Documented from the Scrolls of the Reign of Magnus Tindal and Etain II, basileos kai basilissa Æthelmearc: the Business of Their Court at Kingdom Arts & Sciences Championship, 31 October Anno Societatis L, in the Shire of Angel’s Keep, accompanied by His Highness Byron, Prince of Æthelmearc. As recorded by Baronsfrú Oðindisa Býkona, Fleur d’Æthelmearc Herald, with the assistance of Lady Amalie Reinhardt.
Their Majesties thanked the entire populace of Angel’s Keep for their willingness to host the event and for the hard work they did to make a it great day.
Their Majesties invited the children forward. They then called Baroness Anastasie de Lamoure into court. Baroness Anastasie then escorted the children outside for fun and games.
Their Majesties called forward Baron Fridrikr Tomasson of Knusslig Hamn and Baroness Orianna Fridrikrskona. They talked about all the wonderful entries they saw. They thanked the entrants for entering. They also thanked the judges for the work they put into evaluate the entrants. Baron Fridrikr and Baroness Orianna then gave thank you gifts to the judges.
Their Majesties called forward the top five placers of the competition: Elska Fjarfell, THL Solveig Throndardottir, Mistress Gillian Llewelyn, Baron Artemis Andreas Magnus, and Lady Cassandra Matis. Her Majesty gave them Her token to mark their accomplishments.
Baron Fridrikr announced that Elska Fjarfell was the populace’s choice for the day. She was given a token to commemorate this.
His Highness spoke of the many hours of work and fine craftsmanship that Mistress Gillian Llewlyn had put into her embroidered slippers. He then gave her a token for being the Prince’s choice.
His Majesty spoke of Lady Cassandra Matis’s fine display of prosciutto and cheese. He admired her for the many months she spent making the prosciutto. For this, He named her King’s Choice and gave her a token.
Her Majesty spoke of Baron Artemis Andreas Magnus’ stained glass display. She remarked on the many hours of work that went into each piece as well as his extensive documentation. For this, She named him Queen’s Choice and gave him a token.
Their Majesties called forward THL Christina McGhriogair, Their current Arts & Sciences Champion. They thanked her for her service as Arts & Sciences Champion and divested her of the regalia. They then called forward Elska Fjarfell and named her Their new champion and placed the sash on her. Scroll by Lady Mairghhread Stoibheard Inghean ui Chionne.
Their Majesties called forward Lady Margaret Grace. It was noted that she made beautiful clothes for the royal family. For this they created her an Imperial Seamstress. Scroll by Edle Herr Fridrich Flußmüllner.
Their Majesties also noted that she cared for the Royal Children both at events and in their raiment. For this, they bestowed her with an Award of Excellence. Scroll by Edle Herr Fridrich Flußmüllner.
Their Majesties called forward Lady Felice de Thornton. Her Majesty spoke of Felice’s beautiful scrolls entered in the competition. She was especially pleased when Felice donated them to the kingdom. For this, Her Majesty named her as Queen’s Inspiration for the day. She was then created a companion to the Order of the Sycamore for her skill and artistry. Illumination by Lady Gillian McGill. Wording and calligraphy by Master Jonathan Blackston.
Their Majesties called forward Lady Fenris McGill. Lady Fenris spoke of how the children’s activities box went missing after the sudden death of Lady Lassairfhiona. She then thanked the Barony of Delftwood, and especially Baroness Clarice Roan, for replacement items for the new box.
The Majesties called forward THL Desiderata Drake. THL Desiderata talked about the scavenger hunt for the children. She thanked all those adults who helped make it a success and fun for the children. Their Majesties bid her stay a bit longer. They noted she helped revitalize websites so that information was more accessible to everyone. They spoke of her many years of service both as local, regional, and currently, the Kingdom Chatelaine. They then called forward Their Most Noble Order of the Pelican. They presented her with a writ to sit vigil for contemplation of entrance into this order. Scroll by Baroness Ekaterina Volkova. Wording by Master Giles de Roet.
Their Majesties asked that all those who contributed scrolls for the event please stand and be acknowledged. They then thanked them for contributions.
Their Majesties thanked the staff of the event again and also the populace for a wonderful day. They encouraged everyone in the further pursuit of the arts and sciences.
Oðindisa Fleur d’Æthelmearc asked for a moment in the Imperial Court, which Their Majesties granted. She then requested that Baroness Helene al-Zar’qa join her. She announced to one and all that Oðindisa’s term as Fleur d’Æthelmearc Herald had come to an end, and Silver Buccle had appointed Helene the new Fleur d’Æthelmearc Herald, responsible for regional heraldic matters in Region 5 of Æthelmearc. With the consent of the Imperatori, and by the authority granted her by Silver Buccle, Oðindisa placed the Fleur d’Æthelmearc tabard on Helene’s shoulders and named her Helene Fleur d’Æthelmearc.
There being no further business, this Court of Their Majesties was closed.