StratPlayer wrote:partingLance wrote:udscbt wrote:partingLance wrote:HAL9000 wrote:Dracomax wrote:peewee_RotA wrote:Dracomax wrote:have we created an order of knight priests such as the templars, knights hospitalier, etc. yet?
I don't believe we have anyplace worth invading and stealing things from.
what about those dirty heretics who believe in "the outside?"
They don't have anything worth taking. All we need is Time.
Regardless, a knightly organization would be fun. Perhaps the Knight Watchers?
So I should be phrasing it as "Watchman, what of the Knight(s)?"?
Has a certain ring to it, I have to admit.
"Knights-Watchful" (by analogy to "knights-errant"); or simply
"the Knights Watch" (now that a new series of Game of Thrones has started).
I particularly like "the Knights Watch" because Watch can also be intended as that outsider device to measure outsider time.
Quite. And too besides, and furthermore: "watch" can be understood as a verb there, as well as two distinct nouns.
I hesitate to mention this, but if "watch" is a noun, should it not be "the Knight's Watch"?
(...and thus the Great Apostrophe War II was begun...)
Knight's, if there is one Knight watching; Knights', if there are more than one Knight.
The catapults, the Mangonel, Onager, and Trebuchet, might be awards.