At Their Majesties' command, the HERALD will call forth the recipient(s) of the Throne Favor.
HERALD: In the time of the Principality of An Tir, it was determined that a subject who rendered an outstanding service to An Tir was worthy of reward, and so was established the Throne's Favor. When An Tir became a Kingdom, this tradition was deemed worthy and has continued to this day. Today, Their Majesties wish to recognize a significant contribution to the Kingdom with the Throne’s Favor.
Accordingly, let _______________ come before the Thrones.
When the recipient has come before the Thrones, Their Majesties may declare what service has come to their notice as worthy of reward. And if a scroll has been prepared, they will ask the HERALD to read it.
KING: Let the scroll be read.
HERALD: [First paragraph will differ. If there is no prepared scroll, the Herald should make reference to what Their Majesties have announced as the reason for granting the Throne's Favor to the specific recipient before reading the following text.]
Therefore, to express Our appreciation, We do hereby name [him/her/them] recipient(s) of the Throne's Favor of An Tir, and do grant [him/her/them] the right to display the symbol of this award, being a pennant, checky Or and argent, with ribbons depending __________, __________, __________, and __________, these being Our colors. Accept this gift from Us as a sign of Our gratitude for your service.
Given by our Hand and Seal this __________ day of __________, Anno Societatis __________, being __________ Gregorian.
_______________, King _______________, Queen
Their Majesties will present a pennant to the recipient(s), who will bow and return to their places. And the HERALD will exhort the cheers of the populace.
NOTES FOR THE HERALD
Find out if the Crown has a token to give the recipient. If no pennant has been prepared, the Crown may give a promissory, or simple permission to construct a pennant meeting the qualifications set forth above.
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