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Summary: Highest possible rating. Use all possible insinuations. Give the Ring a personality, but also make it seem like Frodo is sort of 'talking to himself'. Make sam worried. Frodo and the Ring have a dirty conversation on Mount Doom. Ring tries to seduce Frodo.
Categories: FPS Characters: Frodo, The One Ring
Summary: It doesn't matter where or when this story takes place (maybe the best timing would be after ROTK, but it's up to you really). Aragorn and Frodo are in love, Aragorn turns out to be so controlling and very possessive of Frodo... he's jealous of anyone who would come near Frodo, even his best friend Sam and his cousins.Blinded by his jealousy or perhaps the power of being in control or something, he gradually starts hurting Frodo and gets really rough with him, but because Frodo loves him he doesn't think of leaving him or telling anyone about it. We can put Legolas there to find out what's happening somehow and try to help Frodo and comfort him. While he's doing that he starts to have special feelings for Frodo, which drives Aragorn crazy: watching Legolas getting closer to his lover which make him hurt Frodo even more and maybe do some rough sex? ;) I don't know how the ending should be so it's up to you. I think the rating should be NC-17 :)
Categories: FPS > Frodo/Aragorn, FPS, FPS > Aragorn/Frodo Characters: Aragorn, Frodo
Summary: What would happen if Gollum was knocked out by Sam and therefore didn't manage to get into Mount Doom to bite off Frodo's finger? "The Ring is mine." - "Nooo!!" Sam could only watch and numbly follow as his best friend put on the One Ring he'd set out to destroy and walked out of Mount Doom, abandoning all he had fought for. Strangely enough, he had not turned fully invisible, but reappeared a few seconds later, his large blue eyes full of malicious joy. He was high on his own power, his posession of the ring. "You can't keep the Ring, Frodo!" Sam yelled after him, panicking. Tears ran down his grime-covered face as Frodo turned around to him, that frightening, power-hungry smile still on his lips. "You don't know what you're doing!" Sam tried to shout, but all that came out was a choked sob. "You are not yourself." How could this be happening to his beloved, innocent Frodo Baggins? "Trust me, my love." Frodo answered, with a strangely calm and cold voice that sent shivers down Sam's spine. "I have never been more myself than now." And as Frodo turned and walked calmly towards the tower, ready to kill Sauron and everyone who stood in his way to power, Sam knew that he would follow and help him, for he loved Frodo far too much to ever displease him. The Ring had to be destroyed, but Sam had not the heart to hurt its bearer. And so, Lord Frodo came to power over Mordor and, after that, all of Middle Earth. ** ** ** ** Yup! And I did a short RP a few days ago about what happens after that -Frodo and Sam climb up to Sauron and Frodo kills him (is just a helpless eye after all ) while Sam holds up the orcs. Sauron is destroyed, big energy wave -after that, Frodo is more or less himself, save for the fact that he calls the NAZGÛL to him, which are now HIS servants, to carry him and Sam to Minas Tirith! Of course, Sauron's army of orcs died or fled when he was destroyed, so the good guys, ya know, Aragorn and so on, are all safe and alive. They're very happy to see Frodo and Sam arrive - just a little bit worried about HOW they arrive: on one of the Nazgûls dragons
And, well, a bit later in the morning, after Frodo's had a good night's sleep and Gandalf hasn't had enough time to worry about the strangeness and this unexpected, seemingly wrong outcome of things, evil-hobbit openly admits that he's still got the ring and now everyone should bend to his will. End of the third age, so to say, NWO - New World Order. First - everyone is quite shocked, of course. But they think - hey, this is FRODO who has the ring, it can't be so bad? And Sauron's dead, it's what we wanted! So Aragorn becomes King of Gondor, marries Arwen - everything's fine. Of course, dear heir of Isildur has to cope with using Denethor's old throne, the throne for the STEWARD of Gondor, because Frodo uses the king's. Which, by the way, is far too large for him But not for long, because Frodo's first orders are about to follow! He commands all hobbits and dwarves to move to Minas Tirith for the time being so they can as fast as possible build him his own castle -carved into the mountains above the city. Bloody high, exceptionally large, and not at all easy to make, but they have to. It takes about half a year. Dwarfes are good at caves. The inside of this palace is all marble, mostly dark. Frodo's throne room especially, which is made of black marble, including his overly large throne. He turns into a right little megalomaniac. In the front and back of this castle, he magically creates two yards. The one in front of the main entrance is rather like the usual castle yards, think of Versailles. It's the first thing you see when riding up from Minas Tirith to Frodo's palace. There are several ways up through the mountain, of course, for servants, but this is the official, representative one *g* The one in the back is for Sam, actually, a small forest with all the kinds of plants and trees of the Shire. Frodo might be evil, but he still knows beauty when he sees it, and he wants some in his life, too! Now, now that his palace has been made, he sets up the actual plan. All hobbits must work - rebuild cities that were destroyed during the war, and then make weapons. Of all dwarves and men, Frodo sets up an army, because he wants one. He doesn't yet know what for And all elves that haven't gone to the West yet, become his servants in his palace. Yes, ALL elves. Several hundred might just about be enough for one single hobbit, don'tcha think? *lol* And he's not alone either - Sam's with him of course. Sam is the only person without a special rank of any sort (like Faramir, Èomer and Aragorn for example, they have enough paperwork duties to do with their offices, they don't need to be in the man-part of Frodo's army, as well as Gandalf, who is just Aragorn's advisor and wouldn't have much to do