ANST - Gulf WAR
Lord Larkin O'Kane
larkin at webstar.net
Fri Aug 22 13:16:40 PDT 1997
On Fri, 22 Aug 1997 11:17:13 -0500, you wrote:
>>What's wrong with just being more attuned to getting hit with a tennis
>Nothing. That'd make my life much easier as a siege engineer.
>I still don't think a single tennis ball should kill an armored fighter,
>though. I'm a proponet of taped tennis-ball pyramids for cats/trebs.
>>Is the heat of simulated battle such that we ignore everything that
>>doesn't cause pain?
>Sadly, yes. Look at how often marshalls have to call heavies dead after
>they've been shot by an archer on a heavily-armored body part. They don't
>feel it, they don't call it -- especially when your attention is elsewhere
>(fighting) and the shot was indirect.
Heavy fighters ignore anything that doesn't arrive with enough force
to have been a killing blow with a sword. We train that way
constantly. Now if there were as much training against arrows it might
be different, but somehow I think that calling arrow shots accurately
would lead to calling light sword blows good.
Solution? fight light. Light fighters are used to calling light. :)
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