A revel was held on the 17th at the home of Gabrielle nicChluraine. The tourney was held the next day at the Carriage Crest Park, Carson, CA. Prince Morven and Princess Bevin held court. Prince Morven gave an Award of Arms to Marguerite the Uncoordinated and admitted Conrad von Regensburg to the Order of the Dolphin. Certificates were presented to Lady Gabrielle nicChlurain as Purveyor of Brownies and Chocolate Chip Cookies to the Coronet, and Lady Sine Singing Hands as the Purveryor of Shortbread to the Coronet. Then the lists and contests were held. Fiona Gregorovna (Natalya de Foix) was abducted by a scurrilous band led by Marvin of Carrot and Rorgar Greywolf (Morven of Carrick and William of Hoghton), but was saved by the other fighters. Lord Guy de Montvert defeated Baron Waldt von Markheim to become the Champion of Lyonesse, as well as its seneschal. Cedrik the Dark gave the Best Performance prize to Lady Marguerite the Uncoordinated and the Best Song prize to Lady Joan of Crawfordsmuir. Lady Marguerite awarded a compact sewing kit enclosed in a thimble on a chain to Lady Hedja de Loup. Lady Fiona Gregorovna (Natalya de Foix) gave four awards for Best Favors to Anne-Elizabeth of Westmarch, Anne Christopher, Sofya Volkavna, and Lady Su of the Silver Horn. Princess Bevin’s Calligraphy Contest was postponed til the next event. After a blazon-off Sofya Volkavna gave the Heraldry prize to Baroness Alison von Markheim. Lord Guy de Montvert gave the Dead Mackeral to Lord Rondal Negra Khan for his splendid death at Their Highness’ feet.
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