with Frodo if he didn't know him and tried to convince him to do good again) who doesn't have to do anything. Sam is Frodo's companion, personal servant, best friend and lover. He's the only person Frodo just about trusts. He's the one who comforts him at night, because sometimes, for a few hours, Frodo becomes himself again and cries because he knows how he's changed so much and turned evil, causing hurt to everyone... and Sam comforts him then, although he knows, that in the morning, his master will be even worse because he's shown weakness. Poor Sam! Sam is pretty sad about the change in his master. He wishes he could do anything about it - he wants his old Frodo back! As does everyone else, really, but as much as everyone else suffers physically (hard work and/or training), Sam suffers mentally. But he could never, EVER harm Frodo, so he just keeps on... being, and sometimes tries to talk to his lord, to make him change back, but of course, he can't. And, well, once his new world order is finished and works fine, Frodo has an idea. Valinor. He wants to conquer Valinor, capture the elves there and make them his servants, and also use the magic of the elves to live and rule forever. So, he talks to Sam about his fascination with elves, rather innocently, with the outcome that in the end, he makes Sam believe that HE was the one who gave Frodo the idea of conquering Valinor! Not exceptionally important, but it helps keeping Sam loyal if he has a bad conscience. Well. Once the information about Frodo planning an attack against Valinor is official, Aragorn, Gimli, Gandalf and Legolas conspire against him. But they are found out and brought to Lord Frodo at once. Frodo is quite shocked at their betrayal. He's a tyrant, bloody evil, more and more corrupted with every second he wears the ring, consumed by and obsessed with his own power, but deep inside, he still wants his old friends to like him. So, he doesn't kill them, just gets them whipped - except for Legolas. Instead, he tells everyone (besides Sam, who's always with him) to leave him and Legolas alone. Then, he turns Legolas into an orc - for just a few seconds! As a demonstration of his power. And these few seconds are enough to break Legolas into total submission from then on. You know how good friends Legolas and Gimli are - (I think they're even a couple, but it works with best friends as well, they're just really, really close, tha's enough.) - and Frodo seperates them. Not intentionally, mind you. It's just that Legolas, being an elf, is a servant in the castle. Mean enough in itself, as elves need freedom, trees, some occupation, and all the elves' endless will to live is captivated inside these stone walls... but it's even more evil towards Legolas, because, with Gimli training in the army all the time, the two can barely ever meet. And when Frodo attacks Valinor, and wins, of course, as the elves living over there are totally unprepared and clueless as to what hits them, Legolas is, from a safe place on a ship, made to watch while the army of dwarves and men, an army he KNOWS Gimli, his lover, is in, attacks his defenseless relatives. They win, of course. In the end, Frodo's rule is very strict, but peaceful, so I think everyone might actually come to terms with it. Sam gets put to the test at some point though because ...Frodo wants him to kill Rosie. He's bloody jealous of her and wants Sam to prove his love and devotion by killing her. How do you think that should end - should Sam just send her away and disobey Frodo, which he's never dared or WANTED to before, or should he actually kill her? Tough choice So when Sam sends Rosie away, which results in Frodo capturing and torturing her anway... [Frodo and Sam are at the time indecently sharing a grape on Frodo's throne when Faramir storms in. Faramir: Lord Frodo - oh. *makes to leave again* Frodo: *breaks the kiss for a moment but doesn't bother to look up* Stay. What is it? *resumes to kissing sam rather passionately again* Faramir: *cough* We.. we captured Rosie Cotton. Should we send her to the dungeons now or execute her immediately? Sam: *eyes fly open*shrieks and struggles* Frodo: *grabs sams hair none too gently and pulls him back down*keeps kissing him with endless patience* After a while, he does make the decision to stop these public displays of affection and deal with the problem.] ...but not trusting Sam anymore, Sam has to prove his love and that he's trustworthy to Frodo again. Maybe this will happen by chance. He could save Frodo's life when he could've let him die and rid the world of this tyrant! Now THAT's gotta prove something! Also, I have an idea for a scene just before Aragorn, Gandalf, Gimli and Legolas are punished for plotting against Frodo. Frodo and Sam are sitting peacefully behind the castle, in their private forest-garden-thing... Frodo is in a cuddly mood and therefore getting rather comfortable with his dear Sam, if you get my meaning They share several gentle kisses - YES! evil Frodo can still be gentle, it's a twisted version of his old qualities, but he still has them. Well, but while they're quite innocently making out, a random elf surprises them - very humbly, of course. He's only set out to inform Lord Frodo that several conspirators have been found out (Aragorn, Gimli, Gandalf and Legolas, as I told you earlier) and now need to be dealt with. Only, he doesn't get as far as that because Frodo immediately kills him for bothering them. Sam is quite terrified - one, he's been found kissing another male! Of course everybody knows of their relationship and it's not very uncommon, but he's sweet and modest SAM, he's so embarassed! And then, two - he just saw his beloved master kill and innocent elf for no apparent reason. And then Frodo turns back to him, and he seems to actually have enjoyed this pointless murder by his own hands (well, power, anyway, he just needs to tell the ring to kill someone and the person drops dead) and says " Pity I killed him before he could tell me what he wanted. Now we have to go inside and continue this later..." [...which they don't, they finish it. Lord Frodo has time. ] And Sam, seeing the evil in Frodo's eyes, is terrified. He loves him endlessly, so he could