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The 'Unabeauverse' timeline

By:Altariel
 December, 23 2005

A chronological list of stories by Altariel and Isabeau, including contributions from Dwimordene and Soledad.


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 [1] And now, just to spread the comments around... Can I consider these to be part of the Unabeauverse also?
Dark Dreams (Avon)
The Key (Altariel)/The Silence of Things (Dwim)
Both Beholden (Dwim)
That Which Remains Us (Dwim)
Spartan Letters (Dwim)
The King's Shilling (Altariel)

And, Fourth Age now has a link! (Yay!)
Thanks again for The List

Denise (dpetrash)
Posted:Feb 9, 2006 16:10 GMT  Reply to this Comment


 [2] I forgot in earlier post: I think Tolkien lists Finduilas' death in 2987 (Lady of Silences).

Denise
Posted:Feb 9, 2006 16:21 GMT  Reply to this Comment


 [3] Thanks for the catch on the wrong date on Lady of Silences, and picking up that The King's Shilling was missing - I'd missed that! Also for reminding me about the link for Fourth Age. I can't see any reason why The Key isn't part of the timeline, I'll try to think what the most appropriate date would be.

As for the other stories: I think that's probably up to the authors to decide. Perhaps The Key is more part of Dwim!verse?

Altariel
Posted:Feb 10, 2006 15:15 GMT  Reply to this Comment


 [4] I just remember reading these stories, and thinking that they would fit in with the "canon" universe that you and Isabeau created, although The Key and The Silence of Things seemed to be alternate possibilities within that universe?

Also, I'm sure that it's on your radar screen already, but I forgot to include Reparations.

Denise
Posted:Feb 10, 2006 18:37 GMT  Reply to this Comment


 [5] Popping in for a moment since Una alerted me to the question. None of the above-mentioned Dwim stories were written to fit the Unabeauverse. "The Key" and "The Silence of Things" were both written to a common prompt, based on what had happened in "That Which Remains Us." So I'd consider them to be possible alternatives within my Steward's Family story arc(s), to which "Spartan Letters" also belongs. Altariel was one of the culprits in getting me to write "Spartan Letters," but it wasn't written to fit the Unabeauverse.

"Both Beholden" is a stand alone. I don't know that anything in it would contradict any element within the Unabeauverse, but to me, that Boromir just feels different from the Boromir I've seen (and written) for the Unabeauverse. If he were in that story arc, I'd have written him with more of the Andrahar-affair and related issues hanging over him and informing his interaction with Halbarad.

Dwim
Posted:Feb 11, 2006 11:58 GMT  Reply to this Comment


 [6] Thank you for the clarification, Dwim!

Denise
Posted:Feb 11, 2006 18:32 GMT  Reply to this Comment


 [7] I've updated the Unabeauverse timeline to include 'Reconciliation' by Dwimordene:

http://community.livejournal.com/best_loved_sons/572.html

Altariel
Posted:Aug 20, 2007 14:36 GMT  Reply to this Comment


 [8] A nice big juicy update to the timeline.

Newly-added stories listed here:
http://community.livejournal.com/best_loved_sons/1045.html

And the full timeline is here:
http://community.livejournal.com/best_loved_sons/572.html

Altariel
Posted:May 30, 2010 06:26 GMT  Reply to this Comment

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