Confessions of a Dangerous Mind

Morgoth's Notebook

3. For the Love of Aegnor

I’m not sure who, I think it was that louse Sauron, apparently got a hold of this notebook and forwarded copies of my two story ideas to none other than Fëanor. It seems the haughty elf did not like my writing because I received a rather nasty telegram this afternoon:
To the bumbling dark lord and temporary caretaker of my Simarils: If you include my name in any more of your pathetically inept story ideas, you will be hearing from my lawyer and I will own your pitiful little fortress. Cheers, Fëanor
So I will no longer include Fëanor in my stories. Incidentally, (and in no way related), I have created an original male character (OMC) whose name is Aegnor which means Fell-Fire. Aegnor is a Noldorin elf from a dysfunctional family. His mother was such a crybaby, and Aegnor was such a horrid child, that she died. His father married someone else and had other sons that he loved better. Yes, that’s right – he loved them BETTER. Because of this, Aegnor became a psychotic raving head case, and ran around killing anything that moved. My stories will now have Aegnor in them. If Aegnor happens to in any way resemble any living or DEAD Noldorin head case, it will not stand up in a court of law.
For the Love of Aegnor by Morgoth Bauglir Since Aegnor is an OMC, the first chapter will be his back story. After that, this story will be an action-adventure with a little romance mixed in. The second chapter will be about Sauron. In this story, our dear, beloved Sauron has decided in his infinite wisdom to create a necklace with an amulet and put all of his power into this necklace. Yes, he puts it into a necklace because that’s just the kind of pansy thing that Sauron would do. Aegnor comes along and steals the necklace, wanting Sauron’s power (because we all know how powerful Sauron is). Anyway, once Aegnor has stolen the necklace and run far, far away, Sauron is no longer able to sustain his physical form, since all his power is in the amulet. He becomes an evil mist, and irritates just about everybody in Angband, including the orcs. Even though this solved the problem of having to see him, smell him and hear him whine about anything and everything, Aegnor decides that the amulet must be destroyed, to rid the world of Sauron forever. He knows he cannot do it alone, so he gets together a bunch of his friends who have to bring the amulet back to Angband to destroy it. They believe this is an impossible task, but they set out anyway. Just to make sure nobody thinks it’s too easy, I’ll kill off one of his friends needlessly. When they get to Angband, they are aided by the Dark Lord there, since nobody really likes Sauron anyway. The Dark Lord helps Aegnor destroy the amulet, and Aegnor falls in love with the Dark Lord in the process, because of all his help and because he is breathtaking and amazing. I know this one is a bit far fetched. Seriously, even Sauron is not stupid enough to put all his power into a piece of jewelry.

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.

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Author: Arandil

Status: Reviewed

Completion: Complete

Rating: General

Last Updated: 01/12/06

Original Post: 08/20/04

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