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The Twenty-sixth Year

Principality Games -- Principality of the Mists

February 8, 1992 (AS XXVI)

From The Page (December, 1991):

Ready for some FUN and GAMES? It may still be winter but the war season is just around the comer. So how about knocking the rust off the armor, straightening out those javelins, padding the boffers, fixing shields, loosen up stiff joints, and warming up old muscles? In short, come to Principality Games!

Practice war strategies. Practice throwing and targeting. Practice running and three-legged races in armor. Practice dancing and bottle cutting. Practice limericks, tall tales and jump roping in armor. We'll give you every opportunity (that's legal) to get in shape for WAR! If you like boffers, javelins, scouting-we'll practice games for you, too. If you don't do any of that, practice your cheering and riddle solving.

Form teams: non-combatants, lights and heavies-we'll do team games as well as individual games. Practice working as tearns. Practice heraldry, practice needlework, practice shield toss, practice water-balloon jousting with small riders.

Autocrats: Gwenllhian (name/contact info) or Morgan Conner (name/phone).

Directions: (omitted)


From The Page (January, 1992):

Come join the fun at Principality Games on February 8, 1992. There will be competitions in heraldry, scout relays, light targeting, heavy shield formations, bottle cutting, put a fighter in armor, water balloon jousting for children and much more.

Teams of 4-6 are recommended, to including heavy fighters, lights, non-combatants and children. Teams may be formed at the site for those without full compliments. Everyone should bring a small prize to add to the kitty (no more than $5). Bring boffers, 2 liter plastic bottles for cutting, bring your imagination and creativity!

There will be a potluck dinner following the days activities-some competitions will be held during dinner. The Shire of Solas Mor is providing roast chicken. We have an indoor area for most activities in the case of rain.

Please bring wall hangings or banners. Site opens at 10 A.M. The site fee is $4.

Autocrats: Gwenllhian (name/contact info) or Morgan Conner (name/phone).

Directions: (omitted)


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