience
Last Updated: 26 Mar 03
Elladan and Elrohir speak with their father Elrond and decide to remain in Middle-earth.
Kath - Home
General Audience
Last Updated: 29 Sep 03
Elrohir reflects on the meaning of home.
paranoidangel - Letter, The
General Audience
Last Updated: 30 Dec 03
Elrond awaits the sailing of the last ship from Middle-earth, and with it, news of his sons.
Tyellas - Star-Crossed
Adult Audience
Last Updated: 15 Mar 04
Posted in response to the HASA nuzgul "A Peredhil's Fate." The adventures of Elladan and Elrohir before, during, and after the War of the Ring, and how the great conflict of good and evil impacts a transgressive relationship. Novella length. Warnings for incest, graphic sex, slash, violence, angst, and elements of horror. Each part marked with warnings.


The following authors have entered a placeholder in the Challenge.

Entry Date: 20 Oct 03

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Open Date: January 19, 2003

Closed: October 23, 2003

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Entries: 6

Originator: Victoria

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