Down to Agincourt
|Title:||Down to Agincourt|
|Length:||~1,000,000 words (as of July 2016)|
|External Links:||Down to Agincourt|
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The outcome's known. Why try?
Return your rusty sword to battered sheath,
bow your head and bend your stubborn knee. Why
take the field when you cannot win the war?
But Harry -- he went down to Agincourt.
- Harry Takes the Field by Bratfarrar
As of January 2019, the stories have generated over 4,500 comments on AO3. The series is known for its expansive worldbuilding, plot twists and quality OCs. It has also inspired many other fanworks.
While technically a WIP, the author has stated in private communication that the series, which will eventually be comprised of eight books, has already been completed in advance of its release. However, the series has not been updated since April 25, 2017.
- Map of the World
- It's the Stars that Lie
- A Thousand Lights in Space
- The Game of God began posting in August 2015.
Fanworks and Fan Activity
Fans of the series, calling themselves Agincourt Agitators Anonymous (A3), also have a tumblr page, a twitter account, and a subreddit for discussion, as well as an annual competition called the Camp Chitaqua Games, named after the fictitious Kansas location of the story.
Some Related Fanworks
- Scenes from Down to Agincourt by TKodami. Hightly recommended and hilarious both.
- Book covers for Down to Agincourt by Bratfarrar - amazing bookcovers for each novel. And also awesome.
- Down to Agincourt Comment Fic by MollyC - hilarious and awesome comment fic all organized in one convenient location. Covers events from Books One through Three.
- De Profundis by MollyC - when Castiel rescued Dean from Hell.
- Opposition by lunariviera - Missing scene from A Thousand Lights in Space, set between Chapters 2 and 3. Cas's tumultuous relationship with the shower.
- What Joseph Saw by AgentFreeWill - Alternate POV from Map of the World, set during Chapter 8, Day 33. Joseph observes things.
- Harry Takes the Field by Bratfarrar - a sonnet inspired by 'Map of the World' and 'It's the Stars that Lie' (and the origin of the series title)