ANST - Sir Ricardo's sword at Gulf War
jemuga at freewwweb.com
Fri Mar 20 10:29:02 PST 1998
I will apologize in advance if I get names wrong in this message.
This is addressed to the members of the Ansteorran nobility who fought at
the war on Saturday: Several people had the chance to use a great sword
that had once belonged to Sir Ricardo; the first that day was, if I have
the name right, William the Bear. I know that Sir Mahdi used it for a
while in the resurrection battle, and I am looking for the others.
I am trying to do some artwork for the auction at Crown Tourney, and I
need to know who used that sword that day. If you did so, please e-mail
me or phone me. My number is 512-231-8751 (sorry, no answering
machine--call any time). I need the users' names and titles, the order
in which they used the sword (who you got it from and who it went to),
and the number of Trimarans each user bashed with it.
A long bow and a strong bow,
And let the sky grow dark.
The nock to the cord, the shaft to the ear,
And a foreign king for a mark!
-- Stolen from "The Song of the Bosonian Archers" --
by Robert Howard, who should be
the patron saint of Ansteorra
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