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To Unwrite Them ~ by Dwimordene


Kinsmen. From father to son, the line of Isildur has remained unbroken through long years of toil and peril. Of the names of Chieftains recorded, a full quarter of them died untimely but were able to pass their title to their sons. This is a tale of the Dúnedain, and of keeping the line alive at all costs, as seen through the eyes of two mothers.

Not In Our Stars. It would be a better world if love knew no bounds. It might not then complicate friendships so. Slash, prostitution, sex is explicit (but not graphic).

Please see intro letter for details on why there are two stories here. Stories by Dwimordene.


Chapter List

Ch# Title # Words Updated
1 To Unwrite Them: the Intro Page 177 20 Sep 03
2 Kinsmen 4,525 19 Jun 10
3 Not In Our Stars 7,609 15 Jun 04
Appx. Word Count 12,311  


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Playlist Overview

Last Update: 04 Jul 05
Stories: 3
Type: Workshop/Group List
Created By: Untangling Story Arcs in Dwimordene's Multi-verse

All stories in this set portray the relationship between Aragorn and Halbarad as one of unrequited love.

Why This Story?

The chapter "Not In Our Stars" is the slashverse rendering of Aragorn and Halbarad, after Aragorn returns from his years of errantry.


Story Information

Author: Dwimordene

Status: Reviewed

Completion: Ongoing Serial

Era: 3rd Age - The Stewards

Genre: Other

Rating: Adult

Last Updated: 01/08/04

Original Post: 01/13/03

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The Angle: Alternate Arc: This set of stories portrays the relationship of Aragorn and Halbarad as "kinsmen".
This sequence turns on Halbarad's comments in "Heirs of Isildur" that if Aragorn does not choose a woman to marry, one will be provided for him. It is "alternate" because the relationship between Aragorn and Halbarad here contradicts both the slashverse and genverse portrayals, and it also relies on a change to the general culture of the Angle that isn't confined to just one small part of the population.