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Scroll Text: Laurel for Sofia Tyzes


Cerian Cantwr            


It came to pass, that in the forty-sixth year of our society, there
came before the court of brave King Eidrbrander and beloved Queen Runa,
a woman of the Magyars.

Tall and proud she stood, with steady gaze and fervent voice.
"Your Majesties, I am Tyzes Sofia. You have called, and I have answered.
Long have I labored in the fields of theatre, learning my craft, producing
plays, and teaching this knowledge to all who wished to listen. To reach
Your side this twenty-fourth evening of September; I have had to blaze a
trail through untracked wildernesses, scale the highest and most
intimidating of mountains, thread my way through nests of vipers, and
most perilously of all - work with actors. All these struggles and
more, I have overcome to stand before you today. This I have done."

The crown looked upon Their subject and was pleased. "We commend you
for your efforts. Know that We number you among the most skilled artisans
of Our Middle Realm. Go forth from Our court at Red Spears wearing the
symbols of Our esteem." So saying, They placed a laurel medallion upon
her breast, took her hands, and raised her up before their populace.

Thus it was written. Thus it was done.



Scroll by Mistress Jocelyn of Lutterworth




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