As Moon said, a tad cliche. They are rich kids slummin' I say tad because this has an original 'oomph' of its own. Having said that, the story and detail is very good! The last plot hook would obviously make a great 2 part scenario. 1-catching them 2- oh crap Kings nephews, now what?
reminds me of a film I saw recently, Hungarian I think. Cant recall the name, but I'll remember tomorrow. Rich kids would break in homes of the even riccher, and rearrange furniture, drop sofas in pool, stack up beds and chairs, that sort of thing. Harmless anarchy they called it. They would leave a note.."Your Days of Plenty are Numbered". Not the same thing I know, but same vibe for me. Well done Mourn! Go to Comment
First I read the Tenets of Knighthood and liked them, but thought they were nothing special. Then I read this and realised that beforehand I was reading on one face of a coin. Together, these two make an excellent post - I love the idea of two rival orders (or rather, amalgations of orders) of knights and especially the fact that those of shadow also have a strict code of honour, which overlaps with that of goodness. For example, Knight of Shadow and a Knight of Goodness would both agree on the formality of the challenge - to outsiders, there might at first sight be little difference. Go to Comment
This is actually a break down of an original codec, for lack of a better term, in history about the morals of knighthood and honor. It was much larger and a great deal heavier to read. So this is an actual view of what knighthood was supposed to be like. Whether it was in history or not is clouded by those who write it. Go to Comment