Heyy I’m back
Continue reading Chapter 2 – Page 20
I’m reading a couple of books, inc the trial at the end (a lot of mention of traitors) and one on basically how gay would we consider close male friends in the 16-17th century
Will be back ASAP
Tester beds are pretty cool.
Also I am not drawing a pattern on those sheets pretend there’s one there.
Also no pillow for him rn just the weird barrel-pillow
Also he didn’t pack his nightshirt what with him having to buy extra nightshirts, he’s gonna have to go to the tailor to get more shirts. W/e though he can afford extra clothes.
Watermen are the ferries for when you don’t want to go to the only bridge in London. It took literally an hour to cross London Bridge. Why the hell would you want to go on that if you can avoid it?
Sweaty angry boy
One day delay rn, posting the comic tomorrow rather than today.
I checked whether “lunch” exists in shakespeare’s writing.. it does not
Dinner it is!
I can’t not include Shakespearean swears. They’re more relevant than the modern translation here, which would be “you McDonalds-eating commoners”. He knows Catesby has money troubles and the plan won’t work if he can’t find a place near or next to where the King will be.
Baboon is also shakespearean and from the same character (Falstaff). It’s used in pretty much the same modern way.
Image: Catesby turns towards the sound of Thomas Percy who is off screen.
Percy: CATESBY! CATESBY!