Today we're going to start looking at one facet of how polytheistic religions function, their practicality. This is going to be a four-part series (II, III, IV) looking at some of the general facets of how ancient polytheistic religions work. And work is the operative word, more so than many religions and life philosophies you … Continue reading Collections: Practical Polytheism, Part I: Knowledge
Month: October 2019
Collections: The Battlefield After the Battle
Today we're going to talk about what a pre-modern battlefield might look like after the battle is over. Obvious content warning, since this post is going to talk about (and show pictures of) some very ugly things. Popular media has a particular image for the post-battle battlefield that shows up in film, TV and video-games … Continue reading Collections: The Battlefield After the Battle
Collections: The Preposterous Tactics of the Loot Train Battle (Game of Thrones, S7E4)
A look at the tactics of the 'loot train' battle from Game of Thrones (S7E4), in which it turns out, everyone is the fool.
New Acquisitions: How Fast Do Armies Move?
This post is now available in audio format here. Hey guys, this is just a really quick post to address a question I've seen lurking around thinking about my previous post on the logistics of the loot-train battle. No pictures today, just some quick text on the topic. A lot of readers were throwing up … Continue reading New Acquisitions: How Fast Do Armies Move?
Collections: The Preposterous Logistics of the Loot Train Battle (Game of Thrones, S7E4)
We're going to talk about the comically nonsensical logistics of the "Battle of the Goldroad" from Game of Thrones (S7E4), commonly just called the 'Loot Train battle.'