Monthly Archives: January 2017

Amid the Threats

King Kailen has arrived from Ul Dlida, laden with gifts. Now the truvidiren can relax for surely Kailen is here to demonstrate his acceptance of Kottir as King. Well, isn’t he . . . Read on The rites were held at … Continue reading

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Tipping a Wink at Whitlingham

While I have no intention of making this post a promotion of Whitlingham Country Park (I’m sure they’ve their own department devoted to it), I will agree that it makes an ideal destination for a family day out. Sailing, canoeing, … Continue reading

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Absent Kings

The Alsaldic Lands are greening again, recovering from Draksen’s long stay. That brings much joy—as do the weddings now being arranged, to be confirmed at the Feast of Trees. Though a certain one of those weddings displeases the brew-woman, the … Continue reading

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The Homecoming

At last, Zabul and his lord Kailen can return to Banva Go. But the Darkness has held sway while they’ve been away. So what might they find upon their return? . . . Read on We found a boat-master at … Continue reading

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One Mother-Fated Day

Kabul is trapped with his lord Kailen, held captive in East Isle by the Darkness of Draksen, and disgusted by the obscenities there commited in the name of their host’s mysterious idol, King Ithen. But nothing lasts forever . . … Continue reading

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The Light of the World

Kailen, Zabul and his men have arrived at King Burdamon’s Hold on their quest for a sword; King Burdamon, minion of the cruel Nritrik Ithen . . . Read on “Did you come by sea, all this way?” King Burdamon asked … Continue reading

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A Wet Woodland Walk

Or perhaps A Spurious Segue In January 1797 John Hetherington, a London haberdasher, was fined £50 for causing a public nuisance—he was wearing the very first top hat. In public! In February 1797 the very last invasion of Britain began. And … Continue reading

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