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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An Exploration of the Heraldic Achievements of Arms borne by the various Knights of the Round Table

An Exploration of the Heraldic Achievements of Arms borne by the various Knights of the Round Table – prepared by Dunamace Strongarm, Nord-Draco Herald-Pursuivant of Arms in Ordinary, Royal College of Heralds Librarian’s note: The text of this gathered information is readily available here. The intricate detail of the illuminations and reproductions of the arms may…

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Concerning the Queen’s Champion

Forgive us, sir. These documents were partially destroyed or missing. We have cobbled together the tale as best we could. Yours, In faith, D.S. … For it was true that the Champion had sworn to the Queen that he should love no other as long as he did live, for she was his Queen, and…

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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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Excerpt – The Art of Diplomancy by Addemar Fitzhoward

Though initially passed by in our initial search, this book was brought to our attention by a librarian, owing to the section within which focuses on Marital Alliances with Other Nations as a tool for diplomacy, giving examples of ages past – The Art of Diplomancy by Addemar Fitzhoward – “For peace reigned in Albion,…

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On Writing by Wagglestaff the Bard

The works of Londinium-based bard Wagglestaff are myriad, but amongst them are several which are inspired by the lives and deeds of the Kings and Queens of Albion. Amongst them is the play known as “Love & Duty” – which was, allegedly, inspired by the life and times of Matthew Pendragon, a Prince of Albion…

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The Pilgrimage of the Loyal

The Pilgrimage of the Loyal was the worst uprising in the Reign of the Council of Albion. It was a direct result of the decision of Chancellor Ravern’s successor that the search for the True Heir should be abandoned, a policy which confused and angered most Albiones. The original rebellion began at in Lincoln in…

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Excerpt – The Blood of Kings by Doctor Nicholas Weatherwax

In the library there is 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 those whose…

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Excerrpt – Historia Regum Pendraconiae by Godfrey of Lindisfarne

In several volumes, the lengthy Historia Regum Pendraconiae by Godfrey of Lindisfarne can be found in the library – an exceedingly long and meandering account of the lives of the Kings and Queens of the Pendragon Royal Line, this book is not as detailed as one might hope, talking in grand terms about the merits…

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