Innilgard Baronial Changeover AS48

On Saturday the 5th of April 2014, Their Majesties Alfar of Attica and Angahrat Benbras attended the Baronial changeover of the landed gentry of the Barony of Innilgard. The event was held at Estonian Hall in North Adelaide, South Australia and was stewarded by Lady Collette de Harcourt.

The outgoing Baron and Baroness of Innilgard at their stepdown - Baron Aylwin Greymane and Baroness Ingerith Ryzka. Photo by Lady Arganhell merch Briauc April 2014

The outgoing Baron and Baroness of Innilgard at their stepdown – Baron Aylwin Greymane and Baroness Ingerith Ryzka.
Photo by Lady Arganhell merch Briauc April 2014

Continuing the saga between Innilgard and Kraé Glas, Baron Aylwin and Baroness Ingerith were presented a Captain Innilgard (Everard Sefar) Action Figure from Baron Cormac Lenihan and Baroness Elspeth Caerwent of Kraé Glas.

The Baron and Baroness of Krae Glas present a Captain Innilgard action figure to the outgoing Baron and Baroness of Innilgard. Photo by Lady Arganhell merch Briauc April 2014

The Baron and Baroness of Krae Glas present a Captain Innilgard action figure to the outgoing Baron and Baroness of Innilgard.
Photo by Lady Arganhell merch Briauc April 2014

Baron Aylwin was also presented with a rapier by Lord Kit Hackforth,
who cutlered the sword.

The sword that Lord Kit Hackforth cutlered for Baron Aylwin. Photo by Lord Kit Hackforth, April 2014

The sword that Lord Kit Hackforth cutlered for Baron Aylwin.
Photo by Lord Kit Hackforth, April 2014

Lord Kit Hackforth presents a rapier he cutlered to Baron Aylwin. Photo by Lord Tim of Newton, April 2014

Lord Kit Hackforth presents a rapier he cutlered to Baron Aylwin.
Photo by Lord Tim of Newton, April 2014

Their Majesties invested Yevan de Leeds and Eva von Danzig, naming them the sixth Baron and Baroness of Innilgard.

Baron Yevan de Leeds and Baroness Eva von Danzig, sixth Baron and Baroness of Innilgard, at their investiture. Photo by Baron Hugh de Beaufort, April 2014

Baron Yevan de Leeds and Baroness Eva von Danzig, sixth Baron and Baroness of Innilgard, at their investiture.
Photo by Baron Hugh de Beaufort, April 2014

During the feast following the investiture, a fierce green dragon (made of sugarplate by Lady Fionnabhair inghean ui Mheadhra)  was slew with a poleaxe by Baron Yevan and finished off by His Majesty Alfar –  thus protecting the Barony, and indeed the Kingdom, from its sugary wrath.

Dragon soteltie from the feast, prior to its slaying. Photo by Lady Helouys le Poer, April 2014

Dragon soteltie from the feast, prior to its slaying.
Photo by Lady Helouys le Poer, April 2014

The dragon 'Brian' was made from iced sugarplate. Soteltie and photo by Lady Fionnabhair inghean ui Mheadhra.

The dragon ‘Brian’ was made from iced sugarplate.
Soteltie and photo by Lady Fionnabhair inghean ui Mheadhra.

 

Baron Yevan de Leeds slays the dragon with a poleaxe. Photo by Lord Tim of Newton, April 2014

Baron Yevan de Leeds slays the dragon with a poleaxe.
Photo by Lord Tim of Newton, April 2014

On Sunday the 6th of April 2014, the event continued with the Baron of Innilgard’s
Champion heavy tournament and a rapier tournament.

