Category Archive: Challenge

A&S Activities: Week of 27-Sept

eRUM: No kingdom-level classes this week, as we’re between “terms’ Next week starts the October term, with plenty of Performance related classes. Many of the teachers will look familiar!! Wed, 7 pm: Lord Rojhan will present a class on the Cree Nation, their stories and mythology, and what those stories tell us about the world. …

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July Challenge: Pennsic Project

Time to start your Pennsic 49 project ! July is when we start that project we meant to work on for the last 10 months, the one we really want done for Pennsic. This year, we have more time to work…or perhaps, to procrastinate on that project. Beat the rush: start your Pennsic 49 project …

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June Challenge: Cooking Over Fire

We were going to have our semi-annual “Cooking over Fire” get-together sometime around now. Instead, we’ll do it the physically distancing way. Your challenge is: Try cooking something over a wood or charcoal fire that you have never tried before. Don’t make this too easy: If you’ve never actually cooked over a wood fire, feel …

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June Challenge: Heraldry in Any Medium

In honor of the summer tourneys we are missing and the battlefields that will see no banners this year, our June A&S Challenge is: A heraldic display or item Use your choice of medium: whether a painted silk banner, an embroidered favor, or a carved leather pouch. Use your own arms, or those of the …

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May Challenge: Scroll Blanks

For novice scribes, by 27-May, please complete and then share in the FB event: • a) an illuminated scroll blank in any style you like, or, • b) a calligraphed Purple Fret scroll set up to add names and reasons later For experienced scribes, please complete a scroll that is either: • a) on the …

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April Challenge: Greens!

April (Virtual) Cooks Challenge: In honor of what will CLEARLY be the last snow of the season, this month’s signature ingredient is that ever-popular medieval spring favorite: greens! Please make a dish, medieval or not, that features some type of greens: herbs, spinach, kale, horseradish sprouts, whatever. Don’t feel the need to limit yourself to …

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