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Corin du Soleil
Myfanwy o'r Pelydrau ar Ysgall


Crown Tourney

Date: October 30, 1982
Location: NorthWoods
Runner Up: Aed of Avigdor


Date: May 14, 1983
Reign #: 27
Pennsic #: 12

Curia Regis at Beginning of Reign

Seneschal: Ithriliel of Silverlake
Marshall: Laurelen Darksbane
Exchequer: Alessandra dal Castelsalice
Chronicler: Andrew Greencloak
Arianwen Telynaur
Minister of Arts: Luciana della Ridolphi
Minister of Sciences: Fionn MacGiollpadraig
Dragon Herald: Graidhne ni Mhaire Ruadh
Chirurgeon: Merlume de Lunecorne
Calontir Prince and Princess: Brummbar von Schwartzberg and Valmai Arcalien



Ternon de Caerleon 5/29/83
Lars Vilhjalmsson the Fierce 8/20/83
Guillaume le Fort 10/15/83
Arbas mac Uallachain 8/21/83


Enid D'Auliere 5/29/83
Carlo dalla Casa 6/25/83
Meriel de Blackwoode 6/25/83


Einar Lutemaker 8/20/83
Gwennan o'r Afon Rhedig 8/20/83
Arwyn Antarae 10/15/83
Laurelen Darksbane 10/15/83


Sharra de la Praderia Blanca 8/20/83
Eislinn the Patient 8/20/83


King's Champion: Arts Champion:
Queen's Champion(s): Poet Laureate:

Other Notables

Seneschal's Office
First Deputy Seneschal:
Curia Secretary:
Information/Publications Officer:
Minister of Children:
Deputy for New Groups:
Deputy for Staff Development:
Marshall's Office
Minister of the Lists:
List Mistress:
Archer General:
Marshal of Fence:
Deputy Marshal for Scouts:
War College Dean:
Equestrian College Dean:
Coursing College Houndmaster:
Arts and Sciences Office
A&S Judges Coordinator:
Kingdom Cartographer:
Chronicler's Office
Calendar Secretary:
Pale Editor:
Herald's Office
Kingdom Signet:
Minister of Protocol:
Clerk of Precedence:
Escutcheon Herald:
Chancellor of RUM:
Royal Chamberlain:
IKAC Representative:
Steward of the Society: Aelflaed of Duckford

Notes and Links to Further Information

Law Changes:
The Pennsic Progress, the first newspaper of the Pennsic Wars, was produced totally onsite with borrowed mimeograph equipment. The Progress was published onsite for three Pennsics by the same core group of individuals (Gwennan afon Rhedeg, Philippa d'Angleterre (died 1998), Siobhan O'Neill, and Thaddeus the Brown). Thus began the tradition of a newspaper at the Pennsic War, and the legendary wail of "Pennsic Progress, twenty-five cents!" was first heard. (Siobhan O'Neill, 2/20/99)
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Corin du Soleil
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