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* In [[Ansteorra]], [[House Arkham]] is a democratic group loosely based on medieval merchant Guilds/Households. Their interests are [[Archery]] (target and combat), Service, A&S, Merchanting, Siege and whatever else strikes their interests.
 
* In [[Ansteorra]], [[House Arkham]] is a democratic group loosely based on medieval merchant Guilds/Households. Their interests are [[Archery]] (target and combat), Service, A&S, Merchanting, Siege and whatever else strikes their interests.
  
* [[Aethelmearc]] has several great households as well as being home to the kingdom spanning [[Dark Horde|Great Dark Horde]] and [[Moritu|Dark Horde Moritu]].
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* The [[Kingdom of Æthelmearc]] has several great households as well as being home to the kingdom spanning [[Dark Horde|Great Dark Horde]] and [[Moritu|Dark Horde Moritu]].
  
 
* Over in [[Drachenwald]], the [[Brighthelm]] household claim to be a 'hive of scum and villainy' who are always found as far from high table as possible in spite of having as members a number of local, regional and [[kingdom]] [[officer]]s, and the Household of [[Csikós Ló]] sponsors various heraldic-based membership scholarships.
 
* Over in [[Drachenwald]], the [[Brighthelm]] household claim to be a 'hive of scum and villainy' who are always found as far from high table as possible in spite of having as members a number of local, regional and [[kingdom]] [[officer]]s, and the Household of [[Csikós Ló]] sponsors various heraldic-based membership scholarships.

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Households are groups within the SCA, usually based around an interest in certain areas of SCA endeavour, or friendship groups (or both!). Sometimes a peer will form a household that includes his/her apprentices/proteges/squires. Unlike other groups, such as a barony, Households aren't based on geography (although members of a household may be from a particular geographical area), they are not official groups of the Society, and any "membership requirements" of a household are at the discretion of the household. A household cannot hold official meetings or events, but they are more than welcome to run events on behalf of the official group. They may include or exclude anybody they like, whereas an official group cannot do this.

They can be a great support network, and often the activities of the household will extend beyond SCA. Another way to look at it is that a household is your "family" and the group the village/hamlet that you live in.

You do not have to be a part of any household, and just because someone is a part of a particular household does not mean that you can't hang out with them. You can even start your own household if you want to!

Households of the Known World

Examples of households in and around Stormhold include House Reverie (based around Sir Antoine le Reveur and his squires), House Woodrose (mainly an Arts and Sciences household of old broken down hacks encumbered by offspring with a few who pretend to fight once in a while when the injuries and venerability allow), Unnamed (another mostly A&S household) and the Axemen (a fighting household that is mostly demographically based around younger members with a few old, wise heads attempting to control the chaos).

Other better known households in the Kingdom of Lochac include Attica, Drakkar, DX, and Descartes. For a larger listing of Lochac households, see Groups in Lochac.

  • In Ansteorra, House Arkham is a democratic group loosely based on medieval merchant Guilds/Households. Their interests are Archery (target and combat), Service, A&S, Merchanting, Siege and whatever else strikes their interests.
  • Over in Drachenwald, the Brighthelm household claim to be a 'hive of scum and villainy' who are always found as far from high table as possible in spite of having as members a number of local, regional and kingdom officers, and the Household of Csikós Ló sponsors various heraldic-based membership scholarships.
  • The Middle Kingdom has many diverse households including fighting households such as Darkyard and Stahlgeist and service households like the Sisterhood of the Gilded Bee.

There are also a number of inter-kingdom households with members who live and participate in more than one kingdom, such as the Rozakii, Timberwolf, and Adlersburg households.