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The [[http://www.sca.org Society for Creative Anachronism]] is an organization dedicated to studying aspects of TheMiddleAges and UsefulNotes/TheRenaissance, much like WarReenactors. On any given weekend, somewhere in the world (usually several somewheres), people come from miles around, [[GorgeousPeriodDress dressed in pre-17th century costume]] [[CriticalResearchFailure (or an attempt thereat)]], and [[KnightInShiningArmor fight in armor]] (with rattan swords), [[MedievalBallads sing period or period-style songs]], fight in armor, show off their skills with a pen/loom/anvil, fight in armor, [[FancyDinner eat a medieval feast]], fight in armor, watch as the king and queen bestow awards on some deserving gentle, and [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment fight in armor]].

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The [[http://www.sca.org Society for Creative Anachronism]] is an organization dedicated to studying aspects of TheMiddleAges and UsefulNotes/TheRenaissance, much like WarReenactors. On any given weekend, somewhere in the world (usually several somewheres), people come from miles around, [[GorgeousPeriodDress dressed in pre-17th century costume]] [[CriticalResearchFailure (or an attempt thereat)]], thereat), and [[KnightInShiningArmor fight in armor]] (with rattan swords), [[MedievalBallads sing period or period-style songs]], fight in armor, show off their skills with a pen/loom/anvil, fight in armor, [[FancyDinner eat a medieval feast]], fight in armor, watch as the king and queen bestow awards on some deserving gentle, and [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment fight in armor]].


Fun fact: According to the FBI, the SCA is technically the second-largest paramilitary organization in the United States, where "paramilitary" is defined as any group with a defined command structure that conducts survival/combat drills and operates without government oversight.[[note]]The first largest? [[ScoutOut Boy Scouts of America.]][[/note]]

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Fun fact: According to the FBI, [[UsefulNotes/AmericanLawEnforcement FBI]], the SCA is technically the second-largest paramilitary organization in the United States, where "paramilitary" is defined as any group with a defined command structure that conducts survival/combat drills and operates without government oversight.[[note]]The first largest? [[ScoutOut Boy Scouts of America.]][[/note]]


The Society began in 1966 as a medieval-themed May Day party in the backyard of author Diana L. Paxson's home in Berkeley, California. Author Creator/MarionZimmerBradley was among the guests and is credited with naming the group. Other notables known to have been involved in the SCA include authors Creator/KatherineKurtz, Creator/PoulAnderson, and [[Literature/MythAdventures Robert Asprin]], and game designer [[TabletopGames/SteveJacksonGames Steve Jackson]].

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The Society began in 1966 as a medieval-themed May Day party in the backyard of author Diana L. Paxson's home in Berkeley, California. Author Creator/MarionZimmerBradley was among the guests and is credited with naming the group. Other notables known to have been involved in the SCA include authors Creator/KatherineKurtz, Creator/PoulAnderson, and [[Literature/MythAdventures Robert Asprin]], and game designer [[TabletopGames/SteveJacksonGames [[Creator/SteveJacksonGames Steve Jackson]].


The Society began in 1966 as a medieval-themed May Day party in the backyard of author Diana L. Paxson's home in Berkeley, California. Author Creator/MarionZimmerBradley was among the guests and is credited with naming the group. Other notables known to have been involved in the SCA include authors Creator/KatherineKurtz, Creator/PoulAnderson, and [[Literature/MythAdventures Robert Asprin]].

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The Society began in 1966 as a medieval-themed May Day party in the backyard of author Diana L. Paxson's home in Berkeley, California. Author Creator/MarionZimmerBradley was among the guests and is credited with naming the group. Other notables known to have been involved in the SCA include authors Creator/KatherineKurtz, Creator/PoulAnderson, and [[Literature/MythAdventures Robert Asprin]].
Asprin]], and game designer [[TabletopGames/SteveJacksonGames Steve Jackson]].


