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Discussion in 'Alternate History Maps and Graphics' started by Glen, Mar 26, 2016.

  1. TwiliAlchemist Liberty Trail

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    I chose to have some play and overset my midway oversheet (not inholding my true name nor my whereabouts) into Anglish

    I decided to have some fun and translate my midterm transcript (not including my real name nor my location) into Anglish

    Learner Midway Oversheet

    Midway Marks
    Learner Insight
    Name: Gilbert A. Smith
    Nowenly Broadcast: Stag of Crafts
    Flake: Underward
    Welcome Frist: 2017 Fall
    Welcome Kind: New Freshman
    Timewrit Frist: 2018 Fall
    Lorestead: Openhanded Crafts
    Lorerealm: Bellingham, Wa - Underward
    Overling: Yore

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    Overthede Bookcraft = Transnational Literature
    World Rikes I = World Civilizations I
    Timeline of Americksland = History of the United States
    Underthrows in Witship = Topics in Science
     
  2. The Professor Pontifex Collegii Vexillographiariorum

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    Fyi thwar(t) is a better translation of trans since over has connotations of above i.e. used for super.
    So: Transnational Literature -> Thwarlanden Writcraft/ship
     
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  3. H.Flashman(VC) Well-Known Member

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    "The republicans are calling his presidency disgraceful and thousands of conservative Americans pay publicly in Washington daily for Cruz to be stricken down by God."
    That sentence out of context is very funny, and deserves a TL on it's own.
     
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  4. Jack Hawksmoor Custodes Infinitorum: Multis Mundi, Specula Multa

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    I've made this based on a recent question in a PM.

    Somehow I believe such a TL would be negatively received. I don't have confidence in people seeing it as tongue-in-cheek, instead focusing on enumerating all the ways how implausible it is.
     
  5. Hapsburg Robrotrenominator

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    Made using parts derived from DalTT and other on DeviantArt, from among the Pixel-Archives group (of which I am a contributor).

    Sir Adhemar de Wilde, a human knight of the Tolossian tribe, son of Count Friedrich the Savage. Raised into the culture of courtly manners and feudal obligation, he was educated for war and leadership. His father was a Tolossian chieftain who infamously defected to the dwarven kingdom of Lithuar during a war in the early 780s; most of Friedrich's children died during the next decade of conflict. Adhemar is his youngest, but only surviving son and heir to his feudal estates, born after the peace. In 818, the young Adhemar departed with a small retinue, including his dwarven squire Adeline Wycliffsdottir, to join up with the Free Dorei Army, a volunteer militia dedicated to defending the Dorei Valley against orcish raids. He became a lieutenant to the company commander, and led the vanguard during several town defenses. After his company was nearly annihilated during a battle in 819, he and a small band of militia departed on a diplomatic journey to the Abbey of Tethar. From there, his story becomes muddled in legend...

    Here is depicted in the full armor of a mailed knight with a surcoat emblazoned with the raven emblem of Lithuar, along with his personal device of a black chevron. Pinned to him is the badge of the Confessor Order, who would ordain him as one of their paladins. Just to the right is him without his helmet, in warrior's chain maille. Depicted also is his shield, painted blue and emblazoned with his house's symbol: a black bend with a black raven. Furthest right shows Adhemar clean-shaven, with his hair grown out and neatly combed, in a sky-blue tunic, in such a way as he would have appeared at court before leaving to serve as a soldier in the Free Army.

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  6. WhiteDragon25 Well-Known Member

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    Here are some Communist emblem designs I made in Flag Maker, because I had too many ideas for some and couldn't decide which ones to use for any new flags. Two of the four aren't exactly new: the top-right one has been featured in a few of my new flag designs already, and the bottom-middle one is just the standard Red Star/Hammer & Sickle combination with just the new addition of a circle of chains (though come to think of it, that might be a good emblem to represent Stalinism...).

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  7. BlackentheBorg This is going to become a bad meme

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    Animation cells, featuring Princess Peach (voiced by Fiona Shaw) and King Bowser (voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson), used in Don Bluth's animated feature film "Super Mario Brothers" (1993).

