The Last Battle - by Tyson Mitton "[This story] takes place just before and during the final battle for Nosgoth between vampires and humans. Vampire Travels - by Cyclopean "It's something of an alternate universe, but it's also comedy Ouverture to the end - by anubis An account from Melchiah's perspective of the vampiric empire's military campaign against humanity.
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Pain of Rebirth - by FallenVVarrior aol. Contains references to BO2. Junios - by Ghost A Razielim's account of his clan's destruction. Adele - by Ghost "I've been very interested in the Razielim and their situation, so I'll write about them. He turns against both vampires and hunters after another hunter kills Malek, and sets out to remember his past. Quest For Truth - by Odette "This is my first submission and the story is along the lines if Raziel had a sister that he never knew of, also a Sarafan warrior and the last. Family Ties - by the Zekator "Its a dramatic story of a father and a daughter who become vampires of the Zephonim clan and their lives through the small beginnings of Kains empire, to it's raise to power and it's fall after Raziels death.
The story tells of regret, loss, love, sadness, anger, revenge, hatred , and the often over looked simple pleasures of life. Symbols of the Shadow - by Aiden Rogers "This is set just after Kain's decision to damn the world of Nosgoth and tells of what happens after A Deepening Hatred - by Emerald Embers During the time of the war between Kain's rising empire and the humans, Raziel adopts a skilled archer as his fledgeling.
Acher Necronimicon - by Crow Silver A hunted vampire and his human companion search for a hidden city where they feel they will be safe from capture. Strange things do happen - by Reziuel the Soul Gaurdian "This story happens not long before Raziel grew his wings. After getting ambushed by a group of vampire hunters Raziel survived but the fledglings he was with were all killed.
He managed to fend them off and they retreated back to the human citadel. This is meant to be the bit just after BO and the beginning of BO2. The Story of a Soul - by The Mondracon A look into the untold perspectives of the Lieutenants during their deaths, rebirths, and the rise and fall of their empire.
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The Strongest Vampire - by the Rahabim Dumah's story, and his downfall. Surrogate - by the Rahabim The story of a lieutenant, who was created after the exceution of Raziel. Lord of the Waters - by Pranoxitreles Rahab realizes his clan's gift of invunerability to water, discovers the reason behind Raziel's execution, and learns of what was to come.
- Jacques Ardoino Entre Education et Dialectique un Regard Multireferentiel (Histoire de vie et formation) (French Edition).
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Down and Under - by Darren the Dark Angel Raziel, still a young fledgeling, is lectured by Kain on the purpose and nature of the Abyss as he is caught standing at its edge. If a Sarafan were to write a fan-fic, it would probably sound something like this.
Includes unknown characters and some surprise ones as well. The plot also deals with other siblings that were not mentioned, and the bride of Kain. Peter, Alexandra, Rudy, and Theroux are not your average middle schoolers. They are fledglings, the children of immortal warriors called Centurions fighting against a vicious enemy called the Horde. Living among humans in the small picturesque city of Boulder, Colorado, nestled against the Rocky Mountains, they study and train to one day become Centurions themselves to protect humans and paranormals alike.
Ashley Morgan has known the fledglings all her life; but right before her fourteenth birthday, she discovers her friends are not who or what shed always believed them to be: and neither is she. She was pursued and rescued by Elladan and Elrohir, but not before she had suffered torment and had received a poisonous wound. She was brought back to Imladris, and though healed in body by Elrond, lost all delight in Middle-earth, and the next year went to the Havens and passed over the Sea. Martin, especially when it comes to Elves. Oh God, then his daughter chooses….
Rather, than Men can. There seems to be an agency to it we can scarcely understand. Once a bundle of Elf-joy is in the world, do you think the parents are rifling through baby name books to choose that one perfect name? More specifically, these erudite, name-obsessed people give their children at least three: a father-name, a mother-name, and an after-name. So a father-name is assigned right at birth by Dad. This is a public, pragmatic, and largely unoriginal name as Elves go. Then, usually years later, a more meaningful mother-name is given by Mom.
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And since Elf-moms have greater—and at times, even prophetic—insight into the character of their children, these names are usually what everyone ends up actually calling that person. A breeze for Elves to say, a mouthful for most of us. Only way later did she go by the Sindarin form of that same name, which was Galadriel. If you know his story and his character, you know he would not have been okay with that! Not by a long shot! Now, most of these essays came well after writing The Lord of the Rings , but you can see where Tolkien already had a lot of these ideas in mind for Elven culture.
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A special jewel indeed. Speaking of Arwen, have you ever wondered why she never joins her boyfriend or her brothers on their adventures, or ever rides into battle? I sure have. The bigger question here is: can female Elves be warriors? Is there any precedent? While they may be naturally predisposed toward certain vocations and arts, Elves are not bound by hard rules. In all such things, not concerned with the bringing forth of children, the neri and nissi that is, the men and women of the Eldar are equal — unless it be in this as they themselves say that for the nissi the making of things new is for the most part shown in the forming of their children, so that invention and change is otherwise mostly brought about by the neri.
For the most part , and mostly. Then comes the heart of it.
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There are, however, no matters which among the Eldar only a ner can think or do, or others with which only a nis is concerned. There are indeed some differences between the natural inclinations of neri and nissi , and other differences that have been established by custom varying in place and in time, and in the several races of the Eldar. We get other examples.
Indeed, in dire straits or desperate defence, the nissi fought valiantly, and there was less difference in strength and speed between elven-men and elven-women that had not borne child than is seen among mortals. On the other hand many elven-men were great healers and skilled in the lore of living bodies, though such men abstained from hunting, and went not to war until the last need.
Elrond is the perfect example. Did he ever fight? Yes, he did; he was the herald of Gil-galad in the Last Alliance, and we know from The Unfinished Tales that in the Second Age when Sauron sent his armies after the Elves in Eregion, Elrond was given command of some forces. Faced with annihilation, the Elves will do what needs doing. And Galadriel is clearly gifted with tons of arts, but we never read of her in battle—and there were many opportunities for that remember, all four of her brothers died fighting.
The closest we get is the second time Dol Guldur is due for a cleansing.
We get that tantalizingly brief passage in the Appendix that suggests her prowess goes beyond shooting arrows and swinging swords like a traditional warrior. They took Dol Guldur, and Galadriel threw down its walls and laid bare its pits, and the forest was cleansed. Anyway, the chapter goes on to say that most cooking was done by the neri , while the nissi were more skilled with fields and gardens, music, spinning, weaving, everything to do with clothing, as well as histories and kinship and lineage. Meanwhile, jewelers, smiths, carvers, poets, instrument-makers, linguists, and foresters were mostly neri.
But all these things, and other matters of labour and play, or of deeper knowledge concerning being and the life of the World, may at different times be pursued by any among the Noldor, be they neri or nissi. In any case, to try and get specific about female Elf-warriors would be stray into fan fiction—but no more than surmising that Legolas may have fought in the Battle of Five Armies or thinking it entirely possible that nissi soldiers fought in all the Wars of Beleriand or even the Last Alliance.
How many might have abstained from weaving and healing and instead hunted Orcs in Eriador or captained outposts during the leaguer of Morgoth?