Difference between revisions of "Port"

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Ports require:
 
Ports require:
   
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* At least 5 members.
At least 5 members.
 
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* At least 3 officers, including a [[Seneschal]], an [[Exchequer]], and one of the following: a [[Herald]], a [[Marshal]], or a [[Minister of Arts and Sciences]]. Local branches are encouraged to fill all the latter positions.
At least 3 officers, including a [[Seneschal]], an [[Exchequer]], and one of the following: a [[Herald]], a [[Marshal]], or a [[Minister of Arts and Sciences]]. Local branches are encouraged to fill all the latter positions.
 
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* A name registered with the [[College of Arms]].
A name registered with the [[College of Arms]].
 
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* Consensus among members in the area favoring establishment of the proposed branch.
Consensus among members in the area favoring establishment of the proposed branch.
 
   
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The ?territory? of such branches is defined in terms of affiliation with the institution where they are based, not in terms of physical boundaries. Institutional branches may report directly to a kingdom, but if their institution is located within the borders of a branch of any other class, they report through that branch. They differ from other local branches in that they go dormant if membership falls below five (5), rather than being disbanded.
The territory of such branches is defined in terms of affiliation with the institution where they are based, not in terms of physical boundaries. Institutional branches may report directly to a kingdom, but if their institution is located within the borders of a branch of any other class, they report through that branch. They differ from other local branches in that they go dormant if membership falls below five (5), rather than being disbanded.
 
   
 
[[category:alcohol]]
 
[[category:alcohol]]

Revision as of 23:23, 14 July 2006

Port (alcoholic beverage)

Port is a sweet fortified wine. Originating in Portugal in the mid 15th century it became popular in England in the early 19th century.

Port (shipping)

Ports are facilities that allow the transfer of goods and travellers.

Port (SCA Branch)

Ports are institutional branches based at a military installation in situations where groups of members will be detached for long periods, as with ships at sea.

Ports require:

The ?territory? of such branches is defined in terms of affiliation with the institution where they are based, not in terms of physical boundaries. Institutional branches may report directly to a kingdom, but if their institution is located within the borders of a branch of any other class, they report through that branch. They differ from other local branches in that they go dormant if membership falls below five (5), rather than being disbanded.