[Bards] Warlord Bardic Competition
ladymaggie at justinanimator.com
Tue Jun 5 08:49:05 PDT 2007
At 09:50 PM 6/3/2007, you wrote:
>Nothing like that.
>Gerald of Leesville <gerald.of.leesville at gmail.com> wrote:
>A while back, Alden asked how things went at Steppes Warlord in the
>bardic arena? Just wandered if anyone was going to respond or
>not. Not that I'm waiting. Not that we'd want to know what we
>missed. No. Nothing like that.
Sorry, I was hoping someone else, who had not been as distracted as I
was would respond.
The bardic competition was in two rounds. One in the hall during the
day. The performers were on the stage. It was a great venue for
spoken word, but I really strained my voice singing. A few
highlights, what I saw, HL Elanore did a great spoken piece about
horses, Yagyu was all over the stage with a Japanese tale, there was
an Irish tale and several Norse tales as well. I wish I could have
focused more, I was late arriving because I was fighting, and then
was called away to help escort Sior Tomas into the final round of the
The final round was after court at the Baronial Pavilion. I am now
spacing on the name of one finalist, and who the other was, but Yagyu
won the competition with a rousing rendition of Tiggy's poem about
becoming a Warlord.
A wonderful competition over all.
Please, someone fill in my blanks. I really am quite embarrassed
that I can't tell a better tale.
Glaslyn's Bardic Defender
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