RE: [SCA Newcomers] Re: Non-medieval characters?
- Greetings to the List!
As Much as I love ancient Egypt (ex-archaeology major here) they really
are inappropriate to the SCA. There is a valid excuse for the Aztek
persona, there was interaction between the New World and the Azteks late
in the SCA period; but that justification really doesn't work for ancient
Egypt. Sorry if this seems negative, just my $.02 worth.
> You might try seeing how people with the roman personaes do their
> and go with that. You might find the influences you need to do it right.
> not doubting that you could do ancient egyptian, however, you might be
> to "fit in" more easily if you do a later period, but still study the
> culture you like.
> You might also consider studying your personal heritage. that is what I
> and have never turned back since.
> Regardless, I would keep at it. After all I know a knight/pelican that has
> been in the SCA for a number of years and has an Aztec personae.
> ~Gintaras, C.R.C.~
>>From: chemistbb3 <email@example.com>
>>Subject: [SCA Newcomers] Re: Non-medieval characters?
>>Date: Mon, 01 Mar 2004 19:21:32 -0000
>>If you are talking pyrimid building Ancient Egypt, that is REALLY pre-
>>period for the SCA. I know of a couple of folks that have stretched
>>the time, but I would think that is too much. There were Egyptians
>>in period though...
>>--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Nicole"
>> > Heya,
>> > I got into the SCA through my fiancee who's very into it. I gave it
>> > try and I like the organization so far, but I'm having one big
>> > dilema: I can't find a medieval character I can get into. It's not
>> > necessarily the time period, but more a lack of the availible
>> > cultures that you can get into.
>> > So, I was curious...does anyone know if there's any problems with
>> > reinacting say...an Ancient Egyptian persona? Sure, you're a couple
>> > thousand years off from everyone, but I figure it's better to stick
>> > out a bit than to ruin the SCA for myself trying to carry off a
>> > persona I don't enjoy.
>> > There's just nothing on the site giving any restrictions on or
>> > preferred time spans, so I figured I'd prod everyone here. ;)
>> > Thanks muchly,
>> > Nicole
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