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A peer is a person who has received a [[society level award]], making them a member of any one or more of the three ''peerages'': [[Order of the Laurel]], [[Order of Chivalry]] or [[Order of the Pelican]] - aka [[Laurel]]s, [[Knight]]s, and [[Pelican]]s. It can also be extended to refer to [[king]]s, [[queen]]s, [[prince]]s, [[princess]]es, [[baron]]s and [[baroness]]es.
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A peer is a person who has received a [[Patent of Arms]]. There are three polling peerage orders: [[Order of the Laurel]], [[Order of Chivalry]] or [[Order of the Pelican]] - aka [[Laurel]]s, [[Knight]]s, and [[Pelican]]s. There are also [[Royal Peers]], who receive there [[Patent of Arms]] in return for time spent on the throne. [[Royal Peers]] appear above other peers in the [[order of precedence]].
  
 
These people are expected to be the role models in the [[SCA]], upholding the values of [[chivalry]] and committing themselves to service to the realm.
 
These people are expected to be the role models in the [[SCA]], upholding the values of [[chivalry]] and committing themselves to service to the realm.

Revision as of 10:55, 18 October 2003

A peer is a person who has received a Patent of Arms. There are three polling peerage orders: Order of the Laurel, Order of Chivalry or Order of the Pelican - aka Laurels, Knights, and Pelicans. There are also Royal Peers, who receive there Patent of Arms in return for time spent on the throne. Royal Peers appear above other peers in the order of precedence.

These people are expected to be the role models in the SCA, upholding the values of chivalry and committing themselves to service to the realm.