Solatiri held Boromir in her arms as he trembled in fright. The power of the Ring was more than he imagined and it frightened him. Everyone was right. No one could wield it. He couldn't believe he attacked Frodo.

"Boromir, where are the others?" Solatiri asked.

"The river", Boromir answered.

"Go back to them", she said. "I'll find Frodo."

"No, I have to tell him I'm sorry."

"You will."

She brushed the hair out of his face noticing the pale look on his face.

"You look awful. Go back and rest, my love. You need it."

From a distance, they heard the clashing of swords and creatures growling. Solatiri quickly pulled Boromir to his feet before raising her bow and arrow.

"Find the halfling!" they heard someone roar. "Find the halfling!"

"The Hobbits", Solatiri said.

The two started running back in the direction of the camp hoping the find Frodo. They saw a group of Uruk-Hai running in a direction close to them as if they were chasing someone.

"There", Boromir said. "Frodo might be there."

They followed the Uruk-Hai to find Merry and Pippin surrounded. Boromir raised his sword as an Uruk came running with an ax. He grabbed the ax and used it to kill the monster. Solatiri fired her arrows at the oncoming Uruk-Hai.

"Merry, Pippin, run!" Solatiri said.

Merry and Pippin instead pulled their daggers from their belts and started helping.

"Boromir, look out!"

Solatiri pulled her knife out and threw it at an Uruk, stabbing it in the throat. Boromir knew they weren't going to last long. More and more Uruk-hai were coming. They were outnumbered. He looked at his belt remembering he held the horn of Gondor. He hoped that there would be someone close to help. Boromir pulled the horn from his belt and blew, calling for help.

"Retreat!" he said as he, Solatiri and the Hobbits ran. "Run! Run!"

He raised his horn again to call for help. It was no use as it seemed there was no help that would come. Merry and Pippin dropped their daggers and instead started throwing stones. They seemed to work as every stone they threw managed to hit an Uruk in the head. Solatiri noticed she was running out of arrows and resorted to fighting with her sword. From the corner of her eye, she could see on large Uruk wielding a bow and arrow. It stood on the top of the hill aiming at Boromir.

"No!" she screamed.

The Uruk released his arrow, hitting Boromir in the chest. He stood unable to move as the arrow stuck into his chest. Solatiri stood almost frozen as she watched the energy leave him.

"BOROMIR!" she screamed as he fell to his knees.

Boromir wasn't giving up without a fight. He got up and continued fighting off the Uruk-hai left and right. Another arrow came this time hitting Boromir in the corner of his stomach. Solatiri screamed in sorrow as she watched him fall. It couldn't end like this.

Boromir looked at the Hobbits who looked at him both sad and afraid. He couldn't let the Uruk-Hai take them. He looked at Solatiri who was about to lose her composure and weep over him. If this would be the end, he would die a hero in her eyes.

Solatiri watched as Boromir stood and resumed fighting. She knew he wouldn't last long without help. Solatiri raised her sword to continue fighting as well. She stopped as she heard the sound of Boromir being hit with another arrow. This time he was hit directly in the chest between both arrows. He fell to his knees, this time he wouldn't get up.

Merry and Pippin picked up their swords knowing they had to help. The Uruk-Hai grabbed them and carried them off, leaving Boromir to die.

"Merry! Pippin!"

Solatiri turned to see the Uruk who attacked Boromir pointing another arrow at him. This time he was aiming for his head.

"No!" Solatiri yelled as she pushed the Uruk away.

Aragorn came running to help her fight. Solatiri was angry now as she raised her sword against the Uruk.

"You will not take him away from me!" she said as angry tears came to her eyes.

Aragorn pulled his knife from his belt, stabbing him in the leg. The Uruk beat Aragorn to a pulp before pulling the knife from his leg. He licked the blood off the blade and threw it at Solatiri who swung her sword, dodging it. Aragorn got to his feet and swung his sword, cutting off the Uruk's arm and stabbed it before cutting off his head.

"Boromir", Solatiri said as she ran to his side.

Boromir laid on the ground with the arrows still stuck in him. His breaths were short and shaking.

"Boromir", Solatiri said starting to cry.


She took his hand in hers as she gently ran her hand across his face.

"It'll be okay", she said feeling a lump in her throat. "Everything will be okay. We'll get you to a healer. And…"

She couldn't continue knowing she was trying to convince herself. Aragorn watched them knowing it was useless.

