November 2022: 30 Days of History

Recapping November 2022.

For my quarterly month-long Daily Writing exercise, I spent November writing up the history of Realmgard for 30 Days. Here are the links to all 30 Days:

November 1: The Flight of the Elves


November 2: The League of Creusa

The emblem of the League of Creusa, an eagle and seven stars.

November 3: Fulmen & Creusa

A fresco depicting the encounter between the Elf warrior Fulmen and the river goddess Creusa.
A fresco depicting the encounter between the Elf warrior Fulmen and the river goddess Creusa.

November 4: The Era of Conquest

A crested Corinthian-style helmet.
Photo by tugay aydu0131n on Pexels.com

November 5: Sator & Messor, the Founding of Imperialis, and the Proclamation of the Empire

The Elves Sator and Messor, laying the cornerstone of one of their great works.
The brothers Sator (left) and Messor (right),
laying the cornerstone of the walls of Imperialis.
Sator would go on to become the first Elven Emperor,
while Messor would become a major religious figure.

November 6: Empress Anath

Ruins on the shore at Madhia, Tunisia.
Photo by Karol Czinege on Pexels.com

November 7: The Imperial Golden Age

A vaulted corridor at Gloucester Cathedral.
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

November 8: The Divided Empire

A wooden structure on fire.
Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

November 9: Queen Antiocha

Queen Victoria statue at the Victoria Memorial in Kolkata.
Photo by Setu Chhaya on Pexels.com

November 10: Theobaldian Empire

A crown.
Photo by Roman Kaiukud83cuddfaud83cudde6 on Pexels.com

November 11: The Life & Times of Quintus Marcellinus Styracosaurus

An illuminated manuscript of Quintus Marcelllinus Styracosaurus, a bearded Elf soldier.
Quintus Marcellinus Styracosaurus as depicted in a later illuminated manuscript.

November 12: The Kingdom of Gallicantu

A rooster.
Photo by Erik Karits on Pexels.com

November 13: King Caelin of the Isles

A statue of a king.
Photo by Csongor Kemu00e9ny on Pexels.com

November 14: Helgi and Hunding

The dragon prow of a viking ship
Photo by Oksana Shchegolkova on Pexels.com

November 15: The Establishment of the Brotherhood of the Coasts

A sign shaped like a skull wearing a pirate hat and two swords that says "Pirates Only."
Photo by Mateusz Dach on Pexels.com

November 16: The Rise of the Amazons

A woman in chainmail armour holding a sword.
Photo by Victoria Akvarel on Pexels.com

November 17: The Dwarf-Goblin Alliance

A handshake between two gloved hands.
Photo by Branimir Balogoviu0107 on Pexels.com

November 18: The Sinking of the ‘Hammer’

The ocean at sunset.
Photo by Sebastian Arie Voortman on Pexels.com

November 19: A Brief History of Porthaven

A lighthouse on a small island.
Photo by Ray Bilcliff on Pexels.com

November 20: The Rise of Pelayo

A mountainous landscape.
Photo by Krivec Ales on Pexels.com

November 21: Realmgardo-Yamatai Relations

"Arrival of the Southern Barbarians Screen:" Kanō Naizen. Image via Wikimedia commons. Public Domain.
Arrival of the Southern Barbarians Screen: Kanō Naizen. Image via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.

November 22: The Realmgardic Period

The Lion Gate at Mycenae. Image via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain via Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication.
Photo by Andy Hay. via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain under Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication.

November 23: Castle Ansangaar

Looking through a doorway in a castle courtyard to another doorway.
Photo by Tobias Bju00f8rkli on Pexels.com

November 24: The Three Great Sages

Rodin's "The Thinker."
Photo by Alexandre Peregrino on Pexels.com

November 25: The Great Siege of Northgate

A cannon.
Photo by FRANKYDEE on Pexels.com

November 26: The Kingdom of Aurora

The aurora over a rocky, snowy shoreline.
Photo by stein egil liland on Pexels.com

November 27: Saint Artemio

An ornate circular staircase leading underground.
Photo by ArtHouse Studio on Pexels.com

November 28: Middelmere, Gallicantu, and the Century’s War

A scene from the Chronicle of Jean Froissart. via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.
A scene from the Chronicle of Jean Froissart. via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.

November 29: The Disputation of the Baker’s Dozens

Le Combat des Trente: Octave Penguilly L'Haridon. Public Domain.
Le Combat des Trente: Octave Penguilly L’Haridon. Image via Wikimedia Commons. Public Domain.

November 30: The Wolf Knights of Mount Lykos

The emblem of the Wolf Knights: a black wolf holding a sword and a blue and white shield.

There you have it, 30 Days of Realmgard’s history.

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