Other SCA Blogs

8 Apr 2014 by gebhard, No Comments »

If you would like your blog listed here, please contact Gebhard. I’ll likely remove blogs that haven’t updated at least once every six months.

Blogs on SCA Life

Zsof’s Blog Rules on being a Peer: http://zsof.livejournal.com/

Ceara writes about her journey as a protege:  http://protegelife.wordpress.com/

Blogs on Fighting

Duke Dag’s new fighters blog: http://dagsheim.com/

Duke Marc de Arundel web site on bastard sword technique in the SCA: http://www.scabastardsword.com/

One of our new fighters Kate, tales of her adventures on the armored list: http://myscalifee.blogspot.com/

Sticks, Chivalry & The Rose: A Lady Fighter in the SCA: http://steelandchivalry.wordpress.com/

Blogs on Making Awesome Things and Research

The German Renaissance of Genoveva http://germanrenaissance.net/tag/landsknecht/

Heodez on Exploring the beauty recipes of the Middle Ages and Renaissance.  http://segretipavone.wordpress.com/

Prof. Steven Mulberger’s (author of many awesome books I love) Blog on history:  http://smuhlberger.blogspot.ca/

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