never leave him, but he is also terrified. Frodo's come to love killing people. He's become obsessed with power, and killing someone is a way of expressing that power. Especially with elves, as they're supposedly immortal, and he can break through that with a simple thought -he loves it. And Sam, yes, he's very scared. Just a little more and Frodo would drive him insane - he knows he should leave Frodo, it'd be the only sensible thing to do! But he also knows his life is worthless without him because he loves him so much. And he also knows he hasn't really got a choice - even if he wanted to, he couldn't leave! So all he can really do is wish for Frodo to be a better person - and be scared of himself, because, at some point, he discovers there's something intriguing about how he fears Frodo. And how could he save Frodo's life... hm... maybe... yeah! There could be some natural phenomenon, dunno, an avalanche while they're traveling in the mountains, a storm... anything, and Frodo's about to die, crying to Sam for help really sweetly and innocently, HELPLESS, and Sam knows he should just let him die, it'd be best for everyone - but he can't, and he doesn't want to. So, he saves him and defends him with his life so nobody can cause his master any harm while he's weak. I imagine the journey home to be so adorable! Sam has to carry Frodo all the way of course because he's broken something and needs to get healed by the elves, and in his weakened state, he slips from good again -telling Sam to just let him die- to evil - complaining about basically everything, insulting him, being generally nasty... and once Sam actually puts him down and starts a "Right, this is IT!" etc. kind of speech, Frodo puts on that helpless, sad look again and gets real cuddly again, apologizes, says he didn't mean it, how much he loves Sam and the likes... like a little kitten, first it scratches you and then it curls up in your lap, purring. That's Frodo. There's also the story of how Frodo's backyard came to be Aragorn's fault, actually. He and Gandalf - well, everyone, really, is hoping to restore some of the good that was once in his Lord. So, at some point, Aragorn decided to speak to Frodo a lot, to try and get to him, MAKE him be good. Which of course he can't he'd need to kill him or take the Ring from him, and nobody can do the latter because it would only corrupt that person. They might ask Sam to do it, but he'd never hurt Frodo, and he knows that it would include that. So Aragorn just tries ...talking. And Frodo actually invites him to his private chambers once where they lead a conversation that makes Aragorn cry in the end. As you said, Frodo is brilliant at messing with peoples heads, and he does very much so with Aragorn. In the end, this big strong man is sobbing because he blames himself for ever doubting in Frodo's total innocence - "I want to be good, really! *huge, sad eyes* But it has corrupted me... *dramatically grabs the front of strider's shirt*'s TAKEN me, Aragorn, I can't fight it! *turns away because he starts laughing and convincingly pretends to be sobbing hysterically instead*" Aragorn kneels behind him and pulls the little, supposedly sobbing figure into an embrace, then starts crying himself, apologizing to Frodo for ever doubting his good intentions and whatnot. He never sees the self-satisfied, evil smile on Frodo's face, who knows that he's yet again made one of his enemies follow him. This way, Aragorn would never be able to harm him. But later, he requests one good deed of Frodo - anything! So Frodo - rather bored - conjures up a random flower on the floor of his throne room. Sam, so glad that his master isn't completely evil, immediately plants it outside - and then asks Frodo to conjure some more. This ends in Frodo reshaping the mountain and creating a whole little forest resembling those around the Shire. Yup. I could also get more into the private lifes of everyone else... they're pretty much the same, really, just that there are very strict rules. Men train for battle wherever they live - Frodo sees everything. Dwarves do the same in their caves, both practically all the time. Just Gimli's with the humans in Minas Tirith because that's where Legolas is as well and the chances of meeting are bigger that way. And all elves, really, ALL elves are more or less dignified slaves. Not tortured or humiliated, they're treated like proper servants, with the difference that they're not there by their own will. And hobbits that don't work on the rebuilding of Osgiliath and the likes still live in the Shire, just do a lot more delivering things to Gondor than before. Actually, I'm not really sure what to do with Merry and Pippin. I mean, they're Frodo's friends, not as close as Sam, but he'll still want them with him! So they live in Minas Tirith. But how... what do they do? *thinks* ...Actually... they could both be... what was it Pippin was for Denethor, squire? They could be the same for Frodo! Just Frodo isn't nearly as disgusting as Denethor, he makes up for it by being evil AND he has a ring for them to kiss! - I loved that scene.
Categories: FPS Characters: Frodo
Summary: (Afterwards Aragorn (Strider)/Sam and of course Sam/Frodo) Possibly... AU? They spend quite a bit more time in Bree this way.... While in Bree, Samwise is kidnapped, raped and held captive by Ferny. The 'shifty character” of a Ranger, Strider, retrieves him. Throughout Sam's recovery, new trust is possibly formed between the ranger and the hobbit that *did* trust him the least of all of them.... (NC-17...details...details!... and hurt/comfort is very nice.... :) )
Categories: FPS Characters: Aragorn, Bill Ferny, Frodo, Sam
Summary: Anything with Boromir/Frodo.
Categories: FPS > Frodo/Boromir, FPS, FPS > Boromir/Frodo Characters: Boromir, Frodo
Summary: Something slashy set in Rivendell as Frodo is being healed. Maybe a little hurt/comfort?
Categories: FPS > Frodo/Elrond, FPS, FPS > Elrond/Frodo Characters: Elrond, Frodo
Summary: Picture Bunny! I'd love to see a picture of Frodo and Sam, (looking like hobbits, not elves,) taking a bath for the purpose of getting not laid but clean. Xena and Gabrielle do it all the time. The sensuality is muted. Makes nice eye candy.
