Re: Lack of local Herald
- --- In email@example.com, "Ezequiel" <sekinakagawa@...> wrote:
>I second what Nakagawa-dono has said. You are not limited to working
> Noble one a note on herealds, I don't know about all kindoms, but at
> least in Atlantia you do not need to submit through a local branch
> herald, you can get directions fron the internet site.
with your local herald. My very first heraldic entry went through a
consulting table at Pennsic, and later, due to there not being a local
group established where I live anymore, I dealt with either the
kingdom herald or his regional deputy most of the time.
The downside is, you do need to stay on top of your submission's
progress yourself, and do a lot of your own research. A good local
herald can be an excellent advocate for you if problems come up. It
was very frustrating to have to hunt down people long-distance to
explain to me exactly WHY and WHAT was the matter with my submissions.
Ki no Torame
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "autumnriver" <tace@...> wrote:
> I second what Nakagawa-dono has said. You are not limited to workingI was utterly appalled when somebody came to me with name questions.
> with your local herald.
When I asked if he'd gone to the consultation table, he told me that
the kingdom people said to see me. I am not a herald. I have never
BEEN a herald, and I am not all that well versed in Japanese naming
practices or it wouldn't've taken me three years to pick a name for
myself! Besides, the consultation table HAS the book, not me.
Saionji no Hanae