Pennsic War

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Tomak's Fountain

by Baroness Catherine Oakley

Volunteering at Pennsic

by Baroness TSivia bas Tamara v’Amberview, O.L., Pennsic Independent Feature Writer

Tyger roars in the woods again

By DonalBane of Blackmers

After 11 War Points: Eastern Tygers 9, Midrealm Dragons 2
On a temperate Tuesday, the Grand Armies of the East and Midrealm gathered again for Pennsic trademark: the woods battle.

A Day for the Arts and Sciences

by Magistra Nicolaa de Bracton

For the past seven years, the A&S Display has been the “place to be” for those wishing to share their projects with the Known World, as well as those seeking inspiration. This year was no exception.

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PI Web Edition -- Tuesday, August 17, 2004

This is the Pennsic Independent for Tuesday, August 17. Please use the table of contents below to see today's top stories.

Getting to the Point at Pennsic

By Master Liam St. Liam

Baron Raphael di Angelo is just letting off extra energy, and he's doing it by striving to fight more than 1,000 rapier bouts this Pennsic.

Baron Raphael, who is ranked 52nd in the world in mundane epee competitions, missed out on a berth to the Olympics in Athens and found himself still ready for a challenge.

Traffic Tie Up

By: Juliet Runolfskona
Disabilities Camp

On Sunday night, Public Safety reported a traffic jam. Servant's Path was intermittently blocked by Traffic Control as scooters usurped the road.

Monday Fencing Roundup

By Master Liam St. Liam
Pennsic Independent Battlefield Correspondent

Don Antonio Patriquin of the East Kingdom set the tone for Monday's Rapier Champions' tournament by capturing the opening bout over Lord Martin of Hawksworth of the Middle Kingdom in a matchup of kingdom champions.

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