- Alastor definition, an avenging spirit or deity frequently evoked in Greek tragedy; a male Nemesis. See more.
- Wordsworth, Superstition, and Shelley's Alastor
- MARTYN CRUCEFIX.
- ALASTOR “the Grim”
- ALASTOR “the Grim”. (Executioner of Hell). Huge Outsider (Evil, Lawful).
- A Rereading of Wordsworth's Presence in Shelley's Alastor
- of the Poet in Shelley's Alastor,” Paul Mueschke and Earl L.
- Fast food goes gourmet
- That is to say, the pizzas are an effort to appeal to those for whom Domino's is usually only a last or drunken resort.
- Bad in blue
- As Alastor 'Mad-Eye' Moody in the Harry Potter movies, Irish actor Brendan Gleeson made a burly impression in the successful fantasy series.
- FILM REVIEW: The Guard
- Gleeson, perhaps most familiar to North American audiences for his role as Alastor Mad-Eye Moody, runs the gamut in The Guard: a profane Celtic Columbo one moment, the next a son, sweetly laying his mother to rest.
- Know Your Lore: Silvermoon
- Captured when Kael'thas and his forces stormed Tempest Keep, the Naaru vessel that had arrived in the Netherstorm, Magister Alastor Bloodsworn led the development of a means to draw the Light from M'uru.
- Alastor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search. Alastor ( Ἀλάστωρ, gen.
- Alastor, or The Spirit of Solitude - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Alastor, or The Spirit of Solitude.
- Alastor: Or, the Spirit of Solitude
- Alastor: Or, the Spirit of Solitude. EARTH, Ocean, Air, belovèd brotherhood!
- Alastor - Devil May Cry Wiki
- Alastor is a living Devil Arm, the Thunder Sword and "Spirit of Lightning" Alastor, Thunder Devil Al.
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