Alexandrian Tournament of Kings

The Alexandrian Tournament of Kings is a tournament held every four years in Alexandria to celebrate sportsmanship, martial prowess, magical knowledge and the human condition. It has been a tradition for the last eight hundred years.

The current Master of Games is Prudenza il'Comelli.

Tournament


Over the years the tournament has changed in format depending on the Master of Games and how they wish to hold proceedings. In 1376, the games were set to last 3 days and the group melee was set to a group of four, instead of the usual three.

The winners of each game wins a golden laurel and (depending on the prestige of the game) a secondary prize, usually a cash prize.

History


1372

Tournament Winners

Martial: 3 on 3 (Fly)

Martial: 3 on 3 (Middle)

Martial: Archery (Fly)

  • Winner: Ananthe
  • Second: Chukri

Martial: Archery (Middle)

Martial: Hand to Hand (Fly)

Martial: Hand to Hand (Middle)

Martial: Armed (Fly)

  • Winner: Neegan Kenafin
  • Second: Chukri

Martial: Armed (Middle)

  • Winner: Azzel
  • Second: Alaina (Disqualified)

Mixed: Single Competitors (Fly)

  • Winner: Ke'Vadar
  • Second: Neegan Kenafin

Mixed: Single Competitors (Middle)

  • Winner: Azzel
  • Second: Zhenya

Spellcasting: Conjuration (Heavy)

Spellcasting: No Spells Barred (Heavy)

1376

Tournament Winners

Javelin

Spear Fighting

Foot Race

Events


Archery

Blade Throw

Combat

Combat Spellcasting

Hand to Hand

Gebotkein (No limitations)

3 on 3 Gebotkein

Messer

A combination of fighting with short sword and grappling.

Longsword

A 1 on 1 fight with longswords to honor the weapon of Alexander.

Ringin

Dwarven wrestling style.

Spear

1 on 1 spear fighting to honor St Lydia.

Weaponry

Discus Throw

Fogari

Footracing

Konkur

Long Jump

Mount Racing

Horse

Krin

Flying

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