Makes sure there is a record of the Court Lists from Their Majesties for each court, both Royal and Regency. Included information should be:
- Majesty’s Names
- Event Name
- Recipient’s Name
- Name of Award
- Reason for recognition.
- Scribe’s name assigned to creation of each recipient’s scroll
Receive court list from TRM approximately 2 weeks prior to a Royal Court.
Look up each name on the OP to make sure the recipient doesn’t already have the award – forward any information about that to TRM.
Coordinates the production of scrolls requested by the Crown, assign scrolls to Scribes to have completed and delivered by at least one hour before court on the day of the event.
At times, there will be last minute scrolls added to the court list. Must be prepared to create a scroll or coordinate to have a scroll or promissory scroll for Court that day/evening.
Forward reasons for awards given during each Court to the Clerk of Precedence for entry purposes.
Attend the court meeting prior to court at an event – having all scrolls ready for TRM to sign and seal. Work with the Court Herald making sure scrolls are in the correct order. Stand behind TRM in Court to give the Herald the scrolls as they are being read. If person is not there and the scroll is not given to someone to accept for them, keep the scroll and attempt to get the scroll to the person it was created for.
Maintain the list of scrolls that you have that need to find their owners on the Kingdom Web site. If at all possible, get those scrolls to the individuals they belong to.