History Continues On
"History isn't written by the winners. History is written by whomever bothers to actually write it down."
- Me -
I have not definitively decided whether or not there will be any panels post-50, but as there isn't any one grand and all inclusive repository of Society history/knowledge (not even every Kingdoms has an adequate wiki in place) this is as good as any to keep small a small list of notable happenings.
AS 51 (LI): Northshield has the first same sex royals in the Society, Hrodir Vigaggier Toreson and Yehuda ben Yitzhak. In the Principality of the Mists' open coronet tourney, they have their first foreign Prince, Antonii of the East Kingdom, reigning with Helga of the Principality of the Mists.
AS 52 (LII): The Principality of the Mists have same sex royals, Thomas Egilsson and Snorri Randalsson. The Principality of the Summits also has a set of Princes, Ziitos Turk and Seamus O'Caellaigh. The Principality of Cynagua has their first foreign Prince, Sir Kith of the Middle Kingdom, reigning with Arianwen of the Principality of the Cynagua. The king and queen of Caid, Athanaric II and Sigridr II, abdicate a week after their coronation. Duchess Faizah al-Zarqa (Faizeh al-Zarqa) becomes regent until the next crown tourney.
AS 53 (LIII): The heir of AEthelmearc, Prince Titus Scipio Germanicus, passes away suddenly. Princess Anna Leigh remains to become Queen Regnant. Caid has their first same sex royals - Sir Aggripa Morris and Dawid Radzowycz.
AS 54 (LIV): The Prince of Northshield, Sir Refkell Melrakki Einarsson abdicates. Princess Jehanette de Provins remains to become Queen Regnant. The King of the East abdicates, being arrested for murder. Queen Margarita de' Siena continues the reign alone. Spring crown tourneys are canceled. Gulf Wars becomes the War that Wasn't.
AS 55 (LV): Pennsic is canceled. The Society has never been more historical, living in a time of plague and two popes. Kingdoms that have managed to find heirs before lock down conduct their coronations virtually. East Kingdom has first same sex royals, Consuls Magnus Tindal and Alberic von Rostock.