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Ajax Frostbeard. Still hard at work with his quill, churns out a quick lullaby like song at the request of Brog Frostbeard after hearing a melody some time a while back. Adding lyrics, and intended to be sung by a group of men, he found these fitting. [Art by Drangmir on Pinterest] A Song of The Cavalry: 'Clanfather told me' [Lyrics by :Ajax Frostbeard] [Vocals by: Brog Frostbeard] Clanfather told me Some day I would buy War-rams with good horns Bring umros to mourn Mounted upon his back, noble beast I steer Steady drive toward
The Honour Guard of Metz History The origins of the Honour Guard stem from the events preceding the Duke’s War, when Lord Marshal Augustus d'Amaury’s nascent noble house was granted a considerate holding in the former fiefdom of Adria. The hardened bannermen of the Lord’s personal retinue remained staunch servants to the strong leader, and continued to serve him in the newly formed county of Amaury as the first of his prestigious entourage. Garrisoned alongside their liege within the imposing keep of Summerhall, the veterans were offered service by the Lord
The Azghari Warband “When the Lamb broke the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth living creature saying, “Come.” I looked, and behold, an ashen horse; and he who sat on it had the name Death; and Hell followed with him. Authority was given to them over a fourth of the earth, to kill with sword and with famine and with pestilence and by the wild beasts of the earth.” A band of brothers and sisters equal beneath the Eternal blue sky, this band of nomadic peoples are renowned for their passion and fervour - the most proficient horse riders to ever grac