New Year's Eve

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Story Summary

March has arrived, and for Gondor, that means it's time to celebrate the downfall of Sauron. In other words, New Year's Eve is here. But joining Aragorn and Arwen in the celebration are a host of characters who seem to think that Gondor needs an elven flair in its festivities. Time will only tell if Minas Tirith can survive the day...



Chapter List

Ch# Title Words Com. Updated
1 Only the Beginning 5,728 1 26 Jun 04
2 Wooden Heads and Wooden Poles 7,069 0 23 Jan 03
3 The Evenstar of Rohan 7,502 0 06 Feb 03
4 Strangers in a Stranger Land 7,963 0 25 Mar 03
5 Matters of Perspective 6,626 0 09 Aug 03
6 Division within the Ranks 6,503 0 09 Aug 03
7 Detours of the Unforeseen Variety 8,880 0 21 Sep 03
8 Spurned Desires 9,506 0 15 Jul 04
9 Into the Dark Unknown 7,748 0 19 Oct 04
10 Discretion and Deception 7,912 0 14 Oct 04
11 Revelations and Complications 9,536 0 03 May 05
Appx. Word Count 84,973 1  



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New Year's Eve

ladyofarnor - 29 May 10 - 12:14 PM

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I love this! I was laughing my butt off the whole time! Please, please, please continue!

New Year's Eve

Ithilatta - 05 Jul 10 - 5:03 PM

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*giggle* Wow - I haven't laught this hard for quite some time. Eomer in love with Arwen, the twins at war with Legolas and Gimli and Prince Imrahil in need of a huge goblet of wine...

I just love it.

Please do continue ...


New Year's Eve

Lizzie Gamgee - 19 Apr 11 - 10:26 PM

General Comment

I love this story! So very amusing! Please finish it, I beg of you! I must know how this convoluted and wonderfully mixed up day ends!

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Story Information

Author: Thundera Tiger

Status: General

Completion: Work in Progress

Era: 4th Age

Genre: Humor

Rating: General

Last Updated: 04/04/10

Original Post: 01/13/03

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