"Five Templars walk into a bar...."
November 4th, 2010
Pencil and Ball-point pen
Well...for these guys its more like:
It seems we've found our favorite (and not-so-favorite *coughsdeRidefortcoughs*) Templar boys trying to drown their sorrows at the bottom of the bottle. Don't know if I can blame 'em much, they all have a lot of problems.
Maybe we can help them by playing some really self-indulgent pity-party music. Something like..."Welcome to my life"
by Simple Plan. [link]
Or maybe a more sorrow-evoking atmosphereic music so we can get in the "my life really sucks" mood.
Like, "In the Arms of an Angel"
by Sarah McLachlan. [link]
That sounds like a sad rainy day kind of song.
Or perhaps, if you just want to evoke the feeling of being wasted out of your mind: "The Piano has been Drinking (Not Me)"
by Tom Waits. [link]
Now that we have some background music, let's see what our friends are up to...
Godfrey. Of course.
(it wouldn't be a proper Templar picture without Godfrey!) He's sad and lonely because he has no friends.
Poor Godfrey. *gives Godfrey a hug*
Gerard de Ridefort: Yeah, Gerard, you DO fail at life. Your sad expression *almost* makes me feel sorry for you. But I don't. Go throw yourself off a cliff. Yeah, that's what you get for screwing everyone over at Cresson and in general just being an idiot.
Okay well....maybe that was a bit harsh...maybe...
Poor unloved Templar. All you wanted was just to be loved.
*pats on the head* Dude, you need to try and move on. Just because the only two women you ever possibly could love in your life totally just dissed you...well. Nevermind. Just go cry your little heart out. "The tear, that has been a stranger to these eyelids for twenty years"
also can moisten somewhat with heavy drinking.
looks like he's been doing some heavy drinking, if the number of empty glasses, tankards and bottles are anything to go by.
Oh, Jacques de Molay, way to put everything in perspective....
What a Debbie Downer. [link]
You get a virtual
if you can guess whose picture he has his dagger stuck through. Though the fleur-de-lis may have given it away. Actually, I think that
just gave it away.
Jacques de Maille. Sleeping. As usual.
Apparently Jacques isn't going to let himself be deprived of sleep for the sake of any problems he has.
Well guys, I guess we all have our own little problems, don't we?
As always, enjoy! Left to right: Godfrey de Montferrat, Gerard de Ridefort, Brian de Bois-Guilbert, Jacques de Molay, and Jacques de Maille.
Godfrey de Montferrat belongs to "Crown of the World" by Nathan Sadasivan
Brian de Bois-Guilbert belongs to "Ivanhoe" by Sir Walter Scott
And Gerard de Ridefort, Jacques de Molay and Jacques de Maille all belong to history.