[ANSTHRLD] Court reports for groups with the "No Herald" option
Star - Ansteorra
star at ansteorra.org
Tue Dec 2 08:23:51 PST 2008
Anyone! can fill out a court report. It doesn't have to be a herald. Also,
you don't need a court report form. Any piece of paper will suffice, as
long as it has the required elements written on it (event, date, presiding
noble(s), location, etc.) and is SIGNED.
 paper, or other substance that does not stink, rot, decay, explode, or
otherwise harm Zodiacus' files (or Zodiacus). Iinquire with Zodiacus for
any other restrictions she's been forced to implement due
to....erm...creative heralds. heh heh.
On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 3:36 PM, Zodiacus Herald <zodiacus1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> As you probably know, smaller groups may choose a "No Herald" option,
> meaning that they are not required to have a heraldic officer. This is a
> help in small groups where maintaining a large officer corps can be
> challenging, but a small consequence of this is that court reports for
> groups that have selected the "No Herald" option occasionally fall through
> the cracks. Regionals, please note that the Heralds' Handbook states:
> *The Regional Herald, or a suitable appointed deputy(s), shall be
> responsible for the heraldic well being of those groups in their region who
> have chosen the 'No Herald Option'. This is to include any reasonable
> request made by said groups.*
> This also means that the regionals are responsible for ensuring that a
> report is completed for any events hosted by the "No Herald" groups in
> regions. This can be accomplished in any of the following ways:
> - The Regional Herald can go to the event and submit a court report
> personally, or delegate someone else to fill out a court report.
> - If the Crown is attending the event, the Regional can verify with Golden
> Staff that a court report will be submitted.
> - If the Crown is not attending the event, the Regional can check with the
> event steward to see who will be holding court on TRM's behalf, contact
> those nobles to find out who their herald will be, and then confirm with
> their herald that a court report will be submitted.
> Regionals, please be proactive about knowing who your "No Herald" groups
> and when their events occur so that you can ensure a report is submitted.
> All, please remember that *all* heralds should be submitting reports for
> every court they attend. It would be especially helpful for everyone to
> an extra effort for events where the hosting group has chosen the "No
> Herald" option.
> The "No Herald" groups are:
> -Dragonsfire Tor
> -Brad Leah
> -Chemin Noir
> -Black Lake
> -Tir Medoin
> This note is just to provide a little clarification about the way court
> reporting should happen for these groups. The vast majority of the time, I
> receive prompt reports, even for groups that have no official herald.
> to everyone for working so hard to make that happen!
> Kind regards,
> Sara Penrose
> Zodiacus Herald
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