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The good will of all good men – summary

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the story The good will of all good men

Faramir’s thoughts in the time between letting Frodo and Sam go in Ithilien and riding out from Minas Tirith to defend Osgiliath against the Enemy’s onslaught.

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Pets

This entry is part 4 of 16 in the story Drabbles - part II

“Can you keep those pets of yours out of the stables?” Faramir asked his brother. “They upset the horses, and hunt the cats.” “What of it? Warhorses should be better-trained, and my dogs are hunting dogs, not pets. That’s what … Continue reading

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Anything at all

This entry is part 43 of 51 in the story Drabbles

“Anything about your father? Anything at all?” Pippin had hoped Faramir would not ask, but now that he had, Pippin would have to answer. “Of course, I didn’t know him very well,” he started hesitantly, “And in a way I … Continue reading

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Archer

This entry is part 15 of 51 in the story Drabbles

Faramir winced as Éowyn’s arrow glanced off the edge of the target. She was not normally a bad archer, but with that miss tallied against her, it was impossible for him to not win their match. Warrior-bred, she would certainly … Continue reading

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Dawn

This entry is part 12 of 51 in the story Drabbles

Faramir felt almost disappointed when he looked east at the dawn. The morning was grey and overcast, shrouded by thick cloud. Somehow, the first dawn after Sauron’s fall should have been bright, glorious, not this washed-out trickle of light from … Continue reading

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