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Range Day With the "RECCE"

Today i decided to mix things up by hitting the range with Ascalon, my “RECCE” rifle. In a way, this is a throwback to when I first started this marksmanship journey. 975 more words


Throwback Thursday: Gwen's Grave

All the iris flowers are dead. Soon, the charr will follow.
– Gwen

Gwen was a young, carefree girl at the age of ten when the Searing shattered her idyllic life forever.

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04 Ascalon

Ascalon, painted in black and white, is designed to appear like the flint stone walls of the building it sat beside, the Guildhall, which dates from the early 1400s.  86 more words

Today in Middle East history: the Battle of Ascalon (1099)

The Battle of Ascalon is worth noting mostly insofar as it’s recognized as the “end” of the First Crusade. Of course, most Crusades historians nowadays will probably tell you that numbering the Crusades makes little sense (the flow of European soldiers to the east was not nearly that organized) and actually obscures the fact that the Crusader states along the eastern Mediterranean coast were a continuous presence there for almost two centuries, quite apart from the various calls for Crusade that went on in Europe. 597 more words


Blazing the trail

Morzn The Forswarn, who has been blazing the trail to see what lies ahead, found himself in Yaks Bend of the Shiverpeak Mountains.

This breathtaking land is populated by disgruntled dwarves and ice elementals. 80 more words

So it begins...

Late last evening Improbable Girl and I (Morpheus O) left pre-scarred Ascalon and founded our clan: Riddle of the Myomancy Protocol. Now that we had formed this… 37 more words

The Ancient City of Ascalon

According to Lydian legend the founder of Ascalon was Askalos, the son of Hymenaios. Ascalon or Ashkelon has it´s better known today is one of the oldest cities in the world and situated close to Gaza on the northern Israeli coast. 125 more words