Ettenmoor Chronicle

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Winterwulf:
Not sure if this is the place to post this, but if not, I know it can be moved ;)

I started a blog a while ago based on the moors (my main is my hunter, Winterwulf, but (at the time) my main creep was a warg named Deathwulf).  The blog was more like a diary written from my warg's perspective... but as I played there, more questions popped into my head and a story developed... I have since stopped writing diary and concentrated on the story.

Basically, everything I've written so far can be found at http://my.lotro.com/user-991710/

If you are really bored, I would suggest reading from the beginning post (Missing!)  Yes, I have a lot of postings, but it does give a better background on the characters themselves.  (I also asked a lot of friends if it was ok to use their characters.... I don't mind using mine, but I want to make sure the backgrounds on other characters don't get mixed up.)

Happy reading! (And yes, I still keep the story going... :) )

P.S. I had to change 'who' wrote the entries from Deathwulf to Winterwulf so I could even see them... -sighs-

Winterwulf:
Here are the parts I've written for volume 2:

http://my.lotro.com/user-991710/2011/09/13/a-lone-hunter/
http://my.lotro.com/user-991710/2011/09/26/outriding-the-enemy/
http://my.lotro.com/user-991710/2011/09/26/home-is-no-longer-home/
http://my.lotro.com/user-991710/2011/09/29/a-trap-on-the-pass/
http://my.lotro.com/user-991710/2011/10/05/the-search-is-on/
http://my.lotro.com/user-991710/2011/10/07/feigning-unconsciousness/

I'll try to keep this updated as I post new parts.

Winterwulf:
Here are the current chapters for the story:

http://my.lotro.com/user-991710/2011/10/13/a-narrow-escape/
http://my.lotro.com/user-991710/2011/10/20/the-hunter-becomes-the-hunted/
http://my.lotro.com/user-991710/2011/11/02/caras-galadhon-the-city-of-the-trees/

Also, I've tried to change things on my page and get things a bit cleaned up and easier to find (thank you for the ToC, Tuiliel... that is one thing I 'borrowed' to make things easier to find :) )

Tuiliel:
Well done, as always!

For those of you who are as yet unfamiliar with our kinsman's work, I highly recommend this interesting warg's eye view of Middle-earth adventures. The mix of characters with unique personalities and motivations add depth to the story. A fun read!

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