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Welcome to MidBards - the on-line home of the Mid-Realm bardic community. This site is dedicated to the encouragement and support of the bardic arts within the Middle Kingdom and the Society for Creative Anachronism. We are made up of bards, troubadors, trouveres, minstrels, minnesingers, jongleurs, singers, storytellers, poets, scops, skalds, fillids, olaves, griots, wordsmiths, and friends of these arts. This site is meant to act as a community bulliten board, a knowledge base, and a repository of our work - a place to meet, teach, and be inspired. While our focus is on Mid-Realm bardic activities, anyone is welcome to make use of these pages. So welcome one and all. If you have questions, comments, or suggestions; please contact the webmaster, Cerian Cantwr.

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Sep 21, 2017:
  • Upcomng Event: Bardic Madness starts on November 18, 2017 for 1 day(s) in Rivenstar (Lafayette, IN)
Sep 11, 2017:
  • The kingdom made its' most recent bardic laurel this weekend - Lucia Elena Braganza. Earlier this reign, both Caroline de Mercier and Lorelei Skye were also elevated for Bardic Arts.

    It's actually been an amazing summer for bardic laurels. In addition to our three new Mid-Realm ones, Aethelmarc made one (Gwendolyn the Graceful) and Atlantia made three (Johann von Solothurn, Richard Wyn, and Yaakov HaMizrachi).

What's New:

Sep 20, 2017:
Sep 19, 2017:
Sep 1, 2017:
Aug 28, 2017:

Kingdom Bard
Lucia Elena Braganza

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