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The Reapers

The July oaks look Augusty;
The Golden Trout are dying;
We couldn’t do more damage
If we’d actually been trying

In January broccoli bolts;
In May the garden’s dried; 193 more words

Talon Series #3: Knight Assassin Continues The Series With A Unification Of French And Assassin Skills

This is my second post in the “James Boschert’s Talon Series”. To read my other posts so far, more information on the other books, and upcoming posts in the series, please visit my “ 705 more words


Back to Feudalistic Values

About ten years ago I read a book of the feudalistic middle-ages in Europe for a university exam, which I failed. Nevertheless I remember the book saying that in the middle-ages society emphasized verbal agreements and oaths between people, especially between lord and vassal. 583 more words



The Trenčín Castle  is a castle above the town of Trenčín in western Slovakia.

History of the castle goes back to the age of the Roman Empire, testified by the inscription telling about the victory of the II. 201 more words



Rochester Castle stands on the east bank of the River Medway in Rochester, Kent, South East England. The 12th-century keep or stone tower, which is the castle’s most prominent feature, is one of the best preserved in England or France. 266 more words