ORDER OF THE WEALD
The Order of the Weald is an ancient guild of chivalry. In addition to regulating guildsmen, the Order trains its members to defend self and others against evil choice, deeds and speech.
Any boy over the age of seven can join as an Apprentice. Between fourteen and twenty one years of age, a man is invested to become a Knight of the Order. When a man achieves a particularly brave deed, he will become a Hero Knight, and for a man who achieves a uniquely brave deed, he will become a Champion Knight.
Members meet at local Order guilds which are made up of training areas, libraries and social rooms. Guilds are led by Knight Commanders, who decide local strategy. They are served by a guild Porter Steward who receives contracts from the general public for guild services. These include personal protection as well as courier services.
The Order is led by the Lord Commander; who is appointed by Houses Romanov and Pitt.
Local Order guilds choose how often they are to meet and what services they will provide within the bounds of the Charter.
With agile leadership, regular training and like minded countrymen, the Order of the Weald brings chivalry into the 21st century. With much evil growing in the World, the need for brave men is as paramount as medicine is to ill health. Our common enemy is ignorance.
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