Court Report for Iron Comet
Here begins the report of the Court of Uilliam and Constance, Baron and Baroness of the Debatable Lands at Iron Comet, 29 August AS L, Drotinn Jorundr hinn Rotinn, Comet Pursuivant, reporting.
Upon ascertaining that all had fun this day Their Excellencies proceeded with the business of Their Court.
There were still 50/50 raffle tickets for sale, interested parties should seek out Baroness Elizabeth Arrowsmyth before the end of court.
Mistress Arianna of Wynthrope spoke of the youth fighting tournament this day. Jay was the victor in his first tournament, on the day he authorized. Sara came in second. Karl was given a token for his enthusiasm and chivalric behavior on the field, His Excellency noted that in Karl's enthusiasm he even forgot his belt, which His Excellency returned.
The victor in the fencing tournament was Sir Kadan Chákhilgan Ger on Echen.
The victor in the heavy weapons tournament was THL Jussi Laplein.
The victors in the archery competition were Lady Ghalyla bint Joseph for the adults and Otto Brandulfarson for the youth.
The victor in the thrown weapons tournament was Lord Robert MacEwin of Thornhill.
The victors in the Arts and Sciences competition were Mistress Baga Aleea, who took part as an adult, and Otto Brandulfarson, for the youth.
The victor in the equestrian tournament was THL Morian McBain.
The Iron Comet Champion was Lord Robert MacEwin of Thornhill, by 1 point. Scroll by Countess Anna Leigh.
The Iron Comet Youth Champion was Otto Brandulfarson. Scroll by Countess Anna Leigh.
Their Excellencies had business with Sir Thomas Byron of Haverford and Sir Ariella of Thornbury. The tactics of these two greatly amused His Excellency during the siege battle, as they helped Æthelmearc to victory with many rocks to the face. Thus in commemoration of this event Their Excellencies presented them with rocks from their own home group so that they might remember this forever.
Baroness Elizabeth Arrowsmyth wished to thank all who came to the event. She wished to thank THL Elss of Augsburg and her kitchen staff for the tasty food of the day. She wished to thank Master Bovi Farmthr for making the Iron Comet Champion Medallions, and Lady Hara Kikumatsu, and Ishiyama-roku-i Gen'tarou Yori'ie for making the kumihimo cords they hung on. She also wished to thank the entirety of her staff for making the day work.
Lord Robert MacEwin of Thornhill, being severely missed as he had been out of Their Excellencies' presence for several minutes was recalled. Their Excellencies noted that Robert has been pursuing the arts martial for some time and prospering, first as a youth and now as an adult, in both fencing and heavy weapons, fighting both forms on the field at Pennsic. For this they awarded Robert a Red Comet. Scroll by THLady Rachel Dalicieux with words by Mistress Arianna of Wynthrope.
Their Excellencies had words for Lady Ceindrech verch Elidir. Ceindrich not only sings in the Debatable Choir but she has put much time into the research of period knitting, especially socks, about which she has taught several classes to share her knowledge and passion. This caused Their Excellencies great joy, and so They awarded her a Blue-Silver Comet. Scroll Illuminated by Baroness Cecilly of Whitehaven with calligraphy by Kameshima-kyo Zentarou Umakai.
Their Excellencies had business with Kameshima-kyo Zentarou Umakai. It appears that the scroll commemorating his Blue-Silver Comet, which had been awarded at Pennsic 43 had finally been completed, thus They were pleased to unite him with it. Scroll illuminated by Ishiyama-roku-i Gen'tarou Yori'ie with calligraphy by Mistress Arianna of Wynthrope.
Another scroll had made its way to Their Excellencies' hands from the backlog list. Lady Rivka bat Danyiel's scroll for her Blue-Silver comet from Pennsic 44 was delivered to her. The scroll being the work of Frusin Bajor's illumination and Istvan Burkos' calligraphy.
Their Excellencies had words for Otto and Carl Brandulfarson. Their Excellencies were well pleased with the activities of these youth of the Barony. They shoot archery, and are youth fighters, further they both competed this day in the Iron Comet, producing fine entries for the A&S competition. Thus Their Excellencies did award them each a Purple Comet. Otto's scroll unsigned. Carl's scroll illuminated by Dame Margaret Makafee with calligraphy by Hieronima de Alcala.
His Excellency wished to laud those who participated in a new activity this day as part of this challenge, and to further challenge everyone else to do so for the future.
Her Excellency wished to thank the populace for the many cards She received during her recent hospitalization, they truly raised Her spirits, and aided in Her convalescence.
The 50/50 raffle was drawn and THL Deryk Archer was the winner.
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