[Ansteorra-archery] Busy Times Coming
ironwyrm at juno.com
Tue Apr 2 12:31:25 PST 2002
Your right it was Border War II (Too many mundane matters going on in my
head today!). I must have missed that, I didn't hear anyone say anything
about being worried about getting injured? The only two actions I
questioned were when one of the archers wanted to climb up on a platform
to shoot from it, after thinking it over common sense prevailed and he
decided not to, and there was poor crowd control with some spectators
wandering into the areas where the fighting was taking place hoping they
could see better (but the viewing areas were not clearly marked).
Too bad, I really enjoyed the running street battles and was very much
looking forward to doing it again (but then I like paintball too)! It
was the high point in the combat activities as far as our group of
archers were concerned.
On Tue, 2 Apr 2002 13:38:05 -0500 "Wilim Penbras"
<wilim.penbras at pandora.org> writes:
> Ewww... I was wondering about that. After Border Wars we started
> looking at Combat Archery and never found what we could all agree
> was a safe way to do Combat Archery in the village. Most people
> think we were extremely lucky not to have had any injuries at Border
> Wars and aren't looking to push that luck. So other than Archer
> duels and Such there won't be any Archery in the streets.
> Sorry Folks,
> ---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
> From: ironwyrm at juno.com
> Reply-To: ansteorra-archery at ansteorra.org
> Date: Tue, 2 Apr 2002 11:29:16 -0600
> >That statement definitely scores gold! If you can make Elfsea's
> >Springfaire event, do so. The combat through the streets &
> buildings at
> >the last Elfsea event held on the Hawkwood site was an combat
> >delight & fighters nightmare. With the "Day in Sherwood Forest"
> >there is going to be combat archers everywhere. The weekend
> >ARCHERY, ARCHERY, and more ARCHERY!! I guess some fighters will
> get to
> >play too. And I belive I heard it was the archery marshal of
> >birthday also? Hmmm, sounds like another revel to me (as if we
> need a
> >On a bit somber note our good friends to the archers of Ansteorra
> >Galen of Bristol & HL Allessandra Beatrice Desderio are stepping
> down as
> >Baron & Baroness of Elfsea. Let's let them know how much we
> >all the have done for our community.
> >All that to be followed by the Academy of the Bow on the following
> >weekend, be still my heart! So much to do so little time.
> >It's good to live in Ansteorra!
> >On Tue, 2 Apr 2002 10:12:46 -0600 "Dewart, Charles R. --G3
> >(Anteon Corp)" <Charles.Dewart at hood.army.mil> writes:
> >> Greetings and Hi There,
> >> Yes indeed, it's going to be busy around here for the next couple
> >> weeks.
> >> First, it's Elfsea's Spring Fair this weekend. A Robin Hood
> >> event
> >> and we're ARCHERS!! We all gotta be there for that. IT's going
> >> be a
> >> hoot. ;)
> >> Then next week, it's AoB. Say? It's been somewhat silent about
> >> that. How
> >> are we coming on that?
> >> Gilli
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