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New Training Resources Available
5 May 2013

Lindoret of Bryn Myrddin and Gomez De Crecy have posted two new teaching resources. One ... Read More

GRM Quarterly report form added to the Marshallate pages
5 May 2013

The requirements for the GRM quarterly report have been uploaded to the following page: ... Read More

Some editorial updates...
Marshal contacts & Thomas of Darton | 3 May 2013

With the regime change the Marshal contacts page has been updated. I've also corrected ... Read More

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    History

    On the 7th Day of December ASXXXVII (2002), at the Rowany Yule Feast, Scholar Luan an Fael, sponsored by Provost Angus the Barbarian, did play his Free Scholar's Prize in rapier and dagger. The examiners did agree that the scholar had successfully played the Prize and did advance him to the rank of Free Scholar.

    On the 12th Day of April ASXXXVII (2003) at Rowany Festival, Free Scholar Luan O'Cliaranach an Fael, sponsored by Guildmaster ibn Jelal, did play his Journeyman's Prize in the following weapons: rapier; rapier and cloak; and case of rapier. The examiners did agree that the Free Scholar had successfully played the Prize and did advance him to the rank of Journeyman.

    On the 6th Day of April ASXXXXI (2007), at Rowany Festival, Journeyman Luan an Fael, sponsored by Guildmaster ibn Jelal, did play his Provost's Prize in the following weapons: Rapier; Case of Rapier; Rapier and Dagger; Rapier and Cloak; and Rapier and Baton. The candidate was examined by Provost Owain Cantor ap Hughe, Provost Gregory Tortouse de Sloleye, Guildmaster Angus the Barbarian, Guildmaster Caleb Adolphous, Guildmaster Silfren the Singer and Guildmaster Francois Henri Guyon. Following due consideration, his examiners did conclude that the Journeyman had successfully played the Prize and did acknowledge and elevate him to the rank of Provost.

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    The Art and Conduct of the Duel as it pertains to the SCA

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