Saturday, 3 May 2014

Chivalry, Part 2.5: Heraldy for Chivalry!

I bought this online from an antiquarian, and received it today:

It's an old OOP book that I remembered having studied when I ran a D&D campaign about 25 years ago, and I'm going to use it as a source of inspiration for emblazoning the arms of my Feudal knights.

I have another package sent as a letter at the local post shop, but I cannot get it until Monday, as they cannot hand out 'letters' over the weekend (but parcels are OK..?!). Don't ask. It's complicated. Bureaucracy at its finest...


  1. Have fun! I know I always enjoy creating heraldry. (And dreaming up how it came to be...)
    I'm curious, are there any regional peculiarities to Danish heraldry?

    1. Missed this the first time around.
      I don't remember if we have regional peculiarities - I first read this book about 20 years ago while trying to construct a framework of rules for heraldry for my D&D campaign. I shall try remembering to poxst up, if I find something intersting regarding our heraldic rules, though :o)

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