Yule Mathoms 2005: 13. Back to the Drawing Board (Saruman, OC Uruk-hai)

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13. Back to the Drawing Board (Saruman, OC Uruk-hai)

prompt for December 13 - 12 ticklish Uruk-hai


Back to the Drawing Board

This batch looked good: tall, muscular. The dozen Uruk-hai stood at attention under Saruman's inspection.

"Good work, Grizbone," the wizard congratulated.

Grizbone shuffled uneasily. "There may be a bit of a problem."

Saruman grabbed the chin of the nearest Uruk for a closer look.

"Teeheeehee," the Uruk flinched in his hand.

"Tizzzaazzuk!" The next orc in line tried to stifle his giggle.

"What?" the wizard roared. He pointed one long finger at the offender.


The whole line of Uruk-hai shook with laughter, collapsing into helpless heaps, unable to breathe through the bouts of giggles that convulsed their mighty frames.

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Story Information

Author: Gwynnyd

Status: General

Completion: Complete

Era: Multi-Age

Genre: General

Rating: General

Last Updated: 01/09/06

Original Post: 01/09/06

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