Sorry about not posting last week. I’ve been getting ready for Gulf Wars. Magnus is already there and I’ll be there on Sunday. We’re excited and can’t wait to see so much of Calontir there.
Remember the Calontiri with the most volunteer hours will win his or her side at Lilies an extra 5 resurrections.
On to real part of today’s post, the end of The Hundred Years Week. We have huge and wonderful plans for the final Saturday of Lilies.
Everyone should plan on joining us all at the Grand Pavilion on Saturday afternoon for a Fyrdraca-load of fun.
First, the only battle that settles who wins, the English or the French, will be fought on Saturday. All of the resurrections after all of your work throughout the war will be used during this battle. This is what you are contributing with your gate shifts, teaching of classes, and everywhere else you help out. When you watch this battle, you will get to see your work allow fighters to resurrect and keep fighting.
Please note, the battle will be held around the Grand Pavilion. Though we rarely fight there, everything involved with the final celebration will be at the Grand Pavilion, so you know where to join us.
What else is happening as part of the final celebration? Glad you asked. Lots of stuff:
Their Majesties will have a closing court on Saturday.
The Three Rivers Players will show off their talents.
Musicians will play.
Bocce will happen, and if you leave your armor on the field, the armor will be bocce terrain.
More things yet to come that will be announced later.
Also, we encourage everyone to bring your leftovers to the Grand Pavilion. The remains of the Three Rivers party bar will be there. Bring what you don’t want to take home, show up to eat and drink what is brought, or both.
Basically, from noon throughout the afternoon will be a grand shindig to celebrate Lilies and Calontir. You’ll find out which side wins Lilies. You’ll see the Three Rivers Players. You’ll laugh. You’ll sing. And you’ll be there for closing court.
As mentioned, more details to come and we welcome other ideas.
We’ll talk about this more when we get back from Lilies, but it’s not to early for you to start planning to enjoy the second Saturday afternoon at Lilies with all your friends.
For now, though, time to follow the banners of Calontir to the battlefield.