Out of Game Edit
Pointed Heart (formerly Efoloma Isemoo) is an officially recognized chapter in the DBGA based in Rockford, IL.
Currently the chapter hosts practices on Tuesdays from 5:30-7:30. The group keeps their FB group fairly updated with any changes, but those without Facebook should contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org for any details, including practice locations.
PH is a balanced chapter between non combative activities and fighting. Like any Pahmotener, they highly value roleplay, honor, well made food, service, and puns alongside a good fight.
Bylaws updated June 4th, 2013
True to the roleplayed tribal origins, PH observes a council style leadership. Any active member may propose changes and vote (outlined in their bylaws above). They recognize two officers, a scribe for taking notes and keeping track of active member requirements, and a quartermaster who is considered head weapons' checker and herald for fighting.
Events Hosted Edit
- Here There Be Dragons - day event hosted in the WI-IL stateline area. Activities usually include scenarios, games, art and science classes, silent auction for charity, feast, and informal revel after. Staff chooses one attendee each year to give the title Dragon, whom they feel illustrates everything Dagorhir should be: all around balance of quality in roleplay, attitude, helpfulness, garb, and honor. Note Dragon is not solely awarded to combatants--any attendee is eligible for this recognition.
- Most winter practices, when they can't find fighting space, turn into potlucks, crafting, and social nights. Many a game of Red Dragon Inn, Once Upon a Time, or Epic Wizard Battle has found home at PH practices.
In Game Edit
Symbols, Heraldry, and Icons Edit
The chapter symbol is the same as the symbol for the Pointed Heart tribe within the World of Pahmoten. As the chapter symbol, it is worn by members on their belt flags, typically made of leather to pay homage to the Wood Elves, and any full members of the tribe may wear it as face paint. The red parts are only applied to the chapter symbol on banner or group owned items, but not on belt flags or face paint until much later in that individual's skill progression.