Difference between revisions of "SCA time"

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[[Baron]] Rudolf and [[Baroness]] Nicolette (4th B&B Stormhold) banned SCA time within the Barony. This ban was extended by [[Baron Gwynfor]] and Baroness Gwir (5th B&B Stormhold).
 
[[Baron]] Rudolf and [[Baroness]] Nicolette (4th B&B Stormhold) banned SCA time within the Barony. This ban was extended by [[Baron Gwynfor]] and Baroness Gwir (5th B&B Stormhold).
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SCA Time is also very much frowned on in the [[Barony of Southron Gaard]], being considered a form of discourtesy.  [[Canterbury Faire]] is notable for its close adherance to the published schedule.
  
 
[[Category:SCAism]]
 
[[Category:SCAism]]

Revision as of 13:25, 16 September 2008

The time at which an event starts. The offset from real time varies according to a complex formula, but is usually taken to be at least two hours after the advertised time.

SCA time in the Barony of Stormhold has diminished somewhat in the past few months though.

Baron Rudolf and Baroness Nicolette (4th B&B Stormhold) banned SCA time within the Barony. This ban was extended by Baron Gwynfor and Baroness Gwir (5th B&B Stormhold).

SCA Time is also very much frowned on in the Barony of Southron Gaard, being considered a form of discourtesy. Canterbury Faire is notable for its close adherance to the published schedule.