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In general, the higher the award level, the more work goes into the scroll.  Depending on your [[kingdom]]/region, and the level of the [[award]], scrolls can vary from computer print-outs colored in with magic marker, to customized professional quality [[illumination]].  Occasionally, a scroll will take an unusual form, such as carving the scroll on a facsimilie [[runestone]] for someone with a [[Viking]] [[persona]].
 
In general, the higher the award level, the more work goes into the scroll.  Depending on your [[kingdom]]/region, and the level of the [[award]], scrolls can vary from computer print-outs colored in with magic marker, to customized professional quality [[illumination]].  Occasionally, a scroll will take an unusual form, such as carving the scroll on a facsimilie [[runestone]] for someone with a [[Viking]] [[persona]].
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Revision as of 19:13, 23 May 2006

SCA Scrolls

Many SCA awards are usually accompanied by or consist of a scroll, detailing the honour received and often what the recipient has done to deserve it. Scrolls are created by that paragon of selflessness, the scribe.

Awards accompanied by a scroll include

In general, the higher the award level, the more work goes into the scroll. Depending on your kingdom/region, and the level of the award, scrolls can vary from computer print-outs colored in with magic marker, to customized professional quality illumination. Occasionally, a scroll will take an unusual form, such as carving the scroll on a facsimilie runestone for someone with a Viking persona.