4 Works in Starling Birdsong
11 Jan 2018
History is the combination of small events, as much as it is of large ones, and this story explores the moments behind the scenes that go on to shape the events that unfold. For a Prophet and his Catalyst especially, no moment is without significance.
For months, authors bandied compliments over equally amazing works of fiction. Finally, they have united to tell the unseen edition of The Realm of the Elderlings series. The first of three beasts of fiction, Prophet's Threads follows the original Farseer Trilogy, offering insight into the minds of each character with whom our heroes interact.
Shoutout to the roleplay that provided the base for this fic, and for the long hours spent fine tuning and refining the details.
Some direct quotations from the original works are used; all credit for the creation of the world and the people within it goes to Robin Hobb.
Since the release of Assassin's Fate, the endgame of this work is no longer canon-compliant, but the details leading up to it are.
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Fandoms: Farseer Trilogy - Robin Hobb
25 Jan 2017
All the nights that Fitz never told of, laying in the shared yurt while the Fool pressed up to him (only for warmth, of course), and the conversations that ensued concerning feelings, assumptions, and dreams. Please read and review!
04 Aug 2016
Set during the quest to find King Verity beyond the Mountain Kingdom. Fitz realises he loves the Fool and decides to confront it.
A collection of scenes written as a divergence from Golden Fool that proceeds as a novel after Chapter 3. Fitz is not dissuaded from seeking an answer regarding the Fool's gender during their confrontation at breakfast. His discovery alters their interactions as they both try to regain an equilibrium in their friendship. Time continues to move inexorably forwards, however, and each of Fitz's decisions leads to changes in the course of time. Civil unrest threatens as the Piebalds become more bold, and Fitz must protect the Prince's secret at all costs. Meanwhile, the journey to the Outislands looms ever closer. Some direct quotes are present in the early chapters to set the scene for the reader, and are cited appropriately. I do not claim ownership over any characters within and I am not making money from this fan-work.
- Part 1 of Concerning Another Path