Archive - Apr 10, 2009

[MID] Coronation of Eikbrandr and Runa

The Barony of the Cleftlands invites you to celebrate the renewal of the Dragon Throne, the Coronation of Eikbrandr and Runa.

[ATE] Wasteland Games

As the warm dry winds gently blow across the high desert wasteland…….ok so maybe they are gusting but that will not stop the Shire of Windale from preparing for Wasteland Games.

[LOC] King Salamander Camping Event

King Salamander Camping Event - Torlyon - May 29th-31st 2009. Help us say goodbye to autumn and prepare for winter.

[ART] Middle Eastern War

Join us among the fantastic red rocks of Southern Utah as we celebrate the Medieval Middle East.

[AET] Regional Fight Practice and Demonstration

A Regional Fight Practice and Demonstration will be held on Saturday, April 11th from 1pm until 5pm at Reynolds Jr/Sr High School. The Shires of Riversedge and Hunter's Home will jointly sponsor this day. There will be no cost to anyone and the public will be invited to watch and learn.

Ritchyrd McUath elevated to Pelican in Atenveldt

At the recent Mixed Weapons War 2009, Their Majesties of the Kingdom of Atenveldt elevated Ritchyrd McUath to the Order of the Pelican.

[MID] Brendokenfest 2009

The Barony of Brendoken cordially invites you to attend Brendokenfest 2009, to be held April 25 at the Tuscarawas County Fairgrounds in Dover, Ohio.

[ATE] Champions in the Pines

BACK BY POPURLAR DEMAND!!! After a great turn out last year we are looking forward to another great Champion's this year.

[ATL] Out of the Darkness

A call to all Archers!!! Get ready to come Out of the Darkness and into Spring with the Canton of Sudentorre, April 25th 2009.

[AET] Melee Madness

Madness in the form of battle fever has once again descended upon the Barony of Endless Hills! The Spanish Inquisition is upon us!

"A Yorkshire Tragedy" added to Shakespeare's works?

British academic John Casson believes that he has discovered previously unrecognized works by Williams Shakespeare. Included in these are a poem, a comedy, and his first two tragedies. Casson also claims to have proof of Shakespeare's authorship of the "lost play" Cardenio.

3 legs beat 4 in Caid

Remember the fun of the 3-legged race at summer camp? Well, maybe it wasn't all that fun, but it is fun when the contestants are in armor, as can be seen in a video from the Gyldenholt/Califia friendship tourney on March 14th, 2009.