Two brothers try to escape their father’s ever present critique. Meeting on neutral territory, they open doors to all possibilities…
Warnings: fluff, abuse, humiliation, hurt&comfort, offensive language
Posted Sep 20, 2006 | 13126 words | Comment 
The lord of gods gives Boromir a choice, which is not at all hard to make for him.
Posted May 05, 2008 | 213 words | Comment 
We learn of Faramir’s only weakness… his beloved brother.
Posted Feb 29, 2008 | 833 words | Comment
Beregond has this gift of putting things in perspective for his grim captain.
Warnings: excessive fluff
Posted Mar 16, 2008 | 530 words | Comment 
Summary: Faramir keeps himself busy as he waits for his brother to return. When Boromir does come back to him, things are bound to change very fast.
Warnings: fluff, tiny bit of angst
Posted Feb 29, 2008 | 1117 words | Comment 
Faramir is being plagued by dreams during his stay in Rohan.
Posted Mar 02, 2008 | 905 words | Comment 
Dinner is another occasion for Faramir to be punished. Boromir stands up for him and pays for it.
Posted Mar 16, 2008 | 897 words | Comment 
The two brothers struggle to survive the war and the darkness threatening them from inside as well.
Warnings: incest (consensual), mentions of brutal treatments, dark thoughts
Posted Dec 18, 2011 | 2903 words | Comment 
Aragorn is haunted – this time it’s up to Faramir to be strong! No one can fight death as it will not fight back!
Posted May 09, 2008 | 288 words | Comment 
Denethor’s children are on a goodwill mission in Rohan.
Posted Mar 02, 2008 | 549 words | Comment 
Boromir returns to Faramir and is here to stay.
Posted May 05, 2008 | 303 words | Comment 
Boromir is not really friends with soap and water.
Warnings: incestuous thoughts
Posted Mar 16, 2008 | 483 words | Comment 
In times when finding one’s love and holding on to it is a luxury, Faramir loses hope. Yet by being true to his sense of duty, he is offered some quite satisfactory compensation. In the shape of a certain magical (and rather uninhibited) elf.
Warnings: incest, chan, graphic sex between males, mention of abuse, mention of elf-preg.
Posted Aug 06, 2006 | 18094 words | Comment 
Posted Jun 22, 2007 | 837 words | Comment 
Faramir wants something for the pain.
Posted May 05, 2008 | 687 words | Comment 
On an enchanted winter night, Boromir returns from the hunt with something that changes his and his brother’s lives for all the years to come.
Warnings: mention of cruelty, character death, drama
Posted Jan 15, 2007 | 2248 words | Comment 
Faramir arrives in the nick if time to save Eomer.
Warnings: angst, darkfic
Posted Mar 16, 2008 | 684 words | Comment
Faramir escapes to the one place where he feels safe, thinking he’s on the way. The King himself comes to contradict him.
Warnings: fluff, movie verse
Posted Mar 02, 2008 | 740 words | Comment 
Everything began with an orange at a picnic…
Posted Feb 29, 2008 | 611 words | Comment 
Faramir is slipping away, further into the realm of the shadows. Will Eomer be able to pull him back? With the help of loyal friends, their story will (maybe) have a happy ending.
Warnings: weirdness, fluff, AU
Posted Nov 01, 2006 | 5592 words | Comment 
Faramir is happy to be reunited with a special friend. Perhaps there might be more to their relationship than playing pranks on the High King?
Posted May 05, 2008 | 581 words | Comment 
Faramir feels pushed aside and leaves in search of a better fate.
Warnings: harsh language, childish behavior (although justified)
Posted May 05, 2008 | 1415 words | Comment 
Who will dance with Faramir on this night of nights?
Posted Feb 29, 2008 | 1353 words | Comment 
Faramir and Eomer have admitted to their love in a Gondor that does not condone such admissions. As evil creeps into their lives, it is once again proven that happy endings are for romance novels alone.
Warnings: angst, AU, character death
Posted Sep 05, 2007 | 782 words | Comment 
Faramir decides to stop tormenting himself and finds strength and a small measure of comfort.
Written for the 2007 Midwinter Swap
Warnings: AU elements, incest, first time
Posted Dec 22, 2007 | 5350 words | Comment 
Faramir’s one wish that was not granted.
Posted May 05, 2008 | 308 words | Comment 
Faramir is an all-inclusive kind of friend.
Posted Mar 16, 2008 | 685 words | Comment
Faramir allows some things from his brother, knowing what the future holds.
Posted Mar 16, 2008 | 202 words | Comment 
A delegation of elves visits Imladris for a commercial agreement and Faramir plays a key role in sealing he deal. As he does his best, he manages to seal a deal for himself.
Written for the 2007 Midsummer Swap.
Warnings: AU, mushiness and silliness. But hey, it’s an elf+Faramir fic, what do you expect?
Posted Jun 24, 2007 | 4569 words | Comment 
Faramir has a will of his own and refuses the pre-assigned role of default political princess. He will NOT wed for Gondor!
Warnings: chan, fluff, no sex
Posted Oct 18, 2006 | 1366 words | Comment 
Two lads not attending the orgy are having a party of their own. It’s not very clear who seduces whom. Inspired by a Kylie Minogue song.
Posted Aug 07, 2006 | 3029 words | Comment 
Faramir’s gift of foresight is clouding his present happiness.
Posted May 05, 2008 | 431 words | Comment 
Aragorn has doubts but he fights them for Faramir’s sake.
Posted May 05, 2008 | 267 words | Comment
The young and capable Steward of Gondor has a very inspired idea and it leads to a wonderful outcome for him and the lonely High King.
Written for the 2006 Midwinter Swap
Warnings: AU and an overdose of fluff
Posted Dec 22, 2006 | 12031 words | Comment 
Written for the 2008 Faramirfiction Midsummer Swap.
Warnings: AU (for yet undisclosed reasons), incest and graphic content with gross-out potential. Not for prudes.
Posted Jun 21, 2008 | 6975 words | Comment 
All he ever wanted for his birthday was his brother, home and well.
Posted May 05, 2008 | 865 words | Comment 
Boromir knows the treasure he is guarding is wanted by many evil forces.
Posted May 05, 2008 | 698 words | Comment 
Faramir and his brother have their own way of keeping nightmares at bay.
Posted May 05, 2008 | 158 words | Comment