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Harvest of the Crown - Virtual

Date: 
Friday, September 11, 2020 - 19:00 to Saturday, September 12, 2020 - 17:00

Wyrm du Ciel Presents "Harvest of the Crown"

Wyrm du Ciel Presents "Harvest of the Crown"

Never has the Kingdom of Artemisia faced such an unseen enemy as we face today. We find ourselves separated yet we are not alone. Our King and Queen stand steadfast in their commitment to protect and unite us. The Shires of Cote du Ceil and Stan Wyrm vow to band together to aid in their noble quest.
An online event to unite us with challenges, classes, and tournaments! Yes you read that right!

There is truly something for everyone:

Just a taste
AMA’s with some of the Kingdoms most well known and respected faces,Zoom heralding, DEI intent and impact and Setting up a Throne Room.
Classes for Fighters including: Armor on a budget, Better training during a pandemic, Footwork and Conditioning!
A&S Classes including: Buttonhole construction, Enamelwork, and tons of costuming.
Check out the full schedule for all this and a whole lot more!

Stan Wyrm Armored Champion Tournament:
Video: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1D1Zrxw8qMKPOigN_NTPZ2JteCRzhbFZX/preview
In these days of turmoil and cancelations creativity gets the job done. On Tuesday, September 8 the Shire of Stan Wyrm had a very special Fighter Practice. We invited our local populace to put on their finery and join us. Since we have not had an event since February many of our participants have never been to an event, so we held our Armored Champion Tournament to help our new people get the feeling for a real event. Please enjoy a little taste of our world!
Please note: This was a practice, no site fee was charged. Currently local Health Department regulations allow for practice for groups under 50. All Covid-19 precautions were taken including, local participants only, having it outdoors, social distancing, wearing of masks and use of sanitizers.

Morning Court: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5CQrRzxz7Vo&t=7s

Zoom Rooms:

Class Schedule: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1kVkwcRo2tJvx-orfzBddrbLT4p4OfhZr...

Class Descriptions

Get Stuffed by HL Symonne de Clermont:
Learn how to make self-stuffed buttons! Great for that cotehardie or kirtle you've been dreaming of making.

DEI - Impact vs Intent by HE Sabine Crespelle:
Have you ever been in a situation where your intent has been misunderstood? Or you've been impacted by words or deeds that seemed dismissive due to different intent? This class will unpack the important relationship between intent and impact, the pros and cons to understanding each, how it applies to the SCA, and what can be done to aid in better understanding and showing empathy with one another.

Dreame Small: using miniatures to enhance your SCA experience by Lady Jana atte Hille:
Do you lack the time, money, and/or space to do the projects you dream of? Miniatures are are a great way to make the impossible possible!

Sayas, pellotes and more: Spanish Clothing in the 12th-13th Centuries by Ramon de Javier:
As the Christian Kingdoms of Northern Spain began the Reconquista in earnest, they began to develop new clothing styles blending traditional Visigothic and Romanesque clothing with that of Al-Andalus. The 12th and 13th centuries see the emergence of a unique style that would go on to inspire fashion across Europe. In this class, we’ll be looking at Spanish illuminations, the imagery of surviving garments in museums, and reconstructions of these clothing pieces to get a better picture of what was “De La Moda” during this time. The class will include a downloadable PowerPoint and handout.

Basics of Vitreous Enameling by HL Marguerite:
Learn the basics of fusing hot glass to metal, and on interpreting historical examples for SCA use.

Skjoldehamn Hood Mistress Fia:
Skjoldenhamn hood - make along pattern class to create a Norse hood based off the Skjold harbor find. We will be discussing the original hood, measuring and creating our own pattern, and starting our hood. This hood is versatile, used for warmth in the winter and sun protection in the summer. What you'll need: 1y fabric of your choice (cotton, linen, wool) (pattern paper if you want a reusable pattern) Measuring tape Scissors Pins Needle/thread

Haversak by Mistress Fia:
Haversack - Bagathon might be ending today but let's make a easy bag with strap that spans many cultures and time frames! We'll discuss the dimensions of the bag, scaling up and down the pattern, how to add a cell phone pocket, attaching a strap, closures, flaps and how to make it uniquely your own! What you'll need: 1/2 yard fabric of your choice (pattern paper if you want a reusable pattern) measuring tape/yard stick Scissors pins needle/thread

Zoom Heralding 101 by Mistress Fia:
Digital heralding - Virtual courts are the current thing, and SPOILER!! We're excited to start utilizing our local heralds in court for Baronial Business! Have you ever considered heralding a live court, but now aren't sure if the virtual life is for you? Come spend an hour with Fia while she talks about real time vs virtual, zoom ins and outs, what works, what train wrecks and all things in between. If you are interesting in heralding at ALLLLLLL during the next 6ish months, this is the class to be in!

