Be excellent to one another!
There will be more guidelines for this specific site updated here:
$20 Event Entry Fee with $5 per day Camping Fee
Kids 6-15 Half Price
5 and Under are free
Yes. Though you may choose to simply pay at the gate when you arrive.
If you're looking for a ride from Seatac International or Bellingham Airport, we are working out a shuttle for folks coming in from out of town.
Here's the sign up roster: https://forms.gle/5tAemBSg2MCJ3A229
If you're driving and looking for directions, I have them here: https://ragnaroc.org/about-the-location
Or you can use the Google Maps plus code: X4G6+GV Snohomish, Washington and it will take you right to the parking lot at Camp Edward.
We mostly fight with weapons made of rattan, but we also do rebated steel. Here's our conventions of combat: http://empiremp.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/EMP_Conventions_of_Combat_v2018.pdf,
That's a lot to read, but don't worry! We often have new fighters on the field at this event and welcome the chance to go over how we treat one another with excellence when we meet face to face.
You don't need to be a member of the Empire of Medieval Pursuits to attend. We don't have any additional surcharges, or taxes on non-members. Many in our club play in other organizations, like Historical Medieval Battles, Belegarth, Society for Creative Anachronism, Amtguard, and so many more!
The short answer is likely, "yes." We treat our vendors like everyone else: pay at the gate and we trust you to run your business within the bounds of Washington's rules and regulations. Your profits are yours. We like to keep our merchants set up near one another so as to facilitate shopping, so do let us know you're coming: email@example.com
Sorry to say, no. The Boy Scout camp has a strict no pet policy.
Thank you! What we can certainly use is folks to help with a 2-hour shift or two at the entry gate. It's a great way to meet people as they come in. Send and email to find out more: TheAbbey.Ragnaroc@gmail.com
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