Malcolm de Moffat
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There are three distinct phases of Malcolm's SCA career.
1st Atlantia Phase (2004 - 2008)
1st Drachenwald Phase (2008 - 2018)
2nd Atlantia Phase (2018 - ).
Malcolm is a man-at-arms of the 14th Century and an early member of the 14th Century Mafia in Atlantia.
Malcolm is a dandy who excels at showing off his fine clothes and armour...just don't expect him to be able to fight his way out of a wet paper bag with a sharp knife. Malcolm has been seen in public in Tudor fashions of the 16th Century and in Norse fashion of the 10th Century
Offices & Positions
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- Baronial Herald | Barony of Caer Mear | 2004 - 2005
- King's Champion | Kingdom of Drachenwald | 2011 - 2012
- Seneschal | Canton of Turmstadt, Barony of Knight's Crossing, Kingdom of Drachenwald | 2017 - 2018
During the 1st Atlantian Phase, Malcolm was initially squire to Sir Bryce de Byrum in AS38 (2004) at the Tourney of Ymir where he advanced to the semi-finals for the first time. He served with distinction with his Knight and squire brothers at the initial the Challenge of the Heart Tournament (AS39) and in the 2nd Combat of the Thirty at Pennsic War 34 where he was awarded the knight's chain from a knight of the King of the East.
In AS 43 Malcolm left for the Kingdom of Drachenwald ostensibly for only a year but his exile lasted much longer and caused him to serve a number of different Lords and Ladies.
Per chevron embattled sable and Or, two lions combatant and a tower counterchanged
Awards and Achievements
|Award Date||Award Name||Event||Bestowed By|
|12/11/2004||Award of Arms (Atlantia)||Caer Mear Baronial Investiture (Caer Mear)||János I and Rachel I|
|8/17/2005||Companion of the Opal (Atlantia)||Pennsic War XXXIV (Æthelmearc)||Robert I and Denise I|
|8/19/2005||Award of the Umbonis Ferrei Ordo (UFO) (Atlantia) (Caer Mear)||Pennsic War XXXIV (Æthelmearc)||William and Katerina|
|12/5/2015||Award of the Undine (Atlantia)||Unevent (Atlantia)||Christoph I and Adelhait I|