Art of War


Event Summary

Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Jade Redstone
Date: April 14 , 2010 until April, 18 2010
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on April 14th 2010
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on April 18th 2010

Event site:
Camp Brinkley
25600 Monroe Camp Rd. Snohomish, WA 98290

ART OF WAR II April 15 – 18

Yes that is four days!

but we have a two day option if you must

Sponsored by the Barony of

A Known World Premier War
Training Focused Event.
For fighters of all arts:
War Rapier, War Archery, and Heavy fighters
There will be training in Tactics, Command, and Strategy
For each discipline there will be Drills, Practice,
And more total team experiences Learning, Sharing and

For Event Stewards The
fine art of putting on a Great War or other event

Information and discussion on
events of all size and type

War Events big and

Tourneys for all

Discussion of the money, the
forms, and the tiny little details

How to get the word out 
and tools to keep you on top of those pesky deadlines.


War Track
War Fighting adds an unparalleled dynamic to any
Fighter’s experience. Art of War is an intensive 4 day
total immersion in the history, drill, and thrill of SCA War
Fighting.  Through participation in Art of War II, The
War Beginner will become a strong Shield Wall Fighter. 
The occasional War Fighter will earn the skill and confidence
to command small units. The Unit Leader will begin to know
the weight of command. 

Instructors comprise some of the Knowne World’s finest,
including: Count Balin (Caid) Sir Straum (Middle) Master John
the Pell (East) & Viscount Edward Zifran
(East Kingdom/Pennsic Steward) as well as some of An Tir’s
best and brightest!

Event Steward Track
The goal of Event Steward track at AoW II, is to demystify
the process and practice of running a large attendee event.
Every phase of planning, from initial concept, bid proposals,
staffing, special needs of the event (War V. Tourney), and
managing the on-site aspects to final project reports will be

This track will cover common needs of all events and issues
unique to larger events. The ultimate objective is to inspire
confidence and motivation in Event Steward students, helping
you gain or improve skills. In the end creating a larger
management base to draw upon for future events.

All Food and Lodging Provided. Three meals a day
and snacks.
Menu outline to follow soon.
Bring Armor, Weapons, Note Taking Materials, Your Favorite
Mug, Bedding, 1 set of Garb, Camera. That’s about all you’ll

BUT, for those of you who want details, and more info, and a
chance to see cool pictures from the last one

Go to 

or contact the Event Steward HL Jade of
Redstone at moc.gnirpsdnim@edaJ or call

Early registration is
strongly encouraged!

For early registration (The lower price kind) go to


This is a Dry Site,
no alcohol

No pets, service
animals must have current veterinary certification of

We have no place for
children to play safely, this event is desinged for adults
who are either coming to learn war fighting or who are coming
to learn about event stewarding.  It is by it’s nature
an event for adults only.

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