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Ysilme
03/30/17 01:32 am
I suppose they'd have a heart attack if I told them I'm writing fanfic in English these days. *g*
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experience like you, Alpha, but with English: two English teachers told me I should try to get a job where I wouldn't need foreign languages as they judged me too little giftd in languages.
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It's The End Of The World As We Know It.... by curiouswombat

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The guys from Jorvik declared that 'the ragnar will be röking on Saturday 22nd February' when it will be Ragnarök* (otherwise known as the Twilight of the Gods).

In honour of the end of the world as we know it brutti_ma_buoni suggested If you feel like noodling at a Apocalyptic ficlet, drabble, poem, quick sketch or fanmix or something, shall we? Any fandom welcome, or none.

One of the prompts was
Prompt: any fandom, any character/pairing, the song of the twilight of the gods

 

*As you can tell, though -  the guys from Jorvik were wrong!

Manwë was a sight to behold in his very, very, shiny armour. He began to speak to the assembles Valar, Maiar and Elves.

"Yes - it really is the Dagor Dagorlath. Now a few things, before we go out to finally defeat Melkor.

"Legolas - no fancy leaping around - the laws of gravity are still in force.

"Feanor and sons - Eärendil is, indeed, wearing one of your damned silmarils bound to his forehead - just deal with it. One foot out of line in his direction and, final battle or not, you will find yourselves back in whatever remains of Mandos Halls.

"And Aulë - I will personally make you suffer great pain, even though you are on our side, if I hear you or any of your maiar as much as think a single bar of 'Hey Ho! Hey Ho! It's off to work we go....'"

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