Re: [Ayreton] Re: Barony Question
- Thanks Ian for the look-up. Saves me some time here at the office.Lord Dougal MacAlister the Tardy
Archery Marshal for the Province of Tree-Girt-Sea
Drop-Dead Deputy Midlands Regional Archery Marshal----- Original Message ----
From: ayretontownecryer <ayretontownecryer@...>
Sent: Friday, June 29, 2007 12:34:44 PM
Subject: [Ayreton] Re: Barony Question
Principality Requirements (shortened but good summary due to being
From Corpora http://www.sca. org/docs/ govdocs.pdf
Pg 18 of the .pdf Pg. 7 of the document III C 4.
Canditates for great officers are acceptable
Name and device registered with College of Heralds.
Concensus favoring advancement
Record of well attended events.
Sufficient members of Orders confering patents to foster development
in the appropriate areas
Sufficient fighters as to provide competition for Coronet
A body of principality law.
IN short we have the raw number of members for supporting a
Principality. We have many Peers (orders confering patents) but I
don't know the exact numbers or if they would be sufficient.
Ian the Green
Ayreton Towne Cryer
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- Great... now I'm having post-revel flashbacks.
--- In Ayreton@yahoogroups.com, Folo Watkins <folo@...> wrote:
> >There was some discussion of the Midlands becoming principality,
> >it went nowhere because many felt that as the original core of the
> >Middle Kingdom, why should it become a principality? Of course
> >are many in Michigan who dispute that Illinois and TGS are the
> >original core and founding group of the Midrealm. (It's a friendly
> >dispute.) Some hold the view that if either Illinois or Michigan go
> >Principality, they would concede away their claim as the core of
> >kingdom. I realize it's goofy, but it's out there.
> You can talk about the North Woods and the first of Treegirtsea.
> They're the founders of the Midrealm, on that we all agree.
> But when you cross that Wabash River, hoss, that just don't mean a
> Cuz once you're talkin' Riven, Ole Moonwulf's still the king!
> Cheers, Folo
- Exactly. I just reiterated it here for those who did not make the meeting.Henry
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From: "Tedesco da Venezia" <tedesco@...>
That is what is supposed to happen as per the town meeting that was held at Border Skirmish...
~Tedesco~On 6/29/07, Scribesquire@ comcast.net <Scribesquire@ comcast.net> wrote:
One of the appealing ideas of a shell barony is that the overall barony would in theory have the input of all the groups (in the way of baronial officers and what not).
Anything with a particular group becoming a barony/crown province/grand poo bah would have the issue of the other area groups than being beneath that group.
Again, it is up to each group to decide if thay want to go the baronial route or not. My suggestion is that at the July meetings for all the 6 area groups, the topic be brought up and dicussed. Then at the August meetings, each individual group can vote on it. The seneschals of each group can then either appoint someone to be the laison from thier group to the mayor for this or the seneschal can do it themselves.