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The '''Order of the Pelican''' is a Society-wide order that is awarded for significant [[service]]s to the Society. It is one of the four major [[Awards#Bestowed_Peerages|Bestowed Peerages]]. The order bestows a [[Patent of Arms]] and the members are titled "Master" or "Mistress" or other ethnic or linguistic variation. In addition, they are entitled to wear a badge of either ''A pelican vulning herself'' or ''A pelican in her piety''. Some Pelicans choose to take on associates who are known as [[protégés]].
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The '''Order of the Pelican''' is a Society-wide order that is awarded for significant [[service]]s to the Society. It is one of the four [[Awards#Bestowed_Peerages|Bestowed Peerages]]. The order bestows a [[Patent of Arms]] and the members are titled "Master" or "Mistress" or other ethnic or linguistic variation. In addition, they are entitled to wear a badge of either ''A pelican vulning herself'' or ''A pelican in her piety''. Some Pelicans choose to take on associates who are known as [[protégés]].
  
 
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[[Category:Awards]]

Revision as of 17:13, 25 August 2019

Order of the Pelican
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(Tinctureless) A pelican vulning itself.
(Tinctureless) A pelican in its piety.
(Tinctureless) A chapeau.
Awarded for
Service
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Barony
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Presented by
King and Queen of Atlantia
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Order of the Pelican

The Order of the Pelican is a Society-wide order that is awarded for significant services to the Society. It is one of the four Bestowed Peerages. The order bestows a Patent of Arms and the members are titled "Master" or "Mistress" or other ethnic or linguistic variation. In addition, they are entitled to wear a badge of either A pelican vulning herself or A pelican in her piety. Some Pelicans choose to take on associates who are known as protégés.