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The Festival of Time
For her Holy Majesty Princess Zelda Your Highness must excuse me for my delay in translating The Fifth Hyliad the translation is taking longer than expected, in the meantime, I will begin to fulfill the second part of your request, to give descriptions of the worship of the gods. Most worship of Chronos was indirect as it was believed that prayers and worship of his daughters and servants would ultimately reach him. Worshiping him directly or even saying his name in public was a major taboo except during the festival of time, which was held once a year on the spring equinox with preparations beginning two weeks prior. In those days people p
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The Founding of Mewni: Lecture 4
 The Founding of Mewni Lecture 4 Urania the indispensable Lady The founding of Mewni, Lecture 4; Urania the indispensable Lady “In our last lecture we saw the tensions rising between the mewnians and their monster rulers, we even saw some proto-revolts and vigilanteism on both sides. In this lecture, we're going to look at the spark that turns all of this heat into a raging fire and that spark has a name, and that name is Urania Butterfly. The history of the Butterfly family as we can reliably trace it begins in 38 B.M. with the birth of Urania’s mother Darlene. Darlene is the least obscure of the pre-Urania Butterflies becaus
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The Founding of Mewni Lecture 3
 The Founding of Mewni Lecture 3: Mewni Under the Monsters “In our last lecture we talked about how this incarnation of the monster kingdom came to the hight of its power, and with an army led by probably the greatest monster commander who ever lived, defeated the Silvans and drove them out of the land of Mewni forever. In this lecture, we want to shift the focus to the people who will be our protagonists for the rest of this course and that is our own ancestors the Mewnians. The monsters didn’t actually conquer themewnians until seven months after the fall of Helgove. During that time they were busy dealing with the remnants of
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The Fourth Hyliad
Translated From the Ancient Hylian by Herman the Recluse at the request of her Holy Majesty Princess Zelda Translator's introduction: the Fourth Hyliad deals primarily with the war between Hylia and Demise who is finally given that name in the story itself. It was sung during the Festival of Light, and it begins with a brief description of what historians call “the Kingdom of Lightning” after this the original 3 Golden Goddesses leave the created world and return to their father, leaving the Triforce behind them. With them gone, Demise, or rather D’rios as he’s still called at this point, escapes from his prison in t
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The Third Hyliad
Translated from the ancient Hylian by Herman the Recluse at the request of Her Holy Majesty Princess Zelda Translators Introduction: The Third Hyliad may be regarded as a direct continuation of the second and indeed the two are usually read together. Chronos reenters the picture and grants the gift of reason on a selection of creatures he then begets Hylia from his love of the created world. He then bids each of his now 4 daughters to choose a people from among the sentient creation to be especially their own, Din chooses the Gorons, Nayru chooses the Zora, Farore, after some indecision, chooses the shape-shifting tree spirits and Hylia choo
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The Second Hyliad
The Second Hyliad Translated From the Ancient Hylian by Herman the Recluse at the request of Her Holy Majesty Princess Zelda Translators introduction: The Second Hyliad was read more frequently than the other, at just about every festival and on many other occasions, and the story it tells is retold in many other sources besides. It deals with the Creation of the world by the three golden goddesses, Din creates matter, Nayru creates the laws that govern matter and magic and Farore creates life, all the while the three suffer interference from their rogue servant D’rios, later called Demise, who invariably tries to turn their creation
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The First Hyliad
 The First Hyliad Translated from the ancient Hylian by Hermon the Recluse at the request of her Holy Majesty Princess Zelda Translators introduction: The Hyliads were a series of Historical and religious poems composed shortly after the founding of Hyrule, Probably during the reign of Gustav himself or shortly afterward. They deal primarily with the actions of the All-Father, with the three creator goddesses and the creation of the world, with Hylia the various conflicts their rogue former servant D’rios who comes to be called Demise and ultimately with the founding of Hyrule itself. The Hyliads were originally put in verse and they
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The Founding of Mewni, Lecture 2
