ANST - Goof Toobs
og- at mail.utexas.edu
Wed Aug 27 11:35:58 PDT 1997
At 01:00 PM 8/27/97 -0500, you wrote:
>>When fired at an angle,say, hitting 30-45
>>degress off perpendiculer, they would "catch" on the shield (or whatever you
>>hit) and instead of bouncing off, they would flip around nock first.
>Maybe this could be alleviated by not making them so round on the ends.
>Thistles and Marklands are cylindrical, which is probably why they don't
>roll around. Maybe if the Baldar heads had flat surfaces with rounded
>corners, like this:
> | |
> | |
><swhite at cimedia.com>
My understanding was that the Balder was specifically designed to stick.
The concept being that an arrow that
stuck would be more likely to be called both because a glance would be felt
more, and if it stuck it would land
closer to the person it hit.
Argylwydd Madog Cochfarf
Og's Head Brewery
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