A Song of Light & Darkness

(Also known as “The Lament of Brother Paul”) In the days following Aries defection to the darkness of Erebus, a great tempest of shadow and demonic creatures erupted from the darkness below the waves and began to consume the island of Gallow. Cygnus– already banished due to his forbidden love of the priestess Cassiopeia despite…

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Concerning the Preferred Teas of several Knights of the Round Table

Concerning the Preferred Teas of several Knights of the Round Table – Letter from Dunamace Strongarm of Eaton, Nord-Draco Herald-Pursuivant of Arms in Ordinary, Royal College of Heralds Lord Echo, I confess this is one of the stranger topics of research I have been asked to consult upon. The heraldic aspect, I very much understand….

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Arthur’s Quests

Prologue It was during the gap between the first and second ages of Camelot, that shining beacon of Albion, based in Glastonbury Tor, in Cornwall, that Arthur came to make his quest into the mists and assault the city of Arcadia… By this time, my liege was a bitter, cynical man, who had expended much…

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The Hooded Man – a vision of the Greenwood – as foreseen by a humble adherent to the Trinity

There is much peace in a wood, though it be far from silent. The forests have life of their own, and much life dwells ‘neath the boughs of the Greenwood trees of oak and ash and thorn. What peace may once have been found was of late shattered by the wounded cries of the fleeing…

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An Excerpt of Historia Regum Pendraconiae by Godfrey of Lindisfarne

Thus it fell to the King to relinquish the child unto the Merlyn, in recompense for the great magicks of the Dragon that the Merlyn had summoned to bring Uther to victory. And so to this tale shall we briefly turn. The Merlyn devised thusly – that he should bring the child unto the House…

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The Tale of King Eveling’s Rath

The Hardknott Pass, through the Keswick Fells, on the old King’s road, goes from Ravenglass to Ambleside. It is a steep and narrow pathway, with many a bend and twist on its way, winding through the deeper vales between the fells. Overlooking the pass, on a steep and sheer cliff, sits the ruins of an…

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An Excerpt of “Kernow bys Vyken: a History of Cornwall” written by Alfred Trelawney, discovered in the Halls of Pendrinn, Yuletide 1118

An Excerpt of “Kernow bys Vyken: a History of Cornwall” written by Alfred Trelawney, discovered in the Halls of Pendrinn, Yuletide 1118 Of Marcus Connomorus, the Hound of the Sea, many tales are told of how he warred with the Sundered Isles for control of the Seas. Of Geraint Gorlois we know many stories. Of…

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For Depravo

A sad, sad thing have I to sing, About an empty grave, O, For I fear none know where he’s gone, The rat they called Depravo. He grew up quick, learned many tricks Before he learned to shave, O, And Karl his dad was glad he had The son he called Depravo. Sometimes it’s true,…

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Steiner, Bloke of the Realm

by Cassius Gaius Merridius Caravanicus Pricum Steinar, Bloke of the realm He’s covered in hair so he don’t need a helm He’s got big teeth, he’s got big feet and part of his ritual was drinking from the teat HEY Steinar, he’s covered in scars He jumps on to swords ’cause they do him no harm…

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A tale of Long Meg

A tale of Long Meg, the Witch Queen of Salkeld, and Her Daughters – as set down by Wyndrake Winterheart, of the Noble House of Winterheart, Duke of Keswick and Lord of the Fells Near the village of Little Salkeld stands the stone circle that comprises the ancient monument called Long Meg and Her Daughters….

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