John Carbunkle

I am not a young man; have not, in fact, been young for quite some time. I was quite commonly seen at court, and sundry of the socials held by my peers, when I was of an age that such frivolity became me. It has, as I said, been quite some time, however, and now I find that my studies suit me better. Or have even, I might say, become quite all-encompassing. But I presuppose; we shall begin at the end.


Two Cowering Clay Statues