RE: [Ayreton] Sad missive from Tessa and Lutr
- I think that's a marvelously wonderful idea!!!
--- "Sheehan, Justin" <JSHEEHA3@...> wrote:
> Cheers to that, Earik.
> In consternation,
> Eoghan O'Siodhachain
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ayreton@yahoogroups.com on behalf of Earik
> Sent: Sat 5/17/2008 9:57 PM
> To: Ayreton@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: Re: [Ayreton] Sad missive from Tessa and
> Let us hope that the only entrants in the ad-hoc
> tourney are Lutr and Tessa.
> On Sat, May 17, 2008 at 5:23 PM, Kathy Harrig
> > the latest:
> > Greetings unto the Noble Populace of the Midrealm
> from Duke Palymar of the
> > Two Baronies, Regent of the Midrealm,
> > In the past few days, we have witnessed many fine
> examples noblesse oblige,
> > as people have lent their voice in support of
> friend and Kingdom. In an
> > effort to ensure the succession of the Royal
> lineage, and with support of
> > the Board of Directors of the SCA, Inc., an ad hoc
> Crown tournament will be
> > held on Sunday, May 26, at 10 am., prior to the
> already published and
> > announced tournament.
> > This tournament will be open to Sir Lutr Ulfskjald
> and those combatants and
> > consorts who are found to be acceptable to the
> > Following the conclusion of this tournament, the
> victor will immediately be
> > Crowned King and Queen of the Midrealm and the
> previously advertised Crown
> > tournament will commence as scheduled.
> > Complete details will be posted on the Crown
> Tourney website in the near
> > future.
> > Thank you all for your patience and understanding
> during this unprecedented
> > occasion in the Midrealm,
> > In Service,
> > Duke Palymar of the Two Baronies
> > Regent of the Midrealm
> > *Technomancer <technomancer90@...>* wrote:
> > The following is from legio about the current
> > With sadness,
> > Gavin
> > -
> > http://www.legiodraconis.com/
> > Sad missive from Tessa and Lutr
> > To to the populace of the Middle Kingdom,
> > We write this missive with a heavy heart. As of
> last night the BOD has
> > terminated our reign. During the period when Tessa
> was recovering from her
> > shattered elbow and surgery, we had a hard time
> juggling personal life and
> > SCA life. Our membership renewal was lost in the
> mail and by the time we
> > realized it, our membership had lapsed for 3 days.
> According to Copora, that
> > leads to an automatic termination. We are very
> sorry for any hurt or pain
> > this may cause to the populace of the Middle
> > Our kingdom is the best in the knowne world due to
> it¢s populace. We
> > appreciate the support that we were given. It was
> truly incredible. We hope
> > that everyone will give the same support to our
> successors no matter who
> > they might be.
> > Tessa & Lutr
> > ----
> > More info from Midrealm Regent
> > It is with absolutely no joy that I find myself
> Regent of the Middle
> > Kingdom. Her Grace Aislinn will be assisting me in
> those duties.
> > While this is a very unusual situation, it does
> will not require vast
> > changes to the day to day operation of the
> > We already have a Crown Tourney scheduled to take
> place on Sunday May 25th.
> > The format and manor of the tourney will be the
> same as every other Crown
> > Tourney. The only difference will be that on that
> day the winner will be
> > Crowned Sovereign and the gentle they fought for
> will be Crowned Consult.
> > The new King and Queen will serve for the duration
> of the normal summer
> > reign. At a time and place to be determained later
> this summer, another
> > Crown tourney will be held to choose the Heirs who
> will then step up in
> > September.
> > If anyone has any questions, please do not
> hesitate to contact Duchess
> > Aislinn or myself.
> > With a bit of hard work and determination, the
> good works of Lutr and Tessa
> > need not be wasted.
> > In Service,
> > Palymar
> > Midrealm Regent
> Ld. Earik MacSkellie
> Squire to Sir Galem Lionel Ostwestly
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