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Book of Ceremonies for Caerthe

This section of the webpage houses information on the Caerthe Book of Ceremonies. This includes ceremony texts for Orders and Awards, Fealty Oaths, Charters, Scroll Texts, and anything else that makes its way into the book of ceremonies.


Related Items: Ceremony | Charter | Order Information | Robert & Magge Scroll Text


Standard Scroll Text

The standard baronial scroll texts assume that there will be both a Baron and Baroness. If this is not the case, modify the text to read: [_______, [Baron/Baroness] of Caerthe] and change everything else to the singular ("I" instead of "We", "my" instead of "our").

Note that the numbers listed in front of each section of scroll text refer to the "Mix-and-Match Scroll Text" options listed in the Outland's Scribe's Handbook.


Black Glove of Caerthe

Order of the Black Glove of Caerthe - Companion (CBGC)

Given for having exhibited a combined talent in all the following: the art of rattan fighting, the art of rapier fighting and in the arts and sciences.

Precedence - none.

Badge: (In submission) Or, a glove within a bordure embattled sable.

Traveling Regalia:

There is currently a traveling scroll for this award. The travelling scroll should be updated with the name and arms of the current holder during their tenure. There is also a travelling glove, which bears the Arms of Caerthe.

Travelling Scroll Text:

Hear now the words of Baron and Baroness of Caerthe. Know that the strength of a Barony lies within its people. Worthy indeed are those gentles who demonstrate strength throughout diverse means, for through them, the Barony shines like a beacon across the plains.

(call fwd the order of the Black Glove of Caerthe)
Catherine Duran
James Arthursson
Ramon the Chronologer
Patric of Blackthorn
Eoin MacRae
Grellán Ó'Conchobhair
Stephan Sörensen
Fergus MacLennan
Ingvarr Halvarson
Domin d'Alsace
Ronan Suipeal

The Order of the Black Glove of Caerthe was instituted to recognize those who have demonstrated skill in the Arts of War, namely armored combat as well as the art of the rapier, as well as skills in archery, along with excellence in the Arts and Sciences

The Order of the Black Glove of Caerthe was instituted to recognize those who have demonstrated skill in the Arts of War, namely armored combat as well as the art of the rapier, as well as skills in archery, along with excellence in the Arts and Sciences

(call fwd: ___________________________)

This good gentle is hereby entitled to carry a black glove bearing the Arms of Caerthe, to wit, Or, a laurel wreath vert and a chief embattled sable, until such time as a new bearer is appointed. This good gentle is likewise charged to carry out the responsibilities of this rank.

Baron & Baroness of Caerthe

Scroll done by Dońa Natalia

Scroll Text:

(1 & 2) We, _____ and _____, Baron and Baroness of Caerthe, unto all nobles and gentles to whom these letters may come, Greetings.

(3) Know that the strength of a Barony lies within its people. Worthy indeed are those gentles who demonstrate strength throughout diverse means, for through them, the Barony shines like a beacon across the plains. The Order of the Black Glove of Caerthe was instituted to recognize those who have demonstrated skill in the Arts of War, namely armored combat as well as the art of the rapier, as well as skills in archery, along with excellence in the Arts and Sciences

(4) Hence it is that we name _______ as a Companion of the Black Glove of Caerthe in recognition of [his/her] skill. {_______ shall have the right to bear the badge of the Order, to wit: [Or, a glove within a bordure embattled sable], that all may know the esteem in which [he/she] is held.}

(5) Done by our hands, this ____ day of _____, Anno Societatis ____, being _____ in the common reckoning of years.

______, Baron ______, Baroness


Related Items: Ceremony | Charter | Order Information | Robert & Magge Scroll Text