Re: [SCA-JML] favors
- Solveig <nostrand@...> wrote:
>Noble Cousin!As for preasants. These typically need to be wrapped and should not be
>Greetings from Solveig! Poetry is more of a party game than a party favour.
>unwrapped in the presence of the giver.I would tend to agree with this, even in the modern world, it is more my style.
>As for combat momentos. Those are typically souveneirs returned to lovedone after the death of a warrior. These could be such things as a lock of
hair. Victors in combat would take the heads for prominent warriors and
would display them to their lords. The lord might then award the warrior
with an appointment or promotion of some sort.
Your Humble Servant
I keep thinking that it might be neat to present opponents with little 'kogai' in some form after memorable fights, or simpler ones for regular fights in tournaments or challenges.
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