Re: [SCA Newcomers] Badge Question
- on 10/14/03 5:15 PM, bronwynmgn@... at bronwynmgn@... wrote:
>hehehehe period is perferred but it does help to understand the odd things I
> Well, do you want the SCA answer or the period answer?
might see around an SCA gathering!
> The SCA answer is to wear a pile of necklaces, each with one badge, or toThank you very much!
> wear a bunch of favors hanging off your belt, or what some people call a "brag
> flag" - a single favor with small versions of every single group, personal, or
> award badge you are entitled to. I have had people tell me that it is
> disrespectful to the people who gave you an award if you don't wear the badge
> of it
> all the time. I do not subscribe to this theory.
> The period answer is to wear the one that is related to what you are doing at
> the moment. If you are representing your shire or kingdom, or need people
> from that shire or kingdom to be able to find you, wear the shire badge or
> kingdom populace badge. If you are doing something related to your guild, for
> instance teaching something that you learned as part of that guild, then wear
> guild badge. Carry or wear your own badge if you want to be identified as
> yourself by people who know your badge but may not have met you. For award
> badges, wear them where it makes sense - for instance, I often wear the badge
> of my
> service award when doing service tasks, or the badge of my arts award when
Cristiane de Paxtoun
MKA Tina Paxton
Shire of Seareach
Apprentice, Companions of the Silver Spindle
Atlantian Embroiderer's Guild
Keepers of the Clewe