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"The Sheriff of Naughtyhands"
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- 1 Lord Eskel Robert Someried
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Lord Eskel Robert Someried
Previously Known As:
Additional Registered Heraldry:
- Local Offices Held
- Canton of Chemin Noir Reeve 2012 - present
Post-conquest Norman, ca. 1100.
Eskel Someried was born the second son of a Norman knight, after the Invasion. As the sheriff of an unnamed Shire in Northern England, Eskel is largely concerned with getting King William Rufus his money. Or else. Young Eskel may be a second son, but he can accept the wisdom of primogeniture, especially since being a sheriff makes him lots of money and provides for a good deal of leisure time as well..
"Crusades?" says Eskel "Why would I do a thing like that?"
Eskel is an old norse name meaning "helmet" or "sacred cauldron." The French version of the name would be "Aschtille"
- Heavy combat
- The production and consumption of alcoholic beverages
- Also involved in the pursuit of the perfect tunic.
Timeline of Activity:
Oct 2011: Having finished school and attained a steady source of income in the mundane world, Preston Selby finds the Chemin Noir group and becomes involved in SCA.
Jan 2012: First Event and Fighter practice.
Mar 2012: Registered Member.
July 2012: Recieves AoA at the Chemin Noir event; Return of the Dragon. Takes up role as Reeve. This office works insinuates itself into the persona, hence the Sheriff-ness.
Sept 2012 Authorized for Heavy combat at Valor XXXIII in Calontir
Later in Sept 2012 Authorized for Heavy combat in Ansteorra
Jan 2013 Authorized for Combat Archery
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