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Written by Uther Di Asturien   
Sunday, 25 February 2018
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*Trumpets blare* 

Silence suddenly permeates the great hall as Sir Uther Di Asturien, flanked by Sir Guillaume le Courageux and all the other great knights of the Round Table, begins to address the assembly of Knights and Ladies present

The Round Table continues its work in the name of the Lady! Even as so many of our brave Sirs and Ladies go on questing adventures, those of you who have given us your service also deserve some reward of your own. To that end, we have combed through the records of the past two years to identify those most deserving of an award of recognition! 

Sir Uther signals to a squire who brings forth a long scroll

And yet, before we do so, we would also be honored to recognize the service of one among you, who has demonstrated his valour, honor and integrity beyond question, and to reward him with a seat at our table. Sir TertiusSir Jon Lackpenny! Step forth!

Both men step forward from a group of assembled knights, kneeling in front of Sir Guillaume, whose voice booms throughout the halls

With this Order of the Silver Dragon, we hereby nominate you, Sir Tertius, to continue your valued work, not as as our most prized hand of duty, but instead as our equal! Rise as the Round Table's newest Administrator! And you Sir Jon Lackpenny may rise once more. Not merely a knight, but as a Guardian of the Round Table of Bretonnia, its newest Sheriff

A great roar of applause erupts from the gathered assembly, before silence slowly emerges as Sir Uther begins to read out the scroll of honored Knights and Ladies, punctuated by applause as each name is individually read out

Sir Warden, for his original Lustrian Bretonnians, Sir Halleck for impressive work in modelling and conversions, Sir Wind_Sower, for beautiful Army Journal works, Sir TvetovNato, for his excellent Honour and Duty Army Journal, Sir toison.d.or for his superb L'Ost de Bourgoigne and MrChaos for work on Thy Big Bretonnian thread. You have all been deemed most worthy of the Order of the Purple Brush in Silver!

Duc de Gisoreux, for your glorious Age of Sigmar reports, and Sir 51MONSTER2 for excellent Battle Reports of your own, you have both earned a place in the Order of the Tactician in Silver!

Sir Nicodemus, for your Tales of a Lost Home, Sir rrw360, for your Tale of Sir Agonold, and Sir_Jack for your superb Terror at Taalhof, you will each receive a place within the Order of the Storytellers in Silver!

And finally Sir Tertius and Sir Jon Lackpenny! For your insightful contributions to various discussions  within our halls, you have both been deemed most worthy of a place within the Order of the Scribe!  

May you all continue the Lady's work, and bring even greater glory and honour to our halls!

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 27 February 2018 )
 
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Spring 2018 Awards Ceremony! Feb 25 2018 16:45
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*Trumpets blare*

Silence suddenly permeates the great hall as Sir Uther Di Asturien, flanked by Sir Guillaume le Courageux and all the other great knights of the Round Table, begins to address the assembly of Knights and Ladies present

The Round Table continues its work in the name of the Lady! Even as so many of our brave Sirs and Ladies go on questing adventures, those of you who have given us your service also deserve some reward of your own. To that end, we have combed through the records of the past two years to identify those most deserving of an award of recognition!

Sir Uther signals to a squire who brings forth a long scroll

And yet, before we do so, we would also be honored to recognize the service of one among you, who has demonstrated his valour, honor and integrity beyond question, and to reward him with a seat at our table. Sir Tertius! Sir Jon Lackpenny! Step forth!

Both men step forward from a group of assembled knights, kneeling in front of Sir Guillaume, whose voice booms throughout the halls

With this Order of the Silver Dragon, we hereby nominate you, Sir Tertius, to continue your valued work, not as as our most prized hand of duty, but instead as our equal! Rise as the Round Table's newest Administrator! And you Sir Jon Lackpenny may rise once more. Not merely a knight, but as a Guardian of the Round Table of Bretonnia, its newest Sheriff!

A great roar of applause erupts from the gathered assembly, before silence slowly emerges as Sir Uther begins to read out the scroll of honored Knights and Ladies, punctuated by applause as each name is individually read out

Sir Warden, for his original Lustrian Bretonnians, Sir Halleck for impressive work in modelling and conversions, Sir Wind_Sower, for beautiful Army Journal works, Sir TvetovNato, for his excellent Honour and Duty Army Journal, Sir toison.d.or for his superb L'Ost de Bourgoigne and MrChaos for work on Thy Big Bretonnian thread. You have all been deemed most worthy of the Order of the Purple Brush in Silver!

Duc de Gisoreux, for your glorious Age of Sigmar reports, and Sir 51MONSTER2 for excellent Battle Reports of your own, you have both earned a place in the Order of the Tactician in Silver!

Sir Nicodemus, for your Tales of a Lost Home, Sir rrw360, for your Tale of Sir Agonold, and Sir_Jack for your superb Terror at Taalhof, you will each receive a place within the Order of the Storytellers in Silver!

And finally Sir Tertius and Sir Jon Lackpenny! For your insightful contributions to various discussions within our halls, you have both been deemed most worthy of a place within the Order of the Scribe!

May you all continue the Lady's work, and bring even greater glory and honour to our halls!
Re:Spring 2018 Awards Ceremony! Feb 25 2018 17:03
Congratulations to all of you, well deserved!
Re:Spring 2018 Awards Ceremony! Feb 25 2018 19:01
I'm proud and happy to receive this prestigious award.
I will try to be worthy by painting more and more figurines -bretonnians figurines, of course !
I'm also happy to see sir Tertius becoming administrator.

And, once again, I apologise for my poor english.

Thank you, glorious lords.

Re:Spring 2018 Awards Ceremony! Feb 25 2018 22:01
Many thanks! I suppose I shall have to live up to the name of the order and finally spellcheck my posts.
Re:Spring 2018 Awards Ceremony! Feb 25 2018 22:32
Definitely deserved!!! huzzah!!!
Re:Spring 2018 Awards Ceremony! Feb 26 2018 06:16
*** ...speechless... ***
Re:Spring 2018 Awards Ceremony! Feb 26 2018 08:35
Thank you very much for receiving this award. It was quite a surprise and I am very happy.
Re:Spring 2018 Awards Ceremony! Feb 26 2018 23:34
Well deserved good sirs!!
Re:Spring 2018 Awards Ceremony! Feb 27 2018 01:06
Thank you, nobles, for this honor! Coincidentally, I have been freed of the crazy hours of the holidays and the Tale of Sir Agonold continues!

Though of course many of you from the various role-playing events here know a bit about him to begin with.
Re:Spring 2018 Awards Ceremony! Mar 01 2018 19:11
First of all, congratulations to the winners. To my shame it's been a long time since I visited this forum, but it is good to see that the place is still lively.

Second of all, and this might be a bit offtopic, but I can't help but wonder about what happened to the 2016 anniversary celebrations. No winners were ever declared. Did something go wrong?
There are too many comments to list them all here. See the forum for the full discussion.

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