Horizon:Volume 2B Preface
- I doubt anyone will read this before reading the actual book, so this will include spoilers.
Of the two Marys that are Scarred’s true identity, Mary Stuart has recently been reevaluated and Mary I is still viewed poorly.
This is due to the “Bloody” thing and her continued hatred of Anne Boleyn, who was the cause of her mother’s divorce, and her half-sister Elizabeth. It is also due to almost making England a vassal state of Catholic Spain in her marriage to Felipe II.
But even as a staunch Catholic, Mary I did not give England’s throne to the Catholic nations and she handed the throne to her half-sister Elizabeth shortly before her death. There was probably some scheming and obligation involved in that decision, but I think that Mary I was definitely an “English Queen”. In a way, she might be the greatest victor in regards to Elizabeth.
As a character who bears all that complexity, Scarred gained her scars as a Mary who worked for her own sake rather than a Mary who was a contrast to Elizabeth. The scar on her face does not make her a contrast to her younger sister; it proves that she is a completely different person.
She generally wears an English uniform below the cloak, but she omits the scarf as a sign of her freedom. But as a form of internal discipline, she braids her hair. And as a surprisingly active person, her normal outfit is reminiscent of a shirt and jeans.
I think she is the type to go out shopping while so defenseless it makes others worry.
Kyoukai Senjou no Horizon - Horizon on the Middle of Nowhere - 2B
Position: Representative of England’s Fourth Level?
Style: Versatile Spirit Spell User
Special: Gentle Disposition
Faction: Oxford Academy
Position: Chancellor and Student Council President
Style: Versatile Spirit Spell User
Special: Fairly Airheaded
England is alocated over the ocean north of Hexagone Française.
Thanks to the Celtic fairies and the ley line research carried out by the indigenous people,. After the destruction of Rome which temporarily conquered them,
But in 1066←Important, ←Important
After gaining and developing connections to the mainland, England [underline]became involved with the succession of the French throne and the Hundred Years’ War began.
England lost its opportunity to expand into Hexagone Française. they avoided interference from other nations and As they gained private funds, they paved the way to an ←Very Important
Through the Reformation, England created the Anglican Church and became an isolated nation that was not influenced by other nations. This policy was established in the age of Fairy Queen Elizabeth.
Name: Thomas Shakespeare
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Tragedy of Oxford (Far Eastern Translation)
Cavendish: Hi, this is Cavendish, the most sensible of the Trumps and therefore the most often overlooked. Today’s article is about a tragedy that occurred at Oxford Academy. The commentary will be provided by sharp-tongued O’Malley who was there at the time.
O’Malley: Could someone please tell those idiots that all-you-can-eat, festivals, banquets, and competitive eating are all different things? And you’re not overlooked because you’re sensible. It’s because you always hole up in your ship as a mermaid.
Cavendish: This dryad’s sharp tongue is far too indiscriminate! And I don’t want to hear anything from the one who stops by my ship and eats all my snacks. A-anyway, feel free to leave a comment on the video.
“Oh, this is the video of me, isn’t it? I sure ate a lot. It’s best to leave no regrets in life.”
“I think you left someone else with some pretty major regrets.”
“H-huh? Why am I showing up in the background?”
“Mito-tsan, you’re probably trying to look flustered, but I think you should show more restraint in your portions there.”
“Eh? That’s a perfectly normal amount!”
“What were you people doing while I was preparing for that meeting?”
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