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Elina Svendotir, by Mates Laurentiu

Elina¬†Svendotir, by Mates Laurentiu “Sometimes I feel like Jesse James Still tryin’ to make a name. Knowing nothing’s gonna change what I am. I was a young troubadour When I wrote in on a song. I’ll be an old troubadour … Continue reading

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Sisters of the Oak and Crow, by Camila Vielmond

Esce and Raevna, by Camila Vielmond “[L]oyalty to an ideal can vary in its intensity, but loyalty to money never changes. That’s why mercenaries are better fighters.” —Prince Kheldar of Drasnia I’ve been following Camila’s Tumblr and DeviantArt accounts since … Continue reading

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A Theory of Light and Dark, Concept Art; by Sebastian Becker

Kassandra and Tianna, A Theory of Light and Dark, by Sebastian Becker “Success in warfare is gained by carefully accommodating ourselves to the enemy’s purpose.” —Sun Tzu Happy 2nd Anniversary to Sartorially Smart Heroines! Thanks so much to my awesome … Continue reading

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Lucrezia di Firenze, by Adelruna

Lucrezia di Firenze, by Adelruna “… the French Courage proceeds from vanity—the German from phlegm—the Turkish from fanaticism & opium—the Spanish from pride—the English from coolness—the Dutch from obstinacy—the Russian from insensibility—but the ITALIAN from ANGER—so you will see that … Continue reading

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