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The [[SCA]] has many '''traditions'''. Some are as simple as reverancing (bowing/curtseying) when you pass in front of the [[throne]]s (whether or not they are occupied), others are a little more complex. In the [[West]], and now [[Lochac]] (as a scion of the West) it is often said that [[Law]]s can be changed, but tradition is immutable. Even so, some traditions drift out of favour, and new ones emerge all the time.  
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The [[SCA]] has many '''traditions'''. Some are as simple as reverencing (bowing/curtseying) when you pass in front of the [[throne]]s (whether or not they are occupied), others are a little more complex. In the [[West]], and now [[Lochac]] (as a scion of the West) it is often said that [[Law]]s can be changed, but tradition is immutable. Even so, some traditions drift out of favour, and new ones emerge all the time.  
  
 
Some things should be thought of as [[fads]] not traditions (even if something lasts a few years it may just be a passing thing).
 
Some things should be thought of as [[fads]] not traditions (even if something lasts a few years it may just be a passing thing).
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* [[Cloved lemon]]s (and other fruit)
 
* [[Cloved lemon]]s (and other fruit)
 
* [[No Shit, There I Was]] stories
 
* [[No Shit, There I Was]] stories
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* [[SCA time]]
 
* and many more this editor can't think of right now
 
* and many more this editor can't think of right now

Revision as of 04:49, 5 July 2003

The SCA has many traditions. Some are as simple as reverencing (bowing/curtseying) when you pass in front of the thrones (whether or not they are occupied), others are a little more complex. In the West, and now Lochac (as a scion of the West) it is often said that Laws can be changed, but tradition is immutable. Even so, some traditions drift out of favour, and new ones emerge all the time.

Some things should be thought of as fads not traditions (even if something lasts a few years it may just be a passing thing).

SCA traditions