Laurel Prize Tourney

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While there are no set rules for what constitues a Laurel prize tourney, it is usually a multi-piece display of artisan's work with the artisan who created them sitting near the work to offer insight and answer any questions about their particular craft.

It gets its name from Laurels who frequently reward an entrant's work they like with a prize or small baubles, often called tokens or favors. A specific Laurel may sponsor a prize for the best Illumination entry, for example. Some Laurel Prize Tourneys have an additional proviso that entrants must be sponsored by a particular member of the Order of the Laurel. There is no competition, per se, despite what the name suggests, nor is there a "winner" overall as there might be in a fighting tourney.

This differs from an A&S Display and a A&S Competition.

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