Recommendation: Conan the Adventurer

Tv Tropes: https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Trivia/ConanTheAdventurer Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conan_the_Adventurer_(1992_TV_series) Can be viewed here: https://tubitv.com/series/6/conan_the_adventurer Robert E.Howard is one of my literary idols and his Conan stories are one of my absolute favourite Fantasy series (though even among Howard's own characters, I prefer Solomon Kane. Howard's stories don't usually pull any punches when it comes to violence and mature themes, [...]

Preview Chapter: The Valley of Appraisal

  As has been previously established, newest Realmgard story, The Valley of Appraisal is now available on Amazon. https://www.amazon.ca/Valley-Appraisal-Tale-Realmgard-ebook/dp/B08C2DRCCK/ Below, you'll find a preview of the story, a scene featuring Amara, Dunstana, and Ginger attempting to bake a celebratory cake for Kat's completion of her Adventuring Licence test.   Upon their return to the manor, Amara is surprised [...]

Detail of a Map: The Three Kingdoms of the Sea

Continuing with my series of posts detailing the map of Northern Realmgard, we go seaward to to the three island kingdoms just off the coast, collectively referred to as the Three Kingdoms of the Sea. Strictly speaking, the kingdoms of Carog, (the purple shield with the crow and swords), Middelmere (the red-and-white shield with the [...]

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Detail of a Map: The Northern Free Cities

Following my last post, we find ourselves turning north, to get a closer look at those Free Cities located to the north of the cities of Porthaven and Goldharbour. As previously, established the former rivalry between Porthaven and Goldharbour has given way to an alliance. In response, the three northern Free Cities have established an [...]

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Detail of a Map: Porthaven and Goldharbour

Here, we see a detail of the map of the northeast of Realmgard, the stretch of coastline that is home to the Free Mercantile Cities of Goldharbour (represented by the yellow shield with the gryphons and laurels) and Porthaven (represented by the blue shield with the dolphin and coins). It should be noted, however, that [...]

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