By DonalBane of Blakmers
Pennsic Independent Battlefield Correspondent
After 27 War Points: Eastern Tygers 14, Midrealm Dragons 3, Mother Nature 7 (pending archery war points)
Having been stormed out on Thursday, both the great armies of the Midrealm and the East assembled for the final time this Pennsic hoping to storm into something: the Pennsic fort.
Once More Unto the Breech
By Sir Guillaume “Rain Stops, Everyone Buggers Off” de la Belgique
When do you know the war is really over? When your pavilion hits the ground? When your armor is in its bag? When you begin to wonder where on earth you parked your car?
By Liam St. Liam
Pennsic Independent Battlefield Reporter
Collette Le Vallois and Lord Tora Taka are at different stages of their SCA fencing careers, but each was able to claim victory in two tournaments during Pennsic War Week.
by the Pennsic Independent Editorial Staff
K3SCA, the amateur radio association which has provided weather forecasting services at Pennsic for the last eight years through their radio link with the National Weather Service, knew that yesterday’s storm was going to be a big one, and a whopper it was.
by Master Liam St. Liam, Pennsic Independent Battlefield Reporter
Like the French army at Agincourt, residents of Pennsic loathe having to cope with rain, especially the heavy thunderstorms that hit Wednesday night and Thursday morning.
The sixth annual Known World Thrown Weapons competition was held on Wednesday afternoon.
by Magistra Nicolaa de Bracton
In five years as editor of Pennsic newspapers, I have often been asked what goes on behind the scenes. Trust me. You don’t want to know. We at the Independent guard our secrets better than most Peerage circles. Oh the tales I could tell…
by DonalBane of Blakmers
After 22 War Points: Eastern Tygers 14, Midrealm Dragons 2 — Mother Nature 6!