to the virtual home of the Barony of Brendoken!
is located in the Oaken Region of the Midrealm.
Geographically, it's in NE Ohio.
To view a map of our barony, please click
CLICK HERE for a calendar of local events.
Baronial meetings are usually on the first Sunday of the month and begin at 2:30p.m.
and are held at the Living Water Community Church in Dalton, Ohio
Note - due to conflicts, meetings are occassionally moved by a week.
The polling for the new Baron and Baroness is now open. If you did not get a copy of the poll in the mail you can download one from the Seneschal page on the Midreal Website here: http://www.midrealm.org/seneschallorum/seneschal.php
You can see the notes taken by the Chronicler at the Baronial Candidate Question and Answer session HERE for a .pdf document.
Statement for the Barony of Brendoken
For the groups within the barony (currently Alderford, Gwyntarian, Thistle
and Three Towers) to maintain a cohesive, inclusive baronial unit that:
- Is accountable to
the populace first and always
- That does not direct
the focus or energies of the local groups (local groups will not be
superceded by the barony)
- Gives equal weight
to the arts, martial arts, and service
- Aims for complete
communication of baronial policies and activities
- Has a populace willing
to take responsibility for speaking to important issues--and that they
know that even if one takes an unpopular stand, one's voice will be
- The populace should
be comfortable to come to any baronial officer, up to and including
the seneschal, to discuss either in private or in public, issues of
- Has officers that
understand that it is expected to bring news, good or bad, and issues,
good or bad, to the group so that all may assist in baronial governance
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