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1. A Fire of Unknown Origin 
Author: InkedRose
Last Updated: 04/10/14  Original Post: 04/10/14
Status: General  Rating: General  Chapters: 2  Word Count: 5,509
Era: 3rd Age - Ring War   Genre: Action  Completion: Work in Progress
Celairiel, youngest daughter to Lord Elrond of Rivendell, convinces her father for allowance to join the Fellowship of the Ring in order to defend the peoples of Middle-Earth on the quest to destroy the One Ring of Power. Throughout the journey, she and the others experience death, peril and suffering as the lands are overcome by the Dark Lord Sauron's reign.
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Water and Stone

gibbsg - 29 Sep 14 - 12:22 PM

Ch. 1: Estel

Is the fact that there are no paragraphs an error in formatting or something? It is very distracting and makes it hard to read the story and keep tract of your place. 

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But That Which is Only Living Can Only Die

Himring - 23 Sep 14 - 2:56 PM

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I like this! Even if the conversation with Merry isn't strictly canonical, I can believe that something like this might have been going on in the woman who later marries Faramir.

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Last Elf Standing, The

Chathol-linn - 23 Sep 14 - 6:23 AM

Ch. 1: Chapter 1

This story is one the funniest in the fandom and the first one I came across when the LotR fandom was taking off. I love the humor, the impressive knowledge of the canon, and the story telling technique via letters. Brava!

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Another Man's Cage

Himring - 20 Sep 14 - 2:32 AM

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I originally read AMC here, on HASA. It was one of the ways in which HASA was a formative experience for me. I was a committed lurker, then, so I did not leave a single comment at the time...

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The Way Things Shouls have been

Elleunamme Maltovia - 18 Sep 14 - 7:53 AM

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I love it I love it I love it!!! Aaaah you make me helplessly ensnared by your writing. I love your sense of humor. 

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