On a soggy Thursday afternoon, Caoilfhionn Banri opened her court at the Gulf Wars in the Kingdom of Gleann Abhann.  She called before her Millicent Rowan and Gregor Mac Eoain and inducted each into the Order of the Silver Rapier. She further awarded Gregor Mac Eoain Arms and made him a Lord of the Eastern Court.  Court was then suspended.

That night, the winds did howl, the rain poured down, and the East gathered in the Royal cabins to wait out the severe weather. When it was calm again, the populace poured out to survey the damage. The mighty Eastern force, helped right blown over tents, clear storm damage, offered hot food and beverage to those who no longer had any.

On a damp and gray Friday morning, Caoilfhionn reopened her court. She spoke of pride in her forces both on and off the battlefield. She spoke of bravery and comportment on the list shown by the fighters who fought at her side and in her name.

She called before her Sorcha Dhocair and inducted her into Order of Valor of the East.

She then began to speak of the generosity of her Eastern Force. She saw people come together to help friends, neighbors and strangers pick up the pieces left by the severe storm. She remarked upon how food and beverage magically showed up into the royal cabin to feed everyone who had taken up refuge there. She spoke with pride on how a little wind could not stop the East. And with that, she inducted the Eastern force into the Company of the Pennon of the East.

  • Aethelhafoc Caegfindan
    Aiden McShane
    Alesone Gray of Cranlegh
    Antonio Patrasso
    Asa in Svarta
    Avelina Keys
    Caitrina Gordon
    Collin Monro of Tadcaster
    Cristoff Gocherhan von Loch
    Edward Gray
    Elglin of House Eagle
    Elizabeth Elenore Lovell
    Gregor Mac Eoain
    James O’Gallehger
    Jan Janowicz Bogdanski
    Jon Blaecstan
    Juliana von Altenfeld
    Llewellyn Walsh
    Lupold Hass
    Martin Wasser Speier
    Medhbh inghean Ui Cheallaigh
    Melchior Kriebel
    Melisande of the Gryffon Wood
    Millicent Rowan
    Nuno Cabral do Mar
    Ommadan an Luch
    Raziya Bint Rusa
    Saikhan Saran
    Simon Gwyn
    Siubhan Wallace
    Sorcha Dhocair
    Thomas of Effingham
    Urrāka al-Tha’labiyy
    Violante du Porto

And thus closed the Court of Caoilfhionn Banri at Gulf Wars in the Kingdom of Gleann Abhann.

I swear these words to be right and true. I respectfully submit these into record by my hand.
Baroness Alesone Gray of Cranlegh, OL.