The Founding of Mewni Lecture two: the Rise of the Monsters and the Fall of Helgove "In this lecture, we're going to talk about how the Monster kingdom adapted to Silvan technology and warfare and how they ultimately drove the Silvans out of Mewni forever. In our last lecture, we saw that the mewnians were living peacefully under Silvan Protection, and the Silvans were putting down most monster attacks with ease. But this wasn't to last, for one thing, the monster kingdom had formed and was conquering one tribe of monsters after another and they were beginning to copy Silvan tactics and blacksmithing. the Silvans for their part were beginni
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Correspondence of Polybius and the Royal Farmer
The First Letter: Commenting on https://comments.deviantart.com/1/672809576/4636128473 An admirable piece, Farmer. As always, your work constantly proves a challenge for me. I can confirm that "Ludd" is indeed the surname of the Pierre boy. Not long after publishing my essay on "The Storm-Breeder", I made a journey to Corwin. Would you believe that the town registry still chronicles all the towns inhabitants to the year of its founding? 800 years and they still kept those records untouched by the elements, dedication in the purest sense. The House on 50 Berkeley Square is even acknowledged as the "Ludd House", so it appears the locals didn'
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The Founding of Mewni Lecture 1
Firefly Books is pleased to present the Mewman Scholar series where great professors teach you, my name is [REDACTED] and I'll be your [unnecessary] host. Today we begin a course entitled The Founding of Mewni. Your Professor is Thomas F. Mewdan, professor of Dark ages history at Saint Venus University, a recognized expert on the Dark ages, the mewnipendance and on the Lupin empire, Professor Mewdan has appeared in such forums as The Royal Butterfly Radio, The Waterson Post and The Butterfly Star [and jgss0109's comment section] he is the author of The New Concise history of the Mewnipendence, and Father of the Bride; fathers daughters and d
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The Festival of Time
For her Holy Majesty Princess Zelda Your Highness must excuse me for my delay in translating The Fifth Hyliad the translation is taking longer than expected, in the meantime, I will begin to fulfill the second part of your request, to give descriptions of the worship of the gods. Most worship of Chronos was indirect as it was believed that prayers and worship of his daughters and servants would ultimately reach him. Worshiping him directly or even saying his name in public was a major taboo except during the festival of time, which was held once a year on the spring equinox with preparations beginning two weeks prior. In those days people p
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The Founding of Mewni: Lecture 4
 The Founding of Mewni Lecture 4 Urania the indispensable Lady The founding of Mewni, Lecture 4; Urania the indispensable Lady “In our last lecture we saw the tensions rising between the mewnians and their monster rulers, we even saw some proto-revolts and vigilanteism on both sides. In this lecture, we're going to look at the spark that turns all of this heat into a raging fire and that spark has a name, and that name is Urania Butterfly. The history of the Butterfly family as we can reliably trace it begins in 38 B.M. with the birth of Urania’s mother Darlene. Darlene is the least obscure of the pre-Urania Butterflies becaus
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The Founding of Mewni Lecture 3
 The Founding of Mewni Lecture 3: Mewni Under the Monsters “In our last lecture we talked about how this incarnation of the monster kingdom came to the hight of its power, and with an army led by probably the greatest monster commander who ever lived, defeated the Silvans and drove them out of the land of Mewni forever. In this lecture, we want to shift the focus to the people who will be our protagonists for the rest of this course and that is our own ancestors the Mewnians. The monsters didn’t actually conquer themewnians until seven months after the fall of Helgove. During that time they were busy dealing with the remnants of
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The Fourth Hyliad
Translated From the Ancient Hylian by Herman the Recluse at the request of her Holy Majesty Princess Zelda Translator's introduction: the Fourth Hyliad deals primarily with the war between Hylia and Demise who is finally given that name in the story itself. It was sung during the Festival of Light, and it begins with a brief description of what historians call “the Kingdom of Lightning” after this the original 3 Golden Goddesses leave the created world and return to their father, leaving the Triforce behind them. With them gone, Demise, or rather D’rios as he’s still called at this point, escapes from his prison in t
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The Third Hyliad
