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The Music of Bretonnia
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Background - General Background
Written by Gastion le vaillant   
Monday, 21 March 2011

Greetings Round Table Members, 

As a music teacher and performer, I am always curious and speculative in regards to the music of fantastical nations and races.  In November, 2010, I posted a contemplative discussion thread in the Great Hall about music in Bretonnia and invited the members of the Round Table to contribute their ideas.  Below is a reworking of my original post that includes:

I: An expanded summary of Medieval (and some Renaissance) music

II: Lists of instruments heard in period-accurate performances

 III: My expanded musings on the state of Bretonnian secular and sacred music

 IV: A large, updated list of musical clips to inspirational Bretonnian-esque pieces (some of which are period, some of which are significantly more modern)

 V: Credited user contributions from the Great Hall topic thread.

Please enjoy!

~Gastion le vaillant

Last Updated ( Thursday, 24 March 2011 )
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The News - The Round Table News
Written by Guillaume le Courageux   
Monday, 03 January 2011

textedit_80.pngExciting times at the Round Table! Just after our 5th anniversary and moving to a newer and faster server, the 4000th knight signed up at the Round Table of Bretonnia. Welcome, billy67 (Brendon)! Brendon is from Perth, Australia and started playing Bretonnia six years ago,

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Written by Guillaume le Courageux   
Thursday, 30 December 2010

textedit_80.pngThe Round Table of Bretonnia will be moved to a new and more powerful server around January 1st, 2011. During the transition the forum may be switched offline. Due to the move, the site may be inaccessible up until January 2nd.


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How the Druchii Stole King's Sleep
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Literature - Tales of Roiglan
Written by Gisoreux de Ponthieu   
Friday, 24 December 2010


t this most hallowed day we hide indoors from the long night. We shelter from the sinister shadows that rule the darkness. Slow hours pass as the demons of our world dance freely on the plains. Unchecked they rule their greatest friend, the night. The pitch black makes them grow bold as they venture from their hiding. No wise men witness their passing and none know their deeds. One might even believe they are not here safe for their devilish prints on virgin snow the next morrow: gone as twilight breaks the curse. The night belongs to the tainted ones, young ones, and their frigid worlds. The cold seems to seep through every crack this night, both here as inyour heart. But let piety warm you. Believe in Her and Her divine servants. Know that they -as the trees- slumber but can be woken by faith. 

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Literature - Anniversary Literature Competition 2010
Written by Harolde Bartholemew de Raconter   
Friday, 05 November 2010

Winner of the Gold for the 2010 Anniversary Literature Competition  


    ~ snap ~

   A tiny orb of light poked through the dark ooze of evening. It made him nervous – very nervous.

   “Maggot-breath!” he hissed, “Your carelessness will see both our heads skewered by Bretonni lances before we’ve even begun!”  Another snap of fingers and the light was extinguished.

    The brief glow had illuminated the head of his smaller companion, its grotesque face a near equal to its fetid stink. Again, as it had so many times before, the real risk of betrayal loomed heavy in his thoughts.
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Full Circle
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Literature - Anniversary Literature Competition 2010
Written by Sir Guy des Bontemps   
Monday, 11 October 2010

Winner of the Silver for the 2010 Anniversary Literature Competition  

Here's my entry for this year's Anniversary Literature Competition.

I see I may be the first to submit a piece, which may or may not be a good place to be in the queue.

However, I hope you enjoy the story, which is exactly 3,000 words long and features some regional dialectic dialogue that I hope you are able to follow (just think of Antonio Banderas as Puss in Boots in Shrek ...)

Sir Guy des Bontemps (aka Geoff Buss)



Last Updated ( Wednesday, 15 December 2010 )
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