Categories: FPS Characters: Frodo, Sam
Summary: The burden of carrying the one ring starts to affect Frodo's mind. The one ring's curses include unnatural long life, madness, and similar effects as if given a very large quantity of Viagra. Bonus points if Frodo's cries of passion sound remarkably like Gollum's mad ranting, double bonus points if a surprised Elrond is in the picture.
Categories: FPS Characters: Frodo
Summary: Frodo/Sam, Frodo/OC. I always love to see Sam in the role of the hero, mainly because he's my favorite character from our beloved 'LOTR'. Well anyway, I was considering this story to be a bit tragic besides being heroic. Plot is pretty much as follows... Frodo acquires the attention of an unwanted hobbit from a settlement near Bree. Slowly throughout the beginning of the story, this hobbits attention turns to lust and a desire for Frodo Baggins. (This could end up being a long story, if you really want to put some detail into it) The hobbit attacks Frodo at Bag End late one night, only to be warded off by Sam before the attacker gets what he really desires. A few months pass and the hobbit devises a plan to kidnap Frodo and return with him to Bree. Where Frodo is beaten, starved and eventually broken. Sam slowly puts the pieces together and is able to save Frodo before the hobbit captor kills him, but a bit too late. The rest of the story from there on is Frodo coping with his torture and enslavement and Sam slowly forgiving himself for letting Frodo come to harm. Totally up to the writer on how they choose to finish it up. *I've always loved stories with a lot of detail and I praise anyone who takes up the task of writing this, I will be forever in your debt!*
Categories: FPS > Sam/Frodo, FPS, FPS > Frodo/Sam Characters: Frodo, Sam
Summary: Set post-Hobbit and pre- or early-FotR, a teenaged Frodo has fallen in love with a hobbit lad (writer's choice of whom!). This makes him feel a bit ashamed, and he begins to act strangely. When Bilbo asks what's wrong, Frodo confesses his desires and says that he's worried about what they might mean. Bilbo reassures him that it's perfectly normal (bonus points for an NC-17 Bilbo/Gandalf flashback!) and asks if Frodo's had any experience. When he says no, Bilbo....uh....'teaches' him. A very squicky pairing, yes, but it's just won't leave me alone. Extra bonus points for describing Bilbo's body in all its chubby glory. ^_^ A rating of NC-17 is preferred, but write as the muse speaks to you.
Categories: FPS Characters: Frodo
Summary: How about a Gollum/Sméagol and Frodo slash? Rated NC-17, and based in the movie-verse. It can take place right after the scene where Gollum/SmÉagol argues with himself. It must be very passionate and revealing, but it also must be awkward, with neither really sure if they are doing the right thing. Frodo being a little disgusted, and Gollum being confused, and not wanting to be 'attached' to anyone. And it could end with the two falling asleep all together. (Sam, Frodo, and Gollum all together) Sam and Frodo can't have any romantic involvement (past or present) and both can be virgins. Long and descriptive please! And if anyone can pull this off right, I will be eternally grateful! ;)
Categories: FPS Characters: Frodo, Gollum
Summary: Frodo/Orc or Frodo/Uruk. It can be in any setting, any justification, but it has to be after the ring has had some time to work on his mind. He is somehow captured by the Orc/Uruk, and rape, BDSM, much general NC-17 nastiness ensues. After a lot of this, Frodo finds some means to kill the Orc/Uruk. It doesn't matter if this allows him to escape or not. But I want the Ring to enjoy the whole process. It should enjoy the topping, and the breaking of Frodo's spirit and innocence (he's a virgin to this point), and enjoy his first killing of a sentient being. He can feel its enjoyment. Dark is good.
Categories: FPS Characters: Frodo, Orcs & Uruk-hai
Summary: I'm pretty much looking for a good Frodo/Orc bondage story (NC17 would have me jumping off the wall...). Sam can come later in the story if you care to write him in. Setting perhaps on the plains of Gorgoroth. Sam leaves Frodo to find water when an Orc comes upon the huddled mass of Frodo Baggins, and what happens next is in one of those creative little minds out there. ;-)
Categories: FPS Characters: Frodo
Summary: I would like to read a love story/songfic based on John Hiatt's 'Have a Little Faith In Me,' in the perspective of Sam having the attitude of the song toward Frodo. (NC-17 *IS* the only rating!!) I have both a copy of the song on file and the lyrics written out. So, if whoever takes this up needs a copy of either, just e-mail me and I'll send it to you! :)
Categories: FPS, FPS > Frodo/Sam, FPS > Sam/Frodo Characters: Frodo, Sam
Summary: Wherever; whenever. Frodo and Sam have some sort of Feelings for each other, but they are afraid to show it or tell each other how they feel. Story must be dramatic, romantic and (no graphic sex or gross stuff), just genuine Samwise and Frodo loving. The more romantic and suspense, the better!
Categories: FPS, FPS > Frodo/Sam, FPS > Sam/Frodo Characters: Frodo, Sam
Summary: During FOTR, right after they leave Moria. Frodo is upset to the point of self-hatred over Gandalf's death. He believes it is his fault *because Gandalf gave him the choice of which route to take to Mordor*. Frodo believes that if he had not chosen to go through Moria, Gandalf would still be with them. He is troubled by terrifying nightmares, but keeps quiet about them and tells no one, feeling very ashamed of his 'crime against Gandalf' (extra points for working that line into the story!).

