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The Thirty-eighth Year

Fall Coronet Tournament -- Principality of Cynagua

October 24-26, 2003 (AS XXXVIII)

Rancho Seco Park,
Herald, CA

From The Page (September, 2003):

Come join Their Highnesses, Eric and Lisa, to witness the selection of Their Heirs by right of combat upon the field of the Coronet List at familiar Rancho Seco. All fighters entering the list are encouraged to bring their banner to add to the pageantry and splendor of this fine Autumn day. There will be A&S competitions (Arts: Fighting Garb/ Sciences: Armor) and displays (anything French). The Copper Spoon competition will feature: Game Dishes. More event information will be in the October Page.

Site Information: Site opens at Noon Friday and closes at 5 pm on Sunday.

Site Fee: $10 with your membership card and $13 for those without a valid membership card in hand, $5 for children 12 and under, and children 5 and under free.

Autocrat: Antonio Giordano da Sicilia (contact info omitted).


From The Page (October, 2003):

Come join Their Highnesses, Eric and Lisa, to witness the selection of Their Heirs by right of combat upon the field of the Coronet List at familiar Rancho Seco. All fighters entering the list are encouraged to bring their banner to add to the pageantry and splendor of the fine Autumn day. There will be A&S competitions and displays, as well as the Copper Spoon competition (see page 5 for competitions).

Residency: Their Highnesses require that Fighter/Consort combinations where one (or both) individuals do not reside in Cynagua submit a Letter of Intent to fight in the list. They ask that you submit this to Them at least one week prior to Coronet via hard copy or electronic copy.

Alternate Weapon Styles: There shall be two rounds fought with alternate weapon styles. During the fourth round, each fighter will be required take up a mass weapon without benefit of a shield. The 6th round will require each fighter to use a pole weapon (7 ft limit, i.e. no pikes). If you choose to fight in the early rounds with one of these styles, you will have to choose a different weapon for the above selected rounds, e.g. if one fights the 2nd round with a Dane Ax, a mace or hammer would be used in the 4th round. We will have limited weapons and hand protection; plan accordingly.

Site Information: Site opens at Noon Friday and closes at 5 pm on Sunday. Site Fee: $10 with your membership card and $13 for those without a valid membership card in hand, $5 for children 12 and under, and children 5 and under free.

Autocrat: Antonio Giordano da Sicilia (contact info omitted).

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