[Artemisia] Magic Moments

Lucas H leutoff at hotmail.com
Tue Dec 14 23:26:07 CST 2004

Funny, but I remember alot of magic moments in far southern Artemisia.  When 
I was down there in that region, most people just started playing SCA, so 
you would get more mundanities than usual.

>From: "M'Lord Ambrosios Hellines" <ambrosios at crystalcrags.org>
>Reply-To: ambrosios at crystalcrags.org,Kingdom of Artemisia mailing list 
><artemisia at lists.gallowglass.org>
>To: Kingdom of Artemisia mailing list <artemisia at lists.gallowglass.org>
>Subject: [Artemisia] Magic Moments
>Date: Sat, 11 Dec 2004 20:09:49 -0500
>Jusa  quick thought - while all of us like the lack of mundane items and 
>such at events, we also hate being the one to point it out, what i've 
>always called the "Period Police".  It's no fun to say, even to a newbie, 
>anything they are doing is wrong in any way.  And it's definatly no fun, 
>esp as a newbie, to have somebody tell you that you're in error.  After 
>all, we're a social group,. and that's no way to be social.  When i was in 
>far southern artemisia, it was almost taken for granted that you would see 
>mundane items at feasts and events, which is prob why not a lot of my 
>personal "magic moments" happened there.  However, I have been lucky enuff 
>to have joined a group that had a solution for mundane items and talk, 
>without embarresessing or alienating anybody.
>The Crystal Crags Plague Bone - Simpe idea, great application - one person 
>has the plague bone - if they catch sombody very apparently using unneeded 
>mundanity at an event, they get to pass it off.  One with the plague bone 
>is shunned by others (ooohhh, look out, the Mundane Plague!!!!)  and the 
>only way to get rid of it, why, you catch another doing exactly what you 
>did to catch it.
>This has turned what was once an awkward situation into a fun contest to 
>stay as period as possable.  Even to the point our own seneschal HL Willum 
>"died" from the plague last Barbarian Bash, with appropriate eulogies (Tho 
>I can't recall if Sir Kian or Sir Ion took his boots)
>In Service
>Ambrosios Hellines
>"Thikos Spiti ek Artemisia"
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