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English 3323's tweet tackle of King Horn, 25 lines per tweet
Samantha 👽 14 Oct 18
1-25:Listen to my song about Murray, the King of the West. Godchild his Queen, attractive beyond compare. Horn, his son of fifteen years also uniquely beautiful; rose red colouring, fair skin like no other. He had twelve friends, goodfellas all
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Samantha 👽 14 Oct 18
Replying to @sam_pantha
25-50:Horn loved two the best: Athulf the best, Filkenild the worst. Upon a summers day King Murray rode along the seaside for sport. He saw by the shore, fifteen ships arriving with Saracens bold. What did they seek, or what did they bring? An answer: “We come to slay.”
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Tess Brilling 14 Oct 18
51-74: The king, and two good men dismounted. They gripped their swords for battle, but the evil men kill Murry with ease.The pagans destroyed the land and killed the people unless they forsook their religion. Godchild wept, as she was the most miserable
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Tess Brilling 14 Oct 18
Replying to @tessbrilling
75-100: Godchild lived under the earth where she served God against the Pagan's demands. If it wasn't for Horn's beauty, he would be dead: "Horn, you are strong...and in 7 years you will grow to be much bigger" So they sent him away...
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Jarad Dubois 13 Oct 18
Asked King Eylmer: "Whatcha lookin fer?" Horn, being best, Said for the rest, "We're from Suddene, Hale and Christian. Kin slain by pagans, Did I say we're Christians? We were shipped off, Sails stripped off, Now we're at your mercy, Don't be a Cersei."
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Jarad Dubois 13 Oct 18
"If ye go to my nation, Say hey to my relation, And tell the evil king, His death bell I'll ring." The ship went to the mer, And they met King Eylmer, Whom Christ did bless. Asked Lord of Westnesse: "Whence have you been? And who are your kin?"
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Butterfly8i8 19 Oct 18
The good King asked "What is your name." "Horn" he replied. "Horn ... Splendid; am a fond of music and am such a good guy, the best in the west. I shall take you to my kingdom, since you are an orphan with nowhere to go" The kingdom they went! (201-225)
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Butterfly8i8 19 Oct 18
The King of the west with his knights showed Horn the mead hall. "To stay is to work; Steward Athelbrus" Called King Aylmer. "Teach Horn to play the Harp, teach him the songs". Horn knew he had to learn, if he wished to stay within the court (226-250)
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Chelsea Fritz 19 Oct 18
251-276 All the ppl in 👑 Aylmer's court LOVE Horn b/c he's pretty, but no one loves him more than Princess Rymenyld. The 💘 🐛 bit her hard. She couldn't speak to Horn herself, so she devised a plan to get Athelbrus to bring Horn to her bedroom 💋 💋
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Chelsea Fritz 19 Oct 18
277-298 👸 Rymenyld feigned illness and urged Ath/Horn to come ASAP. Since her INTENT was unclear, Athelbrus told one of Horn's friends to act like Horn in his stead. Obviously, a girl with bad intentions would be a bad influence on pretty little Horn.
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Beorht1 20 Oct 18
325-348 Not-H cont "I'd rather die than betray Horn." Things get dicey. Hell hath no fury ...R calls N-H ugly and rains an impressive array of curses on Athelbrus' head, who kneels, begs for mercy, starts to babble. "Your father asked me look after him"
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Beorht1 20 Oct 18
299-324 Athelbrus + Athulf show up in R's bedroom. R clasps Not-Horn to her bosom, declares her undying love, and begs "Horn! Marry me!" Not-H whispers sweetly in her ear. "Shut up" he says "I don't even look like him, he's better than any man alive"
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Raphael Marbil Oct 22
350-75: Athelbrus feared her father's anger, but sighed uneasy, Saying, "Sorry for griping. I'll go get Horn, milady." Rymenild, giddy with herself, replied, "I've got a plan. Tell him to meet me after noon! No matter who hears, I WANT him, and soon."
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Raphael Marbil Oct 22
376-400: So Horn met Rymenild as she willed, And as he knelt before her the room lit aglow still! He greeted her with speech so sweetly refined, "Fair Princess, the steward sent me here for you. Speak whatever your desire, and I shall listen in kind."
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Khailla.A Oct 21
401-26: Rymenild, filled with lust, welcomed Horn: “I am in sorrow, I have no rest nor sleep bec. of this desire! Lessen my sorrow, have pity on me... please me.” Horn *off stage, whispers* “Oh dear God...”
