[ANSTHRLD] Court reports for groups with the "No Herald" option

Kimberly Langhans sarapenrose at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 2 12:15:40 PST 2008

>> On Tue, 2 Dec 2008, Mike Wyvill <wyvillmike at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> I have to tell you that I have been told by a sitting
>> noble that they didn't need to sign my form in the past.
> I distinctly remember being told by Zodiacus (probably
> Serena, possibly Sara) that a signature *was* needed.  But let Zod
> proclaim it or no.
> Danyell de Lyncoln

A signature is ALWAYS required. 

Daniel said:

"by one member of every set of presiding nobility who gave awards.  For
a royal court, either king or queen.  For a baronial court, either
baron or baroness.  For a joint court, one from column R and one from
column B."

This is a really good idea, and I would prefer that reports be signed in the manner Daniel describes, but I won't actually reject a report because it has only one signature from a joint court. As long as it is signed by a presiding noble who was present for the entire court, one signature is fine. 

Please note that this does not apply to Coronations, where there are actually two separate, distinct courts. It's best to have at least one signature from each set of Crowns for Coronation court reports.



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