Word of the Week: ‘Guileful’ (adj.) – full of guile, deceitful, devious
‘Amongst the soldiers this is muttered:
That here you maintain several factions,
And whilst a field should be dispatched and fought,
You are disputing of your generals.
One would have ling’ring wars, with little cost;
Another would fly swift, but wanteth wings;
A third thinks, without expense at all,
By guileful fair words peace may be obtained.
Awake, awake, English nobility!
Let not sloth dim your honours new-begot.’
Henry VI, I.i
Voiced by Slye
Behind The Voice:
Slye says “I’m the writer in our troop, and one day I’ll plot a way to perform as the Hero too! Some of the Beasts think I’m a bit of a trickster, but really it’s just because I’m the smartest one.”