Re: [SCA Newcomers] new to the sca
- If you are French and like corsets, then a 16th-century French persona may
be just the thing for you. :) If you speak modern French, you will find
16th-century names, texts, etc. a little bit easier to deal with then,
say, 12th-century ones. :) English is the same way; modern readers often
find Shakespeare easier to understand than 12th and early 13th-century
texts such as the Poema Morale or what have you. Anyway, enough tangents.
:) Do you have any specific questions regarding your persona or anything
else? Before I finish, let me say welcome!
Lady Cecilia de Cambrige
> well, im somewhat new to the sca. ive been going to a few events overPax Christi,
> the past few years, but im finally goin to join. So, im trying to find
> a name, persona, garb (for that persona) etc. i really love corsets,
> and would like to integrate that into my persona. im also french, so id
> like to put that in here somewhere too. if anyone can help me get
> started, it would be much appreciated.
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