Only Sam notices the change in Frodo, and is silent on it for a while thinking it maybe is the Ring, but then starts prying about 'what's wrong, Mr. Frodo?' whenever they get a moment alone. Poor Sam gets snapped at a few times by Frodo, because he feels so guilty and doesn't want anyone to know, or to have someone make the connection he has about Gandalf's death being his fault. But, vigilant Sam keeps on trying to help regardless, thinking perhaps it isn't the ring, because Frodo isn't holding it as much as before, not even when he sleeps. (This fic really doesn't have to have much ring interaction in it. Throwing it around Frodo's back when it gets in the way is always a good thing. I hate that damn Ring.)

This scene is very clear to me and the most important: When Frodo *finally* breaks down and tells Sam what is bothering him so very much, the Fellowship had stopped during the day, lost in an area that's partly woods, partly rocky, and slanted as if on the side of a mountain, looking at the map and trying to figure out where the hell they are (yes, I've really thought this out...repeatedly :). So, Sam and Frodo are off vaguely on their own, Sam again trying to figure out what's wrong, with Frodo sitting and leaning against a tree and Sam kneeling, holding him by the shoulders and looking at him while Frodo tries not to cry. Frodo can hear the Fellowship a bit, back and behind him (like 50 feet away), and Sam can see them just barely if he leans to the side to see around the tree. Frodo and Sam are quiet, though, so the Fellowship can't hear them. There is a lot of mud; there is a lot of moisture and mist, but no rain. Frodo and Sam end up sitting in the mud holding one another after Frodo finally lets out how upset he is and about what and is crying on Sam's shoulder.

Hurt/Comfort indicates Sam must take Frodo aside to a gorgeous (and oddly warm) waterfall and bathe him far out of sight of the others. (Have fun working that one out!) This will lead to ***first-time*** gentle and caring--yet very hot sex with Sam's hands just eeeeeverywhere. =d (that's a slurping emoticon, btw) Please, I beg you, NC17! :p After they're all done, and have confessed how they feel about each other and all the other angst-relievers, they are sort of lounging in the pool at the bottom of the waterfall holding one another (quite naked) when they hear Legolas calling to them that it's time to go (they figured out where they are, now). They have no time to get out and get dressed before Legolas comes around the corner with elf-like speed and catches them naked in the pool! Please, Legolas does NOT get into the pool with them! He just realizes what's going on and tries to save face stumblingly. Do what you want with this scene, just don't put Legolas in there sexually, I beg you. As they continue their journey, Legolas knows what no one else in the Fellowship does. He approves, and says witty little things occasionally to embarrass the hobbits and make the rest of the Fellowship wonder what the hell he's talking about (Aragorn seems to be wondering the most). Put that cute little smirk on his face a lot, as he's enjoying himself immensely. :) Make me laugh here! This fic needs to have some length to it to build up Frodo's tension and Sam's worry over several days. I mean, just look how long the friggin' bunny is!!

No humor or parody except for at the end with Legolas, obviously. You could even make this a two-parter, breaking off when Legolas walks in on them. Okay, I guess this isn't a plot bunny, more like a three-quarters grown rabbit, but I'm very visual! Body positions and movements of Frodo and Sam mean a lot, as well as the looks in their eyes... and Legolas' cute little self-satisfied smirk. Okay, I'm done now!
Categories: FPS, FPS > Frodo/Sam, FPS > Sam/Frodo Characters: Frodo, Sam
Summary: Must be Frodo/Sam only and rated NC17. To take place pre-quest but after Bilbo has gone, and shouldn't mention the quest at all. First time 'romance' with an interesting story - good, non-angst stuff. Try to include some masturbation, from both Frodo and Sam, before they get together (and if you can manage some simultaneous solo action after they've gotten together then all the better). Include sex - dirty talk, light bondage (with Frodo being the dominant of the two and Sam being shy and sweet), kinkiness and doing the deed somewhere other than the bedroom all much appreciated, but keep Frodo and Sam in character.
Categories: FPS > Sam/Frodo, FPS, FPS > Frodo/Sam Characters: Frodo, Sam
Summary: Pre-quest; post-Bilbo's leaving the Shire. Either Frodo or Sam (your choice) must be deathly afraid of thunder and/or lightning for some reason or another. One day the two of them get stuck at Bag End during a storm and the one who isn't afraid ends up comforting the other. You can add in any other antics you wish. Can be humorous or merely a romantic, fluffy comfort story, whichever. Any rating is ok. Variation of plot, if you are so inclined: Instead of thunder/lightning, one of them is afraid of something completely different whether it be a silly fear (Like, mushrooms or something) or an ordinary, everyday fear (Heights, etc.) and they end up coming face to face with said fear and the other has to help them/comfort them. All the other requirements apply here as well.
