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sources for games

Poster: mn13189@WCUVAX1.WCU.EDU

 There are several good sources for period games out there.  One of the
past CAs has been about period games, and should be available through the
SCA Inc.  I hear tell another one is in the works.  Also, a great book
published by Raymond's Quiet Press is Medieval Games, by Salamallah the
Compulent.  My copy is quite old, and I have no idea if this address is
still correct, but the contact info for the publishers given is as
Raymond's Quiet Press
PO Box 35118
Albuquerque NM 87176
I would heartily reccomend this book to anyone interested in period games
of all types.
In addition to the deserving people already mentioned as sources for games
(Sayyid Rabah, Earl Dafydd, Lord Wolfgang), I would also humbly add my own
name to the
list.  Gaming has been an interest of mine since I joined the society, and
I have compiled quite a number of period games which I enjoy playing and
teaching at events.  I especiually am fond of strategy board games, but
know a few gambling games, as well as a handfull of card and physical
games.  Let me know if there is anything I can do for you.  I periodically
teach classes (I will be doing one in gmaes for children at the upcoming
Auxillium et Concillium), but almost always have a board or two with me at
events.  SO if you see me, come up and say hi.  I am more than willing to
teach anyone a game (and probably be beated at it by them!)
Eogan Og

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