1) Murne (adj.) – Sorrowful. Ther lete we hem sojurne, And speke we of chaunces hard and /murne/. – Arthour and Merlin Pronunciation: /murn@/ 2) Caboche (v.) – To bend. There nedeth no more but to /caboche/ his heed, alle the over jawes stylle thereon, and the labelles forsayd. – MS. Bodl. 546 Pronunciation: /kAbOtS@/ […]
Today Is International Talk Like a Pirate Day. Go Put On your Beat Pirate Outfit and Talk and Walk like a Pirate all Day.
Tabards in the SCA are used to distinguish baronies, households, kingdoms; just about any level there is involved in the SCA. Whether recognized or not. They can be long or short depending how what the person desires. Design wise they can be elaborate or basic depending on a few things. If you are just part […]
1) Setille (n.) – Seat. Apon the /setyl/ of hys majeste That day sal alle men before hym be. – Hampole, MS. Bowes Pronunciation: /sEtil/ 2) Chinch (n.) – A miser. Every avowter or unclene man that is a glotun or /chynche/ schal never have erytage in the rewme of Cryst. – Wimbelton’s Sermon, 1388, […]
As a fantasy writer you get ideas from everywhere and no where all at the same time. Some days a ton of ideas hit you and you just go with one or two or them. Other days nothing comes and you just go with what you have already or don’t worry about it. You can […]
This past weekend was another local event. In our kingdom local is defined as anything that is within an hour and half drive, at least for the “peasants”. Royalty is supposed to make as many events as possible. Depending on where they live this can be difficult with mundane lives and how far some events […]
“What do you think Blaze? Should we worry about them coming back?” Eva asked her. “No they were only here because of the black dragon.” “What about the hobgoblin?” Elter wrinkled his nose as a slight breeze picked up carrying the terrible scent of the creature to them. Eva wrinkled her nose in disgust and […]