Sterling De La Rosa

From EastKingdomWiki

This article is a stub. You can help the East Kingdom wiki by expanding it.

Don't know what information to put? See our Templates Page.

See Template_talk:Populace for full suggested contents.

Caption Needed
Resides: Barony of Iron Bog (NJ)
Status: Still active but currently in school
Awards: Order of Precedence
Argent, on a bend sinister azure between two wolf's paw prints sable a rose argent between two hearts palewise Or.
Award & Office Badges


The SCA found me in 1994. I was dropped into a fighter practice in what is now know as the Barony of Iron Bog. After our introduction, I found an interest in fighting, dancing (belly), and storytelling. I traded with a group of then gypsies (Scadians with a Romany persona) for my labor and they would help me with garb as well as more knowledge about the SCA. Friendship, family and love for the SCA was born. The longer I was part of the SCA the more that I wanted to focus on who I am and will be come.


16th Century - Mamluks -Janarsay


  • Member of the Tadcaster Militia
  • Member of House Silver Keep
  Previously squired to Master Wulfgar o’ the Wood

Offices & Positions

  • Shire of Iron Bog
  Deputy Exchequer 
  Knight Marshal
  • Barony of Iron Bog
  Knight Marshal (Present)  
  MOL (Present)
  • Kingdom
  Southern Regional Youth Marshal
  Southern Regional unbelt captain 2016 Team
  Captain of Queens Guard Kiena Stewart
  Fencing Marshal at large
  Knight Marshal at large 
  Combat Archery Marshal at large

Event Staff

  • Event Steward
  Autumn Rose Faire and Tourney 2001
  Baronial Games 
  River War
  Coronation of Gryffith II and Aikaterine II (formerly River War) 2010
  River War 2011
  River War 2012
  River War 2014
  River War 2016
  River War 2017
  River War 2018
  River War 2020
  • Deputy Steward
  River War 2013 
  • Head Cook - St.Martins Day 2002
  • Knight Marshal
  • Youth Marshal
  • Kitchen Help
  • Pennsic Road sign crew
  • Pennsic watch

Projects & Publications

My current interest is in pyrography. Some would be more familiar with the term woodburning. True this is an art form just outside of the 16oo’s however various forms of pyrography can be found as early as the first century. At that time use stone and then metal to scrape the charred wood of their fires. I am still doing research, below are just a couple examples including a pic of my first scroll.

|Wood1.jpg |Wood2.jpg |Wood3.jpg

Awards and Honors

  • Order of Precedence
  • Blue Tyger Legion:
  • House Silver Keep
  • Southern Armored Army
  • Bardic Ranking Novice

In Case of Court

Please no writ

More Information