Welcome to Dragonsspine!


The Barony of Dragonsspine is a chapter of the The Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. The SCA is a non-profit organization devoted to researching and recreating the Middle Ages in the present. Some members concentrate on the study of the European Middle Ages and Renaissance eras. Other members concentrate on the study of Middle East and Asian Cultures, with many members working to recreate the arts and skills of their chosen eras, and also explore the interaction between Europe and Asia during the periods under study.

In the “Known World of the Current Middle Ages” Dragonsspine is located within the Kingdom of the Outlands. The barony was originally established in May 1978. Our first baroness was Caitlin Caslean an Bharraigh.

In the modern world Dragonsspine is centered around Colorado Springs, and include Monument to Twin Lakes. A comprehensive list of the holdings can be found here.

We extend an invitation to all gentles to come and join us and spend some time in the current middle ages. We are home to some of the best archers, artists, fencers, and heavy fighters in the Society for the Creative Anachronism. Come join us at an event or practice to see why we are proud to be Dragonsspine.

(We are looking for a new Baronial Exchequer.

Baronial Exchequer for Dragonsspine is looking for letters of intent to assume the responsibilities of this position.

The duties of the Exchequer are to provide oversight of all assets of the Barony of Dragonsspine, both monetary and nonmonetary.

Letters need to be sent to the current Seneschal (seneschal.dragonsspine@gmail.com), the Baron (baron.dragonsspine@gmail.com), the Baroness (baroness.dragonsspine@gmail.com), the Exchequer (reeve.dragonsspine@gmail.com), and the Kingdom Exchequer (exchequer@outlands.org).

Letters are due by April 5, 2019.

You will need to be a member in good standing and, if chosen, provide a Financial Office Warrant to the Crown. If you have any questions, please contact the Seneschal, Their Excellencies, or the Exchequer)