Story of Calypso
Cedric & the Tent
Training of Vinal
Rathkeale
Gypsy Reverie
Aeston's Advice
Ubi Sunt
Winter Nights
Not to Yield
Rhiassan Anthem
Sir Cedric
Battle of Rhiassa
Blood and Beer
Red and the Black
Why I Fight
Why I Eventhold
Practice
Mentoring Part 1
Mentoring Part 2
Mentoring Part 3
On Squireship
Becoming a Squire

 

 

 

The Red and The Black

Performed by Swoop and Pilpus
at Feast of the Leviathan XVII

Listen friends and I'll sing you a song
of a nation so storied of brave knights so strong
of mages and fighters who never turn back
who fight to the death for the Red and the Black.

First came Sir Duncan a brave stalwart knight
invaded by drow, exiled by home
a warrior of Garm who fights for what's right
a mentor, a leader well fit for the throne.

For woe to the foe who crosses the path
of lions clad in the Red and the Black
Take heart if you fight with one by your side
for their prowess and might shall sure turn the tide.

Next came Sir Da'oud a fiery man
uniting Free Nations from faraway lands
From goblins and trolls to the mighty Erl King
You just can't beat Rhiassan men and women.

For woe to the foe who crosses the path
of lions clad in the Red and the Black
Take heart if you fight with one by your side
for their prowess and might shall sure turn the tide.

Long live Lord Aeston and long may he reign
savior of Cold Spring's from Bedlam's dark taint
defending the Realms whilst under attack
and looking quite good in that infamous hat.

For woe to the foe who crosses the path
of lions clad in the Red and the Black
Take heart if you fight with one by your side
for their prowess and might shall sure turn the tide.