Inspired by his lady, Trumbrand the Wanderer won the rights to the Northern Thrones and to make Kaylah the Cheerful Princess at Ealdormere Crown Tournament!
The third Royal Game Tourney will be held this coming Saturday at Crown Tourney TIME PERMITTING. It will be held after the end of the tournament to decide the heirs of our kingdom, and court. The featured game will be Alquerque. You can find rules on the Games Guild webpage, and you can practice online at the link below. Please note, the only online version of Alquerque I have found so far seems a little buggy, but you should get the gist if things. It plays similar to checkers.
Colyne Stewart, Chancellor of Games
Court of Their Majesties Queen Ragni Dzintara of Amberhall & King Siegfried Brandboern - Fruits of our Labours
Aiden Sceotend - Award of the Scarlet Banner
Dannon Galbraith - Award of the Wolf's Cub
Lucien Galbraith - Award of Arms
Patrov Roelfsson - Award of the Scarlet Banner
I have recently met with the Privy Council and we have come to the decision not to continue hosting the Ealdormere Wiki as a Kingdom.
We will release the database and files to the populace of Ealdormere as we do recognize that the community assembled the content and we want to release that to the populace should someone desire to maintain the Wiki.
If you would like to take over the wiki, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am looking for my first deputy - a Kingdom Cartographer!
I am looking for a deputy to organize and implement the creation of new Kingdom Maps for display and use of the Kingdom Website and the populace at large. While we have some nice digital maps, they are dated and are sorely in need of updating.
You don’t have to create maps yourself (though that would certainly be a nice attribute)
If you are interested is this job please contact me at email@example.com
THL Eirik Andersen
Kingdom of Ealdormere Web Minister
On the thirteenth day of May, in the thirteenth year of the Society, the northern shires were recognized as a true barony of the Middle Kingdom by King Merowald II and Queen Kirsten II. So thus in our northern lands the number of thirteen is no ill omen but a sign of good fortune.
The name of this new barony was Septentria, which, as Duke Sir Finnvarr later explained, was derived from the Latin septentriones, meaning north, northern region, or north winds. The Barony’s arms featured a bear, representing the northern lands, and three interlaced chevronels in honour of the three founding shires—Eoforwic, Ben Dunfirth and Noerlanda. Gillian d’Uriel—who designed the barony’s arms—then became the first Baroness of Septentria.