Aquaterra Champions & St. Ursul’s Collegium

 

Hosted by Device of Aquaterra

The Barony of Aquaterra (Snohomish County, WA )

Event Summary

Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Ljúfvina haustmyrky Hrafnsdóttir
Date: August 25 , 2017 until August, 27 2017
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on August 25th 2017
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on August 27th 2017

Event site:
Stanwood/Camano Fairgrounds
6431 Pioneer Hwy. Stanwood, WA 98292



* Updated 8/21/17.
Due to web content limit, some info may be on the FB Event
Page*

St. Ursul bearing the Barony of Aquaterra Device

 


Champions, Scholars, and Merry-in-Heart— revel with
us!


Aquaterra Champions & St. Ursul’s
Collegium


with the Sable Rose Tournament

Badge of the Company of the Sable Rose Argent


Celebrate the turning of the seasons as the Barony of Aquaterra
seeks out its next Champions and cultivates new skills among the
populace. Compete for honor and glory or cheer on the challengers
at our multi-faceted site, featuring tests in Heavy Combat, Rapier,
Archery, Thrown Weapons, Youth Armored Combat, Equestrian, Arts
& Sciences, Bardic and Games. Build upon your knowledge and
share your passions with others at our hands-on class opportunities
and merchants with demos. Delight in the pageantry presented by the
joviality courtesy of the Company of the Sable Rose’s
tournaments. And raise your glasses high at our evening feast with
friends before curling up beside the campfire at night. Join us and
toast to summer’s glory!



Seeking More? Check the Facebook Event for the expanded
details! 
https://www.facebook.com/events/1371451499600431

 


SITE FEES:

Ages
18+: $20* (weekend), $15*(Saturday daytrip), or $10* (Sunday
daytrip)

Ages
0-17: FREE!

$5
for Saturday evening feast. Menu is on the FB
Event.

*$5
Member Discount for SCA members age 18+ (Must have proof
of 
membership)



Make
checks payable to: SCA Inc.-Barony of Aquaterra



GATE
HOURS:

Friday:
3:00 PM (Merchant set-up begins at Noon) until
Midnight

Saturday:
8:00 AM – 5:00PM


Sunday: 8:30 AM – Noon


Site Closes on Sunday at 3PM



EVENT
STEWARD TEAM:


HL Ljúfvina haustmyrky –
moc.liamg@idnorragniyal

HL
Domenico Taddio – moc.liamtoh@eguoreiloj


Lady Heilvé Friðriksdóttir –
moc.liamg@nospmohtllebatsyrc




COLLEGIUM:


Find the class list and schedule on our FB Event. Lady

Heilvé serves as Collegium Steward for this
event.




SABLE ROSE TOURNAMENTS:

Find
more on our FB Event.
Her Excellency Baroness Angharad stands as the Tournaments’ Lead
and Patroness.

 


MERCHANTS:

Our
Merchant Village joins us for the first time at the Fairgrounds
this year, sitting right alongside the fighting erics in the center
of the event. This year also features a few 11′ x 11′ vendor stalls
for interested merchants, in addition to land for
tents.

 

Wish to join our village? Reach out to our
Merchant Steward m’Lady Jayme –
gro.acs.ritna.arretauqa@stnahcreMmuigelloCsnoipmahC 

 


CAMPING AND RV RESERVATIONS:


Camping on the Fairgrounds IS permitted; it is Open Land, with no
reservations required. We ask tent-campers respect the RV Campers’
access to the power boxes. Horse-camping is available in the
famer’s field next to the arena.

 


This year, RVs will be parked on the Farigrounds near the Viking
Stage. There are 6 hook-ups available, with the hook-ups being
20amps. We may

not have any overnight usage of the grassy
knoll or grass strip along the fence near the Grange
Hall. 
To
reserve your space, please contact m’Lady Rosalie Ashcombe –
gro.acs.ritna.arretauqa@snoitavreser



 


SCHEDULE
OVERVIEW


Schedule subject to change.

