Re: [SCA-JML] Re: Japanese Scrolls
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> Interkingdom Anthropology moment: In some kingdoms, they don't readI just read the section on creating laurels, and the West Kingdom
> from the scroll at all, they read a one-litany-fits-all from a
> Ceremony Book: to the degree that the populace can identify what
> the recipient has been called up for in five words or less. http://
book of ceremony specifically mentions the possibility of reading
from a scroll. The text in the book of ceremony states that it is to
be used when a scroll is not available. Some kingdoms are much more
proactive than other kingdoms are in producing scrolls in advance of
awards being given. Interestingly enough, the West Kingdom book of
ceremony provides for four different formats at least one of which I
have no recollection of ever seeing performed in an Eastern-Rite
kingdom. This is the seek out the candidate technique. I'm also
pretty certain that the king informing the order format is rare in
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