The [[http://www.sca.org Society for Creative Anachronism]] is an organization dedicated to studying aspects of TheMiddleAges and TheRenaissance, much like WarReenactors. On any given weekend, somewhere in the world (usually several somewheres), people come from miles around, [[GorgeousPeriodDress dressed in pre-17th century costume]] [[CriticalResearchFailure (or an attempt thereat)]], and [[KnightInShiningArmor fight in armor]] (with rattan swords), [[MedievalBallads sing period or period-style songs]], fight in armor, show off their skills with a pen/loom/anvil, fight in armor, [[FancyDinner eat a medieval feast]], fight in armor, watch as the king and queen bestow awards on some deserving gentle, and [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment fight in armor]].

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The [[http://www.sca.org Society for Creative Anachronism]] is an organization dedicated to studying aspects of TheMiddleAges and TheRenaissance, UsefulNotes/TheRenaissance, much like WarReenactors. On any given weekend, somewhere in the world (usually several somewheres), people come from miles around, [[GorgeousPeriodDress dressed in pre-17th century costume]] [[CriticalResearchFailure (or an attempt thereat)]], and [[KnightInShiningArmor fight in armor]] (with rattan swords), [[MedievalBallads sing period or period-style songs]], fight in armor, show off their skills with a pen/loom/anvil, fight in armor, [[FancyDinner eat a medieval feast]], fight in armor, watch as the king and queen bestow awards on some deserving gentle, and [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment fight in armor]].


The Society for Creative Anachronism is an organization dedicated to studying aspects of TheMiddleAges and TheRenaissance, much like WarReenactors. On any given weekend, somewhere in the world (usually several somewheres), people come from miles around, [[GorgeousPeriodDress dressed in pre-17th century costume]] [[CriticalResearchFailure (or an attempt thereat)]], and [[KnightInShiningArmor fight in armor]] (with rattan swords), [[MedievalBallads sing period or period-style songs]], fight in armor, show off their skills with a pen/loom/anvil, fight in armor, [[FancyDinner eat a medieval feast]], fight in armor, watch as the king and queen bestow awards on some deserving gentle, and [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment fight in armor]].

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The [[http://www.sca.org Society for Creative Anachronism Anachronism]] is an organization dedicated to studying aspects of TheMiddleAges and TheRenaissance, much like WarReenactors. On any given weekend, somewhere in the world (usually several somewheres), people come from miles around, [[GorgeousPeriodDress dressed in pre-17th century costume]] [[CriticalResearchFailure (or an attempt thereat)]], and [[KnightInShiningArmor fight in armor]] (with rattan swords), [[MedievalBallads sing period or period-style songs]], fight in armor, show off their skills with a pen/loom/anvil, fight in armor, [[FancyDinner eat a medieval feast]], fight in armor, watch as the king and queen bestow awards on some deserving gentle, and [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment fight in armor]].


#'''Kingdom of Alantia''': (Maryland, District of Columbia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Augusta, Georgia)

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#'''Kingdom of Alantia''': Atlantia''': (Maryland, District of Columbia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and Augusta, Georgia)


The Society began in 1966 as a medieval-themed May Day party in the backyard of author Diana L. Paxson's home in Berkeley, California. Author Creator/MarionZimmerBradley was among the guests and is credited with naming the group. Other science fiction and fantasy authors known to have been involved in the SCA include Creator/KatherineKurtz, Creator/PoulAnderson, and [[Literature/MythAdventures Robert Asprin]].

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The Society began in 1966 as a medieval-themed May Day party in the backyard of author Diana L. Paxson's home in Berkeley, California. Author Creator/MarionZimmerBradley was among the guests and is credited with naming the group. Other science fiction and fantasy authors notables known to have been involved in the SCA include authors Creator/KatherineKurtz, Creator/PoulAnderson, and [[Literature/MythAdventures Robert Asprin]].


The Society began in 1966 as a medieval-themed May Day party in the backyard of author Diana L. Paxson's home in Berkeley, California. Author Creator/MarionZimmerBradley was among the guests and is credited with naming the group. Other science fiction and fantasy authors known to have been involved in the SCA include Creator/KatherineKurtz, Creator/PoulAnderson, and Robert Asprin.

