Queen of Hearts XXVII
Tournaments and War Maneuvers
August 8, 2020 - August 9, 2020
- Friday: Marhsals & staff should try to get to the event Friday
night. We'll have stuff to go over and a castle to set up, so the earlier
you can get there, the better. EHs should be on site by early afternoon.
No players should be on site without explicit permission from the eventholders.
Camping on Friday night is not allowed.
Saturday: Site opens at 9:00 am. Reading of the Rules starts promptly
at 11:00 am, and tournaments begin immediately thereafter. Dinner break
will occur in the evening, followed by Rhiassa Court and the non-combat
tournament showcase. There will be a short nightquest depending on the time available.
Sunday: Tournaments resume at 10:00 am. Tournaments will end in the
late afternoon, and the Awards Ceremony will immediately follow the
end of Queen's War. We hope to get the awards ceremony over by 5:00,
but in the past we have often wrapped things up as late as 6:00. Site closes at 7:00 pm.
- Swift River Sportsmens Club, Belchertown, MA (directions
- The Omnibus to the Realms (available at realmsnet.net).
- PREREGISTRATION SUGGESTED
$30 (paypal link at realmsnet.net)
Admission for kids under 15 is $15 and kids under 10 are admitted for free.
Contact People / Event Holders:
- Jason Rosa
2 Webber Rd
Rocky Hill, CT, 06067
email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jennifer DeNardis-Rosa
email to email@example.com
- Lani Jones
email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Come join us for the annual Queen of Hearts Tournaments and War Maneuvers. This is the 27th Queen of Hearts and we're excited to continue working together with the community to make this event the best it can be. We're excited about the changes we've made to the formula we've been perfecting for the last couple years and are confident in the weekend of tournaments that we are putting together.
To compete in tournaments you must be supporting someone who is running for the honorific title of "Queen of Hearts".
You can come to the event not supporting anyone and then offer your services to someone on Saturday morning if you want to. Individual tournaments are run with one entry from each team. If you want to do individual tournies, you would do well to contact a team or set up your own.
Rhiassan Cub Care will be on site all weekend to entertain the younger members of our community.
If you are running a team you must inform the EHs. There is a 6 team cap. First come, first served. Only a paid pre-reg of your Queen and three True Supporters saves you a spot. Please send the check to the Rocky Hill address above and send an email with the list of True Supporters' IC and OOC names, or use the Paypal link on RealmsNET.
Please review the full list of tourneys if you are assembling a team. There have been changes, including specifications for the entries for some non-coms.
The crafting categories for this year:
- Single short mace.
- Bracers and greaves matching set.
- Priest/priestess vestments.
- Realistic looking round shield at least 2’ in diameter.
- Magic ritual set to music.
Presentations during court are allowed, but presentations are to be
limited to 90 seconds. This gives players a minute an a half to
present the projects. After 90 seconds, they will be pulled from the
stage, no matter what. A 10 second warning will be given.
Performance is limited to about five minutes.
Along with the court presentations, teams are encouraged to submit a
write up on non-com entries. Doing so will allow the judges a
greater insight into your projects if you are on the field or
otherwise not able. The write up should contain information for the
judges such as a few paragraphs of IC information, construction
information, hours invested, and any techniques or features the
creator is especially proud of.
Please direct all questions about non-com competitions to
Jen DeNardis-Rosa at email@example.com