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Baron Sir Jibril-al Dakhil,
Earl Marshal of the East Kingdom
We are defined by the rules that hold us tougher. It is our job as marshals to ensure those rules are upheld and with the same dedication to excellence and integrity that we expect of every fighter that steps onto the field of combat. We are not potted plants, we are the foundation that allows combat to thrive with safety, honor and glory. Pay heed the marshal and lay on!
Earl Marshal of the East Kingdom
Baron Sir Jibril-al Dakhil
You are here to find information. Let's get to it.
Let's start with this: Are you trying to find the Contact Information for any of the East Kingdom Marshals or Deputies?
Society Earl Marshal - Marshallate Updates
Please visit the Earl Marshal's Announcement page for the latest changes and tweaks to the rules of combat, armor, and weaponry. Changes to the Marshal's Handbook - May 2013
Rattan Armored Combat
Interested gentles can find information on the fighters page such as policies and rulings, links to the SCA Society Earl Marshal's Handbook and all the forms and waivers you can stand.
The Marshals' Page has links to many of the same handbooks and rulings, but also the very important Quarterly Reports Form which Marshals must fill out quarterly (clever how we named it that, isn't it?).
Combat Archers get right in the thick of battle. Not for the faint of heart or unarmored,
Ballistae, trebuchets, onagers, javelins, and other medieval weapons of mass destruction. One touch, one kill.
Youth Armored Combat
This is armored combat for the Youth of the Society. Younger fighters need different rules. Here you can find information on building their equipment and their skills. You might volunteer to become a youth marshal yourself?
Rapier Armored Combat
Rapier Combat, distinct from Heavy Combat, uses the rapier, epee and schlagger along with parry weapons, capes, and the occasional beer tankard. From small-scale "Tavern Brawl" scenarios and individual combat up to full-field battle and castle seige, rapier fighters specialize in the quick and deadly arts of swordsmanship.
Non-Combat Martial Activities
The East Kingdom Equestrian College is the organization of all horse-loving gentles in the kingdom. They organize equestrian events and competitions and develop the sport through historical research.
Target archery is exactly what it sounds like ... shooting at targets. Participants can either shoot for enjoyment or join the competitions that are held throughout the Kingdom.
Thrown weapons is a range activity. Axes, knives, javelins are thrown at target butts and hay bales. Safe for children or adults who simply like to hone their skills at throwing sharp, pointy things.
We do not have a site set up for Hound Coursing. This is just an email.
The primary role of a scout is to gather and relay information swiftly and without direct engagement. This means traveling, assessing, and reporting on what has been observed. Scouts may also be called upon as messengers between units or commanders.
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