 


Friday – August 25th

3:00 pm = Gate open to all

7:00 pm = Evening Bocci and
Games


11:59 pm = Gate closed

 


Saturday – August 26th

8:00 am = Gate open to
all

8:30 am = Marshal & Judges
Meeting

 


9:00 am = Opening Court & Championship
Invocation

Immediately Following
Court

– Heavy Armor Inspection

– Equestrian Warm-Up

– Arts & Sciences Championship presentations
begin

– Collegium Classes begin (see details in
Collegium Section below)

10:00 am = Archery Championship
begins*

10:30 am = Heavy Defender Championship
begins

11:30 am = Equestrian Championship
begins

Noon =


– Thrown Weapons Championship
begins*

– Bardic Championship Preliminary Presentations
begin

12:30pm = Youth Armor
Inspection

1:00pm = Youth Defender Championship
begins

1:30pm =

-Games Championship begins

– Rapier Inspection

2:00pm = Duelist Championship
begins

4:30pm = Collegium Classes
finish

4:45pm = Gate begins final close down prior to
Evening Court

5:00pm = Evening Court & Investment of
Champions

Immediately Following
Court

– Feast Hall
opens

– Final round of
Bardic Championship begins

10:00pm = Feast Hall
& Grange Grounds close to activities

 

* At the end of the
Archery and Thrown Weapons Championship, the ranges will be open at
the discretion of the range marshal.

 


Sunday – August 27th

8:30am = Gate open to all

9:00am =

– Archery & Thrown Weapons Range
opens

– Collegium Classes begin

– Table & Field games open for
all

– Equestrian arena open for
warm-up

10:00am = Sable Rose Emprise (Equestrian)
begins

Noon =

– Gate closes

– Sable Rose Tournament (Rapier)
begins

1:00pm = Archery and Thrown Weapons begin close
down

2:00pm = Table & Field Games
close

3:00pm = Site Closes

 

 


AQUATERRA
CHAMPIONS


Our Barony seeks new Champions in the fields of:


– Heavy Combat


– Rapier


– Thrown Weapons


– Archery


– Equestrian


– Youth Armored Combat (YAC)


– Arts & Sciences


– Bardic


– Games

 


Details for each are listed below the following Customary
information. HL Domenico serves as the Champion Steward and overall
Event Marshal Coordinator (Marshal in Charge) for this
event.

 


~ CHAMPIONS CUSTOMARY ~


If you wish to compete for the title of Champion, please bear in
mind the following section from Aquaterra’s Customary (



http://www.aquaterra.antir.sca.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Customary-10Jan2014.pdf


):

 


V. Champions


B. Duties, Privileges, and Eligibility of Champions


1. To swear an oath of fealty or service to the Barony


2. To defend the honor and prestige of the Barony and the Kingdom
of An Tir, whenever challenged.


3. To support the Barony in war and/or enter competitions for war
points.


4. To attend and support Aquaterra events such as Boars Hunt,
Banner War, and Ursulmas. The Champion will be expected to return
to defend their title or pass along title and regalia to the next
Victor at the following year’s Championship competition unless
permission is received from the Coronet not to do so.


5. To stand behind the chairs during Baronial Court at
events.


6. To maintain membership in the Society during the champion’s term
of service.


7. To speak or act in the Coronets’ name when delegated to do
so.


8. To actively further the interests of the area of endeavor
through teaching the populace of Aquaterra, through performance, or
through pursuit of the skill.


9. To suggest an outline to the Coronets for the competition in
their area of expertise in the following year’s
Championship.

 


ELIGIBILITY


1. All entrants must be paid members of SCA, Inc.


2. All entrants must be at least 18 years of age except
Youth Armored Combat Champion, who will be determined from the
Dragon Division.

 


ALL ENTRANTS, including those for the martial arts, must present
themselves in Opening Baronial Court on the day of the Championship
when the competitors for each competition are called forth, to
proclaim their intent to enter the Aquaterra Championship and
receive the Invocation.

 


ALL ENTRANTS must submit proof of membership, modern and SCA names,
and complete contact information (email if applicable, and phone)
at the beginning of their competition on the day of the
Championship. Failure to provide proof of membership will result in
immediate disqualification. Entrants must assume responsibility for
reading the rules of the specific Championship contest desired and
complying with all parts of those rules.

 


~ CHAMPIONSHIP DETAILS ~


I. Heavy Combat


Summon your might and honor to rise
to the role of Champion upon the battlefield. First, competitors
will face-off in a two 20min half-bearpit round. The victor will
stay in the center during each round, and each successive fighter
vying for points attempts to defeat the person in the center.
Competitors earn points for every victory you win in the center
(with the losing fighter will report to list the name of the person
who won). Double kills are mutually destructive, meaning both
fighters will go back to the line and two new fighters step
up.

 

After the dust in the pit has settled, the top
two fighters will face-off in a best two out of three– with a
caveat. This final round will need two successive victories before
a winner is declared.

 

Armor inspection will begin promptly after
Saturday morning court, with the tournament starting immediately
afterward. Please show respect to Their Excellencies, the marshals,
and your fellow competitors by being punctual and
prepared.





