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Also known as the 'victor'.
 
Also known as the 'victor'.
  
The winner is the person who defeats their opponent, often in combat. Winning in the SCA can often lead to a person becoming [[King]], a [[barony]] claiming "ownership" over another barony after [[war]], or a fighter "winning" another's [[consort]].
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==Winning in the SCA==
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The winner is the person who defeats their opponent, often in combat. Winning in the [[SCA]] can often lead to a person becoming [[King]], a [[barony]] claiming "ownership" over another barony after [[war]], or a fighter "winning" another's [[consort]].
  
There are many ways of being competitive in the SCA. In arts and sciences, a person may win several A&S competitions, thus becoming recognised by all the Laurels and then eventually becoming a [[laurel]] themselves.
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There are many ways of being competitive in the [[SCA]]. In arts and sciences, a person may win several A&S competitions, thus becoming recognised by all the Laurels and then eventually becoming a [[laurel]] themselves.

Revision as of 13:52, 27 May 2006

Also known as the 'victor'.

Winning in the SCA

The winner is the person who defeats their opponent, often in combat. Winning in the SCA can often lead to a person becoming King, a barony claiming "ownership" over another barony after war, or a fighter "winning" another's consort.

There are many ways of being competitive in the SCA. In arts and sciences, a person may win several A&S competitions, thus becoming recognised by all the Laurels and then eventually becoming a laurel themselves.