Yes it is! I just prefer to use the Old French version Sanson instead of Samson!
Anyway here’s some doodles I had saved of both little Mikael and Reiner hanging out with Sanson; not even realizing that he was a friend that they shared. Miki is tending to whatever scratch he managed to inflict on the latter while they sparred. Meanwhile Sanson managed to convince Reiner to sit with him in a church --- He prays while Rein looks around and tries not to get too unsettled by the stone saints looking down at them.
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“I knew enough to do simple things like splint a broken wing or fix a broken limb, but to be honest, I don’t work on animals all too often. Helping to put Sunny’s wing on the mend was one of the few times I did.
It’s probably just a coincidence but every time I see a little yellow bird, I can’t help but feel like an old friend is watching over me. It feels... Good,”
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“Sanson was one of the first ones of my kind that I met after I began my life as a nation. Though we didn’t meet very often due to being involved in separate conflicts, he was always... Kind to me. I remember Hospitaller --- Ezekiel --- Telling me that Sanson allegedly cried out for his mother as he burned.
I wonder if anyone there thought twice about that --- If anyone saw, just for one moment, the child that he was.
... I need a drink,”
little history footnote: the teutonic order was modelled after the templar order once it switched gears and started to become more militarized. the templars were one of the most formidable crusading orders at the time, but their fall came in the early 1300s when King Philip IV of France decided to take advantage of some rumored criminal charges against members of the order. among the charges were: worshipping idols, allegations of homosexual relations between members, fraud, and financial corruption; no hard evidence was ever found to support these claims.
under pressure from King Philip, Pope Clement disbanded the order in 1312. a prior papal bull issued in 1307 ordered all rulers in europe to round up and arrest templars in their lands.
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Statues on a Roof and Magnificent 16th Century Houses in Brasov
Statues on a Roof and Magnificent 16th Century Houses in Brasov
#TravelPhotography #medieval #Brasov #Romania #history
Sometimes the obvious, such as statues placed on the roof of a house, are the bling that steers your eyes away from the 16th century houses built just across the road. Welcome to Brasov (where part of my WIP takes place 🙂 )
The region where Brasov is located, Țara Bârsei, Burzenland, was occupied between 1211 and 1225 by the Teutonic Knights, who have received its land from King Andrew II of…
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✠ young knight ✠
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“I had to lug your dead self back home, you know? And then I had to come up with an excuse to tell one of the knights that wouldn’t make you look as much of an idiot as you were. Also you kept complaining about how much your neck hurt when you would come to on the way back. Do you remember that?”
“Only vaguely. What I do remember is you sneaking into my room that night and you hovering over my face the entire time,”
“You couldn’t look around! What was I supposed to do while talking to you?”
“I never said I didn’t appreciate it! Did I ever thank you for what you did?”
“Multiple times. Most of it you muttered while half-awake but I still count it,”
they joke about it now but i bet it was very scary to watch your friend get RKO’d by a tree branch while riding at full speed
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The floor is not getting your ass whooped by Lithuania
The Teutonic Order:
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Prussia: *Ordering a cake over the phone*
Shop owner: And what do you want the cake to say?
Prussia: *Covering the phone* West, do we want a talking cake?
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“For better or for worse, Brother Audo’s lessons did teach me to write with my right hand and eventually it got to the point where I could use it as naturally and comfortably as my dominant hand. In private, however I still preferred to write with my left; after making sure nobody was around to catch me, of course. It’s one of the few subtle acts of rebellion I remember taking on when I was growing up, likely out of spite towards Brother Audo,”
bonus sad thought i had in the middle of this: gisil thinks the best part of learning how to read and write was that he got to share what he learned with his dad. at the end of the day after all his lessons, he will return to otmar and since he knows that his father didn’t grow up learning how to read, this kid will just sit there and read whole passages from whatever he can get his hands on to his father.
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Not completely historically correct of course but can I get the t.eutonic order beeing a complete emotional desaster and having a tiny crush on P.oland and probably everybody else in the 14th century? While Feliks is just like “Well you kinda were an asshole about P.omerelia and other things so I’ll visit you to brag about my marriage with L.ithuania which might cause problems for you but it’s nothing personal okay? Do you want to come to the party? :D“
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ok i never make posts but this has been in my head for almost a year now so
prussia calls germany west because when he first met his big brother, the holy roman empire, he was thrilled and when they parted hre told him "if you ever need me, just head west", and little teutonic knights was so excited by the encounter that in the end he couldn't remember that long ass name and just went with "west" and stuck with it, even after hre became germany
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“Huh. Well, in all fairness, we had no idea what appendicitis was back in the 12th century --- I think I just brushed it off as a case of food poisoning. Now that I think about it I may have... Died from that. Briefly of course, I doubt anyone even noticed, but it’s still a death. Ah well, going septic from a burst appendix will do anyone in, I suppose. Thank god for modern appendectomies!”
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Sigismund von Krachentrachen and Richard de la Tralalavil - two of my OCs that I abandoned a year ago. This drawing also is quite old
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I got small/chibi liet requests! This was a lot of fun to draw ;v;
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Day 3 - Season 3
Its Teuton mdjsjs
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