Nadbroicc inigena Druisten, called Ommadan

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Resides: Principality of the Mists, West Kingdom
Status: Active
Awards: Order of Precedence
Per pale sable and vert, a mouse sejant erect playing an Irish harp argent
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Lady Nadbroicc inigena Druisten (NADbrick inyena DRISten), called Ommadan, has been playing in the SCA since 1975. She has gotten around kingdom-wise over the years, having lived in Caid, the West, the Outlands, Meridies, Midrealm, and the then-Protectorate / Principality of Drachenwald, but she calls the East her home (and will be returning home to the East soon). She was one of the first Maunches of Drachenwald -- she also designed the Arms of Drachenwald. (There was a contest! I won!)


Ommadan is a 6th-century Pict of the Cat tribe, living in Inse Catt (Shetland). She used to be a fierce warrior, going on raids against the Dal Riada and even raiding as far as Ireland, where she spent a number of years and acquired the nickname Mouse. Now retired, she spends her time tending her sheep and ponies and playing harp for the residents of her broch. She is still fierce, though. Wee and fierce.


  • Award of Arms (9/27/1980, Jahn & Tuiren, Principality of Drachenwald, East)
  • Order of the Maunche (1/10/1981, Drachenwald Twelfth Night, Michael & Carissa, Principality of Drachenwald, East)
  • Company of the Pennon of the East (3/19/2016, Gulf Wars XXV (Meridies), Brennan II & Caoilfhionn II, East)
  • Order of the Silver Nib (3/27/2021, Spring Crown Tournament (Virtual), Uther & Vera, West)


  • Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB) Deputy (2022-present, Principality of the Mists, West)
  • Herald (2019-2022, Shire of Cloondara, West)


  • Member of House Three Skulls (sub-chief)
  • Student of Tangwystel Telynores (wire-strung harp or clarseach)


  • Student of the Scribal Arts
  • Student of Heraldry (mainly book heraldry)
  • Student of the Harp (wire-strung harp or clarseach)

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