Main Character Adapts Fast
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05 Jul 2019
You know the story. There's a woman. She gets a green mark in her hand, boys like her, everyone wants to kill her, shit gets dicey.
She doesn't speak Common, knows everything that's going to happen but not who she is, uses magic that shouldn't be possible, and moves like she was made for battle. She doesn't trust or like Solas, and she has no intention of allowing things to happen the way they're "supposed" to.
Throw in some time travel, plots that stretch back thousands of years, ample sass, an ancient Elvhen mating ritual or two, and what we have is (hopefully) a damn good ride.
Fandoms: The Lord of the Rings - All Media Types, The Hobbit - All Media Types, The Lord of the Rings - J. R. R. Tolkien, The Hobbit - J. R. R. Tolkien
18 Sep 2019
You've heard this story a million times over, and it is always the same. There's a woman. She somehow wakes up in Middle-Earth, boys like her, everyone wants to kill her, things get dicey. But she's got the entire story in her head, she knows everything that is about to happen, and she has no intention of allowing things to happen the way they're "supposed" to.
Now throw in the fact that she can't speak a lick of Common, because it isn't English despite what others might think, and she does things that should be impossible and moves like she was made for battle. Throw in some time travel, plots that stretch back thousands of years, ample sass, somewhat meddling Gods and what we have is (hopefully) a different tale to the one that you're used to it.
The premiss of the story might be the same, but shake enough trees and stamp on enough butterflies and things aren't going to end up the same way as one would expect them to.
- Part 1 of Shadow Walkers