Baronial Awards


Baronial awards are given to people in recognition of service, achievement, good deeds, or for many other reasons.

Bunny Tail: Also known as a “Piece of Tail”. This is usually the first Baronial recognition a person gets and is used to acknowledge that a newcomer is now “one of us” and is a valued member of the Barony.
Great Chalice of Skraeling Althing: This award is given to an individual or individuals who are seen as exemplars of authenticity in their recreation, and whose qualities of service, hospitality, courtesy, dress and deportment are foremost. Specifically, it recognizes the person or persons who have advanced the cause of authenticity in diverse aspects of Baronial life. This award is open to any member of the Barony regardless of rank or office. As this award will make the recipient(s) the Baronial Cup Bearer(s), it will be presented in succession.
Order of the Black Hare Order of the Black Hare: This award is given in recognition of outstanding achievement and contributions to the Arts and Sciences within the Barony of Skraeling Althing.
Order of the Friends of the Hare Order of the Friends of the Hare: This award is the equivalent of the Order of the Hare Salient, but is given to people from outside the Barony of Skraeling Althing or to people who are leaving the Barony to move elsewhere.
Order of the Hare Salient Order of the Hare Salient: This is the Baronial-level service award and is given for outstanding service to the Barony of Skraeling Althing.
Order of the Hare Valiant Order of the Hare Valiant: This award is given in recognition of outstanding achievement and contributions to the Martial Arts within the Barony of Skraeling Althing. The “Martial Arts” include: armoured combat, rapier combat, archery and equestrian activities.
Order of the Tantony Order of the Tantony: This award is given in recognition of outstanding achievement and contributions within the SCA by a member of the Barony of Skraeling Althing who is less than 16 years of age. The Tantony is the smallest bell in a carillon of bells. Even the smallest voice contributes to the harmony of the Barony.

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