We had three really outstanding entries into the romance competition. Yaakov HamMizrachi entered a true Pennsic tale of miraculous restoral based on Orlando Furioso. Sir Axel brought by a yarn in Kalevala meter which was convincingly what a Finn might write if told about European romances and asked to give it a go. And our winner, Metylde the Cunning, produced over 4,000 lines of Middle English (with side-by-side modern translation) to give us The Marshalles Tale, a Canterbury Tales-esque story-within-a-story inspired by the Amicus/Amelius romances, but with her own interpretation of their themes.
We have some seriously awesome poets in Atlantia.