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Tourney at Cedar Hall

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The Tourney at Cedar Hall, also known as the Edwyn Cedar's wedding tournament, was held at Cedar Hall in 1333 AR. The tournament was held by Lord Drystan Cedar as a celebration of the marriage of his son Edwyn to Mary Clover.

Tournament

The tournament stretched over four days, and included a joust and archery competition.

The Joust

The joust stretched over three days and saw Prince Eadward Callahagan defeat four contestants to become the champion. His most impressive joust was against Sir Duncan Pike, whom he broke 14 lances against before finally being declared the victor. Upon winning, he dedicated his victory to Lord Drystan Cedar's younger daughter Brianna Cedar (who he would ask her father for her hand in marriage that night).

House Cedar arms House Callahagan arms Peete Cedar defeated Prince Padric Callahagan
House Pike arms House Cedar arms Sir Duncan Pike defeated Peete Cedar
House Pike arms Unknown arms Sir Duncan Pike defeated three unknown jousters
House Callahagan arms House Pike arms Prince Eadward Callahagan defeated Sir Duncan Pike
House Callahagan arms House Clover arms Prince Eadward Callahagan defeated Ralf Clover
House Callahagan arms House Maelgwyn arms Prince Eadward Callahagan defeated Sir Wyatt Maelgwyn
House Callahagan arms House Carron arms Prince Eadward Callahagan defeated Sir Joss Carron (final tilt)
House Callahagan arms
Champion: Prince Eadward Callahagan




This page was created on 12/5/2017, and last edited on 12/5/2017 by Daniel Meyer.