pug at arlut.utexas.edu
Thu Jul 13 06:35:49 PDT 1995
>Although I have to admit that they need to do a better job of keeping
>cars out of the encampment and I missed the period encampment this year.
>I truly enjoy being able to walk into/through a period encampment and
>oogle the things I can't wait to have.
The period encampment was the creation and work of a group of individuals,
primarily from Bryn Gwlad. Some people criticized them for being "snooty."
For whatever reason, they did not choose to do it again.
>[ story of last Lyonesse ]
>I saw several fights where someone would "give" away their hits. I even
>believe I saw his Excellency Kein lightly tap his opponent twice before
>the match truly got underway.
>The way the fighting occurs at Lyonnesse really keeps the audience
>engroused in the activity. There is also a wonderful A&S display and
>partying well into the night. (I just love people getting drunk and
>talking about the differences between their workers owning land versus
>just working it.)
I, too enjoy Lyonnesse. One of the most enjoyable events in recent history
was the Laurels' Prize tourney up in Steppes. But a lot of that had to do
with the incredibly pleasant weather we had.
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