a disposition to kindness and compassion
I was filled with cheer and
A great joy spreads across the kingdom, for today is one of celebration! Feasting!
listen; used mostly in the imperative
Hark, the queen herself doth open the town gates to the festivities...
information about recent and important events
You majesty, I bring
tidings of great danger for this village and all of these fine citizens!
inflict a heavy blow on, with the hand, a tool, or a weapon
Your majesty, if any creature threatens this kingdom—have no fear but I shall
expel, as if by official decree
Don't trust Sir Hugo, m'lady! Weren't he
banished from the kingdom for dealin' in...in...dragons?
marked by up-to-dateness in dress and manners
Beware, gentle folk! Do not be fooled by Sir Hugo's
dashing good looks!
one of a class of agricultural laborers
I expect you to mingle with these
peasants...er, I mean, these fine and noble citizens, until the royal procession.
the action of a group moving ahead in regular formation
I expect you to mingle with these peasants...er, I mean, these fine and noble citizens, until the royal
a singer of folk songs
minstrels, the jugglers, the shopkeepers...everyone had something to do. Except me.
cheat somebody out of what is due, especially money
bilkin' her royal highness for twenty pounds a week by sittin' in a tree all day?
possessing an extraordinary ability to attract
Do you think I'm naturally this
charismatic and beautiful in real life?
Wilst thou protect a fair and
virtuous maiden from any dragons hereabouts?
an important or influential person
You must be a visiting
dignitary of some sort with such fine attire.
clothing of a distinctive style or for a particular occasion
You must be a visiting dignitary of some sort with such fine
belonging to or befitting a supreme ruler
Anita looked so different than she did at school. She looked
someone who does evil deliberately
My queen, this Sir Hugo is a
scoundrel and a knave, and means to conquer this fair city for his own personal gain!
a deceitful and unreliable scoundrel
My queen, this Sir Hugo is a scoundrel and a
knave, and means to conquer this fair city for his own personal gain!
harmful and often untrue; tending to discredit or malign
slanderous remarks, I challenge you, Sir George, to a duel!
a spirited horse for state or war
Squire, fetch me my
steed and my lance!
the time of a signal announcing activities are prohibited
And now, good citizens, we must close the gate for nightly
someone who attacks in search of booty
We would not want evil
marauders attacking our city.
thoroughly acquainted through study or experience
I see thou art well
versed in the art of the sword. I too know a bit of swordplay.
a piece of ground having specific characteristics
terrain is rocky and unpredictable at times...
without civilizing influences
Where am I?! This place is
a neutral zone between two rival powers
lacking depth of intellect or knowledge
Ok, they can be a little
shallow sometimes, but overall they're pretty nice...
the student with the best grades
I'm going to be
valedictorian, and then I'm going to go to an Ivy League school and move far, far away.
extremely impressive in strength or excellence
It's really hard to turn down a good sword fight with a
proceed somewhere despite the risk of possible dangers
If you yourself find thyself
embarked upon a journey into unexplored territory, you may meet fellow travelers or local townsfolk along the way.
in a politely friendly manner
a whole structure made up of interconnected structures
complex suddenly looked a lot shabbier.
showing signs of wear and tear
Our apartment complex suddenly looked a lot
a girl or young woman
lass Impy! We have come to steal ye away from this dread fortress of education and boredom!