Held at the Mount Hood Stables, Portland, OR. Abra the Trader autocrated. Prince Elrond and Princess Gilréan presided. King William attended. After a short morning court Coronet Lists were held. Steingrim Wulfharesson (Steingrim Stallari) defeated Eric Blackhand in the finals. Hrefna Aebsynth Neilsdatter was his lady. The sweetmeats contest was won by Gilmirron of the Blue Flame. At final court King William knighted Steingrim, who took the name of Sir Steingrim Stallari. Baron Michael of Dragonswood swore fealty to King William and received in return a Baron’s circlet. King William gave Grants of Arms to Baron Michael and to Baroness Alyanora of Vinca. King William admitted Sholom ben Avram of York to the Order of the Leaf of Merit and gave Awards of Arms to Amanda Kendal of Westmoreland, Bjorn of Havok, Bolverk of Momchilovich, Michel le Voyageur, and Reginleif the Unruly. King William then admitted Gilmirron of the Blue Flame to the Order of the Laurel. Michael of Dragonswood gave Bjorn of Havok the Mucking Tall Maul for “improvement in fighting and/or disregard of bodily harm.” Prince Elrond and Princess Gilréan invited the populace to their wedding on April 24. King William made Amanda Kendal of Westmoreland a Court Baroness.
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