[Sca-cooks] Offboard/Onboard/court bored? (was RE: Vegetarian & Vegans was Re: lethal drinks)

Susan Fox selene at earthlink.net
Fri Jul 25 13:27:30 PDT 2008

Dragon wrote:
> Lady Celia wrote:
>> Gosh... I remember the old days when the feast was part of the event 
>> fee.
>> At least that's what was customary in Meridies when I lived there.  Of
>> course, in the Southeast, we have good access to lots of inexpensive 
>> group
>> camping sites, so weekend events are the norm (or were - has that 
>> changed?)
>> from May through November.
>> So I'm just curious if things are ever still done that way (and where 
>> folks
>> are at when they're answering)... are there still places which just 
>> simply
>> have a Fri-Sun (or even Fri-Mon on holiday weekends) event where the 
>> feast
>> is just included in the event cost?
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> Well, my experience is limited to the last five to six years and to 
> Caid (mostly the Barony of Calafia).
> I don't recall any events during my time playing that had feast 
> included. It has always been separate as far as I have experienced. I 
> don't even recall anyone providing "off-board" seating either. You pay 
> for feast or not as you choose and if you don't pay for feast, you 
> don't sit at the feast tables.
> Of course, this could have been different in another time, this is 
> only what I have seen with my own eyes.
> Dragon 
I did offer off-board once at a Caid Twelfth Night, about 6-7 years ago 
I guess, where we had a little more room available.  Not many takers, 
but we did get a few.


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