From Gunnar Thorisson, Vert Hawk Herald:
- Hadassah filla de Solomó. Device. Per bend Or and vert, a pithon contourny vert and an arm embowed bendwise sinister proper, a chief bendy sinister vert and Or.
- Kýlan gylðir. Name change from Killian of Amlesmore. The submitter’s previous name, Killian of Amlesmore, is released.
- Mór Bhallach inghean Domhnaill. Device change. Lozengy argent and gules, a cross of Saint Brigid and on a chief sable two flames argent. There is a step from period practice for the use of a cross of Saint Brigid. The submitter’s previous device, Argent, in pale three crosses of Saint Brigid sable, a dexter tierce indented gules, is retained as a badge.
- Ximena Echeberria. Name and device. Gules, a bordure argent semy of saltorels azure. Nice device!
- Rafe le Mountere. Device. Per pale sable and gules, two Celtic crosses and a mountain of three peaks argent. This device is returned for redraw for violating SENA A2C2 which states “Elements must be drawn to be identifiable.” Precedent says: The so-called “Celtic” cross is not. A Celtic cross is a specific type of cross, which has tapering arms. Adding an annulet to any particular type of cross does not automatically make it a Celtic cross. This “crosshair” depiction of a cross is not acceptable. [Sadb ingen Chonchobair, R-Atlantia, January 2010 LoAR]