Chronicler position

My term is coming to an end and I am looking for a replacement when I step down. I’d like to hear from anyone interested in the position.

Email me at, or contact me on Facebook, if you have interest in the job yourself or if there’s anyone else you believe would do well at it please have them contact me.

Drottin Skjoldrbjorn

Agincourt Thank Yous

This is the first event that I have solo autocratted in about twenty years, which was a daunting task to begin with, but with the support and mentorship of Baroness Constance, I was allowed the opportunity to re-learn in a safe environment. Having a good mentor makes all of the difference and I am grateful to you for being that for me.

Thank you to Their Majesties, Timothy and Gabrielle for attending the event and for Her Majesty for choosing our event to run her Queen’s Rapier Championship.

Thank you to Master Alaric, who arrived early in the morning specifically to help with set-up. It was nice to know that there were extra hands so we could get things up and running as quickly as possible. Also to Baron Robert, Maighstir Liam, Baroness Constance, and Lady Arthes, who got the hall up and running.

Much appreciation to Cody, Mason, and Baron Ixac for helping move things around the hall to make space for court

My deepest thanks for those that helped clean up the hall at the end of the day: Lady Eilionora, Baron Brandubh, Sir Kadan, and Lady Arthes. I am very grateful for your help at the end of a very long day for all of us.

To Lady Alethea Cowle and Maighstir Liam, you both did an amazing job. The food was plentiful, delicious, and you both ran your kitchens beautifully.

Lady Arthes did a fantastic job running Troll and taking pre-registration. You made sure that everything ran smoothly so people could get to enjoying their day. Thank you also for making sure that people were able to close out their financial business by the end of the day. Thank you for your conscientiousness.

Baroness Isabel and Lady Eilionora ran an engaging Artisan’s Playtime that appealed to people of all ages. Thank you for creating a place where people could explore and enjoy A&S activities and, from a couple conversations I heard, sounds like people found some new hobbies.

Our MIC Lady Vika made sure that Queen’s Rapier Championship ran smoothly and her dear husband, Master Jussie was of great help to her all day. I appreciate you both very much and thank you deeply.

Our Archery marshal, THL Katheryn, newest member of the Order of the Scarlet Guard, who braved illness to run the range and arrange some fun shoots for everyone to enjoy.

Baroness Anna created and ran the Taker of Souls tournament for both Heavy and Fencing. People seemed to really enjoy it and we should certainly do that again soon. Hopefully when I can more actively participate as it looked like a lot of fun.

Countess Sir Ariella ran some great scenarios for the fighters and everyone had a great time. Watching pickups was one of the highlights of my day, just seeing fighters enjoying themselves.

Thank you to Baron Robert for running such a beautiful Queen’s Rapier Championship. There were 27 entrants and the procession was gorgeous. Another highlight for me, personally. Also, thank you to Don Jorundr for coordinating with Baron Robert and for running the lists. You are very appreciated.

Thank you to Lady Jasmine (who coordinated with me and found me an MIC) and Lady Ranka (who was the MIC) who made Youth Fighting possible. I thank you both so much for working with me and my lack of familiarity with the site and helping find a way to do Youth Fighting. There was fantastic turnout and I am so glad that we could make that happen.

An additional thank you to Baroness Arianna and m’lady Andruta for marshaling the Youth Fighting.

Drottin Skjoldbjorn was our Royalty Liaison and unofficial runner for the day. Thank you for taking care of all of us so very well and making sure that everyone had what they needed. Your helpfulness is very appreciated.

Thank you to Baroness Arianna for coordinating and running the silent auction to help replenish our Baronial Coffers. A special thank you to everyone that volunteered to donate something and everyone that bid on something.

Without these folks, the people that helped them in ways large and small, and everyone that attended, this event would not have been as successful as it was and has been. Thank you all. If there is anyone that helped that I missed, that is entirely my oversight. Please remind me so that I may thank you publicly for your efforts.

Agincourt & QRC

Agincourt will be held at the Monroeville-Pitcairn Sportsmen’s Club, 505 Mosside Blvd, North Versailles, PA, 15137. The site will open at 9:00 a.m. Saturday 19 October 2019 and close at 9:00 p.m.

This is the final schedule:

For more details, visit the event announcement – – if you did not preregister, please respond to the Facebook Event  if possible ( so we know that you’re coming!

Ve Have Counted!


The contents of the larder have now been cleaned, marked, photographed, and counted! Check out the picture of its new home! (Doggie not included.)

Many thanks go to Elss, Alastar, Myfanwy, and Libby for their help on two Sunday afternoons.  Many a cupcake was slain during this endeavor … thank you, Elss!

If you are cooking for an event and need to use items from the larder, please contact me ( and arrange for a time to pick up.  My address can be found in the Dark Pages.

Next step is to make the inventory available online so you can see what is available for use.  Stay tuned for a future announcement.

In Service,
Alaric, Steward

**** PS. If you are reading this in email format, please try clicking this link to see the photos.

Agincourt & QRC

Agincourt will be held at the Monroeville-Pitcairn Sportsmen’s Club, 505 Mosside Blvd, North Versailles, PA, 15137. The site will open at 9:00 a.m. Saturday 19 October 2019 and close at 9:00 p.m.

Here are your TOP 10 REASONS to attend Agincourt and Queen’s Rapier Championship

10. A new tournament – Taker of Souls – A ribbon tournament with a buy in of a toy for the children’s toy chest!

9. The new tournament includes Heavy Weapons, Fencing, and the spectators. Be part of the fun!

8. Artisan’s Playtime – Bring your projects, bring yourself, and spend a day hanging out with other artisans.

7. Youth Combat! The future of the Society is a joy to see.

6. A delicious feast created by Baron Liam, medieval dishes to tantalize and please the tongue.

5. A fantastic lunch created by Lady Alethea, delicious food prepared with love.

4. Archery! Lady Katheryn has fun and excitement in store for all archers, come and play!

3. Baronial Court and Kingdom Court! Come and see your friends and neighbors be recognized for all of the awesome things that they do.

2. Queen’s Rapier Championship! Come and see the best that the Kingdom has to offer on the Rapier Field. Athletes at the top of their game striving to become QRC is a beautiful thing to watch.

and number one….Spending a day in the company of many interesting, friendly, talented people on a day that is promising to be perfect autumn weather in attractive environs.

For more details, including where to send your preregistrations, visit the event announcement – – don’t forget to preregister or respond to the Facebook Event  ( so we know that you’re coming!

Here is the tentative schedule:


Archery Captain Call for letters

I have been Captain of Archers for our BMDL for about 5 years now, and I feel it’s time to pass on the torch.

In order to apply you must be a target archery marshal.

As Captain of Archers you will be a deputy of the knight marshal, currently the Honorable Lord Robert Pour Maintenant. The job includes up keeping targets and stands, and running weekly archery practices. Helping to assist new and current archers. Submit their royal rounds and award any ranks under master bowmen. It also involves keeping and giving out the BMDL loaner equipment. This is a very full job and I urge you to have a partner to help run the range and deal with loaner equipment.

Please submit a formal letter of intent with why the barony can depend on you to keep the archery community in practice. To submit please send your letter to our BMDL Seneschal (seneschal(at) before December 4th.

Best wishes, your current BMDL Captain of Archers, Lady Katheryn Täntzel.