Category Archives: Toli’s Tall Tales

Mauror the Scorerer

(Or should that be Mauror the Mouse?) Hey, Toli Tall Tales here with another fine tale. Not borrowed, this, from my neighbours or from my liege lord’s many-tongued men. Ney, this is a story my forefathers brought with them from … Continue reading

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Toli’s Tale Of The Ten Suns

Crimson’s note As editor of Toli’s Tall Tales, it’s my custom to tag any comment or reference to the back of the tale. Yet here I add it as a preface. Toli claims he had this story off the Witch … Continue reading

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Old Ma Holla

Hey there! Toli here with another tall tale – though you might say this one is deep. So sit yourself down and take up a jug, and let me transport you to the ancient Burgundian kingdom of Wörms. Old Ma … Continue reading

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A Way To Die

Ho and hie! That Crimson’s away. Head wedged into an historical tome, She’s left me alone. Now Tall Tale Toli can say as I will. What I will is to tell you this tale. See, my grandma always used to … Continue reading

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The High-Headed King

Hey, Toli here with another of Toli’s Tall Tales. But first, Crimson says I’ve to apologise for taking so long. See, what might seem like procrastination was me being lost in double indecision. The one was mine: which of the … Continue reading

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Toli’s Tall Tales: The Boy In The Boat

Hey, Toli here, to tell you another tall tale. But being tall doesn’t mean it’s not true. See, it has to be true else we Angles, those soft southern Saxons, and even the long-bearded Lombards, we’d all be liars. And … Continue reading

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Toli’s Tall Tales 4: Feud’s End

Hey! Toli here, teller of the tallest tales. And, my sparks, have I the height of tales for you. Though a little bit long, it is true. See, it was told to me by Cumhal, an Hibernian knight in my … Continue reading

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