Get out our inkwells and quills, it’s time to compose an epic poem! From now until April 21 you can enter your wonderful works in our poetry contest over on Discord.
Get inspired by The Song of Roland, a French chanson de geste from the 11th century, a period when French literature was producing masterpieces;
King Marsilies he lay at Sarraguce,
Went he his way into an orchard cool;
There on a throne he sate, of marble blue,
Round him his men, full twenty thousand, stood.
Called he forth then his counts, also his dukes:
"My Lords, give ear to our impending doom:
That Emperour, Charles of France the Douce,
Into this land is come, us to confuse.
I have no host in battle him to prove,
Nor have I strength his forces to undo.
Counsel me then, ye that are wise and true;
Can ye ward off this present death and dule?"
What word to say no pagan of them knew,
Save Blancandrin, of th' Castle of Val Funde.
Flex those rhyming muscles to write your very own verse about your battles and adventures in Conqueror’s Blade: Paragons, then post it in the contest Discord channel to be in with a chance of winning a Paragons Battle Pass and Sovereigns!
Check out our contest rules here, and make sure you enter before April 21 (23:59 CEST)!