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In the [[SCA]] a person who is admitted into the [[Order of Chivalry]], but does not swear a permanent oath of [[fealty]] is called a '''Master of Arms'''. This is essentially the same as being a [[knight]], but a Master of Arms usually does not wear a [[fealty chain]] and is addressed as "Master" or "Mistress" rather than "Sir".
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In the [[SCA]] a person who is admitted into the [[Order of Chivalry]], but does not swear a permanent oath of [[fealty]] is called a '''Master of Arms'''. This is essentially the same as being a [[knight]], but a Master of Arms usually does not wear a [[fealty chain]], may wear a white baldric rather than a white belt, and is addressed as "Master" or "Mistress" rather than "Sir".
 
 
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Revision as of 02:44, 10 June 2006

In the SCA a person who is admitted into the Order of Chivalry, but does not swear a permanent oath of fealty is called a Master of Arms. This is essentially the same as being a knight, but a Master of Arms usually does not wear a fealty chain, may wear a white baldric rather than a white belt, and is addressed as "Master" or "Mistress" rather than "Sir".