Family

Llwyth

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Story

Calan Gaeav: one of the greater feast days of the Lhuthau. It marked the start of the darkest quarter of the year - when, under cover of the long nights, the demonic cuthraul crept through the cracks between Middle-earth and the Otherworld in greater numbers than at any other time of the year.

The Heart of Eduwiges

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Story

Eduwiges of Faldham was frustrated. She sat at a table in the corner of a low rent tavern just inside the walls of Linhir. Edu sat where she could see everything in the tavern. There was no way she was going to have her back to anyone. She was wearing light brown armor that sufficed for patrolling and roaming on horseback. The golden circlet given to her by Moriaith, the disgraced captain of the Imladris guard, was on the table in front of her.

Twelfthscale

What kind of Adventure is this?: 
Story

(Takes place about 5 years ago. Djeru is an older teen.)

Scrambling up from the ground, Djeru made a mad dive, narrowly somersaulting beneath the slow swinging blade of his opponent. The larger man, who bore a great bushy black beard and swung his two handed blade around like a plaything, gave a great bellowing laugh.

"Can't you sit still and fight?" He jeered in the rumbling tongue of the Haradrim. 

Scales of the Dragon

Author: 
Djeru

Djeru rides south to Harondor, to aid his cousin in gathering evidence on the treachery of the Firstscale, his brother, Djenji. 

Gwethnoss

What kind of Adventure is this?: 
Poetry

Here follows the Gwethnoss, the "Bond of Family", an oath of love and family sworn by two Elven women who pledge to be sisters in all but blood:

A Family Tree

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Artwork: Drawing

What you can see here is Eanswyth's family tree up to the third generation. This is simply because these members of her family will be the most relevant in any future posts and scriptures that will be found on this profile. See full image for better quality.

For more information on the names themselves, such as their history and origin, please follow this link. However, to summarise, below are the basic definitions of the names.

Source: 
Own Work.

Thandind - A Day in the Life

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Story

Two Elves sat perched upon a high branch. Garbed in grey cloaks, they would appear like two rock-pigeons of extraordinary size. If one had any hope of seeing them, that is, for they were March-wardens of the Forest, soldiers of the White Lady and the Wise Lord, and none could mark their passing - or perching - lest they wished for it. From here they could survey all who walked or crawled or slithered upon the forest floor that was their duty to watch.

Azure reunion

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Story

Nethrida smiled to her friends as she parted ways with them, following after her brother from the fountain, heading towards the docks. She walked a few paces behind her brother, Revion, a sorrowful look in her eyes, her lips pursed and her head tilted down and it isint untill the siblings arrive to the stairs leading down to the docks when she finds her voice, hollow as it was to speak

"How... Did the others react...? Do you know how long it took them to notice I was... Missing?" 

Shenanigan Family Photo

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Artwork: Artscreen

From left to right: Edelbard, Chaline, Miralith, Matzo, Wheatberry, Nonette, Filomina, Sturling and Chickweed.

Source: 
LOTRO screenshot + image manipulation

Adopted

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Screenshot: General screen

For so long, all Amanda has wanted was to be loved, to have an actual family, a real father, a permanent home... For so long she's looked to Kristophor as a teacher, a mentor, but also her father, she's looked to Cesistya as a teacher, a friend, but also her family... 

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