Categories: FPS > Sam/Frodo, FPS, FPS > Frodo/Sam Characters: Frodo, Sam
Summary: Hobbits are peaceful, as all of us know, but even though they are peaceful it doesn't mean they are perfect. They get angry and frustrated like everyone else. And thus this brought me to an interesting fic idea. The conditions are as follows: 1. Must be Frodo/Sam and preferably pre-quest. 2. Frodo is come onto by another hobbit (preferably male, and not Merry, Pip, or Sam). The hobbit could be drunk, or just like Frodo... whatever, but for whatever reason, he wants to get into Frodo's pants. But Frodo refuses. The hobbit becomes aggressive and tries (*tries* is the key word. Thus he does not succeed) to force himself on Frodo. (You can take it however far you like, I mean I don't want Frodo emotionally shattered, just scared.) 3. Sam must find out eventually. Either through someone else or because Frodo runs and tells him, again whatever, it's up to you. 4. Sam goes to confront the other hobbit and 'takes care of him'. You may interpret that however you like (whether he yells at him, punches him, or drags him through the streets to Bag End to apologize....again it's all you.) 5. Sam must then 'comfort' Frodo as only Sam can do. *grin* Frodo and Sam can already be established or this could be the first time they vocalize their feelings, once again... your choice. And the rest of the story is all yours. In essence, I don't want a complete and total angst fest... like I said, just scare Frodo a bit and then have fun with the 'Sam takes care of him' part... you could even make it a little humorous if he ends up humiliating the other hobbit. Ok, I'm gonna stop dictating now. Go write!
Categories: FPS > Sam/Frodo, FPS, FPS > Frodo/Sam Characters: Frodo, Sam
Summary: 'Kisses like sugar' Frodo/Sam, very mushy gushy, later Merry/Pippin. In the Shire, festive or very jolly. Sam and Frodo are just dancing having a good time, when they notice Merry and Pippin are missing (i.e. sneaking off to do naughty things ;). NC17, and if possible Hobbit foursome.
Categories: FPS > Sam/Frodo, FPS, FPS > Frodo/Sam Characters: Frodo, Sam
Summary: Frodo/Sam (Frodo is the advancer). Time period: Pre-Ring Season: Winter Sam has been working too hard lately, and especially in winter, he is really pale and thin. He is never hungry and always tired, though he won't admit it. Frodo is worried, but Sam won't hear of it, then Sam gets sick and collapses in the gardens while chopping wood in the middle of a snow storm. Frodo finds him (has to be very worried and paranoid in this scene) and takes care of him. The next morning Sam expects to be back on his feet, and won't let Frodo stop him, insisting he is fine although his breathing is heavy and he is stumbling everywhere he walks. No NC-17, lots of Frodo taking care of Sam, and lots of Frodo worrying about Sam. I don't want Sam to die, but be very near death (but not till a little later into the story). Hopefully long - remember, Sam is very much in denial that anything is wrong.
Categories: FPS > Sam/Frodo, FPS, FPS > Frodo/Sam Characters: Frodo, Sam
Summary: A really romantic story between Frodo and Sam. Must start when Frodo went to live with Bilbo and how did he meet should be mention the different perspectives of the characters respecting the other.....Example....Sam following Frodo.....How would Sam feel and how Frodo feel. Sam could be nutty as a child but grows into how we see him in the movie... several periods of their lives should be mention... (childhood, etc) and some of the transitions between (the periods) too.
Categories: FPS > Sam/Frodo, FPS, FPS > Frodo/Sam Characters: Frodo, Sam
Summary: Frodo and Sam are going to marry. And because Sam's considered more masculine, he shouldn't really be wearing a dress, if at all, that would be Frodo. However -Frodo would be marrying so far below himself, Sam being a sort of lower-class hobbit and Frodo very much upper class. And because it's usually the wife taking the man's name, that they have to make Sam the wife so they can keep the name Baggins (and the money *eg*) - so Sam gets the dress. Can be any rating, NC-17 would make sense though, as Sam hardly ever gets to act all feminine, and (I think) it would be very much of a first. You decide.
Categories: FPS > Frodo/Sam, FPS, FPS > Sam/Frodo Characters: Frodo, Sam
Summary: Angstfic, movieverse, AU, Frodo/Sam, though it doesn't have to be slash. Lembas-issue, Sam's POV (though not first person). Know when Frodo shoves Sam away when he suggests carrying the Ring, and sends him home? He -accidently- shoves him over the edge. Please a very detailed describtion of Frodo and Sam's shocked and desperate cries for each other, and poor confused Sam during the very LONG fall, not actually understanding what hit him - until he hits the rocks. Weird floating through nothingness follows - the whole floating through tunnel towards bright light while your whole life plays in front of your eyes-deal. But Sam gets pulled back halfway: he made a promise after all, didn't he? He doesn't mean to leave Mr. Frodo. So, this deals with Sam not fully understanding whats wrong with him. Why climbing the stairs after Frodo is suddenly so easy and light, why Frodo doesn't see him in Shelobs lair - why he can't help him when he's attacked by that giant spider! Lots of angst and desperation, lots of tears and hobbits longing for each other, Sam being with Frodo all the time but unable to reach him, Frodo not knowing that Sam's with him. He manages to fight Shelob and destroy the Ring alone (slight turn into bookverse here, Frodo doesn't fall over the edge after Gollum does) although he's almost claimed by it, but somehow he manages. So Sam sits next to Frodo while resting on that rock, and now that he has time to think about it, he slowly begins to realize what has happened. Then, when it's no trouble at all for him to fly next to Frodo while the eagle carries him to Minas Tirith, he fully understands. How he reacts to the knowledge is up to you. He could be scared of what's going to happen to him - isn't he ever going to properly die? He doesn't get answers to his questions. All he COULD get would be knowing looks from Gandalf while they're both sitting as Frodo's bed, Frodo asking Gandalf what he's looking at, and Gandalf smiling at Sam, but shaking his head to Frodo kindly and replying, "nothing." And that's the last contact Sam ever had to any member of the fellowship. He has to watch while Frodo is reunited with folks in Minas Tirith, then eventually goes back to the Shire with Merry and Pippin, and does mourn for his Sam, but knows it was all the time to be expected that they die. So Sam is always with him, unable to leave - until Frodo passes over the sea. Sam thinks that he's now left alone, completely alone in a slowly emptying Middle Earth, condemned to live alone forever - but he follows the ship to Tol Eressea, where finally, Frodo can see him again. Sam is allowed one last goodbye before he fades, to the Halls of Mandos - both of them knowing that, in time, they will meet again.
