ANST - Results on Ladies
STALPL at integris-health.com
Thu Nov 13 20:18:39 PST 1997
> On 10 Nov 1997 18:47:48 -0600 "Mark Harris"
> <mark_harris at risc.sps.mot.com> writes:
> >I think such a rule would be much too arbitrary. Either require it
> >or don't. There is nothing to indicate that someone who is an
> >experienced fighter is less likely to get hurt from a blow to the
> >breasts than someone who is new at it. Remember in a battle
> >scenerio, anyone is likely to get hit.
> >If you want to modify it, say such and such is the minimum required
> >armor. However, we encourage the use of more armor. Or While these
> >are the minimum requirements, depending upon your build and other
> >considerations, you may want to add further protection. If you do
> >so, this additional protection should meet these requirements (no
> >seperate cups etc., etc.)
> The best armoring advice I was ever given was to armor heavily at first,
> then lighten up as you get better at getting out of the way.
> 2 pense,
> Kateryn Heathrydge,
> Three Rivers, Calontir
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Advice that goes as well for men as women.
Ld Llygoden Llwyd
Barony of Wiesenfeuer
mka Phillip Stallcup
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