During a journey in the dark...

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Story Summary

Introducing the sequel to "While the Ring went south..." This tale chronicles the journey of the Fellowship as they make for the Mines of Moria and will conclude shortly after the confrontation with the Balrog. One must question how this unusual collection of characters ever even made it to Hollin...

Book-verse with a few creative liberties taken from time to time.


Chapter List

Ch# Title Words Com. Updated
1 January 12, 3019 (Afternoon) 8,383 0 16 Aug 03
2 January 12, 3019 (Night) 10,559 0 07 Oct 03
3 January 13, 3019 (Day) 9,013 0 30 Mar 04
4 January 13, 3019 (Evening) 10,003 0 26 Jan 05
5 January 13, 3019 (Night Part 1) 6,961 0 06 Nov 04
6 January 13, 3019 (Night Part 2) 8,702 2 02 Oct 07
Appx. Word Count 53,621 2  



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Story Information

Author: Thundera Tiger

Status: General

Completion: Work in Progress

Era: 3rd Age - Ring War

Genre: Action

Rating: General

Last Updated: 09/28/07

Original Post: 08/16/03

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Hurry Up and Finish... - 5 stories - Owner: Aiwendiel
My favorite unfinished stories, leaving me on pins and needles in anticipation of more. Oh, how I long for more chapters! Here are my picks of great tales that beg for completion... though some have been unfinished for years, and I suspect their authors have left these stories behind for other places, other shores...
Included because: This sequel to the finished tale, "While The Ring Goes South" by Thundera Tiger is a fabulous take on all the little moments JRR left out and seem entirely plausible. Richly enhances the characters we all know so well. Left, unfortunately, at a critical moment -- leaving the reader breathless!

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