This instance is a gathering place for medievalists, amateur and professional, including academics, re-enactors (including but not limited to the SCA), as well as for those who share any of a wide variety of interests which experience has shown us tend to overlap with the above, including, but not limited to, historical, mythological, fictional, poetical, gaming, and DIY realms.
If you just want to hang out with interesting people, that's fine, too.
Try the hashtags #introduction and #HelpDesk if you do join.
Code of Conduct
While not a legal document, what follows is a guideline to acceptable behaviour and content on this instance.
This instance will not tolerate any of the following:
- Racism, or advocacy thereof
- Sexism, or advocacy thereof
- Discrimination on the basis of gender, sexual orientation or, well, anything really, or advocacy thereof
- Content illegal in Germany and/or France, including but not necessarily limited to Holocaust denial and Nazi symbolism
- Links to illegal content
Limited advertising is permissible, especially if it is at least vaguely on-topic.
The following types of posts should be put behind a content warning.
- Spoilers for tv, movies, books, or, well, you get the idea
- Anything NSFW
This instance is not an official channel or outlet for any particular organization or re-enactment group. That said, we have members who are active in the following:
- Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA)
- East Kingdom
- Middle Kingdom
If you are active in a group that is not listed here, contact the admins to have it added. Hopefully this list will make it easier for people who might be looking for us to find us ...
The mascot image on this site is from and courtesy of the British Library. Additional 47680, 'Pseudo-Aristotle', f.10, Alexander sending the letter to Aristotle.