Competition Contacts:
 Heavy
Defender Tyrfingr Ragenvaldrson and Sr. Marshal HL Gideon
Hrafensfuri

 


II. Rapier


Present your skill with the sword and valor on the field in a
two-part competition! A Round-Robin will compose the first part;
the second portion will comprise a “defense” of Her Excellency of
Aquaterra. Points will be awarded for martial victories in the
Round-Robin, successful escort in the defense, Letters of Intent to
Their Excellencies, and presentation & introduction during
Opening Baronial Court on Saturday.

 


Letters of Intent are not required to compete.




Competition Contacts:

Champion Duelist Don Dyryke Stanley

 


III. Thrown Weapons


Throw swift and sure in a multi-part challenge to test accuracy,
versatility, and good spirits! Competitors will take part in a half
Royal Round (which may be ‘plagued’ with a little problem), a
plumbata toss, and a potential surprise test. More specifics will
be presented the day of the competition.

 


Competition Contats: Champion Marskman

Etole Marchant

 


IV. Archery

More surprise creative challenges await those
vying for the top marksman honor this year! Bring your bow, arrows,
and resilience, or you might just be hung out to
dry!


If possible, competitors are encouraged to
e-mail (not a Letter of Intent) the Champion Archer Torn of
Forghaven ( moc.oohay@worrap.ecnal ) at least 1 week prior to the
competition. Failing to do so may negatively impact range set-up
and materials.

 


Competition Contacts: Champion Archer

Torn of Froghaven

 


V. Equestrian


A challenge course awaits competitors and their steeds this year!
Show off your skills and equine teamwork before the Coronet,
current Champion Sir Thorkel, and the crowd!

 


Challenge specifics will be presented the day of the competition.
Warm-up time will be provided. In addition to the Customary
requirements, only approved competitors, designated marshals, and
designated ground crew are allowed within the arena throughout the
event. The site has water, but haul-ins must provide their own
corral. The horse-trailer entrance is on 64th Ave NW.

 


Competition Contacts: Equestrian Champion Sir


Thorkel Fitz Hrothgar

 


VI. Youth Armored Combat (YAC)


Partake in the glorious future of the Dream! All ages may
participate in a round-robin tournament, with the ultimate Champion
being selected from the Dragon Division. A Letter of Intent is not
required, but is encouraged!

 


Competition Contacts: Aquaterra Youth Marshal


Sarah Maiser, Youth Defender

Owen of Aquaterra

 


VII. Arts &
Sciences


In addition to the Customary requirements, Competitors must
provide:


– A Letter of Intent to the Baron & Baroness of Aquaterra by
Saturday, August 5th at 11:59pm (Current as of 7/2/17; date and
time subject to change). Their Excellencies’ e-mails: gro.acs.ritna.arretauqa@nosyrb.norab and
gro.acs.ritna.arretauqa@darahgna.ssenorab
.


– At judging, 1 completed project (with documentation)


– At judging, 1 project in progress (with inspiration and rough
outline of research)

 


For each project, you will present to a panel of judges for 15-20
minutes with 15-20 minutes for Q&A with the judges after the
presentation. Please bring 4 copies of your documentation. (Current
as of 5/24/17; time and copies subject to change). Judging
forms/process used TBA.

 


Competition Contacts: A&S Champion HL


Gabriella Margaurite Simonetti di Ruccellai

 


VIII.
Bardic


In addition to the Customary requirements, Competitors
must:


– At judging, present/perform 1 historical, period-appropriate
piece (with documentation)


– At judging, present/perform 1 additional piece, either
period-appropriate or SCA-appropriate (documentation)


– During the Saturday evening Tavern, perform 1 of the two pieces
presented to the judges earlier that day.

 


For each piece, you will present to a panel of judges for 15-20
minutes with 15-20 minutes for Q&A with the judges after the
presentation. Please bring 4 copies of your documentation. (Current
as of 7/2/17; time and copies subject to change). Judging
forms/process used TBA.

 


Competition Contacts: A&S Minister HL Emma Compton and
Bardic Champion Kat Draygon

 


IX.
Games

Competitors will match wits, skill, and luck in
a 4 part tournament: an active game, a board game, a strategic
game, and a card game. The winner of each game receives 1 point,
runner up 2 points, and so on. Ties get the same score. The Lowest
Score at the end wins overall tournament. Rules for each game are
featured below. 


The games are:

– Bocce ball

– Backgammon

– Nine-man’s Morris

– Laugh and Lie Down

 

Full details of the games are on the FB
Event
.




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