Held in Ravenna Park, Seattle, WA. Prince Steingrim held court. As Princess Hrefna was ill Viscountess Fiona di Varanus sat in her place. Theodulf of Borogrove and Anne of Caerdydd were crowned Prince and Princess of An Tir. They named Steingrim and Hrefna Viscount and Viscountess. Princess Anne decreed that henceforth all Viscountesses would be known as Ladies of Valorous Estate. Prince Theodulf presented the Honor of the Belated Rose to Edward of Stonehaven and gave Awards of Arms to Bombor of Bombardia, Diana av Fjell Tusenfryden, Eric Blackhand, Dietrich von Kriegsheldenburg, Fritha of Caer Bannog, Genevra of Estolat, Gerek the Far-Seeing, Harolde of Gloster, Koressa of Highwood Keep, Linda of London, Morgan of Aberystwyth, and then rewarded the autocrats, Edward of Stonehaven, Caitlin na Darach, Katharine of Northhall, and Duncan of Chisholm. Baroness Amanda Kendal of Westmoreland and her son Andre Lessard were proclaimed the Most Courteous Lady and Gentleman, respectively. An unravel ensued at Wakefield Castle and revelry commenced.
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