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Now I will be showcasing the Packrat Thiefs sprite!

Now, you are probably wondering; “Where are his eyes, all I see is blue dots!”

All characters eyes glow in the dark, and since this sprite is at its full b right setting, you can not see his eyes due to the white nature of his fur. You will however see his Eyes soon when I make a new video showcasing the updates!

This is his melee state; he unsheathes his sword at the same time as his melee swing; his hand always on his blade!

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Melchior d'Hondecoeter painted The Menagerie in about 1690.

If it looks like d’Hondecoeter has depicted these elaborately plumed birds (and pair of monkeys) from a vantage point level with the bottom of the canvas, that’s because he has. You can see the bottom of the wall’s ledge, for example.

And I suspect that’s for a good reason—the painting, intended for the Netherlands palace of William III, was “hung above the door of the king’s private apartment,” according to the Rijksmuseum

Thus the perspective suited the way the work would be seen: looking up, you would see the painting itself from the angle you seem to see the birds.

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Casts : Deanne Black, Deena Dill, Brandon Smith, Eugenia Kuzmina, Lane Carlock, Richard Pis, Robert De Niro, Dermot Mulroney, William Willet, Adam Pally, Kristen Bryant, Matt Cornwell, Ashley D. Merritt, Jason Mantzoukas, Chandler Darby, John Archer Lundgren, Walter Hendrix III, Roylance Williams, Henry Zebrowski, Heath Estep, Heather Schell, Quentin Plair, Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, Bradley Bowen, Zoey Deutch, Natalia Nova, Amy Parrish, Jake Picking, Maria Diavolitsis, Joshua Mikel, Michael H. Cole, Frank Francisco, Nicole Davis, Mo Collins, Dennise Renae Larson, Julianne Hough, Aubrey Plaza, Jessica Yoshimura, Nelson Bonilla, Eric Goins, Zac Efron, Catherine Dyer
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Top 5 historical figures and who I’d cast to play them in a film:

1) Banastre Tarleton/Ben Cumberbatch. I know the Batch splits opinion sometimes, but fuckit, I’d still do it. Think the time he played a WW1 British Cavalry officer in Warhorse, but a bit less stuck up:

2) Oliver Cromwell/Ray Winston. Obviously he’d have to be less corr blimey I’ma cockney, but I think he could pull it off well. 

3) John Knox/Brian Cox. I dislike Cox deeply, but the match is pretty much a no-brainer (aside from the fact he’s of Irish Catholic descent, but then again so have most Cromwellian actors!).

4) Julius Ceasar/Tom Wilkinson. Less sure why on this one, I can just see it.

5) Robert Downey Jr/William III. Didn’t see that one coming did you?

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Storyline : Right before his wedding, an uptight guy is tricked into driving his grandfather, a perverted former Army general, to Florida for spring break.

Release Date : 2016-01-21

Casts : Lane Carlock, Jessica Yoshimura, Quentin Plair, Jason Mantzoukas, Maria Diavolitsis, Dennise Renae Larson, Jake Picking, Natalia Nova, Henry Zebrowski, Matt Cornwell, Chandler Darby, Zoey Deutch, Joshua Mikel, Richard Pis, Deena Dill, Zac Efron, Robert De Niro, Deanne Black, Michael H. Cole, Brandon Smith, Heather Schell, Heath Estep, Adam Pally, Dermot Mulroney, Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, Kristen Bryant, John Archer Lundgren, Eric Goins, Catherine Dyer, Mo Collins, Amy Parrish, Frank Francisco, Aubrey Plaza, Bradley Bowen, Nicole Davis, Julianne Hough, Nelson Bonilla, Walter Hendrix III, William Willet, Ashley D. Merritt, Eugenia Kuzmina, Roylance Williams

Duration : 102 minutes runtime

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Letter from the emperor Aurangzeb to William III

This letter was sent back to England with ambassador William Norris. Although Norris was promised edicts offering trading privileges on his visit they never materialised. Eventually he left with presents and this letter, written in Arabic in a somewhat unfriendly manner. It reports that Norris was respectfully received but asking King William (by now dead) to ‘act in accordance’ with his original letter offering to secure the safety of the seas.

Dated 7 Sha’ban 1113 AH (7 January 1702)
Or. 6286

From the British Library Facebook page

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On this day, 5 November in 1688, King William of Orange landed at Brixham, Devon. He brought with him 11,000-foot and 4,000 horse soldiers. Within a month, he had arrived in London and James II had fled to the court of Louis XIV in France.

William and Mary, our only Joint Monarchs, were crowned on 11 April 1689. They brought to an end the idea of “absolute monarchy” and began the modern period of constitutional government. 

The Coronation of William & Mary

11 April 1689

William III and Mary II were crowned joint rulers of Britain, on this day in British history, 11 April 1689. At the request of Parliament, William of Orange had come to England in November 1688, with a 20,000 strong Dutch army behind him. After marching to London and forcing James II to flee, William and Mary had completed the ‘Glorious Revolution.’ The Archbishop of Canterbury, however, still recognized James as king, so the coronation ceremony was officiated by the Bishop of London.

A 1689 broadside celebrating the return of Princess Mary to England when she took the throne along with her husband William III

The woodcut illustration of Mary, with a dress so low-cut it shows both breasts, make-up and patches, seems very much at odds with the modest and pious description of Mary in the ballad.

