||[Jul. 12th, 2011|02:45 pm]
The Bed They Make by Dwimordene|
From friends and lovers to friends and brothers. A (slight) reconsideration of the one night Imrahil spent with Andrahar - two AUs for the price of one.
Updated timeline here.
|Best Loved Sons Wiki
||[Jun. 10th, 2010|08:29 am]
Here is a little project which I hope some you might enjoy playing with: the Best Loved Sons Wiki.
When I was updating the timeline last week, I began to read through again from the beginning, and I was struck by how much world-building that Isabeau, in particular, had done. So I thought it would be nifty to gather it all together in one place, not only as a helpful reference resource, but as a potential source of plot bunnies. (Weaving together timelines and other information in this way always throws up story ideas.)
Come and have a play in the sandbox, build a few castles!
||[Aug. 20th, 2007|06:37 pm]
I've updated the 'Unabeauverse' timeline with a link to Reconciliation, by Dwimordene:|
Justice is one matter, forgiveness another. In the wake of an infamous failure of fellowship, the Swan Knights and esquires of Dol Amroth struggle with the messy business of achieving both.
Timeline here; go directly to the story here.
||[Dec. 9th, 2005|10:29 am]
Andrahar, an OC created by Isabeau, first made his appearance in her story Captain, My Captain. Since then, other authors - Dwimordene, Altariel, Soledad - have been inspired to write about the character and his background, and his relationships with the Princes of Dol Amroth and the House of Mardil. We've collected these stories together here under the title Best-loved Sons.
The stories are listed in roughly chronological order, although some take place during the events of others as we wrote stories in response to stories; for example, Visions takes place during the time covered by In Extremis.
Soledad's stories also connect to her own story cycle about Boromir; you can find those stories here.
Pawns and Symbols by Soledad
A young Imrahil & Andrahar story.
Kin-Strife by Isabeau
Nineteen-year-olds Imrahil and Andrahar have an experience in a brothel that threatens their relationship. Warning: Explicit slash in Chapter Five.
Ultimatums by Isabeau
Prince Imrahil is commanded to seek a wife by his father, and sets his sights on the girl next door. In progress.
Outcasts by Soledad
An independent story featuring Andrahar and Mánion, the healer - among other recurring original characters of Soledad's.
Discretion by Isabeau
Boromir travels to Dol Amroth one Yule to seek tutoring in a very important subject from his former Armsmaster Andrahar. Warning: explicit slash.
Revelations by Dwimordene
Boromir obtains a very important piece of information about his family and himself.
Trust Part I and Trust Part II by Dwimordene
Trust: because without it, love is meaningless.
Discovery by Isabeau
The end of the relationship. Or, what politics do to strange bedfellows. Warning: explicit slash.
Disclosure by Altariel
Faramir's perspective on the events of Discovery.
In Extremis by Dwimordene
Boromir's last letter to Faramir.
Visions by Isabeau
In the days before he leaves for Imladris, Boromir has a disturbing dream, and a talk with a certain young Ranger from Anorien. (Set during the action of In Extremis.)
The Face of the Enemy by Soledad
The Battle of the Pelennor Fields, seen from the enemy's POV. Sequel to Pawns and Symbols (well, sort of). Winner of the Mithril Award "Best Story Featuring Men" in 2004.
On Far Fields by Dwimordene
They fought for Sauron, died for folly, but above all, they stood for honor... The enemy dead of Pelennor fields get their elegy, and Andrahar of Dol Amroth faces an array of private demons.
Last Rites by Isabeau
On the night before the Battle of the Morannon, questions are asked and answered about Boromir's death.
Noble Jewel by Isabeau
A stable-boy and the Commander of the Swan Knights of Dol Amroth find that they have something in common...
The Lost by Altariel
Faramir comes face to face with Brand.
In Memoriam by Altariel
Faramir's thoughts on the tenth anniversary of Boromir's death.
In All But Blood by Isabeau
An epilogue to Pawns and Symbols.
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