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Re: Pennsic Sobriquets

Poster: Dick Eney <dickeney@access.digex.net>

On Wed, 5 Nov 1997, Heather Swann wrote:
> Poster: Heather Swann <swannh@psi.com>
> With everyone's help, I've filled in some more...
> One of the early ones was The King who Declared War on Himself . . .  and
> Lost!  Which one was that?

That is the legend-form of how Pennsic began, so it's Pennsic I, but last
time I heard, Cariadoc, the King involved, denies it, because of the
time-span between the various events.  It's just funnier that way.

> XV...Mt. Eislinn:  aka Heartbreak Hill, named for the Queen of the Middle
> who attended tho very ill/Harmonica Virgins (or harmonic convergence if you
> want the real name)

At least one year before that, people were camping on that hill, also
called Mt. Hellenbach (by the heralds). 


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