The official twitter account tweeted out the noble sacrifice early this morning.
"We offer this as a sacrifice. You can have it, just don't destroy anything else," tweeted the noble knights of dinner theater.
If this actually works, not only will I bend the knee to Medieval Times, but I will feast at their dinner arena at least once a month.
It's also worth reminding everyone that back in May, the owner of the "I-4 Eyesore," said the building would be completed by Thanksgiving. For some historical perspective, iPods didn't exists when construction began on this thing.
Dear Hurricane Irma,— Medieval Times FL (@MedievalTimesFL) September 6, 2017
We offer this as a sacrifice. You can have it, just don't destroy anything else.
Central Floridians pic.twitter.com/quqnxy6HEf