A Cat In King Elessar's Court: 41. Timeline and Characters - SPOILERS

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41. Timeline and Characters - SPOILERS


March 9th         Orodruin erupts; Pippin & Gandalf enter the City; Only 3,000
                       defenders from the South enter Minas Tirith; Faramir leaves
                       Henneth-Annûn for Cair Andros; Pippin meets the Cat.

March 10th      The Dawnless day; Faramir harried; Gandalf saves him; 
                      Pippin begins service in the livery of Gondor.

March 11th      Nazgûl above the City; Faramir captains Osgiliath.

March 12th      Minas Morgul emptied; Osgiliath attacked; Cair Andros falls;
                        Faramir retreats to Rammas.

March 13th      Faramir retreats to the City; Wounded, falls to Black Breath.

March 14th      Pelennor taken; Denethor looks a last time in the Palantír 
                     and despairs; Gandalf commands the City; Imrahil at his side.

March 15th      Gates of Minas Tirith broken; Rohan arrives; Pippin seeks 
                     Gandalf; Gandalf saves Faramir; Denethor dies at dawn; 
                     Théoden dies; Merry & Éowyn kill Witch-king; Battle of the
                     Pelennor; Húrin and Imrahil sally forth to help Éomer; Aragorn 
                     lands at the Harlond; Battle is won; Aragorn wakes Faramir,
                     Éowyn & Meriadoc; Cat spends the night in vigil with Faramir.

March 16th     Aragorn calls council of Éomer, Imrahil and Gandalf; 
                     Alqualondë pledges fealty to Elessar; meets Legolas and Gimli.

March 17th     Final preparations for assault on Mordor; Merry learns he will not
                    go; Pippin and Cat try to comfort him; the Cat shows Húrin the

March 18th    Aragorn and company leave Minas Tirith; pass through Osgiliath;
                    Main army camps on other side on highway leading to Minas 
                    Morgul; Aragorn and company press on to Crossroads; Aragorn
                    claims Ithilien as his own; orders repairs of king's statue.

March 19th    Main army rejoins Aragorn and company; Aragorn and small 
                   company reach the bridge of Minas Morgul, destroy it and set 
                   the felds aflame.  

March 20th   Aragorn leaves archers to guard Crossroads; Heads north;
                   heralds proclaim King Elessar is come.

March 21st    Ambushed but survive; Nazgûl shadow them from now on.

March 22nd   Road turns northeast towards Black Gate.

March 23rd    Rach lands west of the Morannon; Elessar dismisses the faint-

March 24th    Camp northwest of the Black Gate; wolves howl, creatures stalk.

March 25th    Battle of the Morannon; the Ring is destroyed.

March 28th    The Cat awakes in Pippin's arms

April 8th        Frodo and Sam awake.

May 1st         Aragorn's coronation.              

March 15, 3023   Alqualondë is released from Elessar's service.


This is a work of fan fiction, written because the author has an abiding love for the works of J R R Tolkien. The characters, settings, places, and languages used in this work are the property of the Tolkien Estate, Tolkien Enterprises, and possibly New Line Cinema, except for certain original characters who belong to the author of the said work. The author will not receive any money or other remuneration for presenting the work on this archive site. The work is the intellectual property of the author, is available solely for the enjoyment of Henneth Annûn Story Archive readers, and may not be copied or redistributed by any means without the explicit written consent of the author.

Story Information

Author: Agape4Gondor

Status: Reviewed

Completion: Complete

Era: 3rd Age - Ring War

Genre: Other

Rating: General

Last Updated: 12/21/08

Original Post: 02/17/08

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