I'm having a hard time with this brand of English.
Hi boulet!Not the best job with punctuation, but I thought it certainly readable. What is the problem, exactly?-clash
I guess it's the old English vocabulary. I insisted a little more and had a good laugh. I know peepz complain on fora that it's enough with Monty Python jokes but witchcraft trial by swan and scale made me chuckle. Sounds like they had a good time playing.
Indeed! It's a very different take than my guys would do, but refreshing. I loved the catholic finder, but wonder exactly how he got that angel heart... :D-clash
I guess the comic angle is one way to deal with the gloominess of religious conflicts. I can't blame them to go that way.
The humor was very British - not typical 'Merkin goofiness. It had a nice satirical logic to it. :D-clash
I couldn't say if it was made in UK or elsewhere. I'll trust your judgement on this and also Brits are known to make fun of themselves. If they are indeed British this AP is the best ode to your skills and hard work: the cunning Yankee fooled the redcoats into playing their own (alt) history!
I'm not saying they are Brits - I have no idea - just that that type of humor - or should I say "humour"? - is thoroughly British. :D-clash