The story of William Tell is so much more than an arrow and an apple. It's the story of a reluctant hero, a tyrannical ruler, and why you shouldn't let your prisoners drive the vehicle you're using to take them to prison.
The creature this week is the cockatrice, and if you see a frog keeping eggs warm, that is just a completely normal and ok thing that won't end up destroying you and everyone you love.
"Cicle Clavis Textile" by Blue Dot Sessions
"In Paler Skies" by Blue Dot Sessions
"Gullwing Sailor" Blue Dot Sessions
"KeoKeo" by Blue Dot Sessions
"The Caspian Sea" by Blue Dot Sessions
"Vik Fenceta" by Blue Dot Sessions
"Waltz for Zacaria" by Blue Dot Sessions
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Hi! I really enjoyed this episode because I teach Western Civ II, and we talk about the Hapsburgs and the revolt in Switzerland. Quick question–was it a crossbow bolt, by any chance? Just trying to remember what we called it in D and D, lol! Thanks again!