Be it known unto all whom these letters come, tat We, (names of King and Queen), King and Queen of Atenveldt, have recognized the skill you have shown in the Art of Defense with Rapier. Therefore, We are pleased to admit you, (name of recipient), as a Companion to the Order of the White Scarf of Atenveldt. We further confer upon you a Grant of Arms and having commanded Our Heralds to devise unique and suitable Arms, do grant unto you the following Ensigns Armorial, to wit: (blazon), and more plainly depicted herein. Henceforth ye shall have the sole and exclusive Right to bear these Arms throughout the Known World without let or hindrance. We also charge you to continue to share your experience in the Art of Defense with Rapier and to continue to demonstrate knowledge of the courtly graces which accompany its mastery.
In Witness whereof, We set Our Hands this ___ day of ____ Month, Anno Societatis
(roman numerals), being (modern date) in the Common Era.
By Mairi Broder
[Source: The Kingdom of Atenveldt Scribe’s Handbook (pdf)]