In the interest of public health, I am pulling the plug on group craft nights, dance practices, and music practices. I plan to resume the schedule of gatherings at some point in the future; stay tuned…
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Get your Fall and Winter bids in ASAP! I have received a bid for Winterfeast/Yule and am aware of those who want to put in bids for Harvest Moon, Autumn’s Inspirations and Winterfeast. Time is growing super-short and we need to get these events on the calendar! Don’t delay! Submit bids here: https://malagentia.eastkingdom.org/main/submit-a-bid-for-an-event/
I have just received a bid for Great Northeastern War XXXIV! If you are also considering a bid, please contact me. I will continue to accept bids for GNE through June 30, and will announce next year’s steward at this year’s closing ceremonies!
We are also looking for bids for Harvest Moon, Autumn’s Inspirations, Yule and any other events you would like to run! Bids may be submitted here: https://malagentia.eastkingdom.org/main/submit-a-bid-for-an-event/ or by emailing
Stories. I realized this weekend that our events are created around stories. A great great grand laurel tells a tale of failure and regret and salvation. A bard sings a parable of friendship, family and breaking bread. A woman shares a secret of long lost love not quite yet found while another faces fears of violence and mistrust. Old friends reconnect over shared memories and new ones are formed over found connections. Stories crafted through laughter and song, food and drink, sword and scroll. Perhaps some are embellished. Some are truer than we’d like to admit. Stories stand the test of time. Stories bridge the differences and break down the walls. Stories bring us together time and time again. Would we keep coming back if there were no stories to share, tales to tell, or puns to ponder? I hope we never have to find out.
Thank you to all who joined us for a story or two at the Great Northeastern War. I look forward to our next tale.
Something is rotten in the Shire of Hadchester. It may be only a red herring, but I smell something fishy. I don’t want to open a can of worms, but I will take the bait cast and meet their armies on the field of battle to balance the scales. Join us at The Great Northeastern War in The Province of Malagentia on July 12 through the 15th, AS LIII for a fight that will be off the hook!