During various moments in his life, Celebrimbor is forced to reconsider the meaning of peace.
Characters: Celebrimbor, Curufin, Narvi, Orodreth, Sauron
Genres: Drama, General
Warnings: ***Torture, Character Death
Chapters: 13 Completed: Yes
Word count: 10429 Read: 3887
Published: March 03, 2017 Updated: June 08, 2017
Written for the following quote of the Revolution-challenge:
"Of course, everybody says they're for peace. Hitler was for peace. Everybody is for peace. The question is: 'What kind of peace?'"
Quenya names used.
Warning: offscreen torture mentioned in chapter 10, canon character death in chapter 11.
After swearing the Oath, Curufin comes to say goodbye to his only child.
Celebrimbor denounces his family.
Celebrimbor hears about his father's death.
In Eregion in the Second Age, Celebrimbor finds peace.
Celebrimbor meets a certain Maia.
Alternative title: Stranger in the City
Celebrimbor invites Annatar to help him with a certain project.
This chapter (as well as the following ones) are split up in two parts, because the length would otherwise be incongruous with the rest of the chapters.
Annatar thinks the design on the Western Doors of Hadhodrond could be improved.
Annatar has taken Celebrimbor prisoner.
Celebrimbor understands something fundamental about Annatar.
This picks up immediately where the previous chapter, Treason in Tharbad - Part I, ended.
Celebrimbor has a final conversation with Annatar.
Celebrimbor is executed.
Celebrimbor realizes he is dead and in Mandos.
Celebrimbor is reunited and reconciliated with his father.