the knights tale

anonymous asked:

Ms. Naxia, one moment of you time if you wouldn't mind. Could you explain the differences between the literature you normally read and Earth literature, if there is any?

Hello, Anon. I don’t mind at all, and quite surprised people are taking interest.

Earth has Tolkien and Shakespeare..Very different theatrics and forms of drama. (And both with such consistently pale characters with archetypes future Earth books have used time and time again.) You all also have some very striking, sometimes inspiring folk tales that Xal couldn’t have possibly made due to how different our universes are.

Xal, however, has Xesla and (Mixmi) Hammot. Both these ladies have inspired billions of Xulians with the “Xragoon Knights” tales and “The Sky Has Risen” drama from Hammot, all which focus on scathing satirical commentary on our matriarchal society with enough influence to actually lighten the oppressive laws our men face today. (Yes, it used to be worse around a decade ago.)

However, “Ladies of Valor” from Xesla…THAT. I…I have so many words to describe it. But it’s considered the most important, most compelling work of fiction Xal has ever produced.

To answer your question concisely, the differences are gender-orientated and based on their respective political climates and morals, but the author’s desire to relay a message is consistent across universes.

Best regards,


I have this au that I love deeply where Mikleo is a litteral seraphin (aka a little baby angel because come on, look at this face ! ) He lives in a forest near a village (called Camlann B3 ) and has to hide from the human because humans are bad and bring calamity with them, then taint or hurt angels.

Then one day he meets this little human kid called Sorey. They’re quick to become friends and Sorey come see him secretly almost every day. They grow up together and become closer and closer as the time pass by.

Adding the rest under a read more because I basically wrote the whole plot of a story XD

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Romantic Tropes I’m an absolute sucker for:

The slow burn where they both love each other but think the other person doesn’t feel the same way but literally everyone in the world knows how they feel about each other.

They absolutely loathe each other but everyone around them knows that they actually totally love each other.

Royalty/Commoner ESPECIALLY when the commoner didn’t know they were royalty and feel so betrayed when they find out.

I mean really, any version of the Person A is hiding something about their identity for decentish reasons and Person B eventually finds out and is just so betrayed and Person A has some version of the “I didn’t mean for it to happen, but it did. I fell in love with you.” (Chasing Liberty is my favorite, okay?)

Also the “we’re from different worlds” version, too.

And of course Person A is trying to rescue/find/reunite with they significant other and Person B gets enlisted to help but then totally falls in love but thinks Person A really loves sigo, but when they finally are reunited they realize they really love Person B.



“I have never had great expectations of my performance or of a film. I try not to think about the outcome. If you look that far ahead, it sort of taints your choices as an actor. I try as hard as I can to believe that no one is ever going to see it and that it’s not even a movie. Then you can allow yourself to bare more.”

Heath Ledger (April 4, 1979 - January 22, 2008)