The Rituals for Dealing with Plague Demons

– Copied by Thomas Fitzroy Cholmondeley Smythe at the Convocation of Guilds, 1100. The destruction and elimination of the three great beasts. This is the advice of Angmar the Blackened and Morwenna Voidbreaker of the Royal House of Morllani, implement at your own risk. All three of the great beast share one great power that…

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The Documents of Stephen de Parkes

-From the archives of the Bards Guild, found with a body, possibly that of Stephen de Parkes, in the Great Library in Norhault on the twenty-sixth day of June 1099. The library, June 25, 1099 Master, I have continued with the research into the plague demons, elven treasures and associated issues. My research led me…

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Excerpt – The Blood of Kings by Doctor Nicholas Weatherwax

In the library there can be found a ponderous tome written in several volumes on the topic of the royal bloodline of Arthur’s House – though clearly some scholars attempt to curry favour with the monarch of the time, as there are lengthy passages describing the blood of kings to bestow grace and wisdom on…

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The Dangerous Book for Albione Ladies, Edited by Lady Caroline Bathroy

Editorial note: The full text of this publication is recreated here, but ladies with a particularly great interest in these writings may prefer to peruse an original copy wherein much attention has been given to typesetting and illustration. A copy for those of a more discerning nature may be found here. Foreword It has been…

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Etiquette and Terms of Address at the Court of Albion from the time of Her Majesty Queen Elspeth Pendragon with updates to include the current Court of Her Majesty Queen Eloise Hunter

Ranks and Files The ordinary ranking of Noble Albion with additional notes on The Courts is as follows: Men Women Arch Duke Arch Duchess Member of The Royal Court Duke Duchess Member of The Royal Court Earl Countess Member of The Court Baron Baroness Member of The Court Knight Lady Member of The Court Titles…

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The Last Fell King

A tale of Dunmail, the Last Fell King – as set down by Wyndrake Winterheart, of the Noble House of Winterheart, Duke of Keswick and Lord of the FellsKing Dunmail, the Last Fell King It is not certain, the exact way in which Dunmail Winterheart, the last of the Fell Kings, died, but through poems…

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Notes on Architecture

Architecture allows us to honour and remember; be it a person, school of thought, or principle. When the bodies of the fallen are burnt we also destroy that which remains of them upon the world. Each body deserves the right to a tomb to serve as a memorial that will allow them to be remembered…

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Ancestors and Unliving

Why is it that all Ancestors, regardless of alignment or the people of the factions that worship them, all get dismiss unliving? why is it that ‘evil’ ancestors bestow upon their worshippers the ability to dismiss the unliving? Surely they like unliving? To address this question you must first look at why the Ancestors have…

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Ksarul worship in House Corvidae

Although members of the household are free to pursue their own religious beliefs, there is one faith that is traditionally followed by those with sorcerous aptitude; that of Ksarul, Lord of the Dormoron Plain.One of the many titles given to Prince Ksarul, the Doomed Prince, gives perhaps the best indication of his status. The history…

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Cai Iolair – wisdom and philosophy

Cai Iolair wisdom and philosophy collected by Leri Penhaligon “I have always been confused by this notion that good is only a battle against evil and therefore is in some way dependent upon it. Goodness is a way of being. Perhaps evil is that which is not good – but you do not have to…

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