[Ansteorra] Bards, Brewers, and Cooks (now with shopping!)
alden_drake at sbcglobal.net
Wed Jan 9 11:41:11 PST 2008
Agreed....and going the way of "something for everyone" makes it pretty
much the same as every other event, so it would lose that which would
make it special to the focus group (bards, brewers, and cooks). There's
often a question of, "How do we get more people (or subset X) to come?"
Well, for this particular event the powers that be are planning food,
entertainment, and booze....that seems like a pretty good draw to me! :)
Cisco Cividanes wrote:
> SI speak for myself only on this. Others may support or denounce my
> opinion as they wish.
> I believe one of the thoughts of this "event" was to specifically NOT
> have fighting. Fighting has such a huge overlap with the bardic arts
> that when you include fighting, a lot of bards are now asked to choose
> between activity, and soon the bards that stay are competing with the
> fighting for attention. . Part of the reason "bards, brewers and Cooks"
> was spoken of was because their is so little overlap between the
> three.More to the point, none of the activities require someone to put
> on armor...a process that effectively commits them to fighting and keeps
> them from dodging in and out of other classes throughout the day.
> I love fighting and fighters, but I have to say that if an event is to
> be centered around bardic, under the current circumstances, Fighting
> should not be part of the event, it too easily overshadows everything
> else going on.
> Ivo Blackhawk
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