Re: [SCA Newcomers] I got my blue card....
- Must be a change since the info went into the elusive March edition.
--- In email@example.com, "Steve Rourke"
> Actually The Central Regional A&S Minister in Ansteorra is H.L. Asa
> Central Regional Hospitaler & MoAS Canton of Loch Ruadh
- Come, Come to the dark side young one... (LMHO)
I was working on that myself (deputy herald-in-training) until
the "other thing" came up. I thing heraldry, both field and book, is
a lot of fun. Well, it is something I can fall back on later.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, R Gray <winterstar74@y...> wrote:
> Go Jack Go! I've been thinking about taking the
> plunge myself and going for my shire's Herald
> position. Our current Herald is only around until we
> find a replacement or until the end of the year,
> whatever comes first, & we have about 6 or so active
> members, most of whom have been in the SCA for 10+ yrs
> but still! Eeeeeeeekkkkk! Am I ready for that kind
> of committment? (Or am I ready to be committed?!)
> Anplica de Spina
> Must be a change since the info went into the elusive March edition.The change became effective at Coronation in January, but like many things
it takes time for the chroniclers to make the nessesary changes.
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- --- chemistbb3 <email@example.com> wrote:
> Come, Come to the dark side young one... (LMHO)LOL - Well we'll just have to see. Our shire's
meeting is tonight, & I faxed my application for
membership yesterday, so there's nothing to stop me
from becoming one with the dark side (or would that be
the sable side?). I did find a name for myself, and
an working on a blazon by myself, so maybe I have what
Of course, if I become a herald, wouldn't I just HAVE
to go out shopping for lots of fun books and fabrics
and other stuff. Hmmmmm...maybe I should do that
Anplica de Spina
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