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Latest revision as of 15:46, 30 January 2020

Photo
MartinWasserSpeier.jpg
Carolingia Baronial Champs 2014 (Photo by Beth Burdick)
Information
Resides: Barony of Carolingia
Status: Active
Awards: Order of Precedence
Heraldry
WasserSpeierDevice.jpg
Per fess embattled argent and azure, issuant from the line of division a nude bat-winged demi-man sable
Award & Office Badges
Award of ArmsBlue Tyger LegionCompanion of the Order of the Silver WheelCourtBaronySovereign's Cypher

Introduction

Baron Martin Wasser Speier (aka Martin der Wasserspeier) is a member of Duchy Von Drachenklaue and Clan Faolach, and squired to Duke Brennan mac Fearghus.

Persona

Born in Hamburg in the year 1355, son of Ludwig the stonemason and his wife Ilsa, brother to Jost and Frances. Following the death of his father, Martin was given into the service of an English nobleman who was passing through Germany on his way home.

Offices & Positions

Awards

Interests

  • Fencing
  • Thrown Weapons
  • Middle Eastern Drumming
  • Wordsmithing
  • Being helpful

In Case of Court

  • Please DO surprise in court.
  • Either male or female pronouns are fine on a scroll (persona vs actual person), but pick one and stick with it throughout the text.
  • Contact Sfandra Dmitrieva iz Chernigova for measurements.
  • Contact Brennan mac Fearghus for scroll preferences and all other questions.