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Khailla.A Oct 21
427-48: (After Horn said “no”) Disappointed, Rymenild sighed... her arms became lose, and she fell. Horn picked her up in his arms: “Rymenild, beloved, help me become a knight... Be almighty to my king, earn a higher status so that I can grow.”
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jessica Oct 28
449-474 👑R tells H that he will be knighted by the end of the week but first she gives him a 💍and a cup to take to Aylbrus. H must tell A to go to the King and humbly ask for H to be knighted. A will be rewarded with 💰for asking the king.
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jessica Oct 28
475-498:A runs to the King, says"It would not be foolish to knight H,he will make a 👍knight, it will be fun" The King says🆗, claims H as his favourite.After H is knighted he shall knight his mates because who doesn't need a questionable crew of knights?
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wayV hoe Oct 25
499-524: Horn is knighted by Aylmar, but asks that all his buddies get knighted too. Even tho some of them were kind of evil. Aylmar gives Horn the green light.
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wayV hoe Oct 25
525-552: Horn goes to see 👸🏼R since she’s not at the party. He brings Athulf. 👸🏼R wants to get it on, Horn makes another excuse not to. This time he wants to prove himself worthy, since he’s only 1 day old in knight years.
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Dr. Kenna L. Olsen Nov 29
599-624"We are here to conquer and kill, in no particular order." Horn was having none of that, and though he was only one, took on the Sarazin's from one hundred till none. Horn looked to Rym's ring as he returned home and entered the hall. "King! are you well?"
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Dr. Kenna L. Olsen Nov 29
625-652 “I've had a busy day. Killed some Sarazines. No big deal. Here's a head." The next spring morning the king left to hunt and Fikenhild, the worst, was left behind. Feeling adventurous, Horn went to see R in her room, and found her sitting in the sun, crying.
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Dr. Kenna L. Olsen Oct 28
653-676 H said, "Give me favour, Love: Why do you weep?" R, "I have reason! There's catfishing chaos and now I've a boringly obvious dream. A dreamy fish; he'll burst my...net." H: "The worst curse you can imagine! I pledge you'll know me; I am yours!"
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Dr. Kenna L. Olsen Oct 28
677-700 Much sorrow; R cries. With this, "Love; My bestest love, listen," H stops her tears. H:"fishy." Aylmar rides out; H rests in. Fikenhild: "H said he'd meddle R to swindle you! There was phallic symbolism! He's shagging her now, more, and again..."
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Lisa Nov 4
701-24 After Fykenhild tells the 👑about R and H's💍👑A find H and R in bed. Enraged he yells at H calling him names and then threatens H. 👑A orders H to leave his land or else! So Horn packs his stuff. No one comes to say goodbye to H in fear of 👑A.
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Lisa Nov 4
725-50 Before H leaves he visits R. He tells her he will return for her. He asks her to wait 7 years for him. If he doesn't return in 7 years than she can 💋+💍someone else. They kiss awhile, R swoons to the ground. Horn leaves King A’s land with Athulf.
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Dr. Kenna L. Olsen Nov 4
751-76 Knightly bonds declared; knightly prowess demonstrated; tears shed. Boat and wind take H to Ireland. H finds sons of a king: one, Athyld; the other, Beryld, asks: "intention? name?" H: I am called Godmod. I come from away to find my awesomeness."
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Dr. Kenna L. Olsen Nov 4
777-800 B: "You're so hot; I've never seen such a beautiful knight here. Serve the king with me or I'll die." B, to the king,"He's the hottestestest; let him guard the land. King, "make it so. Give him your glove when you're on the pull."
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Erica Navickas Nov 4
800-824 On the 25th of December, A giant from pagan lands Came to the king. He demanded attention And said, "sit and 👂. If you want to be legendary, And keep all this land, You will fight with three Against my knights. Tomorrow at 🌞 rise!"
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Erica Navickas Nov 4
825-848 King's reply: "I choose Godmod And 2 other 💪 men, With their great 🗡. Am I too optimistic?" Godmod to king: "We will fail... Alas! I'll go alone And strike them with my 🗡." At dawn, Godmod awoke And grabbed his 🗡.
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Shannon Nov 4
849-876: Horn rides out at 6:00am To fight for the Irish men. Under a false name, Horn has the pagan giant nearly slain. The pagans whisper of Horn's might, Fearful of this brave knight, Rival only to Murry the King Of Sudenne, who did not win.
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Shannon Nov 4
878-900: He thought of Rymenhild And stabbed the giant's heart. Horn and the Irish killed the pagans Before they could depart. He got revenge for his father's demise, But Þurston's sons lost their lives.
