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Kingdom University is Coming: Court, Feast and Ball

Drachenwald Blog on 2020-11-28
We hope you are all enjoying Kingdom University thus far! This is your reminder that the Feast, the Drachenwald Royal Court, and the Kingdom University Ball are all happening this evening, Saturday 28th November, at 6pm, 7pm and 8pm CET read/watch more

Kingdom University is Coming: Minding the PLQs

Drachenwald Blog on 2020-11-28
One of the most important parts of our game is to make sure that everyone is having fun, and feels safe and welcomed! With that in mind, Sol will be leading a class tomorrow, Sun 29 Nov, at 9am CET in the Cambridge room, to discuss what unwelcome read/watch more

Kingdom University is Coming: Chess

Drachenwald Blog on 2020-11-27
Good morning! In the spirit of exercising your brain and warming it up for the deluge of information that will be coming your way in Kingdom University over the weekend… learn to play medieval chess! Baron Etienne Fevre De Dion teaches us the read/watch more

Kingdom University is Coming: Mary Rose and friends

Drachenwald Blog on 2020-11-27
Warm-up week is drawing to a close, with a mere 6 hours until the official start and opening ceremony of Drachenwald Kingdom University!! With that in mind, the team behind DKU would like to remind you of some of the fantastic classes taking place read/watch more

Kingdom University is Coming: Recorders

Drachenwald Blog on 2020-11-26
Good morning, gentles all! This beginner’s recorder tutorial from Anneleyn Cornelisse is the perfect start to the last day before Kingdom University. If you’re interested in playing or performing medieval music, the recorder is a versatile and read/watch more

Kingdom University is Coming: Herbalist Meeting

Drachenwald Blog on 2020-11-26
Almost exactly 24 hours until Drachenwald Kingdom University properly kicks off, and you know what that means! Join Lady Cecily Ardene and the Herbalist’s Guild at 8pm CET on Friday 26th in the Sorbonne room for a Show & Tell, open to anyone to make read/watch more

Kingdom University is Coming: Buttons

Drachenwald Blog on 2020-11-26
Baroness Ysabella Maria solves the most vexing of garment mysteries in this two-part video series for the Kingdom University warm-up week: buttons! She demonstrates how to make two different kinds of buttons. First, the “Death’s Head” button, which read/watch more

Kingdom University is Coming: Articulated knees

Drachenwald Blog on 2020-11-25
Greetings, and welcome to the third day of Kingdom University warm-up week! To whet your palate today, we have this 8-part video series by Lord Alexander of Derlington on how to build an articulated joint suitable for armoured combat. Part 1: read/watch more

Kingdom University is Coming: Gesso

Drachenwald Blog on 2020-11-25
How do you turn simple glue and chalk into something that can prepare canvas or wood for painting? Duke Vitus shares his secrets in this 3-part video series on making gesso, as part of the run-up to Kingdom University - *Part 1 *Part 2 *Part read/watch more

Kingdom University is Coming: Golden Egg Meeting

Drachenwald Blog on 2020-11-25
Join Drachenwald’s Society of the Golden Egg for a social during Kingdom University, at 8pm CET on Friday 27 Nov in the Urbino room! Everyone is welcome, both current members and challengers, as well as anyone curious about starting their own read/watch more

Thoughts on making medieval garments

Handcrafted History on 2020-11-24
I wanted to share some thoughts with you today; things I have learned and things I find important, when I design medieval clothing. Both for myself and for customers. Being new in any branch of historical reenacting or costuming can … Continue read/watch more



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