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The Society began in 1966 as a medieval-themed May Day party in the backyard of author Diana L. Paxson's home in Berkeley, California. Author Creator/MarionZimmerBradley was among the guests and is credited with naming the group. Other science fiction and fantasy authors known to have been involved in the SCA include Creator/KatherineKurtz, Creator/PoulAnderson, and [[Literature/MythAdventures Robert Asprin.
Asprin]].


The Society began in 1966 as a medieval-themed May Day party in the backyard of author Diana L. Paxson's home in Berkeley, California. Author Creator/MarionZimmerBradley was among the guests and is credited with naming the group.

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The Society began in 1966 as a medieval-themed May Day party in the backyard of author Diana L. Paxson's home in Berkeley, California. Author Creator/MarionZimmerBradley was among the guests and is credited with naming the group.
group. Other science fiction and fantasy authors known to have been involved in the SCA include Creator/KatherineKurtz, Creator/PoulAnderson, and Robert Asprin.


The SCA is organized into twenty "Kingdoms" across most of North America, Western Europe, Australia, and Japan. By the rules of the SCA, the Monarchs of each of the kingdoms are decided by Crown Tourneys held every six months. To enter a Crown Tourney, the combatant must have a consort who will serve alongside them for their term. The victors of the Tourney are crown Prince and Princess, and will serve as King and Queen six months after their victory, where the tourney for their successors will be decided.

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The SCA is organized into twenty "Kingdoms" "kingdoms" across most of North America, Western Europe, Australia, and Japan. These kingdoms are further divided into smaller subgroups based on the population of registered members: region, barony, canton, shire, and so forth. By the rules of the SCA, the Monarchs monarchs of each of the kingdoms are decided by Crown Tourneys held every six months. To enter a Crown Tourney, the combatant must have a consort who will serve alongside them for their term. The victors of the Tourney are crown Prince and Princess, and will serve as King and Queen six months after their victory, where the tourney for their successors will be decided.


The SCA is organized into Twenty "Kingdoms" across most of North America, Western Europe and Japan. By the rules of the SCA, the Monarchs of each of the kingdoms are decided by Crown Tourneys held every six months. To enter a Crown Tourney, the combatant must have a consort who will serve alongside them for their term. The victors of the Tourney are crown Prince and Princess, and will serve as King and Queen six months after their victory, where the tourney for their successors will be decided.

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The SCA is organized into Twenty twenty "Kingdoms" across most of North America, Western Europe Europe, Australia, and Japan. By the rules of the SCA, the Monarchs of each of the kingdoms are decided by Crown Tourneys held every six months. To enter a Crown Tourney, the combatant must have a consort who will serve alongside them for their term. The victors of the Tourney are crown Prince and Princess, and will serve as King and Queen six months after their victory, where the tourney for their successors will be decided.


The Society for Creative Anachronism is an organization dedicated to studying aspects of TheMiddleAges and TheRenaissance, much like WarReenactors. On any given weekend, somewhere in the world (usually several somewheres), people come from miles around, [[GorgeousPeriodDress dressed in pre-17th century costume]] [[CriticalResearchFailure (or an attempt thereat)]], and fight in armor (with rattan swords), [[MedievalBallads sing period or period-style songs]], fight in armor, show off their skills with a pen/loom/anvil, fight in armor, [[FancyDinner eat a medieval feast]], fight in armor, watch as the king and queen bestow awards on some deserving gentle, and [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment fight in armor]].

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The Society for Creative Anachronism is an organization dedicated to studying aspects of TheMiddleAges and TheRenaissance, much like WarReenactors. On any given weekend, somewhere in the world (usually several somewheres), people come from miles around, [[GorgeousPeriodDress dressed in pre-17th century costume]] [[CriticalResearchFailure (or an attempt thereat)]], and [[KnightInShiningArmor fight in armor armor]] (with rattan swords), [[MedievalBallads sing period or period-style songs]], fight in armor, show off their skills with a pen/loom/anvil, fight in armor, [[FancyDinner eat a medieval feast]], fight in armor, watch as the king and queen bestow awards on some deserving gentle, and [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment fight in armor]].

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