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 The Legendary Quest
The Legendary Quest is a 4 year curriculum with Summer Adventure Camps and Quarterly Gatherings. Below is an brief explanation of the requirements for level advancement 
and metals that must be acquired. 

Year 1​
Requirements for the
Honor of  Page / Maiden

Page: Part of the nights retinue of forces. His aim was to become a knight. He learn the ways of weapon upkeep and quality of life under Squire, who is next in line to becoming a knight. He dedicated his life to learning chivalry code of conduct him to make his life and example to be awarded the honor of Squire in due season.

Maiden: A young unmarried woman who is given the honor being a servant of the handmaiden or lady. Maidens would learn the art of graces and domestic life. Their dream was to become so useful to the lady that they would be given the honor of handmaiden, which would bring them more opportunity for closer service, affluence, influence and responsibility. She would be taught a range of subjects and skills. Manners and etiquette were of prime importance, including how to curtsey. Music, dancing , riding and archery were also taught.

Year 2
Requirements for the
Honor of Squire / Hand Maiden

Squire: The young apprentice, a knights trusted attendant. The squire make sure that the knights weapons and armor we're all well-kept and always ready. The squire was always alert to what the knight may need, learning the chivalry code of conduct, also learning and studious of the kingdoms affairs. His name to learn and study the arts of warfare, knowing his enemies tactics to best help his night and Lord. His hope and dream to become as great as a knight as his teacher.

Handmaiden: Somebody who is at hand when needed.  Handmaidens provided support and help to the lady they served. They were often given great responsibility and had to keep a very high standard for the reputation of their lady. Their aim was to continue to learn as much as she could to show herself worthy of becoming a lady. They were often given the privilege of being able to enter a ladies chamber to attend to her more important duties. Thus the term, chambermaid. Often they learned politics, social graces, and the behind the scenes ways of the kingdom.

Year 3
Requirements for the
Honor of Knight of the Guard / Lady in Waiting

Knight: in medieval times, a soldier of noble rank raised to privilege military status by his king after serving as a page or squire. And politics it was a man who was awarded the title of "Sir" before his name, A man who holds a non-hereditary title conferred by ruler for personal achievement or public service. A knight was a fervent defender and supportive a cause or belief. Knights were often so dedicated that they would restore like for the king or the cause, expecting nothing in return, except the knowledge that they had done all they could for their king in cost. Some knights were the most noble of all the lawyers, and honor bestowed only to a few who chose kingdom code of conduct and loyalty above their own lives. And were also known for his faith and trust in God. They knew that the sword and shield was only a means to an end, but God ruled in heaven and in earth. They would get judged by their love shown, their selfless duties, and constant unwavering faith and servitude. Knights were expected, above all, to fight bravely and to display military professionalism and courtesy. The ideal courtier—the chivalrous knight. Granted honorary title. 

Knights were warriors who fought on horseback. In return for land, they pledged themselves as vassals to the king. Only the sons of lords could become knights. Candidates for knighthood began training as pages at the age of 7, learning social graces and skills such as fencing and hunting. At 13 or 14 they became squires and began to practice fighting on horseback. Squires served as assistants to knights both in the castle and on the battlefield. At 21 a squire could become a knight himself, kneeling before the lord of the manor to be "dubbed" on the shoulder with a sword. Kings, local lords, and knights were all part-of a ruling class that called itself noblemen.
The Lords (knights) ruled over the fiefs or manors. They rented their land to peasants who worked for them. The trained knights were bound by oath to serve the nobles who had granted them their fiefs. The warrior (on retainer) who owed military service to his lord in exchange for payment of money, titles, and/or fief (land). Knights also aspired to the ideals of loyalty, generosity and courtesy, known as chivalry. 

Lady: in medieval times these women were futile superiors, who given the honor of being a powerful land or property owner with authority over an area, castle, or community. Ladies were refined women of grace and honor who behaved with great dignity and were very polite. And earlier times, ladies were considered as a queen. They were often touched with the plight of their fellow men and women and did their best to serve the people they ruled over, using their position and influence to make a better standard of life for all. She did this by having a deep love and respect of God's word and wanted His will fulfilled in her kingdom.

Both of these classes of people were held in the up most respect because of their faith and dedication to God above all, and their protection and servitude for their people.

Year 4
Requirements for the 
Honor of Knight Paladin and Knight Errant / Lady of the Realm 
Paladin: a knight renowned for heroism and chivalry.
Knight Errant: a medieval knight wandering in search of chivalrous adventures.

Now prepared for service and defenders of the realm and their people!