"They took the little ones", Boromir told Aragorn.

"Hold still", Aragorn said looking at his wounds.

"Frodo…where is Frodo?"

"I let Frodo go", he said.

"Then you did what I could not", Boromir said knowing he had broken his oath to protect Frodo. "I tried to take the Ring from him."

"The Ring is beyond our reach now."

"Forgive me", he said struggling to talk. "I did not see it."

"You mustn't blame yourself", Solatiri said.

"I have failed you all", Boromir said.

"No, Boromir", she said. "You have not failed."

"You fought bravely", Aragorn said. "You have kept your honor."

He looked at the arrows hoping he would be able to heal him. He grabbed an arrow, but Boromir stopped him.

"Leave it. It is over. The world of Men will fall and all will come to darkness…and my city to ruin."

"Don't talk like that", Solatiri said. "It is not over. Let Aragorn heal you."

Tears fell from her eyes landing onto his face.

"Boromir, I cannot lose you! You cannot leave me!"


"Listen", Aragorn said making a promise. "I do not know what strength is in my blood. But I swear to you, I will not let the White City fall…"

Boromir and Solatiri looked at him with a glimmer of hope in their eyes.

"…nor our people fail."

"Our people", Boromir said with a smile. "Our people."

He turned to reach for his sword that laid beside him. Aragorn picked it up and laid it in his hand as Boromir held it to his chest.

"I would've followed you, my brother…my captain…my king."

"Boromir…" Solatiri said noticing his voice was fading.

He looked at her giving her one last smile. He may have been dying, but at least he died with her by his side.

"I will always be with you."

"Boromir, no."

The light left his eyes and his body went still. Solatiri shook her head in disbelief and pulled his body close as she screamed to the heavens.

"No! Boromir!"

She sobbed uncontrollably as she held his body in her arms. Aragorn, Legolas and Gimli watched knowing there was nothing they could do to comfort her. This wound in her heart would never heal.

"They will look for his coming from the White Tower", Aragorn said. "But he will not return."

Solatiri watched as Aragorn and Legolas laid Boromir in one of the empty boats. His shield stood against his head and his sword was clasped in his hands. She slowly walked before leaning into the boat stroking his cold cheek.

"I love you, Boromir, son of Denethor", she whispered. "I will see you again someday."

Solatiri pressed her lips against his one last time. She was dying on the inside and wished she could die. She wanted to be with him, but she knew she could not follow this time. Solatiri stood on the beach as she watched the boat float down the river.

"Goodbye, my love", she said.

"Hurry", Legolas said pushing the last boat into the water. "Frodo and Sam have reached the eastern shore."

Solatiri looked down not wanting to move. Boromir let Frodo go, it seemed wrong to follow now. There were still Merry and Pippin who Boromir died to protect. He gave his life for them, now it was time she did the same.

"You mean not to follow them?" Legolas said as he looked at the remainder of the Fellowship.

"Frodo's fate is no longer in our hands", Aragorn said.

"Then it has all been in vain", Gimli said. "The Fellowship has failed."

"Not if we hold true to each other", Aragorn said. "We will not abandon Merry and Pippin to torment and death. Not while we have strength left."

Solatiri turned knowing this to be true.

"Leave all that can be spared behind. We travel light. Let's hunt some Orc."

Aragorn ran into the wilderness with Solatiri behind him. Legolas and Gimli followed too

End Credit song

I will always be with you
Makes no difference where your road takes you to
Even if we're apart, now we're joined at the heart
Though our moment may be gone
You and I will still live on

I will always be with you
I'll be by your side whatever you do
Other memories may fade, but the ones that we made
Are eternal as a start
Now I'm part of who you are

And I'll be there with you in the sound of your laughter
I'll be in the tears you cry
Cause the way you and I have touched one another
Doesn't end with goodbye

I will always be with you
Like a guardian angel constant and true
When you're lost in the night, and you can't see the light
My love will see you through

I will always be there
You'll have me there
I will always be with you

I will always be with you
Like a guardian angel constant and true
When you're lost in the night, and you can't see the light
My love will see you through

I will always be there
You'll have me there
I will always be with you

I was crying the whole time I wrote this. Don't worry. This is only the final chapter for Fellowship of the Ring. Boromir may be gone, but Solatiri will brave on without him and continue to fulfill his vow. Next chapter coming soon.