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9th Anniversary of the Round Table of Bretonnia
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The News - The Round Table News
Written by Guillaume le Courageux   
Friday, 17 October 2014

textedit_80.pngIt's that special time of the year again, let the celebrations begin! We're officially celebrating our ninth anniversary. Slowly, but steadily the Round Table is approaching its anniversary number 10! Hopefully, we will see a new army book much before that. Read the articles below for information about this year's competitions:

 

 

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So It Begins
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Literature - Anniversary Literature Competition 2013
Written by LORD ROTH   
Tuesday, 10 December 2013

 Winner of the 1st place in the 2013 Literature Competition

So It Begins.

 

 

Flickering lamplight cast it's meagre illumination throughout the interior of the humble room, creating rippling shadows that trembled across the yellowing walls. The oil in the brass clad lamp was near gone, forcing the wick to sputter and filled the small peasant hovel with the acrid stench of it's burning. The watcher however, paid it no heed. A part of him unconsciously knowing that somehow the guttering flame would last long enough for the passing to take place. 

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The Memoirs of Willem Malchanceux - Peasant Rebellion
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Literature - Anniversary Literature Competition 2013
Written by Edmund Droitcoeur   
Monday, 09 December 2013

 Winner of the 2nd place in the 2013 Literature Competition

The Memoirs of Willem Malchanceux - Peasant Rebellion


The seventh errantry war, declared three years ago, had been crumbling like the solitary statues found rearing out of the dunes. Nearly one-hundred autumns ago, Mathieu Droitcoeur had begun a foolish Errantry War following a winding path through the deserts of Khemri; the same path as the one his descendant Louis Droitcoeur intended to follow now, however Sir Mathieu had failed to return from his crusade and if not for the suckling babe left in his diminished chateau his proud lineage may have ended that day.

 

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Should I Falter
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Literature - Anniversary Literature Competition 2013
Written by Gastion le vaillant   
Tuesday, 03 December 2013
Well met, fellow Table members!  Herein lies my 2013 Anniversary Competition entry.  It somehow managed to be exactly 3,000 words.  Hope you all enjoy! 
 
 Winner of the 3rd place in the 2013 Literature Competition 
 
 Should I Falter 
 
Devastation spread throughout the former village, the charcoal ruins of its hovels groaning weakly in the howling chill of late autumn wind.  An early snow frosted the wilted grass and earthen streets, dappled with iced blood and the dismembered limbs of those who fought to save their homes.  The lord and his family were tied to a post in the village square, stripped, naked, their flesh carved with profane symbols from an unholy ritual.  The hoofed prints of beastmen ran rampant on the ground.
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Musings on…the priesthoods of Bretonnia, part 3: Priests of the Old World Gods during Unification
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Background - General Background
Written by The Musing Minstrel   
Sunday, 02 February 2014
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In the previous two articles I made a rough sketch of what Old World Gods the Bretonni believed in and more importantly how they believed in them. Now we're going to look at how the priests and devotees of these Gods reacted to the events of the Unification of Bretonnia. Let's start by first looking at what these events actually are.

 


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Server maintenance tomorrow (Sat. 21st)
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The News - The Round Table News
Written by Guillaume le Courageux   
Friday, 20 December 2013

textedit_80.pngThe server hosting the Round Table will undergo maintenance during the day (GMT time zone) on Saturday, 21st of December. As a result, the site may be temporarily read-only or completely inaccessible. Behind the scenes, I will transfer the Round Table to more powerful server hardware, which will result in faster response times overall. Thanks for donating and clicking our advertising banners, which enables this upgrade!

 

Update: The site was successfully transferred to the new server.

 

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