The Chain of the Faithful

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The Chain of The Faithful
Creation Date: 2018
Maker: Ryouko'jin of-the Iron-Skies
Status: Active


Of the knightly virtues perhaps none is more commonly forgotten than faith. Those who know the great trials who have been tested and found wanting who have dared greatly and strode gallantly know that when there is nothing left there is still always faith. Faith need not be in a higher power, faith can be in a man, a team, a crown, an ideal. Faith grants the power to persevere in the face of all adversity. The Unbelted Tygers are a union forged in blood and steel. They push from the back and pull from the front, leaving each their mark upon the team until they achieve the accolade and are removed from the team by means of promotion.

In 2018 The former captain of the Unbelted Champions Sir Ryouko'jin Of-The Iron-Skies gathered the links of his deputies and those that came before him to begin the chain.


Those Tygers who have transitioned into chivalry from the teams champions both heroic and melee have donated the links of their chains of fealty to weave a chain to be worn by Unbelted Champions captain. The chain is adorned with a reliquary containing earth from the Pennsic field.

Known Contributors

  • Duke Brennan mac Fearghus
  • Count Thorson
  • Count Ozurr
  • Viscount Ajax Thermopylon
  • Viscount Antonii Machinevik
  • Viscount Culann mac Cianain
  • Sir Cedric of Amorica
  • Sir Douglas Henry
  • Sir Hrafn Bonesetter
  • Master Tiernan Mcalpin
  • Sir Brien McShane
  • Sir Cassius Pontianus
  • Sir Baptiste Al Kalakal
  • Sir Mathew D'Arden
  • Sir Ryouko'jin of Iron-skies
  • Sir Kennimathor Geirrson
  • Sir Simon Montgomery
  • Sir Harold Hawkinson
  • Sir Hassan Ibn Abd Al-Malik
  • Sir Arne Ulrichson
  • Sir Euric Germanicus


  • The Badge of the Unbelted Champion engraved with the words "We war as one"
  • Reliquary holding the sacred Earth of the Pennsic field
  • Reliquary holding the sacred earth of the first tournament
  • Brass Lamellar plate bearing the arms of Seamus Mac Neachtain engraved with the words "And nothing will stop us on earth or above"