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A Story of Seven by NelyafinweFeanorion

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Summary:

A story for Feanorian week. One chapter for each brother. Based on the seven deadly sins and the seven virtues.

I am an unapologetic fan of the sons of Fëanor. I find them (and their parents and extended family) to be the most fascinating, complex and morally ambiguous characters in Tolkien's writings. 

I usually tend to view and write them in a positive, redemptive light. This was an attempt for me to write a darker or less appealing side of them. Of course, being me, I had to counter each negative I wrote with its opposing positive.


Rated: General
Characters: Amras, Amrod, Caranthir, Celegorm, Curufin, Elrond, Elros, Erestor, Maedhros, Maglor
Challenges: None
Genres: General
Warnings: None
Challenges:
Series: None
Chapters: 7 Completed: No
Word count: 13006 Read: 1567
Published: March 21, 2017 Updated: March 26, 2017

1. Chapter 1 by NelyafinweFeanorion [Reviews - 0] (551 words)

Feanorian Week Day 1: Maedhros

2. Chapter 2 by NelyafinweFeanorion [Reviews - 1] (2316 words)

Feanorian Week Day 2: Maglor 

3. Chapter 3 by NelyafinweFeanorion [Reviews - 0] (1702 words)

 Fëanorion Week Day 3 Celegorm


Today has been a crazy day so sorry this is being posted so late. Poor Caranthir must be fuming because I've neglected doing anything for his day tomorrow since I've been absorbed with Celegorm today. 

I've deviated from canon on Irisse here and I've patterned the Hunters of the followers of Artemis from Greek mythology. The parallels made sense to me.

4. Chapter 4 by NelyafinweFeanorion [Reviews - 0] (1862 words)

Feanorian Week Day 4: Caranthir

5. Chapter 5 by NelyafinweFeanorion [Reviews - 0] (1474 words)

Feanorian Week Day 5: Curufin

6. Chapter 6 by NelyafinweFeanorion [Reviews - 0] (3253 words)

Feanorian Week Day 6: Amrod

note: I had always thought of sloth as laziness, but the definition of sloth in the context of the deadly sins has more to do with apathy and indifference-more of a lack of feeling, a form of alienation and withdrawal. I think that definition works better in this context

7. Chapter 7 by NelyafinweFeanorion [Reviews - 0] (1848 words)

Fëanorian Week day 7: Amras

I chose to give each twin a day of their own rather than put them together so no Fëanor/Nerdanel story. I might tackle those two another day.

this was by far the most challenging combination for me. 

I am thinking of gluttony more as a voracious appetite for something, an addiction of sorts.

Temperance: Moderation or self-restraint. Voluntarily refraining from doing something