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  Never Give Up by Dreamflower

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In Rivendell, Merry and Pippin begin their weapons training with Boromir.
 Rating: G
  Category: Canon-General
Submitted: 03/07/2006
  
  The Usual Suspects by GamgeeFest

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Someone is stealing from the kitchens of Brandy Hall; Esmeralda investigates. Features Young!Frodo and Wee!Merry with a dash of Bilbo. Can be read as a stand-alone, or as a companion piece to "In Darkness Buried Deep".
 Rating: G
  Category: Canon-General
Submitted: 03/07/2006
  
  Frodo Lad: Lullaby by Mews1945

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On his first night at Bag End, Frodo suffers homesickness.
 Rating: G
  Category: Canon-General
Submitted: 02/27/2006
  
  Primum Non Nocere (First, Do No Harm) by Frodo Baggins of Bag End

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Sam and Frodo are presented to Eowyn for the first time. What are their reactions to the first woman they've met of the race of Men?
 Rating: PG-13
  Category: Canon-Angst/Drama
Submitted: 02/27/2006
  
  A Letter Home by Frodo Baggins of Bag End

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After the Quest's end at Mount Doom, Samwise writes home from Minas Tirith. . . .
 Rating: PG
  Category: Canon-General
Submitted: 02/26/2006
  
  On the Eve of Pippin's Birthday by Slightly Tookish

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Merry tries to understand why Pippin is so troubled the evening before he turns nine.
 Rating: G
  Category: Canon-General
Submitted: 02/26/2006
  
  House and Home by Slightly Tookish

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After revealing his plans to sell Bag End, Frodo asked Merry to help him find a new home in Buckland. What made Frodo choose the house at Crickhollow? Perhaps an eventful day house-hunting with Merry and Pippin helped him come to that decision.
 Rating: G
  Category: Canon-General
Submitted: 02/26/2006
  
  Cold by Slightly Tookish

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Esmeralda pays a visit to Crickhollow and gets a hard surprise when she finds both Merry and Pippin under the weather and needing her help.
 Rating: G
  Category: Canon-General
Submitted: 02/26/2006
  
  Luncheon by Frodo Baggins of Bag End

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Upon awakening in Rivendell, Frodo is hungry. . .but a bit hesitant about eating, given his recent illness.
 Rating: G
  Category: AU-General
Submitted: 02/25/2006
  
  To Learn His Letters by GamgeeFest

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Bell had wanted her children to learn their letters. Now Halfred must fight with a stubborn Gaffer to make sure that Sam gets his lessons. Rated for some mild angst. Part of the "Number Three, Bagshot Row" series.
 Rating: PG
  Category: Canon-General
Submitted: 02/24/2006
  
  Packed by Frodo Baggins of Bag End

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On the boat departing from the Grey Havens, Frodo and Gandalf share a conversation. . .and some new information. . . . Movieverse.
 Rating: PG
  Category: AU-Angst/Drama
Submitted: 02/24/2006
  
  Bluebells by Frodo Baggins of Bag End

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Not only those things made by the Rings have begun to fade. . .the destruction of the One has wrought more damage than any could have anticipated, and in the smallest of lives. . . .
 Rating: PG-13
  Category: AU-Angst/Drama
Submitted: 02/24/2006
  
  Black and Blue by Frodo Baggins of Bag End

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Movieverse: As Samwise nurses his master's injuries, he contemplates their road ahead. . .and what healing he can bring to the increasing damage inflicted as a consequence of carrying the Ring.
 Rating: PG-13
  Category: AU-Angst/Drama
Submitted: 02/24/2006
  
  The Taste of Friendship by Frodo Baggins of Bag End

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A set of four vignettes set in post-Quest Minas Tirith: the four hobbits face the aftermath of the Quest in their own ways.
 Rating: PG
  Category: Canon-Angst/Drama
Submitted: 02/24/2006
  
  Midnight Snacks: Merry's Tale by Frodo Baggins of Bag End

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A protective Merry watches his cousin Frodo. . .and remembers.
 Rating: PG
  Category: Canon-Angst/Drama
Submitted: 02/24/2006
  
  Cormallen by Frodo Baggins of Bag End

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The thoughts of the Fellowship at the Feast of Cormallen. . . .
 Rating: PG
  Category: Canon-Angst/Drama
Submitted: 02/24/2006
  
  Token by Frodo Baggins of Bag End

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The confrontation with the Mouth of Sauron at the Black Gate affects those present in different, though haunting, ways. Movieverse.
 Rating: PG
  Category: AU-Angst/Drama
Submitted: 02/24/2006
  
  In Darkness Buried Deep by GamgeeFest

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A thoughtless taunt causes Frodo to face his insecurities and he attempts to prove his strength by braving the Old Forest alone. In the aftermath of his disappearance, a secret long buried is revealed. Story rated for thematic elements.
 Rating: PG-13
  Category: Canon-Angst/Drama
Submitted: 02/24/2006
  
  Dear by Frodo Baggins of Bag End

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As the remaining members of the Fellowship move into their little house in Minas Tirith following the War of the Ring, Sam muses on his master's needs. . .and the lingering aftermath of the Quest.
 Rating: PG
  Category: Canon-Angst/Drama
Submitted: 02/23/2006
  
  The Taste of Strawberries by Frodo Baggins of Bag End

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Following the Quest, in the midst of all the ceremonies and festivities in Minas Tirith, Frodo is not faring well. . .but Sam makes a discovery that evokes memories, and perhaps he can help his master. . . .
 Rating: PG
  Category: Canon-Angst/Drama
Submitted: 02/23/2006
  
  Communion by Frodo Baggins of Bag End

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Frodo finds unexpected comfort in the words and deeds of an old friend. Post-Quest.
 Rating: PG
  Category: Canon-Angst/Drama
Submitted: 02/23/2006
  
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