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  • Glimpses of memory

    [[File:576274 | class=media-item-align-none | summer_winter.png]] Gamond paced a well-worn pattern, round and round and back and forth. Ludwell felt like a prison. He hated winter. Hated the way snow weighed everything down, muffled sound, made cells …

  • The mysterious oil lamp

    [[File:603640 | class=media-item-align-none | fire]] Early autumn wreathed [[Castle Vagon | Vagon]] castle in fog. [[:gammond | Gamond]] stood the wall, staring into the obiquitous midnight murk. Sleep had, as was often the case, been rudely …

  • New bloom

    [[File:607628 | class=media-item-align-none | New bloom]] Late autumn lay like a wet grey woollen blanket over hillfort hundred and Ludwell. Being home was awkward somehow, each year the presence of his father and the Anarawd legacy faded a little …

  • Hate and Love

    [[File:607633 | class=media-item-align-none | Hate and Love]] Winter wasn’t so bad. Not with Anwyn in Ludwell village. He’d spent his first day back at her caretakers house, she had laughed, said her name meant “Very fair” and called her parents liars …

  • The Wolf and the Giant

    [[File:615049 | class=media-item-align-center | Battle_forest.png]] _‘’ Bledri! Bledri! Bledri!’’_ The chanting echoed through the thick forest and in the quiet darkness the twenty men sounded louder than an army. Camp had been struck a few miles from …

  • A winter and a Day

    [[File:620867 | class=media-item-align-none | A winter and a Day]] Meneri cried all the time. Whenever he saw her, her eyes filled with water and her lower lip trembled. Her crying turned her scars an ugly inflamed red. He didn’t know what to do. Did …

  • Heart and Family

    [[File:625131 | class=media-item-align-none | Heart and Family]] Bern, Gamonds new young squire, misjudged a parry and barely caught Anwyns downstroke on his shield. “KICK!” Gamond barked, and Anwyn delivered. Berns’s shield shook under the impact …

  • Maddening Dreams [WIP]

    [[File:647150 | class=media-item-align-none | Maddening Dreams]] [[:maelgwyn | I’ve]] been running for so long in the winding caves and corridors that they all look the same. Every wall seems alike, every archway familiar and every damned cave a …

  • Family and quarrels

    [[File:647152 | class=media-item-align-none | Family and quarrels]] Autumn had begun to shorten the days and temper the heat of late summer. Gamond sat in his fathers’ old ornate chair, watching the group of elders gathered in his hall. They were many …

  • Peace

    [[File:647154 | class=media-item-align-none | Peace]] Early autumn was often beautiful in hillfort. Rolling hills and trees that walled the hundred to three sides, ever present in copses, small outlier forests and scattered in singles throughout the …

  • The Fall

    [[File:661850 | class=media-item-align-none | The Fall]] h5. [Warning for sensitive readers] The orchard stood in full bloom, grown to overflow the crest of the immense hill southwest of Ludwell. The red, pink and white silhouette was visible for …

  • Atonement

    [[File:662076 | class=media-item-align-none | Atonement]] _Excerpts from the diaries of brother Mellard of Amesbury Abbey, circa 490 - Some parts reconstructed_ Our visitor returned this autumn, taking up the cell next to mine. A lord of great …

  • The architect and the cook

    [[File:678181 | class=media-item-align-none | The_roman_villa.png]] It wasn’t until first frost that [[:melkin | Melkin]] finally managed to recover from [[Sick with madness | the sickness and madnes]]s that had haunted him throughout the fall. The …

  • A record of Gamond, father of Cyn

    [[File:688929 | class=media-item-align-none | A record of Gamond, father of Cyn]] _To Cyn ap Gamond, as spoken by your father and recorded by his humble tutor. Lord Ludwell has asked that this record remain sealed until his son, Cyn, has taken up his …

  • A fools errand

    [[File:688930 | class=media-item-align-none | A fools errand]] The homestead lay nestled into the side of the hill opposite, a vague outline in the early morning light. Everything was wet. Wet and grey, and had been for the past two months. Winter was …

  • The Crow and the Raven

    [[File:688939 | class=media-item-align-none | raven]] Down below, upon meadow and hill, wood, fen and marsh, the Saxon came. Beneath their feet, the land writhed. He smashed into them, charger snorting and kicking. Turning a spear thrust on his shield …

  • The last words

    [[File:696464 | class=media-item-align-none | Last words]] Berth stood in the long hall, it was quiet, unusually so. Most of the household had gone to Sarum to retrieve the body of Lord Ludwell, and had now been spotted returning. They would be here …

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