Categories: FPS > Sam/Frodo, FPS, FPS > Frodo/Sam Characters: Frodo, Sam
Summary: Here's a tricky one, inspired by the scene in TTT where Frodo first calls Gollum by his real name. Stung by Sam's nastiness, Sméagol runs off to be alone. Frodo sets out after him, and by night finds him huddled in a cave crying. They talk for awhile, and Frodo understands how sad and wretched this creature is. He reassures him by giving him a kiss. The tricky part is to make it sweet and not squicky. Any rating is fine. Bonus points for playing up the Hurt/Comfort theme.
Categories: FPS Characters: Frodo, Gollum
Summary: Very angsty. Not too long. Ring seduces Frodo on top of Mount Doom. However, the ring is still not a 'real person', so Frodo is 'talking' to himself. He's going crazy, because of the ring. Take note that the ring is round, and it can shrink, and expand, and uh, fit around things if you get my drift.
Categories: FPS Characters: Frodo
Summary: Any rating, sweet and mushy or downright raunchy. But the sex has to be consensual (or at least partly so) for both parties, and Gollum can't be used as a sex toy (i.e. pleasuring Frodo without being pleasured in return).
Categories: FPS Characters: Frodo, Gollum
Summary: Deep in the heart of Lothrien a pledge is made, a bond is sealed, and a promise made long ago is kept. The secret ties between the Elves of Lothlorien, the 'adventurous-elvish' Tooks, and Frodo.
Categories: FPS > Haldir/Frodo, FPS, FPS > Frodo/Haldir Characters: Frodo, Haldir of Lothlórien
Summary: Galadriel gave to Frodo the elves' favorite star, Earendil (The Light of Lorien). Well, what if all the elves were connected to the stars and it was part of their life force. What if Haldir was Earendil, the light of Lorien. Earendil bonds with Frodo in more ways than one.
Categories: FPS > Frodo/Haldir, FPS, FPS > Haldir/Frodo Characters: Frodo, Haldir of Lothlórien
Summary: All I ask for is a slash story full of hobbit sex (this includes just Frodo, Sam, Merry and Pippin). It has to have many different pairings, triplings, and the whole quadruple. I would prefer having mostly Frodo (because he's the sexiest) doing the nasty with all the other hobbits but some other pairings are welcome. Of course, for good slash, the higher the rating the better. I don't want any repulsive sex, like Gimli and Gandalf, but just wild, hot sex that is masturbation worthy. But remember, there should be a bit of story or foreplay in this, so it can lead up to the best parts and fully turn you on. That's all I ask, enjoy.
Categories: FPS Characters: Frodo, Merry, Pippin, Sam
Summary: Hobbits behaving badly! Okay -- everyone loves sweet hobbity goodness -- but what about hobbity badness? Hobbits who claim rings of power and do bad, evil, unhobbity things, and force other hobbits to do not so nice things. I love hobbits-gone-bad fiction, though it is rare. I was hoping to see one of the four hobbits (Frodo, Sam, Merry, Pippin) turn evil, with or without the ring, and have everything go dark. Oh yes -- this is a slash site. Okay -- add slash, but it should not be comfortable or fluffy (i.e. bad hobbit torments good hobbit, good hobbit prisoner and plaything of bad hobbit etc.) Anyone?
Categories: FPS Characters: Frodo, Merry, Pippin, Sam
Summary: A story with the Hobbits and Strider, where the four try to get the ranger to join them. The main pairings would be Sam/Frodo and Merry/Pippin, but any of them will get cuddly together, as the only one who gets a little shy about it is Sam. One more twist, if you like, is that Sam has an ear fetish, and he likes the look of Strider's. Setting is Chetwood, just outside of Bree.
Categories: FPS Characters: Aragorn, Frodo, Merry, Pippin, Sam
Summary: It would be cool if someone would write a humorous story set during the Fellowship's time in Rivendell. They decide to play a game like soccer or something similar so they get to know each other a bit better before setting out. It must include: All members of the Fellowship! An Elven cheerleading team (with Legolas joining in from time to time!) Pippin tackling Boromir with the help of Merry just before Boromir scores at least in some part of the story; Lots of commentary from ...? Refereeing maybe a mid game punch up?; Cheating with magic by Gandalf; Dodgy passes... * could work both ways in the game and out * Pairings? Boromir/Pippin/Merry, Frodo/Sam *pg*
Categories: FPS > Boromir/Merry/Pippin, FPS, FPS > Sam/Frodo, FPS > Frodo/Sam Characters: Boromir, Frodo, Merry, Pippin, Sam
Summary: What would have happened if Boromir had not died? If Legolas went with Sam and Frodo while Boromir took his place in Helm's Deep?
