Eichling von Amrum

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Lady Eichling von Amrum. Eichling returns all awards given to her that bear precedence except for her original award of arms that she received in 1979. She has even turned down four offers to become a member of the Chivalry (from Caid and the West).



Eichling was born in the early 10th century on the Frisian island of Amrum of a Norse (Swedish/Danish) father and a Celtic (Briton) mother. She left Amrum in her early teens and indentured herself for four years to her father's friend and business partner, the Iberian merchant "Uncle Samuel". During that time, she became literate and learned something of medicine/herbology. She also learned to fight.

After leaving Uncle Sam, Eichling hired herself out as an armed chaperone for women traveling with male armnsmen; her motto "I guard the guardians" was developed during that time. After a decade and a half of that profession, she found herself increasingly interested in medicine and co-founded a small merchant house that dealt in medical texts and supplies.


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Projects & Publications

  • Fighting (armored combat), equestrian, poetry, fibre, dance, armoring, rapier
  • author of CA "Russian Folklore"
  • co-author of "swordmaiden" website (with Kolfinna)
  • The Compleat Anachronist #34, Russian Folklore
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