Author: Jason

That time they used Google Translate

We used to use translation robots here. But that was in the days of yore, before the unions protested greatly at their jobs being taken, and so on and so on. Not that there was anybody I would have really

That time their horses got an upgrade

I was invited by my good friend and colleague Ezra to assist him in studying the trove, but due to … marital commitments, I politely declined. Nevertheless, his research seems promising – he thinks he might know a way to

That time the undead led the blind

As the nadir of the Chronicles of the Legend of Sir Beresford Raleigh XVII, we should consider this the most accurate, if the least well described, portion of the Chronicles. The bardic version is much more … colourful … here.

That time Sylvio defaced a column

Whilst the bardic and the written versions of the Chronicles of the Legend of Sir Beresford Raleigh XVII converge more, it becomes a case of which one is the more “poetic” interpretation of events. Whilst the written versions are known

That time they charged into a trap

It is at this juncture in the Chronicles of the Legend of Sir Beresford Raleigh XVII that it appears to converge much more closely to the bardic version of the same. There are still differences, but many of these can

That time the dice rolled only one way

It will probably take some time for my colleagues to publish their findings into the newly discovered artifacts. Nevertheless, my work on this critical edition must continue. What we know is that the bardic version of the events and the

That time they sat back and let the angels do the hard work

My colleagues Sharon and Ezra have been hard at work at the recently discovered manuscripts. They say that there is some intriguing magical properties about one in particular, but they’re declining to share with me for the moment. The fact

That time they test-fired a siege weapon

Our initial findings on the cache suggest that we have located documents that purport to be, in turn, a diary on how to assemble an automaton, notes on raising an army of undead, the elements of fire-proofing cloths, and a

That time they needed study notes for the test

It would appear that several of my colleagues have stumbled upon a hidden cache in the university library. They appear to be documents from the same era of the Chronicles of the Legend of Sir Beresford Raleigh XVII. Once we’ve

That time the eyes had it

We have recently stumbled upon fragments of other records pertaining to the events spoken of in the Chronicles of the Legend of Sir Beresford Raleigh XVII. They were discovered in a hitherto undocumented basement that was revealed upon “accidental demolition”

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