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His other interests include [[fighter|heavy fighting]], [[thrown weapon]]s, [[heraldry]], [[feast|feasting]], [[maille|maille-making]] and [[wenching]].
 
His other interests include [[fighter|heavy fighting]], [[thrown weapon]]s, [[heraldry]], [[feast|feasting]], [[maille|maille-making]] and [[wenching]].
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==A note on being a sysop==
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I despise vandals.  Vandalism to Cunnan articles will be quickly corrected and the vandal outright banned for a an appropriate length of time.  My definition of "an appropriate length of time" is ''inversely'' proportional to the amount of caffeine in my bloodstream.
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I encourage anyone interested in making legitimate changes to Cunnan articles to make a user profile -- it's always nice to have new people in our community, and it makes it a lot easier to weed out the vandalism.

Revision as of 23:48, 28 September 2007

Fulk de Toron lives in the Canton of Petrea Thule in Ealdormere and has recently been made deputy castellan of that group. He is a former member of House Rougeabeille (as Paul de Trois-Frontières) and the primary author of the Rougeabeille Chronicle, a psuedo-medieval history of the House and the Shire of Trinovantia Nova. He maintains a keen interest in the history and development of the Society for Creative Anachronism itself, in particular that of the Kingdom of Ealdormere.

His other interests include heavy fighting, thrown weapons, heraldry, feasting, maille-making and wenching.


A note on being a sysop

I despise vandals. Vandalism to Cunnan articles will be quickly corrected and the vandal outright banned for a an appropriate length of time. My definition of "an appropriate length of time" is inversely proportional to the amount of caffeine in my bloodstream.

I encourage anyone interested in making legitimate changes to Cunnan articles to make a user profile -- it's always nice to have new people in our community, and it makes it a lot easier to weed out the vandalism.