That's a question with several answers. I'll give a few short ones.
1. To be recognized as having the qualities to be a peer of the knighthood.
2. To be an honorable, chivalric individual who has attained a certain
degree of prowess in the SCA fighting arts.
3. To be relatively comitted to the SCA, swelling its ranks, and improving
the overall quality of marshal activities therein.
That seems to be what I've observed so far. But really, I think many would
tell you discovering the answer to that question is a big part of becoming a
Barony of Tir Ysgthir, Atenveldt
On 2/27/07, J <thelast2003@...> wrote:
> What does it mean to be a knight? im asking this to any knights,
> squires or men-at-arms on this forum, looking for opinions.
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