And so it was that Their Majesties, Emperor Brennan and Empress Caoilfhionn, did travel to the Province of Malagentia and attended the Great Northeastern War on 12 July, 2014 (AS XLIX).
The following gentles were Awarded Arms:
Védís Iðunardóttir, scroll by Magdalena von Kirschberg
Ada Wright, called “The Little Loom Girl”, scroll by Harold von Auerbach
Brenden Crane, scroll with illumination by Lisabetta Medaglia, words & calligraphy by Nest verch Tangwistel
Krystyan Foljambe, scroll by Constance de St. Denis
Sweyn Mac Auliffe, scroll by Robert of Stonemarche, words by Aneleda Falconbridge
Laura of Panther Vale, scroll by Brangwyne of Wentworth
Sam of the Goff, scroll by Eowyn Eilonwy of Alewife Brook
Duncan Ian Graham, scroll by Sorcha Dhocair inghean Uí Ruairc, words by Ulrich Reinhart
Solveig Bjorndottr, scroll by Altani Khatagidai
Kasia Farlunder, promissory scroll with illumination by Lady Katharine of Caithness, calligraphy by Kay Leigh Mac Whyte
Ellen of Shrewsbury, scroll with illumination by Agatha Wanderer, calligraphy by Gwillim Kynith, words by Aneleda Falconbridge assisted by Aldreda de Tamwurthe
Michael the Unsure, promissory scroll by Alexandre St Pierre
Audrye Beneyt, scroll by Aldis Thorbjarnardottir
Cecile Du Pearche, scroll by Alisay de Falaise
Elspeth of Endewearde, scroll by Elen Alswyth of Eriskay
Muirenn Ban, scroll by Cristiana Crane
Trian O’Bruadair, scroll by Cristiana Crane
Tobias Troa, scroll with illumination by Camille des Jardins, words by Bryn Millar
Camille des Jardins was called before the court, and inducted into the Order of the Golden Rapier. She received a scroll with illumination by Isabel Chamberlain, words by Michael Acrensis, calligraphy by Anna Mickel von Salm
The following gentles were inducted into the Order of the Silver Crescent:
Baintighearna Ruadhnait inghean Ruaidhri, scroll by Emma Makilmone
Sabina Luttrell, scroll by Aleksei Dmitriev, words by Malcolm Bowman & Fergus Redmead
Roland de la Mar, scroll by Anna Mickel von Salm, words by Bryn Millar
Samuel Peter DeBump, scroll with illumination by Camille des Jardins, calligraphy by Anna Mickel von Salam, words by Michael Acrensis
Andre qui boit du Lai was called before Her Majesty Caoilfhionn, and presented with a Queen’s honor of Distinction. Scroll by Eva Woderose, words by Lucien de Pointivy
Having been sent on vigil at the start of the day, Anne Meckil von Salm, known as “Mickel” and Maxton Gunn, known as “Max” were called before the court. They were each inducted into the Order of the Laurel, and received matching books. Hers was bound by Carolyn and Julian de LaPointe, featuring calligraphy by Carolyne de la Pointe, illumination by Camille des Jardins, Q, Ro Honig von Sommerfeldt, words by Aneleda Falconbridge, Jean de Montagne, Sylvia du Vey. His book was bound by Carolyn and Julian de LaPointe, featuring calligraphy by Alexandre St Pierre, illumination by Carolyn de LaPointe, Camille des Jardins, words by Jean de Montagne, Michael Acrensus, Christian Woolfe, Cedric of Thanet, Sorcha Rie Aedh, Aneleda Falconbridge.
It was announced that the proposed Riding of Raven’s Bridge in the capital district of Augusta, Maine that is sponsored by Malagentia was Granted Incipience.
Godric of Hampton presented the War Arrow for Pennsic to Their Majesties.
Duke Kenric announced the Belted Champions Team for the Pennsic War.
The largest number of children to thus far participate in Her Majesty’s Children’s Service initiative were recognized.
The running of the Royal Toy Box occurred
There was an intermission, during which many enjoyed the meaty fruits of the 2nd Wurst Fundraiser.
Eastern Crown Herald
PS – Thank you for Heraldic assistance to Kenric æt Essex, Jean de Montagne, Donnovan Shinnock, Anastasia da Monte, Simona bat Leone, Iain of Malagentia, Cezilia Raposa, Rosina von Schaffhausen, Kirsa Oyutai, Connall An Doire, Andreiko Eferiev and Martyn de Halliwell