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Coronet 04: Aaron & Linnea

posted Sep 24, 2015, 8:16 AM by Kristen Gilpin
Aaron Breck Gordon and Linnet Lorraine, 
4th Coronet of Trimaris, 1984
by Aislinn Bodiam

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And so Sakura Tetsuo and Sakura Kimineko did bequeath their Kingdom and titles to their heirs, Aaron Breck Gordon and Linnet Lorraine. At their Investiture there was much feasting and talk of the Crusades –  stories told of those who had gone to war, and much shield-thumping by those who wished to go. Thankfully, the reign of Aaron and Linnet was a mostly peace-filled one. King Aaron and the newly-made Countess Elspeth MacNoughton helped the revolting  Scots run off the English, whereby Aaron made Seosaidh mac  Seosaidh the principle of the Order of the Golden Trident for his fighting prowess and skill on the field that day. Sir Bronislaus of Vilnius won the Coronet List at Martinmas Moot for Agrippina di Conti , who then became the heirs to the Principality of Trimaris. Prince Bronislaus attended the signing of the Magna Carta. King Phelan of Meridies and his knights came to our Principality to participate in the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. As the reign of Aaron and Linnet drew to a close, the historian for the Barony of Wyvernwoode, Lord Erik von Kampf recorded that, “Their Highnesses concluded their last court and withdrew in majesty, surrounded by the bowed heads of their devoted subjects.” Von Kampf also recorded the bans of marriage between Lord Michael Kennethson to Anastasia von Anspach, and the passing of the title “Evil, Wicked, Mean and Nasty” from Baroness Enriqueta Isabel de Reyes y Mora to Lady Atalaya la Sanadora, to which the populace responded with boos and hisses.

125 words

And so Sakura Tetsuo and Sakura Kimineko did bequeath their Kingdom and titles to their heirs, Aaron Breck Gordon and Linnet Lorraine. At their Investiture there was much feasting and talk of the Crusades –  stories told of those who had gone to war, and much shield-thumping by those who wished to go. Thankfully, the reign of Aaron and Linnet was a mostly peace-filled one. King Aaron and the newly-made Countess Elspeth MacNoughton helped the revolting  Scots run off the English, whereby Aaron made Seosaidh mac  Seosaidh the principle of the Order of the Golden Trident for his fighting prowess on the field that day. Sir Bronislaus of Vilnius won the Coronet List for Agrippina di Conti , becoming  the heirs to the Principality of Trimaris.
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