Final Round Of Crown Lists
Prior to the entry of the combatants, a herald will announce how the final round will be conducted, based on the wishes of Their Majesties.
Entering the field in the lead of the first combatantís procession.
In this the final round of Crown Lysts, now comes _________________________ (fighters full name and title), Bearing the arms (blazon), (litany of awards and honors)
He/She fights this day for the honor of _____________(consorts full name and title), (the litany of the consortís awards and honors. Note: this may not come off well if one consort vastly outranks the other)
After waiting for the first herald to finish, the second herald will lead off the second combatantís procession.
He/She shall be faced in honorable combat by______________________________ (fighter full name and title), Bearing the arms (blazon), (litany of awards and honors)
He/She fights this day for the honor of _____________(consorts full name and title), (the litany of the consortís awards and honors)
Here pause until the both fightersí entourages are ready and then continue into the salutes. Unlike the salutes for the rest of the rounds, these are done in full voice.
My Lords/Ladies/Lord and Lady please salute the crown of Caid. Remembering that victory this day brings the crowns weight, bearing both the duty and honor that comes with it.
Salute the one whose favor you bear so they may know that through their grace and noble bearing they have no doubt inspired you this day.
Salute your worthy opponent so that they may know that they face a true and honorable knight/warrior of Caid.
The heralds and entourages will leave the field; once the field is clear and the fighters are ready the marshals will start the combat. For the final victory and/or each victory in a multi combat final, the herald that led in the victorious fighter should announce the victory.