So I had this urge to draw a picture while listening to Coldplay’s Viva la Vida. I took the next hour to draw the picture that came to mind and here’s the result:
After drawing it, I had a thought. Could it be possible that parts of Arthurian lore could tie into the Battles against the Silver in Neithernoor (?). What’s your thoughts?
inb4 the silver were an order of knights that split off from the round table and became an evil guild or something
A group of Knights did split from the round table, choosing to follow Mordred.
In the story, Lancelot rescues Gwen from her trail after they’d both been charged with treason for their affair. During the escape, Lancelot kills 2 of Gwain’s brothers, so Gwain insists Arthur follows them to Lancelot’s castle in France. Arthur leaves his son and nephew Mordred in charge during his absence, and Mordred turns many of the knights against the king. Upon return, Arthur has to fight Mordred and his followers at Camlan, where he kills Mordred and his mortally wounded by him.
Just a brief overview for ya. There’s a lot more to it, but that’s the basics.
so there actually very well might be a connection there o3o
@Cj_Heighton The Silver were actually an artisan guild. The Wool and Silver both worked for a Queen (Elizabeth the first, I think). They split after the Queens death.