Stokesay Castle, constructed at the end of the 13th century, boasts a Great Hall "unchanged for 700 years." Hopefully it is cleaner, but that is none of my affair. Stokesay Castle is in Shropshire, near the Welsh border. (@whatstacydid IG)
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Mountaineer's axe with heart-shaped holes and bronze reinforced shaft. Japan, Muromachi period, 14th century.
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"The Dance of Rats" by Ferdinand van Kessel (1690)
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The beautiful Lichtenstein Castle by Ioan Roman
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Heya any recs for IFs with an oldy medieval vibe sort of thing. Like with monarchies and swords n stuff. I'm not sure how to word it, sorry 😅
Hello! Here’s what we’ve got for you! Some of these games may not necessarily be set in a medieval period but do have monarchies and/or swords involved in the game!
If anyone has further suggestions, please feel free to leave a reply and we’ll add it to the list!
Love the Guard, Be the King by ligiawrites
More Things In Heaven and Earth by morethingsgame
Guenevere by newarcana
The Heir’s Quest by thqwriting
Up & Coming (no demo yet!)
Sacrificial Soul by honeybeegames
The King’s Hound (18+) by the-kingshound
The King’s Physician by fiddles-ifs
The Starless Throne by illonius-if
Valley of Kings by valleyofkings-if
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THE legend of Lady Godiva is based on real events, according to a startling new discovery — but the facts were distorted right from the start, during the heroine’s lifetime. Several months ago, a student found a medieval manuscript in a cellar beneath Queens’ College, Cambridge.
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When I met you, flowers started growing in the darkest parts of my mind.
I'll protect you, for the rest of my life.
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Last minute nursery rhyme learning.
Aaaand Roul aged up into a child! I'm not sure if his eyes are really that small or if he's just tired. He got the lucky trait.
Roul looks great in his outfit.
At the end, I let these two cuties have a date.
It was a dream date!
That's it from the Fisher's for this round.
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The Knight of the Flowers, 1894, by Georges Rochegrosse. Detail and photo by Paul Perrin. Edit.
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A 15th century depiction of a bishop/cleric at Askeaton Friary, Co Limerick
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*becomes a knight strictly because the local bard is cute, and I want him to write songs about me*
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with great pain comes the great inability to form a coherent sentence
[ID: a 4-page comic in illuminated manuscript style of a person standing outside. /1: They look to the distance and say: "What is that dolorous cloud: that dreadful fright I see now on the dark horizon?" /2: They turn, upset, and say: "Alas! It is the brain fog approaching!" A purple cloud enters the panel. /3: They hold up their hands against the approaching cloud, saying: "A curse upon that fog that steals my eloquence. I...hate...it" /4: The cloud surrounds them and they say: "cloud"..."bad" /ID]
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Can you imagine what cathedrals would have been like if the medievals had access to neon lighting?
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The fourteenth century Manor House in Chipping Campden, now a five-star hotel with a Michelin starred restaurant. (@_dpc_photography IG)
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