Word of the Dragon Herald, November AS LII

Greetings unto the Middle Kingdom.

What a wild ride this has been so far. As many of you know, all the scribes that did work on scrolls during the reign of William and Isolde were given a Royal Augmentation of Arms. Here is some basic information about that, in case you have questions.

  1. There will be a $4 charge to register your arms with the Augmentation. As this is a gift from the Kingdom, the part of the registration fee the Kingdom charges is waived.
  2. If you do not already have arms registered, you must register them for $8, and then register them with the Augmentation. This will cost $12 all told.
  3. You must have a registered name to submit your arms. We have to have a name to place on the file folder, after all. If your name is not registered, this will also cost $8.
  4. PLEASE contact a submissions herald to assist you with this, as the rules can be tricky, and we are allowed to break some of the rules, but not others with an Augmentation.

I would also like to announce that we have a new Shield Herald. Damian Nihthauk will be happy to talk to you about coordinating a consult table for your event.

We have several job openings in the College of Heralds.

  • Dame Kreimhilt would like to step down as the Meadows Herald. The Meadows Herald is responsible for Crown Tournament, including finding list heralds, and transporting the board that bears the identification shields for the combatants. If you are interested in this job, please contact Dame Kreimhilt and me as soon as possible.
  • Dame Alys Katharine would like to step down after many years of long and devoted service as the Pale Herald. The Pale Herald is responsible for coordinating Court Heralds for Royal Courts.
  • Mistress Petrona is also stepping down as the Clerk of Precedence after her long service.

If you are interested in any of these positions within the College of Heralds, please watch The Pale and Facebook for more information.

Thank you to Sebastian Hunzicker for stepping up to the office of Constellation Herald. Thank you, Brynn Herleifsson, for your service in that office.

In Service to the Crown and the College of Heralds,

Lord Jean-Yves