Categories: FPS > Frodo/Legolas, FPS, FPS > Legolas/Frodo Characters: Frodo, Legolas
Summary: I would be interested in seeing a Gollum Mpreg, with him being the father and either Frodo or Sam (or better yet, both) being impregnated. It needs to be based in the movie verse, and post-quest. Lots of angst, sadness, and unbelievably. The main point of the story should be lots of sulking and confusion as to 'how could this happen'? I'll leave as to how it could happen up to the author. But try your best to make it as less corny as possible. And please have them remember Gollum in a favorable and saddened way, but still unhappy and angst-ridden with the fathering idea. (Finding out about the pregnancy should be a traumatic and shocking scene.)
Categories: FPS Characters: Frodo, Gollum, Sam
Summary: Story type: Humor, mpreg Rating: Preferrably an awesome hot NC-17 I'd love to see an Mpreg story in which Frodo (of course) is very pregnant and he and Aragorn are trying to keep their sex life going. (This is inspired by my reading of Claudia's chapter of "Too Long To Wait") But they have problems because of Frodo's belly hanging out, so new positions must be tried. And of course, Frodo's receiving and Aragorn's giving. Just please make it cute and hott at the same time. ^_^
Categories: FPS > Frodo/Aragorn, FPS, FPS > Aragorn/Frodo Characters: Aragorn, Frodo
Summary: Legolas/Aragorn, Frodo/Sam, Merry/Pippin. Bloopers from The Two Towers...
Categories: FPS > Pippin/Merry, FPS, FPS > Aragorn/Legolas, FPS > Legolas/Aragorn, FPS > Frodo/Sam, FPS > Sam/Frodo, FPS > Merry/Pippin Characters: Aragorn, Frodo, Legolas, Merry, Pippin, Sam
Summary: The fellowship is confronted by something mysterious that holds them enthralled for a few moments. After a few days, each one has the urge to seek out a certain fellow member. (This should not be shown as a bad thing) Required pairings: Aragorn/Boromir, Gimli/Legolas. Extra points for any scenes with Frodo/Gandalf or any combination of Sam/Merry/Pippin. Extra, extra points the closer it is to NC17!*grin*
Categories: FPS Characters: Aragorn, Boromir, Frodo, Gandalf, Legolas, Merry, Pippin, Sam
Summary: Stick them into future. Must be beyond 2003 in Earth. The world has been divided into two. America is ruled by Sauron/other evil character and the rest of the world is divided between different races: Hobbits in Africa, Men in Europe and Oceania, Dwarves and Elves in Asia. The Fellowship and others have been reborn, not YET aware of it. Éomer is a trench coat wearing, beer drinking, gun slinging and multilingual bastard, who does not believe in love and thinks that it is a 'bucket load of bullshit'. He always works alone and does mercenary work. Lives mostly in America, under Sauron's rule and pretends to be evil. As he is somehow part of the prophecy, Elrond, Galadriel and Gandalf, who are aware of their rebirth, gather the Fellowship and send them off to America to find Éomer, make him work for the good side and kill Sauron. All of the Fellowship are good in fighting, especially both Aragorn and Boromir. Arwen, who is Aragorn's self-proclaimed girlfriend, joins the group and does not let them ditch her. They somehow need to get to America without getting anybody killed off and then find Éomer. The rest of the story may go as you please, but it must have those pairings: Éomer/Boromir (latter making the former understand that love exists and not breaking them up), Frodo/Sam, Elrond/Legolas and Aragorn/somebody. NC-17 is preferred and not something below R. Like both good and bad endings.
Categories: FPS > Legolas/Elrond, FPS, FPS > Boromir/Éomer, FPS > Éomer/Boromir, FPS > Frodo/Sam, FPS > Sam/Frodo, FPS > Elrond/Legolas Characters: Boromir, Elrond, Éomer, Frodo
Summary: There is such a shortage of lighthearted slashy goodness, so an angst free party-fic would be nice. Set at a party of some sort, masquerade or just plain old celebration... with a little more than simple insinuation for each couple. Two couples can be established, the other three must get together there. Must be romantic, not just sexual and include some sort of plausible explanation for Arwen and Aragorn marrying (other than being in love). Required Couples: Legolas/Aragorn, Merry/Pippin, Sam/Frodo, Éowyn/Arwen (prefer NC-17 or R)
Categories: FPS Characters: Aragorn, Arwen, Éowyn, Frodo, Legolas, Merry, Pippin, Sam
Summary: A combination of Arwen/Nazgul, Frodo/Nazgul, Frodo/Arwen, and Nazgul/Nazgul. Setting is the Ford of Bruinen and the starting or suggestive quote would be, 'If you want him, come and claim him!' Take it wherever you like, I just wanna see Frodo get down w/ some freaky bondage-like stuff. Preferably rated NC17, but it doesn't really matter.
Categories: FPS Characters: Arwen, Frodo, Nazgûl
Summary: Sam discovers that someone of the Fellowship (or Gollum XD) and Frodo have a sexual relationship and then (successfully) tries to become Frodo's lover, because he always loved him and can't stand someone else having him. I want really exciting Hobbit Love and a desperate Sam who tries everything to get Frodo!
Categories: FPS > Sam/Frodo, FPS, FPS > Frodo/Sam Characters: Frodo, Sam
Summary: How about a story where Tom Bombadil corrupts the innocence of the four hobbits at the start of their long journey.
Categories: FPS Characters: Frodo, Merry, Pippin, Sam, Tom Bombadil
Summary: What if Frodo and company had gone through The Old Forest, and had met Tom Bombadil? (Movie characters) They do not want to admit it, but there is more than one reason the hobbits do not want to leave... (Goldberry is NOT there!)
Categories: FPS Characters: Frodo, Tom Bombadil