The publishers seem to have either been trying to save money by re-using an old image, or trying to sell more copies by using a titillating picture on the cover. 

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Battle of Killiecrankie

On the 27th July 1689, a British Government force of 5,000 men met a Jacobite army of approximately 3,000 at on the outskirts of Killiecrankie, a small village 30 miles north of Perth.  

The rebel Jacobite force was led by John Graham, the Viscount Dundee, a career officer with continental experience and who had fought for the government during the Scottish Covenanter Wars.  He was a staunch supporter of the Stuart monarchy having served both Charles II and James II, who in 1688 had made him a viscount and given him control of the forces in Scotland.  As such when the Glorious Revolution deposed James II Graham and the Highland chieftain Sir Ewen Cameron of Lochiel rose in support of the King.

The Glorious Revolution saw the increasingly Catholic James ousted by a cadre of English noblemen who in his place invited William, the dutch Prince of Orange to take the throne.  James was deposed by William in February 1689.

In March 1689, the deposed James arrived in Ireland quickly taking control and beginning to raise an army.  At the same time his supporters in the northern Scottish Highlands were rallied by Graham, known to his supporters as Bonnie Dundee.  However, he was only able to raise a small force supplemented by some Irish troops sent by James.

By July, General Hugh Mackay was marching to capture Blair Castle, Graham moved to intercept Mackay’s column blocking his path 4 miles south of the castle at Killiecrankie.  Graham deployed his Highland warriors on Orchill Ridge which dominated Killiecrankie pass.  When Mackay’s forces arrived they found they could not attack Graham’s men nor force the pass.  Instead the government forces deployed in line across a lower lying ridge of ground, for several hours the two forces face one another with the Highlanders shouting insults down the ridge.

At about 8pm Graham grew impatient, perhaps fearing Mackay’s forces would slip by in the night, decided to sacrifice his superior defensive position and attack.  Graham’s men began their much feared Highland charge across several hundred years of open ground.  Firing their muskets and pistols as they charged they soon entered the musket range of the government forces who unleashed a crashing volley into the Highland line however, it was not enough to stop the charge.  With no time to reload, with the Highlanders closing the distance quickly, and little time to fit their plug bayonets, Graham’s men fell on the government troops and fighting descended into brutal hand to hand combat - which the Highlanders, some armed with the old-style two handed Claymore and others with the newer basket hilted broadsword, excelled at.  
The Scottish swords did devastating damage severing limbs and smashing bone, within minutes the left of the government line was breaking.  Mackay desperately sent forward his cavalry but they were forced back by Graham’s own troop of cavalry.  The right of Mackay’s line held with withering fire holding off the Highlanders.  

It was at this point that Graham, moving to lead his men forward in another charge, was shot from his horse hit in the stomach by a musket ball.  His aides were unable to reach him and he was left behind as the Highland attack faltered and began to fall back the shattered government force which had lost roughly 2,000 men retreated with some describing it as a rout and other a raged fighting retreat.  By the end of the battle the Highlanders had suffered 1,200 casualties a loss which could not be sustained by the Jacobite cause.

A year later James II himself was defeated at the Battle of the Boyne in Ireland by King William returning Ireland to government control.  James would never again return to his kingdoms.  His son Charles - the Old Pretender and his grandson Charles - the Young Pretender (Bonnie Prince Charlie), would both return to Scotland to raise rebellions in 1715 and 1745, neither were successful. 

Today is the 325th anniversary of the battle, while the Jacobite force defeated the British army it was a pyrrhic victory with the death of John Graham, 1st Viscount Dundee the Jacobite Rebellion in Scotland lost its momentum with loyalist forces fighting several more disastrous battles before the rebellion petered out in 1692 when the remaining Jacobite chieftains swore allegiance to King William.

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British Battles, K. & D. Guest, (1997)

Bonnie Dundee, A. Murray Scott, (2000)

William III of Orange Dies at Age 51

8 March 1702

King William III of Orange died at the age of 51 on this day in British history, 8 March 1702. Although William’s father was a Dutch noble, King Charles I was his grandfather on his mother’s side. Eventually, William of Orange took advantage of the English dissatisfaction with the Catholic James II and mounted the ‘Glorious Revolution’ at the request of British Parliament. As King William III he signed the English Bill of Rights in 1689. William’s death on 8 March 1702 brought an end to the Dutch House of Orange, and saw his sister-in-law Anne become queen regent of England, Scotland, and Ireland.

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Release Date : 2016-01-21
Casts : Deena Dill, Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, Henry Zebrowski, Amy Parrish, Roylance Williams, Richard Pis, Aubrey Plaza, Nicole Davis, Michael H. Cole, John Archer Lundgren, Jessica Yoshimura, Quentin Plair, Ashley D. Merritt, Zac Efron, Catherine Dyer, Brandon Smith, Deanne Black, Matt Cornwell, William Willet, Walter Hendrix III, Adam Pally, Robert De Niro, Eugenia Kuzmina, Jason Mantzoukas, Bradley Bowen, Dennise Renae Larson, Lane Carlock, Mo Collins, Zoey Deutch, Maria Diavolitsis, Natalia Nova, Jake Picking, Chandler Darby, Heath Estep, Eric Goins, Heather Schell, Frank Francisco, Nelson Bonilla, Kristen Bryant, Julianne Hough, Joshua Mikel, Dermot Mulroney
Duration : 102 minutes runtime
Rating : 3.1