My Immortal!Bones Headcanons
Part I: Life in Middle-earth
So I just finished watching Lord of the Rings: Return of The King with my family, and I thought about this post I did a while back. I already have loads of ideas for this.
Note that I have inserted some canonical facts from J.R.R. Tolkien’s books (Wikipedia.com).
Middle-earth is a continent on a flat Earth cosmology planet known as Arda (Wikipedia.com).
Arda is a pre-warp planet that Bones has been transferred to by the Secret Society of Supernatural and Inhuman Studies (SSSIS) with his new identity as Éomer.
The humans on Arda are not ones from Earth.
With his new identity, Bones went to live in Rohan.
Bones becomes a soldier under the command of Éomund, the Chief Marshalof the Mark of Rohan under King Théoden in the years leading up to the War of the Ring (Wikipedia.com).
Bones becomes close friends with Éomund, therefore leading up to him and his wife, Théodwyn, welcoming him into their home.
For fourteen years Bones had been on Arda, and he is considered as part of Éomund’s family.
Their daughter of seven years of age, Éowyn, he has come to consider her as his little sister.
Bones is close with the family and he knows that they will start asking questions at some point.
When that time does come, they ask him about why he doesn’t seem to be aging much.
He was about to answer when suddenly he and Éomund were called to fight a band of Orcs near Emyn Muil. There, Éomund was killed (Wikipedia.com).
After, Éomer goes back to the family and tells them of the sad news.
It wasn’t long after that Théodwyn died of grief (Wikipedia.com).
For a short while Éomer looked after Éowyn. It made him think of his daughter back on Earth—how was she doing, he wondered.
It was at one point that Bones told Éowyn of who he really was and where he came from. She didn’t know what to think at first.
Very soon after she accepts him for who he is because “it doesn’t matter where he came from.” She loved him as a brother nonetheless.
When Bones realized he couldn’t do nothing more to support himself and Éowyn, they went to Théodwyn’s brother Théoden, the King and Lord of the Mark of Rohan.
Théoden took them in, and considered them both as if they were his own children (Wikipedia.com).
Éomer later becomes the third Marshal of the Mark, becoming a strong leader of Men (Wikipedia.com).
At that time Éomer meets Théoden’s son, Théodred. They too grow close and become like brothers (Wikipedia.com).
The events of the Lord of the Rings take place.
After the death of Théoden, Éomer is formally crowned as King of Rohan.
Éomer renewals the Oath of Eorl with Aragorn after the latter had been crowned King Elessar of the Reunited Kingdoms, swearing everlasting friendship between Rohan and Gondor (Wikipedia.com).
He became known as Éomer Éadig, or “the Blessed” (Wikipedia.com).
When it became suitable for the SSSIS to intervene and bring Bones back to Earth, they helped to fake his death, and take him without a trace.
As Bones was leaving the planet, he reminisced on all the things he witnessed and experienced while on the planet: he made friends; he fought; he even became a king!
This life was quite an adventure for him—like a story out of a book, brought to life.
Well, that’s the end of this post! I hope you liked these headcanons!
If you have a movie with Karl Urban in mind that I should do next, I’d love to hear it!
Thank you for your time in reading this post!
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