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Odious Orcs

By lindahoyland

Humor

Odious Orcs

Odious Orcs - A bad fanfic parody drabble co written with Raksha

These characters all belong to the estate of J.R.R. Tolkien. This story was written for pleasure and not for financial gain

Hidden in a tree, Aragorn watched as the Orcs kicked and beat Legolas and tore off his tunic. They then tied him to the very tree where Aragorn sheltered, and began to whip the Elf.

Legolas uttered no sound as the cruel thongs scored his fair Elven flesh with bloody raised wheals.

"Elendil!" Aragorn howled, leaping from the tree. Taken by surprise, the vile Orcs stood no chance.

Hastily stepping over their corpses, Aragorn untied Legolas.

"How are you, mellon nîn?" he asked anxiously.

"I'm fine, Estel," Legolas replied, blinking his big blue eyes. Smiling, he fainted into Aragorn's arms.

A/N

This was inspired by the "There and back" challenge to write a drabble about Legolas, which led to an enjoyable e-mail discussion with Raksha about book and fanfic Legolas.

I must emphasise that this has no connection whatsoever with my other stories as it is movieverse and somewhat AU. There is no canon evidence that Aragorn and Legolas were friends prior to the quest to destroy the Ring.

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