Ceremony for admitting someone to the Order of the

Golden pheon



Herald:  Now let _____________ come before Their Royal Majesties.


Crown:  Says personal words about the person's Archery Skill and Service.


Herald:  Reads the scroll or text below:


To those who come by these letters:

know ye that We, ____________ and ____________, King and Queen of this fair Kingdom of the Outlands, would fain honor ____________ for [his/her] superior skill in Archery.  Thus We are minded to make [him/her] a Companion of the Golden Pheon.  We bestow upon [him/her] all rights and responsibilities attendant upon this rank, including the right to bear the badge of the Order, to wit:  Vert, a pheon inverted environed of a stag's attire, all within a bordure embattled Or.

Done by Our hands this ___ day of _________, A.S. ______, being ____ in the common era.

____________, King   ____________, Queen


Crown:  Presents the recipient with medallion (which could be done while the scroll is being read), and makes further comments, if any.


Herald:  For __________________, HIP, HIP...  (3 cheers)


Recipient leaves the Royal Presence.