Re: [SCA-Archery] Re: Inter-Kingdom Guild?
It is good to that they are alive and well and not just limited to combat archers.
On Mar 1, 2012, at 6:36 PM, Des & Jan Howard wrote:
> Apropos the Lochac Company of Archers. Here is the
> reply I got when I asked the latest member about the
> criteria for selection.
> Greetings Ranif
> The Lochac Company of Archers is alive and well
> There was a time where it was very quiet but by no
> means had it demised.
> The Company is always looking for worthy candidates for
> inclusion into it's ranks.
> We also accept recommendations from the populace.
> As a democratic group, we also discuss candidates
> between ourselves for suitability and we have an active
> 'watch list'.
> What do we look for in a candidate ?
> Briefly, the candidate must:
> * be involved in more than one aspect of archery.
> * be well rounded
> * be knowledgeable (teaching etc)
> * have years of consistent service
> * have a body of work
> * have behaviour becoming a peer of the society
> * have the acclaim of their peers
> Further, applicants must be able to shoot well (put
> theory into practice).
> As you can see from the above, we do not concentrate on
> one form of archery. Any candidate must be active or be
> knowledgeable in as many forms (aspects) as possible
> even within the two main fields of Target and Combat
> I hope this is of help to you.
> In service,
> Madog Llwyd ap Madog (Llwyd) LCoA
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This entry from Lochac Canon Lore:
Companionship of the Archers is granted to those who
demonstrate high achievement and service to the Kingdom
in archery, with high levels of chivalry, courtesy,
courtly behaviour and accomplishment. The duties of the
members of this Company are to promote and encourage
their art within the Kingdom of Lochac. They are to
advise the Earl Marshal and the Archery Marshal on, and
do research into, all aspects of the art of missile
weapons. Membership of the Company confers an Grant of
Arms to the bearer, if they do not have one already,
and ranks equal in the order of precedence as the White
Scarf and higher in precedence than other varieties of
grants of arms.
On 2/03/2012 5:19 PM, John Edgerton wrote:
> It is good to that they are alive and well and not just limited to combat archers.