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The '''Kingdom of Lochac''' represents the conglomeration of all [[SCA]] [[groups]] in [[Australia]] and [[New Zealand]] (as of Lochac [[May Crown]], [[2003]]), formerly a part of the [[Kingdom of Caid]].
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The '''Kingdom of Lochac''' comprises all [[SCA]] [[groups]] in [[Australia]] and [[New Zealand]] (as of Lochac [[May Crown]], [[2003]]).
   
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The Australian groups were previously the [[Principality of Lochac]], part of the [[Kingdom of the West]]. The New Zealand groups were formerly part of the [[Kingdom of Caid]].
When enough [[SCA]] groups in a region have enough members, and all those members want to become a [[kingdom]], they can ask to become one. This happened to [[Australia]] in July 2002.
 
   
 
When [[SCA]] groups in a region fulfil [[kingdom|certain criteria]] (as enumerated in [[Corpora]]), they can become a [[kingdom]], provided sufficient [[member]]s wish to do so. This occurred in [[Australia]] in July 2002.
During May and November there is a [[Crown tournament]] to choose a new king.
 
   
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Lochac's [[Crown tournament]]s occur during May and November.
Lochac has a home page, here: http://www.sca.org.au/lochac/
 
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===External Links===
 
*http://www.sca.org.au/lochac/

Revision as of 03:32, 2 August 2003

The Kingdom of Lochac comprises all SCA groups in Australia and New Zealand (as of Lochac May Crown, 2003).

The Australian groups were previously the Principality of Lochac, part of the Kingdom of the West. The New Zealand groups were formerly part of the Kingdom of Caid.

When SCA groups in a region fulfil certain criteria (as enumerated in Corpora), they can become a kingdom, provided sufficient members wish to do so. This occurred in Australia in July 2002.

Lochac's Crown tournaments occur during May and November.

External Links