Awards Policy (Households in Ansteorra)
V. Allan Endel
endel at tarleton.edu
Thu Jan 16 14:08:49 PST 1997
Sorry, I hit the wrong button on the last message. Here is the reply I meant
At 03:38 PM 1/16/97 -0600, you wrote:
> However, most are just what they are supposed to be: support
>groups, "families" when you have none, and worthy sponsors for struggling
>artisans who need support. I have often thought of starting a household
>of performers, including instrumentalists, actors, jugglers, jesters,
>etc., and trying to find GOA or POA level nobles to act as their patrons.
>Now that I have been informed by not only this net, but several others
>just what some houses have become, I am less inclined to do it.
> What do you say? Is the political temptation too great? Is the
>image some households projecting to the Knowne Worlde too negative for the
>start of this project?
> I am a bit worried...
> Lurker mode, re-engaged.
You answered the question yourself when you stated most are just what they
are supposed to be. If the majority have resisted the temptation, then in
all likely a household you form will most likely be able to keep to its
purpose, especially since you are aware of the dangers. And if worse came to
worse, you can dissolve the household and inform the College of Heralds that
you are releasing the name and badge.
V. Allan Endel, Laird Alan MacRonan MacCalum of House Mac an Ghabhann and
the Haunted Grove, resident of the Canton of Dragonsfire Tor and the Barony
Quote for the week:
"Ham for the ham?" Jevan the Fletcher ap Cennydd, serving his Lady's father
at Yule Revel
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