• Daniel Barker posted a new activity comment 3 years, 4 months ago

    Aeron attests that he did not tilt with Pellinore. Your humble narrator apologises for the error.

  • 512 a.d.

    Arthur held Court in Silchester, not far from Salisbury. So Earl Robert and his men saw fit to spend time learning of Chivalry at his table. Aeron waxed lyrically upon it, but Rhodric couldn’t see why knights should not be Proud. Someone said that if it stopped him wittering on of his victory over King Mark of Cornwall humility was a…[Read more]

  • 512 a.d.

    Arthur held Court in Silchester, not far from Salisbury. So Earl Robert and his men saw fit to spend time learning of Chivalry at his table. Aeron waxed lyrically upon it, but Rhodric couldn’t see why knights should not be Proud. Someone said that if it stopped him wittering on of his victory over King Mark of Cornwall humility was a…[Read more]

  • 511 a.d. – Cont.

    As Winter made way for Spring, Arthur caused some consternation by demanding that his vassals set themselves to building works. Many felt this was not the time, and he should press his advantage against the North. Some thought he missed the real danger; the Saxon hordes to the South. While the level-headed knights (and the…[Read more]

  • 511 a.d. – Cont.

    As Winter made way for Spring, Arthur caused some consternation by demanding that his vassals set themselves to building works. Many felt this was not the time, and he should press his advantage against the North. Some thought he missed the real danger; the Saxon hordes to the South. While the level-headed knights (and the…[Read more]

  • Thx mvirks for the kind words. it helps to have a bunch of very silly players.

  • 511 a.d.
    In contrast to last year, this year hinged mainly on diplomacy. The party found itself back in Carlion, at the Court of the King. Gwyndwr, a changed man after his near death experience, decided to step up his wooing of the Lady Gisele. Gisele, the daughter of the Duke of Lindsey, had come to his attention at the Great Tourney in London,…[Read more]

  • 511 a.d.
    In contrast to last year, this year hinged mainly on diplomacy. The party found itself back in Carlion, at the Court of the King. Gwyndwr, a changed man after his near death experience, decided to step up his wooing of the Lady Gisele. Gisele, the daughter of the Duke of Lindsey, had come to his attention at the Great Tourney in London,…[Read more]

  • 511 a.d.
    In contrast to last year, this year hinged mainly on diplomacy. The party found itself back in Carlion, at the Court of the King. Gwyndwr, a changed man after his near death experience, decided to step up his wooing of the Lady Gisele. Gisele, the daughter of the Duke of Lindsey, had come to his attention at the Great Tourney in London,…[Read more]

  • 511 a.d.
    In contrast to last year, this year hinged mainly on diplomacy. The party found itself back in Carlion, at the Court of the King. Gwyndwr, a changed man after his near death experience, decided to step up his wooing of the Lady Gisele. Gisele, the daughter of the Duke of Lindsey, had come to his attention at the Great Tourney in London,…[Read more]

  • 510 a.d.
    New Year
    After Roberts‘ Knighting and Investiture as Earl of Salisbury in 509 (and the Knighting of several of the PCs), he decided to attend the Grand Tourney in London, where many Lords and Minor Kings would vie in a mock battle. Whoever won would be crowned High King of Logres. Robert believed they could use the Tourney as a means to…[Read more]

  • 510 a.d.
    New Year
    After Roberts‘ Knighting and Investiture as Earl of Salisbury in 509 (and the Knighting of several of the PCs), he decided to attend the Grand Tourney in London, where many Lords and Minor Kings would vie in a mock battle. Whoever won would be crowned High King of Logres. Robert believed they could use the Tourney as a means to…[Read more]

  • 510 a.d.
    New Year
    After Roberts‘ Knighting and Investiture as Earl of Salisbury in 509 (and the Knighting of several of the PCs), he decided to attend the Grand Tourney in London, where many Lords and Minor Kings would vie in a mock battle. Whoever won would be crowned High King of Logres. Robert believed they could use the Tourney as a means to…[Read more]

  • The Characters

    Earl Robert of Salisbury, born 489
    Aeron of Laverstock (Joe) born 469
    Edward “the Changeling” of Cholderton (Gwen) born 505 (age appears to be 23)
    Galen of Pitton (Simon B) born 482
    Gwyndwr “the Reckless” of Tisbury (Glyn) born 488
    Marcus Argentus of Winterbourne Gunnet (Wayne) born 479
    Rhodric “the Gob” of Woodford (Simon M) born…
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  • Daniel Barker became a registered member 3 years, 4 months ago

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