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  1. This Blog Thing...

    *ponder*

    Wonder what happens if I hit post!
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  2. The Bard that Hasn't returned.

    I know that many of you…or some of you…(one of you?) has been wondering where the heck I’ve been. Well, I heard the song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VMSGrY-IlU
    and thought that it would serve as a good venue to explain where I’ve been—so here’s my song
    “The Bard who hasn’t returned,” (aka “Why Halflings should avoid the Higher Vortex.”)

    Let me tell you the story
    Of a Bard name of Whistler
    On a tragic and fateful day
    He put a fly pill in ...
  3. The Princes Hound

    This is a contract song. I will perform it in the guild tonight if I can.


    The Prince’s Hound

    Whistler takes his lyre and plays:
    A plink kaplink a plink plink plink, a plink kaplink a plink
    A plink kaplink katwang kaplink, katwang kaplink kaplink
    Katwang kaplink katwang kaplink kaplink katwang kaplink,
    Katwang kaplink katwang kaplink, a plink a plink-plink-plink.

    He sings:
    A young prince from distant lands had ...
  4. Bard List January 18 2011

    I’ve been neglecting this blog for quite a while, so I thought it was time to put up a post.

    Rather than do anything that required real thought, I figured I’d just take a look at what other bards are out there. The following is a list of bards and their ‘whois’ (as of today, January 18, 2011,) that Kylor and me came up with. If you have a bard that is not on the list, please feel free to add yourself.

    I’ve arranged the list in order of level, and have further notes ...
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  5. The Book of Nash

    Written for a bard review, but unable to find any reviewers, i finally ended up performing this today for what audience i could find-a solitary nexian.

    The Book of Nash, a hymn

    [the noviciate should use both a drum and bell of doom to signify tempo changes throughout the hymn]

    Come one come all Hail the Lord,
    Whose wrath on the world has poured,
    Sing in one voice and one chord,
    Praise Nash whom the world hath Gored.

    ...