Translated from the ancient Hylian by Herman the Recluse at the request of Her Holy Majesty Princess Zelda Translators Introduction: The Third Hyliad may be regarded as a direct continuation of the second and indeed the two are usually read together. Chronos reenters the picture and grants the gift of reason on a selection of creatures he then begets Hylia from his love of the created world. He then bids each of his now 4 daughters to choose a people from among the sentient creation to be especially their own, Din chooses the Gorons, Nayru chooses the Zora, Farore, after some indecision, chooses the shape-shifting tree spirits and Hylia choo
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The Second Hyliad
The Second Hyliad Translated From the Ancient Hylian by Herman the Recluse at the request of Her Holy Majesty Princess Zelda Translators introduction: The Second Hyliad was read more frequently than the other, at just about every festival and on many other occasions, and the story it tells is retold in many other sources besides. It deals with the Creation of the world by the three golden goddesses, Din creates matter, Nayru creates the laws that govern matter and magic and Farore creates life, all the while the three suffer interference from their rogue servant D’rios, later called Demise, who invariably tries to turn their creation
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The First Hyliad
 The First Hyliad Translated from the ancient Hylian by Hermon the Recluse at the request of her Holy Majesty Princess Zelda Translators introduction: The Hyliads were a series of Historical and religious poems composed shortly after the founding of Hyrule, Probably during the reign of Gustav himself or shortly afterward. They deal primarily with the actions of the All-Father, with the three creator goddesses and the creation of the world, with Hylia the various conflicts their rogue former servant D’rios who comes to be called Demise and ultimately with the founding of Hyrule itself. The Hyliads were originally put in verse and they
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The Founding of Mewni, Lecture 2
The Founding of Mewni Lecture two: the Rise of the Monsters and the Fall of Helgove "In this lecture, we're going to talk about how the Monster kingdom adapted to Silvan technology and warfare and how they ultimately drove the Silvans out of Mewni forever. In our last lecture, we saw that the mewnians were living peacefully under Silvan Protection, and the Silvans were putting down most monster attacks with ease. But this wasn't to last, for one thing, the monster kingdom had formed and was conquering one tribe of monsters after another and they were beginning to copy Silvan tactics and blacksmithing. the Silvans for their part were beginni
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Correspondence of Polybius and the Royal Farmer
The First Letter: Commenting on https://comments.deviantart.com/1/672809576/4636128473 An admirable piece, Farmer. As always, your work constantly proves a challenge for me. I can confirm that "Ludd" is indeed the surname of the Pierre boy. Not long after publishing my essay on "The Storm-Breeder", I made a journey to Corwin. Would you believe that the town registry still chronicles all the towns inhabitants to the year of its founding? 800 years and they still kept those records untouched by the elements, dedication in the purest sense. The House on 50 Berkeley Square is even acknowledged as the "Ludd House", so it appears the locals didn'
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The Founding of Mewni Lecture 1
Firefly Books is pleased to present the Mewman Scholar series where great professors teach you, my name is [REDACTED] and I'll be your [unnecessary] host. Today we begin a course entitled The Founding of Mewni. Your Professor is Thomas F. Mewdan, professor of Dark ages history at Saint Venus University, a recognized expert on the Dark ages, the mewnipendance and on the Lupin empire, Professor Mewdan has appeared in such forums as The Royal Butterfly Radio, The Waterson Post and The Butterfly Star [and jgss0109's comment section] he is the author of The New Concise history of the Mewnipendence, and Father of the Bride; fathers daughters and d
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Excerpts: Queen Hekatia the Necromancer https://www.deviantart.com/comments/1/797323080/4737655753 https://www.deviantart.com/comments/1/797323080/4737661257 https://www.deviantart.com/comments/1/797323080/4737663578
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starmariofan4's avatar
Are you going to be doing Hekatia's writings?
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anaconda22's avatar
yep, I've just been busy with real life stuff so I haven't gotten around to it yet but they'll come.
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starmariofan4's avatar
Cool! Can't wait.
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FanofSMBX's avatar
Are you going to make Hyliad part 3?
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anaconda22's avatar
Yep, should be up within the week.
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zonyniedalem's avatar
Cool work.
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