This goes to a musician who mixes the old with the new.
Assuming, of course, that I have enough social leverage to make dramatic decisions at Ubisoft.
Although the video was posted a month ago, it deserves a response.
In this review, the world of the Targaryens is historicized by one Archmaester Gyldayn.
“Heaven shall hear our prayers; lest our sighs will breathe the welkin dim and stain the sun with fog.” – Titus Andronicus
Perhaps the blowing of the war-horn is a call to save the world?
Written by the forgotten Tolkien
These figures can forge for everyone a great story.
Even the greatest writers make mistakes.
The edition I ordered was a used book with a lot of writings in it and dog-eared pages. Upon finishing the book, I can definitely understand why. There is a […]
If Shakespeare can be translated into fictional languages, why not real-world endangered languages?
It [the letter] gave me the notion of an exotic Immensity ruled by an august Benevolence. It made me tingle with enthusiasm. This was the unbounded power of eloquence—of words—of burning noble words.” – Joseph Conrad, “Heart of Darkness”
Beneath these weathered editions is a timeless element.
The foundations of Tolkienian fantasy.
The fantasy genre as we know it would transcend cultures.
Perhaps there is reason behind many writers’ hajj to this picturesque Pennsylvania river.