The Pennsic Wars are an annual event between the East and Middle Kingdoms of the Society for Creative Anachronism Inc., and are hosted by the Kingdom of Æthelmearc at Coopers' Lake Campground.

Pennsic 35 had 11595 people in attendance.

If you are looking for current information, please visit the Pennsic War website.

War Point Results
DateEvent Won by
Mon 8/14Rapier Town Battle Tie (1/2 point each)
Town Battle East
Unbelted Champions East
Tues 8/15 Woods Battle I Tie (1/2 point each)
Woods Battle II Middle
Archery Champions East
Wed 8/16Allied Champions East
Thu 8/17Field Battle I East
Field Battle II East
Belted Champions East
Rapier Champions Middle
Fri 8/18Broken Field (2 points) Middle
Rapier Woods Battle Middle
Wed - FriPopulace Archery East
TotalEast 9, Middle 6


   Webmasters - please link to this site instead of copying pages, so you have access to the most up-to-date information.

This website donated by is sponsored by (Public Access Networks Corporation). The event staff of The Pennsic War would like to thank Panix for their continued support of the SCA. Without their generous donation, this page would not be possible.

This page designed and maintained by Mistress Jessa d'Avondale. To comment about this website, e-mail her.

Copyright 2000-2006 The Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. (SCA). This website is provided as a service to allow members of the SCA to obtain information regarding the annual event, "Pennsic War". Images and information on this website may not be used in, on, or for any commercial web page (excepting that of Coopers' Lake Campground, land owner and host of Pennsic War), for any purpose, without express written permission. is not a Corporate Publication of the SCA, Inc., and does not delineate any SCA policies. This site is not intended to take the place of Official Kingdom Newsletters, Pre-Pennsic Booklets or Pennsic War On-Site publications. Every effort has been taken to provide current and accurate information, however, any discrepancies between the information on this site and in the above publications will be decided in favor of the printed version.