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Max at Great Northeastern War XXXIII, A.S. LIV
Resides: Province of Malagentia
Status: active
Awards: Order of Precedence
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Sable in pale a heart and a chain fracted argent.
Award & Office Badges
Companion of the Order of the LaurelCompanion of the Order of the Silver CrescentCompanion of the Order of the MauncheSagittariusAward of ArmsAward of the Golden LyreGrand Master Bowman


I followed Anne Meckil von Salm into the SCA in 1997 to make sure She was always getting enough coffee. Hand in hand, Meckil and I were inducted into the Order of the Laurel at the Great Northeastern War in 2014.


Maxton Gunn is a liaison of King James VI of Scotland to the Court of Queen Elizabeth of England. The year is 1602.


Offices & Positions

  • Chronicler, Province of Malagentia, 2004 and 2005
  • Authorized Archery Marshal, since 2005
  • Herald, Province of Malagentia, 2008 and 2009
  • Northern Region Champion of Arts and Science, 2010
  • Archery Champion to the Province of Malagentia, 2010, 2013, 2015, 2018

Event Staff

  • Battlefield Coordinator, Great Northeastern War, 2004, 2011
  • Archery Steward, Great Northeastern War, 2005
  • Road Scholar, Great Northeastern War, 2007, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19
  • Co-Steward of the Northern Region Arts & Science Competion, Spring's Inspirations, 2011
  • Royal Liaison, Great Northeastern War, 2018, 2019

Projects & Publications

  • Hosted 253 archery practices, 2001 to 2018
  • Editor of The Moonstone, Newsletter of the Province of Malagentia, 2004 and 2005 (Black Fox Award, Color Art, 2005)
  • Editor of The Gaulstone, Newsletter of the Haus Wanderstamm, 2006 to 2014
  • Administrator of the Renaissance Interiors discussion group 2007 to 2015

In Case of Court

Other Information

  • I never tire of discussing crossbows, pavilions, and woodworking.
  • Photos and projects may be found at: