Category Archives: Documentaries
This will be my first video series! I’m going to tell you all about old stuff – as the title suggests! 😉 The people of BattleMerchant.com were so nice to provide me with this epic sax shown in the video … Continue reading
I just stumbled across this interesting video, so in case you’re interested in Swedish, Norwegian, Danish and such you might enjoy watching this one 🙂 As some of you might know I’m practicing Swedish every now and then which I … Continue reading
I mean, could the vikings swim in their chainmail or did they just drown when they fell overboard? Find out in this video made by my friends over at Kaptorga what happened when they tried it themselves!
Those Kaptorga guys are slayin it 😀 They made a video about fighting with knife and shield and explained how to block an opponent. Since I’m about to get my hands on a seax replica myself I really enjoyed watching … Continue reading
Late night documentary watching (and almond-eating 😀 )! The history of the Ulfberht swords is quite interesting, it even got plagiarized with different variants of spelling the name “Ulfberht” which is embossed in the blade. Definitely recommend to watch … Continue reading
Well… what shall I say 😉 I guess something along the lines of “Do not humanize animals!” … but then again, we’re just monkeys in shoes ourselves 😛
Have a merry yuletide, everyone!
I know I’m sharing a lot of videos but that’s what my blog is about. Sharing my findings with you guys and promoting a good mix of fun and learning 😉 Here we go with this interesting video I … Continue reading
Since I’m part slavic, my great grandparents came from Silesia, I like to go astray from my path a bit and explore the slavic realms of mythology. I also started to learn a bit of russian, but please don’t make … Continue reading
Hey, look what I dug up! I gotta check out their whole channel now because this video about the norse pantheon and how all is put together is promising!
With more and more photos on the internet of beautiful women holding cute foxes I thought this little guy might be fit for a quick reality check 😉 Foxes are awesome little buggers but they’ll tear your home to shreds … Continue reading
Beavers are fascinating animals, we got them on the european continent aswell as in the U.S.. Although their work maybe isn’t always that welcome, it’s still incredible what castles they are able to create.
I’m very much in love with these landscapes!