The King and Queen of the Outlands

Darius of Jaxartes and Anna MacTaggart

His Majesty Darius of Jaxartes and Her Majesty Anna MacTaggart

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Royal Household

King's Champion






A&S Champion



Windhover Bard



Shield of Chivalry


Blue Iris Herald


Shield of Chivalry


Bearer of the Queen’s Favor



Mistress of the Robes


Captain of the Queen's Guard


Queen’s Guard


Queen's Champion



Protector of the Queen’s Heart



Royal Archer


Steward of the Royal Household



Defender of the Queen


Rapier of Chivalry


Flower of Chivalry


Largesse Coordinator


Royal Dapifer


Head Lady in Waiting


Ladies in Waiting



King’s Guard




Royal Preferences

 His Majesty  Her Majesty
Food Allergies  
 None None
  Food Likes
 olives, vegetables Any meats, cheeses, pickles, carrots, crackers, hummus, chips and salsa, fruit
  Food Dislikes
 Any liqour except vodka

mustard, olives, nuts (peanuts ok), mushrooms, broccoli, horseradish, bloody marys

  Beverage Preferences
G2, San Pellegrino, coffee, flavored Red Bull, Stella Artois, vodka G2, unsweet iced tea, coffee, flavored Red Bull, microbrew beer, vodka, single malt
Gift Preferences
colors - argent and sable colors - gules, argent, sable

Photography Policy

Good people of the Outlands and honored guests-

Their Majesties have asked me to step away from the stage for a moment to discuss something. In ancient Outlandish times, the Crown would make known their preferences on photography during court. That went by the wayside, but recent things have prompted Their Majesties to bring it back.

They have seen, in this kingdom and in others, photographers becoming intrusive. Their Majesties have been distracted by members of the Court using cameras and cell phones. All of these people were not doing it to be disruptive. They were trying to capture a special moment. Unfortunately, their actions distracted the audience and appeared in others’ pictures. By trying to capture it, they intrude on the medieval moment for those watching.

Their Majesties love pictures. LOVE them. They love the photographers and respect their art. Their Majesties are NOT banning photography. They merely wish for the living tableau that is Court to be free from cameras.

Ideal spots to shoot from are on the sides, between the last chairs up in court and the first row of the audience or from the back of the hall. You are less likely to get other photographers in your shot, and less likely to distract those in the moment.

If you have any questions as to where best to be with your camera, please ask Their Majesties’ heralds.

Thank you for your time.


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