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the dawn of the sickfic / h/c writers' workshop

Hi, guys. J of @lickstynine here. This is a new blog I’ve just made, @torturing-characters-101, aka the Sickfic and H/C Writers’ Workshop.

The goal is to have a bunch of popular sickfic / h/c writers and aspiring sickfic / h/c writers come together to talk about technique, inspiration, ideas, resources, anything vaguely relevant to our writing.

I made this blog so that basically, all the writers that want to answer questions can become mods, and then the ones with questions can send asks and we answer them, as well as just posting tips and advice and whatnot. We may also reblog useful stuff like prompts/inspo/etc.

If you want to join as a mod, send me a message. If you have any questions, send a message or an ask.

Most importantly, if you think this is a good idea, please reblog. I want to get as many people involved as possible so we can turn this blog into a vast and knowledgeable resource.

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A Cased Victorian Cavalry Officer’s Presentation Sword

89cm blade etched with foliage, the Rod of Aesculapius, crowned VR cypher, a stand of arms, presentation inscription and the recipient’s arms and crests, plated three bar hilt, chiseled overall with acorns and oak leaves, wire bound fish skin covered grip, in its plated steel scabbard engraved with foliate scrolls, two suspension rings, complete with silver lace sword slings, contained in its blue plush lined mahogany case, the lid with blank escutcheon.

The inscription reads: Presented by the Kiveton Park Troop of the 1st West York Yeomanry Cavry To Captain J. C. Athorp (sic) as a mark of their esteem, Oct. 7th 1863.
James Carver Athorpe was born 9th August 1803. He was an M.A., J.P. and Deputy Lieutenant for the County of Derby and achieved the rank of major in the regiment. He died in 1880.