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James Welsh Nov 4
901-24 "Horn, you're both good and fair, Would you like to be my heir? Oh, and marry my daughter?" "King, after that slaughter I'd rather serve you, a man of sense, But try me again a few years hence."
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James Welsh Nov 4
Replying to @thepaganlord
925-48 Back home, six years hence, Princess R was getting tense. No word from Horn, and soon to marry, She sends out a missive, "Horn, don't tarry," The letters go out, all over the land, A message finds Horn, right into his hand.
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James Nov 18
949-976 Horn asks what he seeks; good Horn of the East, to tell of reluctant Rym's impending marriage. Feels like I've looked everywhere! But to no avail, responds the knave. Tis I exclaims Horn, tear in eye. Go back to Rym and tell of my hasty return!
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James Nov 18
977-998 Glad was the knave as he boarded a boat but drown in a storm he did by mid-trip. Rym roamed by the sea for her love, but a dead knave in sand was all she found. Meanwhile, Horn made haste to king Thurston, to reveal his royal story of vengeance.
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Mandy Irving Nov 18
999-1024: H to KT: "💰me for my service, I want to 🏆my 👸. If you do, I'll have Athulf💍your daughter; he is the best & most faithful." KT: "Hmm.. deal! ⛵️with these Irish to Westernesse." H went aboard just fine; casting anchor in W in the nick of time
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Mandy Irving Nov 18
1024-1050 R's 👰💍news spread. Meanwhile, H went ashore, walked into a forest & met a pilgrim man. H: "Hark, what news have ye?" P: "I've just feasted at the bridal party of a dame named R. She wept greatly. Her hubby is inferior to your beauty & charm."
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Megan Nega Nov 18
1051-74 Pilgrim:"R is in despair b/c her real husband's not there" Horn:"Christ wants me to be stealthy switch clothes with me" Horn dons the ugly cloak but his beauty's no joke so Horn rubs his face with dirt and scowls to make his looks hurt
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Megan Nega Nov 18
1075-1100 Horn is at the gate but the gatekeep makes him irate- so H throws him over the drawbridge and cracks three of his ribs Horn sneaks into the hall in beggar's guise, best of all there H sees his sad love meanwhile Aþulf waits in the tower above
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Tia Christoffersen Nov 25
1101-1124 Athulf wondered what was taking Horn so long. He wept. Meanwhile, Rymenild poured 🍷 for her guests w/drinking horn, as is custom. Horn sat on the ground, helpless and glum. “Gracious 👑 look at me, so thirsty” “What a glutton” thought she
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Tia Christoffersen Nov 25
1125-1148 “Have this 🍷and this🍷too. I’ve never seen a beggar act so bold.” “Dear 👑, I'm a fisherman” Horn told "I came far from the east to here where my net has lied for 7 years. I refuse to drink of cup but drink to Horn of horn!”
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Tiffany LeBlanc Nov 25
L.1149-1174 R: *pours H a drink* drink your fill and tell if you’ve seen Horn. H: *drinks & puts ring in the horn* look and consider what I put in there R leaves w/ her maids — finds ring & worries that Horn is dead. She sends a maid after the pilgrim
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Tiffany LeBlanc Nov 25
L. 1175-1200 R asks: where did u get this💍& y did u come here? H replies: I met Horn waiting for a ship Westernesse-bound. We boarded & sailed but Horn fell ill & died. He asked I bring the💍to u. R: My heart bursts! Horn, for whom I longed is no more!
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Brionnae Nov 26
1201-1226 R falls in despair on the🛏where a 🔪 is hidden to slay that hateful 👑 and herself if H doesn’t show. H appears to comfort his sweet love. “Am I not familiar to you?” 💋💋 H retreats to his knights, heavily armed and disguised, in the woods
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Brionnae Nov 26
1226-1254 H reveals himself to the queen, who tells A “cheer up, H is in the woods” A happily runs fast as a🐎at the news. Joyfully, A returns with H and all the knights, still armed, except H’s loyal companions
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Biki Natt Nov 25
(1255-1276) Horn wouldn't betray anyone even on his deathbed because he and his allies are honorable knights. Horn rang the marriage bells, and went onward to feast at the palace where he reveals to the king that his father was the king of Sudenne.
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Biki Natt Nov 25
(1277-1300) "I, Horn, am an exalted knight who must prove my worth to rule this land. I cannot take over the kingdom until I have won Sudenne back & avenged my father." Thus Horn and his merry crew of companions boarded the ship and set sail again.
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