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Arthurian Fantasy

March 20, 2014

A palpable look of disdain crossed Sir Gawain’s face as he read Sir Percival’s manuscript.

“Do you have any constructive criticisms for me, Sir ?” Sir Percival asked.

“It’s preposterous Sir!” Gawain declared. “Why would the folk of your made-up world travel  about on machines instead of horses, unlike sensible people?”

“It’s a tale of the future,” Percival replied. “Or a possible fut-“

“I have had enough of your absurd fantasies,” Gawain said. He flung the parchment aside. “Call your squire and don your armor Sir. We must be off to slay that rampaging dragon the fen witches have summoned.”

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