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The majority of people in the SCA take on some sort of persona, kind of an 'alter ego'. For most people, it's just their usual self with a different name, but others "play" their persona.
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The majority of people in the [[SCA]] take on some sort of persona, kind of an 'alter ego'. For most people, it's just their usual self with a different name, but others "play" their persona.
  
Your '''persona''' is your alternate name, or [[SCA name]] which people refer to you as in the society. It may come from a particular place (e.g. [[Ireland]] or [[Germany]]) and/or time (12th century), and you can create a story behind your persona. Some like to dress in the style of their persona, so if they have an Italian name, they may choose to wear Italian garb or armour, and have an Italian-style device.
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Your '''persona''' is your alternate name, or [[SCA name]] which people refer to you as in the society. It may come from a particular place (e.g. [[Ireland]] or [[Germany]]) and/or time (e.g. [[12th century]]), and you can create a story behind your persona. Some like to [[dress]] in the style of their persona, so if they have an Italian name, they may choose to wear Italian [[garb]] or [[armour]], and have an Italian-style [[device]].
  
 
Then again, there's the other type of people who simply have an [[SCA name]], wear whatever clothes they like, have a device that doesn't match their persona, and cover a whole range of time periods, and that is perfectly fine and acceptable too. The SCA doesn't care. It's entirely up to '''you''' how you play the game.
 
Then again, there's the other type of people who simply have an [[SCA name]], wear whatever clothes they like, have a device that doesn't match their persona, and cover a whole range of time periods, and that is perfectly fine and acceptable too. The SCA doesn't care. It's entirely up to '''you''' how you play the game.
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For hints on developing an [[SCA]] '''persona''' in a little more depth, follow some of the links below to the ''Your SCA Persona is a ...'' section.  Be aware that some of the comments presented therein are occasionally a little tongue-in-cheek.  But then again, that's what the [[SCA]] is about at times.
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* Your SCA persona is a [[Christian]]
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* Your SCA persona is a [[Heretic]]
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* Your SCA persona is a [[Humanist]]
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* Your SCA persona is a [[Hussite]]
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* Your SCA persona is a [[Jew]]
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* Your SCA persona is a [[Lollard]]
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* Your SCA persona is a [[Pagan]]

Revision as of 21:56, 17 November 2003

The majority of people in the SCA take on some sort of persona, kind of an 'alter ego'. For most people, it's just their usual self with a different name, but others "play" their persona.

Your persona is your alternate name, or SCA name which people refer to you as in the society. It may come from a particular place (e.g. Ireland or Germany) and/or time (e.g. 12th century), and you can create a story behind your persona. Some like to dress in the style of their persona, so if they have an Italian name, they may choose to wear Italian garb or armour, and have an Italian-style device.

Then again, there's the other type of people who simply have an SCA name, wear whatever clothes they like, have a device that doesn't match their persona, and cover a whole range of time periods, and that is perfectly fine and acceptable too. The SCA doesn't care. It's entirely up to you how you play the game.

For hints on developing an SCA persona in a little more depth, follow some of the links below to the Your SCA Persona is a ... section. Be aware that some of the comments presented therein are occasionally a little tongue-in-cheek. But then again, that's what the SCA is about at times.