so much dramatic irony
This tag belongs to the Additional Tags Category.
Parent tags (more general):
This tag has not been marked common and can't be filtered on (yet).
Works which have used it as a tag:
Fandoms: The Lord of the Rings - J. R. R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings (Movies), The Lord of the Rings - All Media Types, TOLKIEN J. R. R. - Works
21 Jul 2015
A young Faramir has a dream that suggests a destiny worthy of his father’s attention and praise . . . but it seems he is mistaken.
Explores Faramir’s early relationship with Boromir, Denethor, and Gandalf in light of the growing threats in Middle Earth during his childhood and his own proclivity for prophetic dreams. (Mostly I just felt like cramming a bunch of significant character-defining experiences-- and dramatic irony-- for young Faramir into one fic!).
20 Oct 2019
The story of how Toshinori Yagi (not All Might, Toshinori Yagi) singlehandedly defeated his archenemy's League of Villains by accidentally adopting them all.
Or: Toshinori's gonna redemption arc everybody, just watch him.
Absence made the heart grow fonder, allegedly - but could it grow fonder when absence was all that there had ever been? Merope, at least, found that she could love in the utter absence that was dying moments after your son was born.
Merope wants nothing more than to meet her son, about whom she knows almost nothing. Harry Potter may be able to help her - if she still wants to go through with it once he's finished telling her about him.
(alternatively titled: Have you seen this Dark Lord?)
“Do we have a point? I thought we were doing therapy.”
“We were. Last night,” Adam conceded. “Ronan was there. Now he’s not here.”
“True. You really are sharp, Parrish.”
“Henry. I don’t know how we got here. I don’t remember coming here.”
“Perhaps we sleepwalk.”
Due to weird magical logic, Adam and Henry have travelled back in time to the day Niall Lynch died. Basically, they try to stop it, no one else knows what they're talking about, Adam misses Ronan and in the end it was all a dream. Kind of.