And remember – any fighting scenario needs marshals. Have you considered volunteering for a tourney, for a war?
You can contact this year's Marshal in Charge, Rowland Bridgeford, at firstname.lastname@example.org
This Grand Procession and Declarations preceeds the first Tournaments of Rowany Festival 2017. All Baronies, Households, Shires, and Companies, are invited (nay, encouraged!) to strive in the heraldic display, to enter the challenge and bring banners and display so as to represent yourselves at...Read more
You have made your declarations before the Crown - now live up to them in the opening tournament of Rowany Festival ASLI!
This will be a combined Valhalla and Three-person-team tournament (single-kill, double-elimination), in order to allow each fighting unit to demonstrate their prowess...Read more
Shieldless King of the Hill tournamentRead more
On the Green fields of War (Scenarios based around Field battles and forest skirmishes.)Read more
Unbelted fighters' showcase v.s the Chivalry. Fundraiser for Cancer Council Australia.Read more
Team melee pas d’armes, with all fighters in 14th century kitRead more
War in tight spaces. (Scenarios focused on forts, bridges and other restrictions.)Read more
Who Dunn it War (Scenarios using the murder room/village.)Read more
During this period teams who wish to enter the Heraldic Melee can Warm up and Prepare. This will also be used to present teams to the crown and the assembled crowd so that the Heraldic Melee can begin on time. If your team is planning on partaking in the Heraldic Melee, please ensure you are...Read more
Team based melee tournament where all members dress in heraldic liveryRead more
Children, come one and all to defend your Fort from the mighty horde of Knights attempting to conquer it! The Children's fort battle is a boffer battle with the Knights of the Kingdom of Lochac. If the knights are defeated, there may be Chocolate eggs involved!Read more
Private meeting for the Chivalry of LochacRead more