If you open a gate,
close it behind you.
agitate any animals.
Do not kill
or attempt to kill any wild animals, although you may kill all the ants
Do not cut
down any live trees or their limbs. Do not use nails, bolts, hooks,
wire, etc, in any tree.
Do not cross
fence lines onto any neighbor's property. That will count as trespassing
on the neighbor’s property abandonment and will be treated
Regards to Children:
Do not leave
small children unattended or sleeping in a tent without trustworthy
supervision. That will count as child abandonment and will be treated
be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian
Regards to Pets or other animals:
Pets are allowed only
with special written permissions
from the Drakenfjord Monarch and the Event Autocrat.
When animals are allowed, All pet mammals must have
current written proof of rabies vaccination.
All pets must
be on leashes; no pets shall be allowed to "run free".
Pet are not
to be left unattended.
Horses are allowed only
when special permission is obtained or equestrian activities are
planned. When horses are allowed, all horses must have current
written proof of negative Coggins test as is required by law.
Regards to Fires:
No fires are allowed
if there is a current burn ban.
are allowed. Fires on the surface, fire-mounds, fire-rings, and enclosed
fireplaces are allowed. Fire-rings and enclosed fireplaces must be
movable. If there is a hole or pit in your camp, please fill it in.
limbs/trees, may be gleaned anywhere on site. However, the bonfire
stack, the kitchen woodpile, and any "private" camp woodpiles
are private use only.
All woodpiles must
be neatly stacked between two trees or posts, on a rack and off the
ground. Use bricks, concrete blocks, or treated timbers to elevate your
woodpile. This helps discourage vermin and rot.
Absolutely no cans,
bottles, or other non-combustibles are to be put in fires.
not burn plastics or other objects that produce toxic smoke.
fires in campsites are not allowed. ("Excessively
large" means a stack of firewood wider than four feet and higher
than three feet.)
A minimum of
four feet of cleared space is required around fire area, unless you have
an enclosed fireplace.
All tiki type
torches need to be placed a minimum of three feet beyond their
"falling distance" to the nearest tent.
candles or other sources of flame in tents.
A fire extinguisher
or equivalent must be in camp and in plain sight, if you have a
fire. Equivalent means a minimum of a shovel and a bucket or container
(minimum 5 gallons) of sand or water.
Regards to Trash:
All trash must
be removed at the end of each event. If you hauled it in...haul it out.
This includes cigarette buts.
Regards to Alcohol, Taverns and other Merchants:
Tavern-keepers, shall set up their facilities in the area within the
Commons set aside for that purpose.
Merchant spaces are
provided via the autocrat prior to the event.
Taverns will not serve alcohol. Taverns may serve food and
non-alcoholic drink only.
Fermented and other
beverages are allowed in period containers only, please.
Taverns & Merchant booths must
be temporary and packed up after each event.
All gatherings where
alcohol is served shall strictly comply with the laws of the State of
Texas, and of the United States.
Alcohol may only be
given away by individuals or households in the confines of their
money will change hands before, during, or after the gathering for
the dispersal of home brewed alcohol of any kind.
There shall be no
sale for the dispensing of legally purchased alcohol.
hosting or serving alcohol at a gathering automatically assume
all liability for the results of serving alcohol.
Regards to Claimed Camps:
Do not camp
in a claimed camp area without the permission of the camp
To establish a
"Private" Individual /Household /Fighting Company Campsite ask
the Land Liaison, Lady Demonica, to assist you in finding an unclaimed space.
Permanent fences or
ground level barriers that interfere with mowing and spraying are not
All structures and
equipment in camps must be portable.
All chairs, tables,
garbage cans, etc, must be removed from site after each event.
All camps are to be
maintained (mowed, raked, and cleared of dead-fall) a minimum of
once per year.
Each individual or
group utilizing a campsite is responsible for its upkeep.
If the camp is
not maintained at least once per year, then that individual or
group may lose the privilege of having a claimed Campsite.
Work days / weekends
will be arranged throughout the year. Contact the Land Liaison for dates
to come up
and work on the site.