Things get weird this week. The knights continue their quests through the Country of Strange Adventure, and the side-quests becomes the main quest as the knights get involved with:
- Bad breakups
- Dragons eating dogs eating stags
- Death choirs
- Elderly women looking for a good time
- Church decorations
- Way too much more
Also, were you wondering what happened to Arthur's incestuous offspring, Mordred? Neither was anyone else! But he's back just in time for something horrible to happen.
The creature this time is the cuero, a nice looking blanket to keep sand off you on the beach and also maybe your skin as well.
"Lick Stick" by Blue Dot Sessions
"Dark Water" by Podington Bear
"Nocturne Op 27 No 1" by Podington Bear
"Rain on Glass" by Podington Bear
"Pxl Cray" by Blue Dot Sessions
"Plataz" by Blue Dot Sessions
"Vik Fence Lardha" by Blue Dot Sessions
"Bivly" by Blue Dot Sessions
"Mad Scientist" by Fog Lake
"Connect the Dots" by Statusq
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Not a lot, but there's some light sex talk (just people laying around naked and such, nothing graphic), some relatively violent murder, and that's about it.
Henry Bolingbroke, Earl of Derby, son of the most powerful magnate in England, was a golden child blessed with every advantage. While Richard tried to get his royal feet under the throne, Bolingbroke left the wife to bring up the children and headed out to fulfil the image of the perfect medieval knight 127 A Model of Chivalry The Tournament at St Inglevert In a fever of excitement, Henry and many famous companions Thomas Mowbray among them travelled to Calais and thence to St Inglevert. There 3 French knights Boucicaut, Jean de Saimpy, and Reginald de Roye held the field against all comers. After they fought they ate, drank, danced and celebrated. For the original text, and a slightly nerdy analysis of he action, you can follow this link to Tales from Froissart. The Baltic Crusades The Baltic Crusades are of course far less well known than those of the Holy Land, but by the 14th century they were the only remaining crusades where Christian actually fought non-Christian. They lacked the glamour in many ways being cold and wet was one notable feature. But Henry Bolingbroke went twice, though the second time, to his horror he found every one was living in peace. And so he travelled to the Holy Land as a pilgrim via Preague, Vienna and Venice
We’re still listening! There was a lack of comments, and I wanted to give my thanks to you, for not only relaying these stories to my family and I, but for relaxing and distracting me from my insomnia.
You’re the tops!