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RamblingRoyalist

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The Rambling Royalist is the name of my blog. Before that, Royalist Ramblings was my name for my pro-monarchy posts. Both are inspired by the alliterative title of the blog the Mad Monarchist, a key early influence on my monarchism, and to a lesser extent the similar alliteration in the title of Radical Royalist.
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My nickname is the name ofa character in the mistborn novels. The character is a nobleman (a fact hekeeps secret ) who helps the main protagonists

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No rocket science here - I live in downtown Toronto, "TO" to its friends.
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Welcome!  I had a great two weeks in Toronto in June 2010 as a participant in the Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute.  While there I met two Canadian then-members (currently inactive) of this forum, George7/Cornelius, and Caesar.  I loved the statue of Edward VII in Queens Park.
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Mine is thy title given to the highest leader of they city in the book "the search for Fiera", one of my favorite book series, and a nickname I have used for years
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Away back in the mists of time I played table-top RPGs and an article in a magazine had a list of Anglo-Saxon words that you could use to generate proper names so Cenebrand, according to the article means "Fierce Sword" which is a thing one would need to defend monarchism.

Of course the author could have been a complete dunce and my name could mean Forgetful Cow or Limp Carrot or whatever...
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Mars is just my name, and a fairly unique one at that I think, so I just use it in place of fancier things. Although I sometimes have been known to delve into the world of internet nomenclature.

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Away back in the mists of time I played table-top RPGs and an article in a magazine had a list of Anglo-Saxon words that you could use to generate proper names so Cenebrand, according to the article means "Fierce Sword" which is a thing one would need to defend monarchism.


If true, it'd be a pretty good name I'd say.


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