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'''FFair Rhaglan''' is the largest annual event in [[Insulae Draconis]]. It takes its name from [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raglan_Castle Castell Rhaglan] (Raglan Castle) in Wales where it is held. It currently runs for two weekends and the intervening week, and is typically scheduled early in August, often opposite [[Pennsic]].
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'''FFair Rhaglan''' is the largest annual [[SCA]] [[event]] in [[Insulae Draconis]]. It takes its [[name]] from [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raglan_Castle Castell Rhaglan] (Raglan Castle) in [[Wales]] where it is held. It currently runs for two weekends and the intervening week, and is typically scheduled early in August, often opposite [[Pennsic]].
   
There are a number of traditional battles which take advantage of the castle location - gate battles through actual gates, bridge battles on actual bridges, and so forth. The location makes the use of [[hay bale]]s to create terrain superfluous.
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There are a number of traditional [[battle]]s which take advantage of the castle location - [[gate battle]]s through actual gates, [[bridge battle]]s on actual bridges, and so forth. The location makes the use of [[hay bale]]s to create terrain superfluous.
   
 
==External Links==
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External Links
 
   
 
CADW's Castell Rhaglan site - http://cadw.gov.wales/splash?orig=/default.asp?id=6
 
CADW's Castell Rhaglan site - http://cadw.gov.wales/splash?orig=/default.asp?id=6
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[[category: events]]

Latest revision as of 22:36, 12 June 2016

FFair Rhaglan is the largest annual SCA event in Insulae Draconis. It takes its name from Castell Rhaglan (Raglan Castle) in Wales where it is held. It currently runs for two weekends and the intervening week, and is typically scheduled early in August, often opposite Pennsic.

There are a number of traditional battles which take advantage of the castle location - gate battles through actual gates, bridge battles on actual bridges, and so forth. The location makes the use of hay bales to create terrain superfluous.

External Links

CADW's Castell Rhaglan site - http://cadw.gov.wales/splash?orig=/default.asp?id=6