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In the Heat of BattleThe heat of battle is always confusing. It was loud, horrific and chaotic, and each step may be your last.In the Heat of Battle by BigD1987
But Arthur rode Llamrei through the chaos of the battle between his Romani-Brythoni comrades and the Saxons, roaring to his soldiers to keep up the pace, whilst chopping off the heads of Saxons who came near him. Though it was stained with blood, Excalibur’s long blade shone bright in the afternoon sky.
“DO NOT LET UP, COMRADES!” the young warlord shouted. He thrust Excalibur into the chest of another Saxon.
This band of Saxons had attacked a Brythoni fort town earlier in the week. The denizens held out, but with limited supplies, until Arthur and his soldiers arrived However, that left them open to Arthur and his army’s counterattack–as in, in the middle of a field in broad daylight. And a tactical and numerical advantage.
This was a minor skirmish, but every victory Arthur achieved, his legend and name spread wider and wider.
His Caledonian allies,
Karonian Creation Myth===Karonian Creation Myth===Karonian Creation Myth by GeneralHelghast
In the beginning, the world was dark and covered in black seas filled with monsters of the deep, some with long necks and others with great jaws of sharp, pointed teeth, with only tall , towering mountains stretching above the waters, where monsters of the air dwelled with long crests on their heads, long, thin tails, beaks full of poisonous teeth, and glowing, green eyes. The beasts of the sea and sky dueled over the world for as long as they could remember and for endless centuries, they fought each other with red stains in the waters and on the rocky shores of the mountains. But then, one day, light came and from the light came Therak-urr, the god of storms and the father of other gods. He threw lightning upon the beasts of the ancient world and plunged them down into the abyss, where the demons would never again ruin the world. Then, he had made the stars and the moon and he called the light he came from the sun, where he would reside on his mighty thro
Daily Deity #71 SisyphusI know that I've said many times now how one story will crossover with another, and they usually spitball into this big huge thing that kinda explodes.Daily Deity #71 Sisyphus by mythgirl68
Well, this guy, Sisyphus is a prime example of that.
He's one of the few guys that in nearly every story he's involved or one of his kids or brothers or ancestors are involved in. Like his name pops up a whole lot.
Sisyphus was the king and the founder of Corinth, which back in the day was called Ephyra. His father was King Aeolus of Thessaly (no, not the King of the Winds. There are actually a few Aeolus's in Classical mythology) and his brother was Salmoneus.
Not unlike other instances in both mythology and history the two brothers shared deep hatred towards one another, and since Sisyphus is the more famous one, you can guess who came out on top of that. He actually used Tyro, his niece (and later wife because what's mythology without a load of incest) to attempt to usurp her father. The plot was to use the kids that he had had with
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