A retelling of the Boston Tea Party―an event in the United States that happened on this day: December 16, 1773―using Middle-Earth Elves. This is intended for entertainment purposes. For accurate information regarding this event and the ensuing war, here are some sources , , , , , and the wikipedia entry.
For anyone who’s unversed in the ways and wiles of the internet, the reason wikipedia is not a reliable source of information is because anyone can go in and edit it. However, what wikipedia’s good for is providing broad overviews of a topic, as well as all the subtopics pertaining to it. And it has sources you can dig into at the bottom of its better-put-together pages.
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Solnishko: Happy Halloween, everyfairy! We’ve got the scariest thing of all: HFE continuing something fae started instead moving on to something else. Be sure to catch the recap of Day 1, or you’ll be in for a fright indeed 👻. Today was a slower day, but we still made progress! Oh hey, Piko!
Piko: I can’t believe HFE started reporting on Let’s Go Pikachu without me: his first Pikachu!
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Another lesson from Professor Benben Beezelwax’s lecture series for first-year students at the Hiverville College of Natural Sciences.
Second lesson: fairy curses.
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Transcript from Professor Benben Beezelwax’s (she/her) lecture series for first-year students at Hiverville College of Natural Sciences.
First lesson: defining what Redanians mean by “fairy”.
Read on World Anvil.
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Alternative dialogue for an exclusive I’ve got on Patreon.
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Summarizing day 1 of Mike Emerald’s Let’s Go, Pikachu quest! Featuring an even faker news team than the Daily Show. Everything about this news team is fake, including the correspondents!
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Narrator: Welcome, everyone, to a brief history of the Woodland Realm―specifically, the pre-Thranduil era.
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Kenken: We’ve given the Ardan gods plenty of alternate dooms for Fëanor and his kin-slaying brats. They need to decide, first of all, which one(s) they want to go with.
Lucky and Lockdown: Harnor really should just make a list of them, so he doesn’t have to keep hunting them down over and over again.
Piko: Our guy’s no organizer, okay?
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Piko: So, apparently, Ardan Elves die when they get raped.
Lucky and Lockdown: What…!?
This piece makes a laughing matter out of how rape works in Middle-Earth in order to bring to light how poorly Reality’s rape trials often go, and how poorly rape victims are often treated and depicted. The author acknowledges that rape is no laughing matter. If rape is not a subject matter you care for, especially when it’s treated like this, get thine eyes away from this puerile literature! We gotta find the humor where we can around here. If you can handle that, feel free to proceed.
The author also acknowledges that not every single story on AO3 is a sexfest. Not every single one of my AO3 stories is a sexfest either! It’s just that the sexfest (shipping in general, really) fics get the most attention there. Know your audience, and all that. If you seek free, adult AO3 literature that’s not all sex and shipping, I highly recommend SophiaCatherine and Thette. They were the Adults amongst my initial set of AO3 author friends. Sophia in particular taught me how to embrace writing about non-romantic, non-sexual relationships. Sophia was also the first to teach me the principles nonbinary power!
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Norawarth: Internet social etiquette is also rather complicated, if you think about it. You have to remind your people, who fought a war over fiefdoms’ rights to own slaves instead of abolishing it like their king commanded them to do, that slavery is evil?
Harnor: The internet’s not just America, but yes.
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