Posts Tagged ‘virtue’

22 Apr
2014

Hope: The Principal Instrument

In the course of my studies, I frequently review and think about chivalric virtues. Which virtue is the greatest? That [&hellip

8 Apr
2014

Making Change

My first North Oaken War Maneuvers (a major melee event in my Kingdom) many years ago, was a place where [&hellip

25 Mar
2014

How We Win

I’ve been an IT contractor for much of my mundane career. I’ve found myself at many large corporations that had, [&hellip

4 Mar
2014

All Day All Knight

I always love the post event revels. I enjoy getting to talk to all my favorite people that I seldom [&hellip

18 Feb
2014

The game we play

A short number of events after His Majesty won Crown, I was at an event where I bumped into a [&hellip

20 Jan
2014

Being a King (part 2)

I write this in hope that one day, should you find yourself on the Dragon Throne, maybe these words will [&hellip

16 Oct
2013

Being a King…

At Rendezvous at the Bridge, His Majesty made a remark about not being able to fight as much as he [&hellip


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