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  1. Henry Tudor, Heretic and Father of Kings

    Yep, that sounds like Henry! LOL. Glad to see you back! :)
  2. The Queen is Dead!: Katherine of Aragon dies in 1518

    He probably will find a way. Cromwell excelled at making himself useful. There will be an opportunity somewhere and he will seize it. :)
  3. The Queen is Dead!: Katherine of Aragon dies in 1518

    Oh no! Anne! *frets* Hopefully the royal physicians are able to save her! *crosses fingers* Of course, the moment someone says "poison", Henry is going to be utterly furious. Someone *glares at Buckingham* just tried to murder his queen and unborn child, and it was bad luck alone on the...
  4. The Queen is Dead!: Katherine of Aragon dies in 1518

    Oh this TL is absolutely fascinating! Watching Marie march to the beat of her own drum and doing things her way has been so much fun! Crossing my fingers that she has a boy. Though I don't think Henry would completely flip out if they had another girl, since the marriage's legitimacy isn't tied...
  5. As the Sun Rise, A Daughter Falls- a Tudor Timeline

    This is such an awesome TL! I am laughing so hard at everyone's antics - particularly the Tudors because when are their antics truly not antic? LOL! Thanks so much for sharing! :)
  6. Henry Tudor, Heretic and Father of Kings

    Holy crap, Henry is going to be pissed when he learns someone murdered his daughter! Talk about a twist! Great update!
  7. Henry Tudor, Heretic and Father of Kings

    This is great! I am so curious as to how Kathryn's reign will go. It sounds like she may have more success in balancing the religions in England than OTL Elizabeth did, though Elizabeth certainly tried, particularly in the early years of her reign. I particularly love how she balanced the...
  8. Explain the AH Quote

    -Magda Goebbels to Kaiser Hitler, May 1945, when the armies of Czar Alexis III were marching closer and closer to Berlin, two years after Germany's failed attempt to invade Russia "If I wanted to see everyone killing each other and being oblivious to the real threat, I'd fucking watch Game of...
  9. Henry Tudor, Heretic and Father of Kings

    *snickers* Ah, that's funny. The Scots may think their king is a pain in their collective asses and want to repeatedly punch him in the face, but they're not about to take some Irish brat killing him. That's their job, their right, and no one else's. LOL
  10. Henry Tudor, Heretic and Father of Kings

    Don't see that happening, since Katheryn is Henry's own grandchild. ;) Henry's more the likely coming to fight to uphold his granddaughter's claims as the rightful Queen of England against the "foreign meddler" Queen Catherine. Gotta remember this isn't the lecher Henry VIII of the OTL. By this...
  11. A Richard for All Seasons - Richard III wins the Battle of Bosworth Field

    *cackles* Things just can't go right, can they? Great update! Thanks for sharing! :)
  12. List of monarchs III

    Kings of England 1135 - 1163: Stephen I (House of Blois) 1163 - 1179: William III (House of Blois) [1] 1179 - 1201: William IV (House of Blois) [2] 1201 - 1222: Stephen II (House of Blois) [3] 1222 - 1247: John I (House of Blois) [4] 1247 - 1276: Helena (House of Blois) [5] 1276 - 1300: John II...
  13. List of monarchs III

    Kings of England 1135 - 1163: Stephen I (House of Blois) 1163 - 1179: William III (House of Blois) [1] 1179 - 1201: William IV (House of Blois) [2] 1201 - 1222: Stephen II (Ho buuse of Blois) [3] 1222 - 1247: John I (House of Blois) [4] 1247 - 1276: Helena (House of Blois) [5] 1276 - 1300: John...
  14. George Duke of Clarence is not executed in 1478 and survives to 1483?

    In this case, I think it's quite possible that if George starts throwing claims of a precontract on Edward IV's part (or that he was a bastard son of an archer), and Richard sides with the Woodvilles against him (a definite possibility, I think, since George and Richard were often in conflict...
  15. List of monarchs III

    Kings of England 1135 - 1163: Stephen I (House of Blois) 1163 - 1179: William III (House of Blois) [1] 1179 - 1201: William IV (House of Blois) [2] 1201 - 1222: Stephen II (Ho buuse of Blois) [3] 1222 - 1247: John I (House of Blois) [4] 1247 - 1276: Helena (House of Blois) [5] 1276 - 1300: John...
  16. List of monarchs III

    Kings of England 1135 - 1163: Stephen I (House of Blois) 1163 - 1179: William III (House of Blois) [1] 1179 - 1201: William IV (House of Blois) [2] [1] Stephen I recovered from the illness that would have killed in 1154 and lived another nine years, in that time his remaining son William I...
  17. Explain the AH Quote

    General Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1945 after the Americans took Berlin ahead of the Soviets and US soldiers surrounded the fallen leader's bunker, which had been walled up with Hitler, his new wife Eva, and several others inside. Hitler's response to Eisenhower's demand was the first hint that the...
  18. Explain the AH Quote

    President Albert Einstein while visiting groundbreaking biologist Franklin Delano Roosevelt's lab in 1941, referring to a bio weapon Einstein hoped to have to use should the United Principalities of North America have to go to war with South America. It was supposed to be a cross between a...
  19. A Richard for All Seasons - Richard III wins the Battle of Bosworth Field

    *winces* Oh boy, let's see how Richard reacts to this. I mean, neither of the Henrys of OTL took kindly to this kind of thing. Henry VII pitched a fit when Cecily remarried a nobody after her Tudor loyalist husband died, cut her off from her income and generally made their lives miserable until...
  20. Explain the AH Quote

    Edward I of England, translated and paraphrased from the French he would have actually spoken in, concerning William Wallace of Scotland's "getting pissy" when Edward, backed by his armies, decided to move the English border north about a hundred miles. Edward could not comprehend what Wallace's...
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