Squire Life
In the middle ages a young lord would be fostered to a knight, who would teach him the ways of chivalry. He would learn discipline, the arts of combat, and the ways of courtesy and courtly life. He would spend his days as a squire until he was deemed ready for the accolade of knighthood, in the process gaining an extended family via his knight and the other squires. I spent six years as a squire to Viscount Sir Tarbold Celerius.
Sir Tarbold (right) with senior squire brother Lord Alaric von Konigsburg (center) and a much younger me on the day of my squiring.
The Honorable Lord Geoffrey fitz David prepares for battle
Sir Henri d'Artois right before his knighting ceremony on the battlefield.
Lord Stevyn LeReven says "Bring it on"