The History of Realmgard in 30 Days: Closing Out the Month

30 Days of History done. Good job, me.

The History of Realmgard in 30 Days: November 29

"Though none of the knights involved in the duel lost their lives, several were seriously wounded, most were at least moderately wounded — and after losing his sword, Aldéric is famously recorded as trying to beat Justin into submission with a loaf of crusty bread."

The History of Realmgard in 30 Days: November 28

"Though lasting a century (technically, 105 years, 9 months, and 3 days), the conflict was in fact a period of intermittent warfare between the two kingdoms fought in various phases interrupted by temporary truces and treaties."

The History of Realmgard in 30 Days: November 27

"What exactly spurred Artemio’s change of heart is unknown, and different sources give different accounts: a vision of the goddess Creusa, the castigation of his elderly mother, a debate with a priest, or even hitting his head on a low doorframe."

The History of Realmgard in 30 Days: November 26

"Located in the northernmost region of Realmgard beyond the historical borders of the Elven Empire, what is now the Kingdom of Aurora nevertheless has had longstanding contacts with the lands of the Empire throughout its history, established by the efforts of intrepid merchants and travellers."