On a lovely October day did the Crown of the East visit the shire of Endewearde for the purpose of a Royal Hunt. In the evening. They held court to reward certain of Their subjects who deserved recognition. The King was momentarily disconcerted by the presence of a broken black arrow on his throne, and asked Master Godric the meaning of this. Master Godric denied all knowledge of the arrow, stating that his arrows had different flights. Then did the King call for Lord Ane du Vey to bring him mead so that he would be prepared to drink whenever the word “hunt” was mentioned, and at last court was opened.
Firstly, the King spoke, thanking the shire of Endewearde for their hospitality and saying that They appreciated all the support given throughout the reign, from providing garb, to fundraising, to roasting a pig for the Pennsic state dinner.
Their Majesties then called forth Nero Calamus from behind the thrones where he was assisting with court in order to award him arms, for, among other things, working on the pig roast. (more…)