Monday, April 6, 2015

My first scroll, an unofficial, self-inflicted assignment.

With Alexandre Saint Pierre's beautiful calligraphy!

Countess Marguerite inghean Lachlainn,, presentation of the Archers of the Northern Army Badge.

It is with sincere pride that we archers of the Northern Peaks
gratefully acknowledge that On this Day, all shall know that
Countess Marguerite inghean Lachlainn inspired our community,
and our supporters from within and without,
to create a blazon to adorn ourselves so that she might
identify us and each to one another in times of peace and war. 
As such, let us be United under a banner emblazoned
"Sable, two arrows in saltire Or,
overall a mullet of four points elongated to base,
all within a bordure embattled Argent."
in Service and Fealty to the Kingdom of the East.  

   In Service to Their Royal Majesties,

   Lady Adrienne d'Evreaux, Commander of Archery, Region of the Northern Peaks

It is with only a small amount of fear of the thorns of this lady of the rose
that Lord Tomas undertook the quest to deliver this token to Countess Marguerite.
We might take comfort and rest in the shade of this beautiful rose of the Northern Army.
Perhaps Meggie is a magpie and might find our shiny offering pleasing!

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