Saviour Chapter 1 Disclaimer: I don't own any of the characters that belong to Tolkien, that would be a contradiction of terms.Saviour Chapter 17 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The door to Legolas room bust open with a loud bang. Legolas dropped his book to the floor and leapt to his feet, out of his chair. He relaxed when he saw who it was. Estel, what are you Are you well mellon-nin? The young man was trembling, pasty white, and his eyes were red and wild.
No, no I am not, the human choked.
What is it? A hand on his shoulder, Legolas gently guided his young student into the room. Please, sit. The human rejected the offer, and went to stare out of the window. Talk to me.
I can not, said Aragorn. His face was tinged with a cool emerald glow from the trees at the window. I can not speak of it now.
Legolas paused for a moment, but Aragorns back was rigid. He could not tell whether the tension was from distress or from anger, so asked, Why
Saviour Chapter 3Cantering, pushing his horse as fast as he could go, Aragorn could only hope that Legolas would halt at nightfall. As soon as he was out of Rivendell, he left the path and headed into the wilder parts of the forest surrounding his home. Once before, Legolas and he had visited Mirkwood together, and had gone through the bush rather than following the path to keep any enemies off their trail. It was practice, Legolas had said, for when they reached Mirkwood and had real enemies to avoid. Aragorn assumed that Legolas would take the route again. Only last time they had been on foot, trekking through. This time, Aragorn had his horse, and he could see the marks of where another horse had ridden through, snapping twigs, a catch of dark hair on a bush, hoof prints leading the way he intended. Who else would it be but Legolas?Saviour Chapter 37 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
However, there was a problem with pushing his horse at such a fast pace through the forest. The trees were too close together for them to gallop, the ground was uneven s
Saviour Chapter 11Aragorn woke feeling warmer and safer than he ever had felt before. It was bliss, feeling himself in anothers arms, held securely not too tight against the persons chest. It took a moment for remembrance to flood him, and then Legolas. The name was a breath of delight even in the humans mind. Everything about the moment felt right, and almost heavenly. He could feel Legolas chest move behind him as the elf breathed in and out, and the soft, warm breath on the back of his head.Saviour Chapter 117 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Every nerve tingled at the feeling of Legolas hot skin against his, moulded along Aragorns back, and the arm over his chest. Only the cold metal of the pendant Legolas always wore marred it. Aragorn noticed with a start that his and Legolas hands were intertwined, and carefully he unlaced them.
There was a soft snuffing noise as Legolas shifted behind him, distracted by Aragorns movement. As slowly as he could manage, Aragorn turned around to study the elf. Hi
Saviour Chapter 4The huge gates to Legolas Mirkwood home were intended to be intimidating, but for Legolas they were a welcome sight. After eight days of riding Legolas was exhausted, dirty, and feeling rather alone and depressed, although that wasnt much of a surprise. The dark, winding, heavily concealed paths through Mirkwood had an effect on people; they suppressed any happiness, made travellers paranoid as they got accustomed to constantly watching for some danger or another, and inspired hopelessness.Saviour Chapter 47 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
But now, Legolas was back home. When the doors were opened to admit him, the guards recognised the younger prince and bowed deeply. A young elf standing in attendance offered to take Hanoni to the stables, and Legolas accepted the offer with a smile of thanks. He would visit the loyal horse later with treats, after he finally took a bath.
Having requested food and hot water, the Prince headed up to his rooms. As he was unpacking the few personal possessions he had decided to take with hi
Saviour Chapter 5A sunless summer dragged past, and turned into a cold autumn. Aragorn brushed the wood and brick dust from his hands, and stood back to admire their work. The long weeks had been spent renovating the homes of the Dúnedain in the settlement, so they would be secure and whole during the winter months, when the Dúnedain would be sent out on patrols for the first time under their rightful captain. Their wives and children would be staying at home, and their houses had to be secure. There would be no men to help them with repairs.Saviour Chapter 57 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
This is perfect, he said, more to himself than anyone else.
I think it needs a coat of paint, said a voice behind him, and Aragorn spun around, hands on hips.
It does not, Aragorn told his mother. It is fine.
It is my house and I think it should be painted, argued Gilraen, mirroring Aragorns stance, feet planted wide to show she wasnt about to budge.
Tough naneth. We do not hav