While the Ring Went South...

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Story Summary

For two weeks, the Fellowship wandered south from Rivendell making for Caradhras, yet Tolkien tells us almost nothing of this journey. Behold the missing scenes!

Mithril Awards 2003 - Runner-up - Best Fellowship
 

 

Chapter List

Ch# Title Words Com. Updated
1 December 30, 3018 1,553 0 23 Jun 02
2 Yuleday, 3018 2,691 0 23 Jun 02
3 Yuleday, 3019 5,294 0 23 Jun 02
4 January 1, 3019 6,173 0 29 Jan 05
5 January 2, 3019 7,204 0 23 Jun 02
6 January 3, 3019 (Day) 7,731 0 23 Jun 02
7 January 3, 3019 (Night) 8,119 0 23 Jun 02
8 January 4, 3019 (Day) 5,841 0 23 Jun 02
9 January 4, 3019 (Night) 6,425 0 23 Jun 02
10 January 5, 3019 (Day) 5,976 0 23 Jun 02
11 January 5, 3019 (Night) 8,143 0 23 Jun 02
12 January 6, 3019 6,952 0 23 Jun 02
13 January 7, 3019 7,389 0 23 Jun 02
14 January 8, 3019 8,832 0 23 Jun 02
15 January 9, 3019 (Day) 6,829 0 30 Jul 02
16 January 9, 3019 (Night) 7,235 0 29 Aug 02
17 January 10, 3019 (Day) 7,144 0 29 Jan 05
18 January 10, 3019 (Night - Part I) 6,621 0 29 Jan 05
19 January 10, 3019 (Night - Part II) 4,636 0 29 Jan 05
20 January 11, 3019 (Day) 7,371 0 29 Jan 05
21 January 11, 3019 (Night) 7,397 0 08 Nov 02
22 January 12, 3019 (Morning) 10,369 0 08 Nov 02
23 Author’s Notes 347 0 08 Nov 02
Appx. Word Count 146,272 0  
 

 

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Story Information

Author: Thundera Tiger

Status: Reviewed

Completion: Complete

Era: 3rd Age - Ring War

Genre: Action

Rating: General

Last Updated: 03/15/04

Original Post: 06/22/02

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