Some of the heavy combatants at the Baron's Champion tournament. Photo by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen, April 2014

Some of the heavy combatants at the Baron’s Champion tournament.
Photo by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen, April 2014

A rapier tournament was held at Innilgard's Baronial Investiture event. Photo by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen, April 2014

A rapier tournament was held at Innilgard’s Baronial Investiture event.
Photo by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen, April 2014

The heavy tournament was run as a round robin, with Baron Yevan naming Lord Fagan the Butcher his champion. Lord Fagan was presented with a leather baldric, which was newly
created for the occasion by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen (leatherwork) and Count Sir Felix Arnett von Danzig (brass fittings).

Baron Yevan names Lord Fagan the Butcher his Baronial Heavy Champion. Photo by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen, April 2014

Baron Yevan names Lord Fagan the Butcher his Baronial Heavy Champion.
Photo by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen, April 2014

The new Innilgard Baronial Heavy Champion baldric as made for the event by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen (leatherwork) and Count Sir Felix Arnett von Danzig (brass fittings). Photo by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen, April 2014

The new Innilgard Baronial Heavy Champion baldric as made for the event by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen (leatherwork) and Count Sir Felix Arnett von Danzig (brass fittings).
Photo by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen, April 2014

The rapier tournament was held as a single kill, single sword format. The victor was Sir Don Haos Windchaser.

Baroness Blodeuwedd y Gath made five pairs of sotelties for the occasion, each representing the heraldry of all former Barons and Baronesses of Innilgard.

Sotelties of gingerbread and sugar plate, with Baron Tovye Woolmongere and Baroness Aislinn de Valence's geometric heraldry done in layers. Made by Baroness Blodeuwedd y Gath. Photo by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen, April 2014

Sotelties of gingerbread and sugar plate, with Baron Tovye Woolmongere and Baroness Aislinn de Valence’s geometric heraldry done in layers. Made by Baroness Blodeuwedd y Gath.
Photo by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen, April 2014

Sotelties of macaroon cooked in the shape of a shield, and marzipan, rolled flat and painted, with elements of Baron Osgot of Corfe and Baroness Esla of Ifeld 's heraldry done in three dimensions. Made by Baroness Blodeuwedd y Gath. Photo by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen, April 2014

Sotelties of macaroon cooked in the shape of a shield, and marzipan, rolled flat and painted, with elements of Baron Osgot of Corfe and Baroness Esla of Ifeld ‘s heraldry done in three dimensions. Made by Baroness Blodeuwedd y Gath.
Photo by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen, April 2014

Sotelties predominantly made of Blackberry Gelli of Baron Dai Bach and Baroness Alycie of Stirling 's heraldry  with elements completed in quince paste and sugarplate. Made by Baroness Blodeuwedd y Gath. Photo by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen, April 2014

Sotelties predominantly made of Blackberry Gelli of Baron Dai Bach and Baroness Alycie of Stirling ‘s heraldry with elements completed in quince paste and sugarplate. Made by Baroness Blodeuwedd y Gath.
Photo by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen, April 2014

Sotelties made of Carys Brede (shortbread with caraway seeds), topped by sugarplate, of Baron Drake Morgan and Baroness Blodeuwedd y Gath's heraldry,  with elements completed in leche lumbard rolled in almond meal. Made by Baroness Blodeuwedd y Gath. Photo by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen, April 2014

Sotelties made of Carys Brede (shortbread with caraway seeds), topped by sugarplate, of Baron Drake Morgan and Baroness Blodeuwedd y Gath’s heraldry, with elements completed in leche lumbard rolled in almond meal. Made by Baroness Blodeuwedd y Gath.
Photo by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen, April 2014

Sotelties made of Turkish delight topped by sugarplate, of Baron Aylwin Greymane and Baroness Ingerith Ryzka's heraldry. Made by Baroness Blodeuwedd y Gath. Photo by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen, April 2014

Sotelties made of Turkish delight topped by sugarplate, of Baron Aylwin Greymane and Baroness Ingerith Ryzka’s heraldry. Made by Baroness Blodeuwedd y Gath.
Photo by Lady Ursula Von Memmingen, April 2014