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The 11th Anniversary Awards Ceremony!
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The News - The Round Table News
Written by Uther Di Asturien   
Friday, 09 March 2018
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*Trumpets blare* 

Sir Uther rises to address the Knights and Ladies gathered in the great hall

The Staff at the Round Table always endeavours to full-fill our tasks to the best of our abilities. To that end, your patience as members of this most special of keeps is greatly appreciated! We would never be able to continue our maintenance of these halls without such an amazing community as yourselves. 

As such, we are currently making efforts to clear quite a considerable backlog of article submissions and other various works. The first item on that list, is to award some very special knights among us for their excellent submissions for our Anniversary celebrations at the end of 2016! 

Sir Guillaume rises beside Uther, producing a scroll from which he begins to read in a booming voice

For the Golden Brush, we had three most excellent pieces whose authors we hope to receive many more such entertaining tales from! 
Firstly, and in 3rd place for our 11th Anniversary competition, Sir Jean Dragoncoeur for The Introduction, a gripping lore of a son of Bastonne! Step forth! In second place, we ask you, Red Cross Knight, to step forward and receive your just dues for Forged Anew, a tale of madness in war! And finally, for a most superb of literary pieces, we would ask you, Sir Musing Minstrel, to step forward and be awarded with 1st place for your Survival of Civilization, a window into difficult choices at the most difficult of times.

A great roar of applause rose from the assembled knights and ladies before Sir Guillaume lifted his hand and the applause was silenced

For the Golden Palette, we had not three, but two participants, and for their excellent pieces and devotion to the Roundtable, we have awarded them both with equal standing in our Anniversary celebration award! Sir Jean Dragoncoeur! Lord Etien De Rochefort! Step forward and receive your most justly deserved reward! 

The hall erupts into applause once more as both knights kneel before Guillaume, receiving their medals

May you all continue your glorious service in the name of our Lady of Bretonnia, and in the name of our Round Table!
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Spring 2018 Awards Ceremony!
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Written by Uther Di Asturien   
Sunday, 25 February 2018
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*Trumpets blare* 

Silence suddenly permeates the great hall as Sir Uther Di Asturien, flanked by Sir Guillaume le Courageux and all the other great knights of the Round Table, begins to address the assembly of Knights and Ladies present

The Round Table continues its work in the name of the Lady! Even as so many of our brave Sirs and Ladies go on questing adventures, those of you who have given us your service also deserve some reward of your own. To that end, we have combed through the records of the past two years to identify those most deserving of an award of recognition! 

Sir Uther signals to a squire who brings forth a long scroll

And yet, before we do so, we would also be honored to recognize the service of one among you, who has demonstrated his valour, honor and integrity beyond question, and to reward him with a seat at our table. Sir TertiusSir Jon Lackpenny! Step forth!

Both men step forward from a group of assembled knights, kneeling in front of Sir Guillaume, whose voice booms throughout the halls

With this Order of the Silver Dragon, we hereby nominate you, Sir Tertius, to continue your valued work, not as as our most prized hand of duty, but instead as our equal! Rise as the Round Table's newest Administrator! And you Sir Jon Lackpenny may rise once more. Not merely a knight, but as a Guardian of the Round Table of Bretonnia, its newest Sheriff

A great roar of applause erupts from the gathered assembly, before silence slowly emerges as Sir Uther begins to read out the scroll of honored Knights and Ladies, punctuated by applause as each name is individually read out

Sir Warden, for his original Lustrian Bretonnians, Sir Halleck for impressive work in modelling and conversions, Sir Wind_Sower, for beautiful Army Journal works, Sir TvetovNato, for his excellent Honour and Duty Army Journal, Sir toison.d.or for his superb L'Ost de Bourgoigne and MrChaos for work on Thy Big Bretonnian thread. You have all been deemed most worthy of the Order of the Purple Brush in Silver!

Duc de Gisoreux, for your glorious Age of Sigmar reports, and Sir 51MONSTER2 for excellent Battle Reports of your own, you have both earned a place in the Order of the Tactician in Silver!

Sir Nicodemus, for your Tales of a Lost Home, Sir rrw360, for your Tale of Sir Agonold, and Sir_Jack for your superb Terror at Taalhof, you will each receive a place within the Order of the Storytellers in Silver!

And finally Sir Tertius and Sir Jon Lackpenny! For your insightful contributions to various discussions  within our halls, you have both been deemed most worthy of a place within the Order of the Scribe!  

May you all continue the Lady's work, and bring even greater glory and honour to our halls!

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The Survival of Civilization
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Literature - Anniversary Literature Competition 2016
Written by The Musing Minstrel   
Monday, 21 November 2016
Winner of the 11th Anniversary Literature Competition 
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The 2016 Anniversary Celebrations
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Written by Guillaume le Courageux   
Monday, 10 October 2016

It's that special time of the year again - the days are getting shorter and we're celebrating! As part of our eleventh anniversary, which also coincides with the twentieth anniversary of Bretonnia's introduction to Warhammer, the Round Table will host three new competitions: very short short stories, conversions, and map making. Members may enter one, two, or all three contests. In all competitions, participants have until the end of November 2016 (12:01AM GMT December 1st) to upload their entries.

 

  • Story submissions will need to be uploaded to the "Literature" section. Choose
    "Anniversary Literature Competition 2016" in the category. You can find the rules at the end of this article.

  • "Make something new, never seen before the End of the Olde Worlde, yet obviously Bretonnian." Conversion photos will need to be uploaded to the Anniversary Painting Competition category of the gallery. Upload up to three pictures of your unique conversion work.It is mandatory to have at least one unpainted picture to assess your conversion skill. One picture may be painted, but we won't judge your painting quality.

  • "Draw out a sketch of your new demense, stronghold, hideout, wherever your Army or Warband ended up after the end of the world". Maps will need to be uploaded to the Anniversary Painting Competition category as well. 



(NB:
1..If you haven't submitted a story yet, you should ask Guillaume le Courageux or Uther Di Asturien for the clearance to be able to post new articles.
2..Deadline is one minute after midnite.)

 

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Chapter 1: The Lady Calls
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Literature - The End of a Kingdom
Written by Nicodemus   
Tuesday, 26 April 2016


books.pngHe was dreaming, of that Nicodemus was sure. 

He floated through a black abyss that threatened to overwhelm him in its inky embrace. Yet he did not despair, he was a knight of Bretonnia! He had tasted the waters that flowed from the blessed cup of his Lady! He knew no fear in the yawning hole of the darkness around him, instead he patiently waited upon his Goddess’s leisure for she had spoken to him thusly on various occasions throughout his life. Although, if he had been completely honest with himself, he would have admitted that each time was just as unnerving as the previous time. 

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A Winter's Tale
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Literature - Anniversary Literature Competition 2015
Written by The Red Cross Knight   
Friday, 20 November 2015

Joint winner of the 2015 Literature Competition

"For whatsoever from one place doth fall,

Is with the tide unto an other brought:

For there is nothing lost, that may be found, if sought."

- Edmund Spenser, The Faerie Queene 

 

"I do feel it gone,

But know not how it went."

- William Shakespeare, The Winter's Tale 

 

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