    IMPORTANT: I didn't make these. They were from a project done by a guy called "Kosperry". Be warned looking him up, tho -- he's quite into the Furry scene.
     
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  8. Bulldoggus The Cold, Hawklike Glare of Konrad Adenauer

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  9. BlackentheBorg This is going to become a bad meme

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  10. Bulldoggus The Cold, Hawklike Glare of Konrad Adenauer

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    For the love of God man, make a Timeline!!!
     
  11. BlackentheBorg This is going to become a bad meme

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    Well firstly it's not actually my art -- I found it while browsing and thought I could do something with it. Secondly, I'm not sure there's anything I could do with an Animated Mario movie as a Timeline.
     
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  12. Stretch The One Who Has Seen Too Much

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  13. machinekng We Will Prevail

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    That's kinda diappointing. You should definitely lead with the fact that someone else made it next time.

    As for the concept, I really like the idea. A Don Bluth Mario movie would be bad, but probably a lot more memorable and influential than the live action movie.
     
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  14. BlackentheBorg This is going to become a bad meme

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    Ah, sorry I didn't lead with that, then. Reading it back I now realise that I missed out the crucial wording -- 'here's the rest of the set I found'.
     
  15. Bulldoggus The Cold, Hawklike Glare of Konrad Adenauer

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    It would be like fun-bad with a cult audience of people who grew up with it, rather than just unmitigated, unwatchable bollocks. But I might think on that, with a different history of film from the 90's on in general and vidya game (I don't game at all, so I'd need to do a bit of research there...) film in particular. Of course, the elephant in the room is always that most games either don't lend themselves to film because they're too complex, or they lend themselves to films that already exist (Punch Out! would just be a generic boxing movie, GTA would just be a generic mob movie, CoD would just be a generic WWII movie, I need not go any further). Trends vs. Butterflies.
     
  16. Sirion Democracy is non-negotiable!

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  17. Tsochar Well-Known Member

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    Well, it would be early '90s Don Bluth as opposed to '80s Don Bluth, so it'd probably be closer to trash like Rock-a-Doodle or A Troll in Central Park than watchable like All Dogs go to Heaven or An American Tail.

    I want to know which voice Dom DeLuise would do, though.
     
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  18. Hapsburg Robrotrenominator

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    Made using parts created by DaltTT and others.

    An elf-at-arms of the Eldunari League, c. 837.
    The western coastal region and the Dorei estuary are dominated by the sun elves, a group of high elven peoples whose culture is known for its propensity for commerce and urbanization, and formed the nucleus of the Old Empire. The sun elves came to prefer mixed governments of aristocratic republics. After the fall of the Empire, an alliance of elven city-state organized themselves as a confederation with a joint treasury and army to defend their common interests and fend off attacks by the Orcish Khaganate. The Army of the League retained a great deal of old Imperial military traditions and methods, including close-formation infantry tactics and an intertwining of the military and political elite. Large infantry legions were supported by light and heavy cavalry, with an officer corps of heavy infantry.
    Over time, the lesser nobility were granted large estates in the frontiers, and absorbed some of the knightly traditions of their neighboring human feudal kingdoms. The high cost of maintaining a large army led to the League offsetting much of that load onto the frontier nobility, who were now expected to support border troops out of their own pocket. A core professional army was reduced in size, dominated by heavily armed and armored infantrymen, the equivalent to the human man-at-arms. This army made up for its size with rigorous discipline and organization, as well as dedicated supply and engineering arms. This allowed the highly-motivated, professional army to operate for longer, and engage in long sieges deep within enemy territory. These skills would come into use when the Orcs invaded in 832, and Eldunari was the only country able to execute a counterattack. Their success became a rallying cry for the West.

    This soldier is dressed in a mail shirt with a lamellar coat, armed with a short sword. In battle, he'd likely be wearing a flat-topped nasal helm, and might also be using a short spear.
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  19. Filo Count of Santa Lucia

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    What kind of program you run to drow that?
     
  20. ST15RM Ich bin ein AH.commer!

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    jeff sessions