Innilgard

The Barony of Innilgard is based in Adelaide, South Australia and includes land in the Northern Territory, Australia.

The Barony of Innilgard was established on 21 June 1986 and is the second oldest Barony in Lochac. Tovye Woolmongere and Aislinn de Valence are Baron and Baroness Innilgard – that is, the founding Baron and Baroness of Innilgard.

Innilgard’s website includes a photo gallery of various members of the residents, and of many events held there.

Reigning Barons and Baronesses

The full list and dates of all reigning Barons and Baronesses (also known as Landed Gentry or Landed Barons and Baronesses) are listed on the Canon Lore website under Innilgard.

The current landed gentry are Baron Yevan de Leeds and Baroness Eva von Danzig.

Baron Yevan and Baroness Eva, sixth baron and baroness of Innilgard, at Rowany Festival AS48. Photo by Lord Hugh de Beaufort

Baron Yevan and Baroness Eva, sixth baron and baroness of Innilgard, at Rowany Festival AS48.
Photo by Lord Hugh de Beaufort

Baronial Changeover Events

Baronial Device

The device for the Barony, as described on the Lochac Roll of Arms, is:

Argent, a fret gules, surmounted by a laurel wreath, all within a bordure embattled azure.

Arms of Innilgard, as rendered by Master William Castille.

Arms of Innilgard, as rendered by Master William Castille.

 

Subgroups

Arms of Blessed Herman the Cripple, as rendered by Master William Castille.

Arms of Blessed Herman the Cripple, as rendered by Master William Castille.

Baronial Stories

Read the Adventures of Captain Innilgard, a recount of the exchange and one-upman-ship between the Barons and Baronesses of Krae Glas and Innilgard.

Baronial Awards

Innilgard’s Order of Precedence is published online, listing the members of their barony who have recieved various baronial-level awards.

Order of the Fretted Fiddle

The Order of the Fretted Fiddle is an award for entertainment.

Order of the Fretted Goblet

The Order of the Fretted Goblet is an award for service to the Barony.

Fretted Goblet by Eva von Danzig

The token for the Fretted Goblet. Photo by Baroness Eva von Danzig.

Order of the Gobbled Frette

The Order of the Gobbled Frette is an award given to cooking competition winners.

Token for the Gobbled Frette. Photo by Baroness Eva von Danzig.

Token for the Gobbled Frette. Photo by Baroness Eva von Danzig.

Order of the Golden Owl

The Order of the Golden Owl is an award given for service in the Arts and Sciences (usually teaching).

Token for the Golden Owl. Photo by Baroness Eva von Danzig.

Token for the Golden Owl. Photo by Baroness Eva von Danzig.

Order of the Knotted Noose

The Order of the Knotted Noose is given to first time stewards (blue) or feast stewards (red).

Token for the Red Knotted Noose. Photo by Baroness Eva von Danzig.

Token for the Red Knotted Noose. Photo by Baroness Eva von Danzig.

Token for the Blue Knotted Noose. Photo by Baroness Eva von Danzig.

Token for the Blue Knotted Noose. Photo by Baroness Eva von Danzig.

Order of the Silver Frette

The Order of the Silver Frette is an award given for grace and courtesy.

Token for the Silver Frette. Photo by Baroness Eva von Danzig.

Token for the Silver Frette. Photo by Baroness Eva von Danzig.

Primus Agmen

The Primus Agmen is awarded to those who often set up and pack down.

Huscarle

The Huscarle is the Innilgard heavy combatants top award.

Token for the Huscarl. Photo by Baroness Eva von Danzig.

Token for the Huscarle. Photo by Baroness Eva von Danzig.

Courtier

The Courtier is the Innilgard rapier combatants top award.

Innilgard Courtier by Eva von Danzig

Token for the Courtier. Photo by Baroness Eva von Danzig.

Arts and Sciences Champion

The Arts and Sciences Champion of Innilgard is awarded a token.

Token for the Arts and Sciences Champion of Innilgard. Photo by Baroness Eva von Danzig.

Token for the Arts and Sciences Champion of Innilgard. Photo by Baroness Eva von Danzig.

Baronial Ciphers

Baronial ciphers differ between Barons and Baronesses.

Events

The following is a list of major events run by Innilgard:

  • La Prova Dura – a Heavy Combatants ‘proof of endurance’ weekend event run every two years.
  • Great Southern Gathering – a weekend event alternately shared by the southern baronies of Lochac (including Innilgard, Ynys Fawr, Stormhold and Krae Glas). It usually focuses on Arts and Sciences and Rapier.