Suddenly the most beautiful young woman any of them have ever seen appears before the Fellowship. They gasp in awe. Is this Elbereth herself, come to help Middle-earth in its hour of need?
No. It's Mary Sue!
Somehow knowing exactly what ails our heroes, Mary Sue leads a brilliant group therapy session, displaying tremendous knowledge and wisdom despite her obvious young age. In no time at all, the Fellowship is feeling better.
Half-brothers Gimli and Legolas have worked out their differences, and leave to try their new diplomatic skills on Thranduil, hoping to at last get to know their father.
Frodo and Pippin go off on their own for some father-son bonding.
Boromir and Aragorn have decided to convince Arwen, Galadriel, and the hobbit lass to choose between the two men, and are working on a plan to get rid of Boromir's pesky, scheming brother.
With the Fellowship now down to just Gandalf, Merry, and Sam, Mary Sue charms our remaining heroes into forgetting their troubles, and the four of them head off in the direction of Mary Sue's home, a lovely friendship beginning.
Some time later Merry has a thought:
"Um, weren't we supposed to do something about that Ring thingy?"
Mary Sue simply reminds him that she does all the thinking now. He soon forgets again, and our heroes live happily ever after.
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