Ceremony for admitting someone to the Order of the
Herald: Now let _____________________________ come before Their Royal Majesties.
Crown: Says personal words about the person's contribution to their Shire, either in the area of Martial Arts, Service, or Arts and Sciences, before or after the scroll is read.
Herald: Reads the scroll or the text below:
Let the populace hearken to Our words that all may know that We, ____________ and ____________, being by right of arms King and Queen of this fair realm of the Outlands, do wish to honour Our subject ____________ for [his/her] service to Our [Shire/College] of _____________. This gentle [man/woman] has demonstrated
version for fighting:
extraordinary dedication to the fighting arts as well as skill at arms, and is held in high esteem by Us and by Our subjects in the Shire of _____________.
version for service:
unfailing dedication in serving Our shire of ___________, and thus is held in high esteem by Us and by Our subjects in [his/her] Shire.
version for arts:
extraordinary talent in the [fine art of ______/Arts and Sciences], and has freely contributed [his/her] efforts to [his/her] Shire.
At this time We are pleased to admit [him/her] to the Order of the Trefoil and charge [him/her] to conduct [himself/herself] in a manner befitting a member of this company. We grant [him/her] the right to bear the insignia of the Order, to wit: Vert, a trefoil slipped argent 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.