It's a Sprang Thing! by HL Michelle Harris of York:
Do you want to make an entry for bagapalooza but don't sew? Great, learn about a fun method of weaving that can produce a lovely and useful bag and has been used since the iron age. Materials needed if you want to follow along: weaving frame (picture frame, rectangle embroidery frame, 4 sticks tied together, etc.), 2 dowels the inside width of the frame, yarn, and wooden bbq skewers

Handbound buttonholes by HL Ankharet:
Learn how to create your own hand bound buttonholes. Goes great with self stuffed buttons!

TBD by Andrea Balla
TBD

Better Fighting during a shut down by Duke Sean

Footwork for Fighters by Duke Sean

What other performing arts can learn from magicians by HL Aslak the Awful:
Magicians use techniques from many other performing arts. Voice projection from orators, timing from musicians, stage precence from actors, but what do they have to offer. Aslak offers some insight into the secretive world of magicians and what other artists can learn from them.

All about the game of Hnefatafl! by Lord Brandon Griffin:
An ancient Nordic and Celtic strategy board games played on a checkered or latticed gameboard with two armies of uneven numbers. Learn how to play, the history of, etc.

Setting Up the Throne Room by HL Hallerna stjǫrnukona:
Using Legos, we'll discuss the various space considerations and Order of Precedence, and practice various situations when setting up Court.

How to Analyze Your Fight Using Video by Master Drayden Bowtell:
Basic idea of what to look for while watching a video of your fight and how to use the information you learn from it.

Super Secret Meeting of Magicians (shhhh) by Aslak the Awful:
Magicians of Artemisia gather to discuss the art, resources and performance.

Ask Me Anything by Sir Bartholomew Hightower:
I've made lots of things, traveled lots of places, and had lots of experiences in the SCA on and off the field. I'm a knight, a laurel, a pelican, and a Gryphon of Artemisia. I'm even currently sitting on the enigmatic Board of Directors for the SCA. You can *ask* me anything. Not saying I'll answer.

The Flur d'Or (AKA the flower of chivalry) by Amanda
How to get started and how to finish strong even in a pandemic

Lord Atilius Primas Castus Basic Conditioning for Fighters

“Has your knight or mentor consistently told you to work on ‘Rule Number 1 CARDIO!?’ Only to find you really don’t know where to begin? You’re not alone! In this class I’ll be going over novice to intermediate training drills specific to fighting, to give you the ability to make sure you can last more than 5 passes without feeling like you’re going to pass out!”

Ask Me Anything with Leah and Robert
In Artemisia we have many constants. When we think of those individuals that are the foundation of our Kingdom Robert and Leah DeSpencer immediately come to mind. Please join these cornerstone members of our Kingdom for a chance to gain in-site into their minds and hearts. If you can’t think of any questions they encourage all to come say hello and catch up!

Ronin TBD

CdC Virtual Heavy Champion Tourney by Sir Bartholomew Hightower:
Who is Eligible: Any heavy fighter. You must have a heavy authorization that was valid as of March 1, 2020 -OR- a note from your local knight marshal indicating you would more likely than not have had a heavy authorization by this time in the absence of covid restrictions.

How the Winner Is Determined: The CdC Shire Champion will be the local fighter that scores highest in the tournament. The outright winner will receive a virtual prize.

How to Enter: FB message me with your name, eligibility status, who you fight for on that day (if anyone), and a picture of your shield device.

What you will need: Zoom access, and the following playing cards: a red face card, a red number card, a black face card, and a black number card.

How to Fight: The red cards represent the sword; the black cards are the shield. Red face card: attack the head. Red number card: attack a limb. Black face card: defend the head. black number card: defend the limbs. In a bout, the fighters are told to make ready. Each fighter secretly chooses a black card and a red card and holds them up, back side to the camera. At the lay on, the cards are revealed. If a fighter's black card matches their opponent's red card, no damage is suffered.

"An unimpeded head shot results in the "death" of the recipient. An unimpeded limb shot results in the loss of a limb. The loss of a second limb results in the death of the fighter.Simultaneous kills result in a complete reset. After each play, the cards are returned to the hand, and fighters make ready again.The bout continues until a victor is decided."

Event Type: 
Virtual