The King and Queen of Drachenwald have called for a Curia to take place in January at Twelfth Night Coronation. When a change to Kingdom Law is being considered, a Curia is an opportunity for the people of Drachenwald to comment on the proposed changes. At this curia, two changes are proposed. The previous post covered the proposal to change the Order of Precedence. The other, detailed here, proposes changes to the office of Signet. This post contains the background briefing of the Chancery proposal received by the Crown.
The King and Queen of Drachenwald have called for a Curia to take place in January at Twelfth Night Coronation. When a change to Kingdom Law is being considered, a Curia is an opportunity for the people of Drachenwald to comment on the proposed changes. At this curia, two changes are proposed. One relates to the Office of Signet. The other, detailed here, calls for a change to the order of precedence. This post, by the authors of that second proposal, sets out the changes and explains their rationale for making them.
Their Majesties Vitus and Isabel, give notice that they intend to hold a Curia Regis, at 12th Night Coronation held in the Barony of Aarnimetsä on Saturday 4th January at 9:00am.
Autumn approaches, and with it our next Crown Tourney. The Drachenwald Seneschal has announced that the time has come for those who wish to compete to send letters of intent.
In early June, I circulated a three-question survey (with four questions) about how we communicate in the SCA. It was short, so as to get lots of answers; at the last count, it had 151.
The kingdom of Drachenwald is aware of extremist groups using a dragon resembling the Albion dragon in the Drachenwald arms with or without a laurel wreath as a part of their symbols. Both the dragon and the laurel wreath are historical symbols with many uses since long before the SCA was formed. We want to make it clear that there is no relation between the SCA and any extremist groups. In accordance with Corpora X.A.4 we as a kingdom do not tolerate hate speech or symbols.
The web artificers are delighted to announce a new website feature, developed by Yda van Boulogne: a collection of blog posts and photos from around the Kingdom, called This Is Drachenwald.