[Ansteorra-archery] Is there a riff
meggiddo at netzero.net
Tue Apr 23 08:34:07 PDT 2002
I was at Gulf Wars this year and I only heard about this interpretation
after the war was over. Must have missed that part of the briefing -
without a helm on I am hard of hearing, add a helm, oh well... When I
did heard about it, it was after the Fort Battles...
It is a load of BS, with the emphasis on "S"!
I read the web site prior to going and remember on how it was explained
to me at Gulf Wars X and that I is how I followed the "Touch Kill for
Need to ask, was this interpretation a last minute on the spot rule
If it was a last minute on the spot rule change - the below truly
Just another example of the one-side and bad marshaling that went on
Gulf Wars XI, plus additional proof of not only how fighters view
archers but also how marshals view archers. Plus the steps that marshals
will take to get archers off the field!
Michael of the Fray
Fearghus MacKenna wrote:
> The problem with the touch kill rule at GW is not that is is touch kill but what constituted a touch kill. It was interperted as if an archer was hit by an arrow it didn't matter where it hit he was out. That included anywhere from your big toe to your quiver.
> HL Fearghus MacKenna
> Kingdom Archery Marshal CAMS \\
> ---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
> From: "Harry Bilings" <humble_archer at hotmail.com>
> Reply-To: ansteorra-archery at ansteorra.org
> Date: Mon, 22 Apr 2002 20:25:50 -0500
> >In response to various posts. Touch kill was in effect at GW VII if I am
> >counting right. Also I believe that Trimmaris and Meridies both use touch
> >kill for CA. Yet an other problem is "Heavy" fighter stomping of arrows. Yes
> >I know that some of them just get broken. How ever I have seen a "Heavy
> >fighter" stomp on an arrow after being hit by it. It did not register what
> >was happing at the time, as it was a fiberglass shaft the fighter got his
> >exercise and did not harm the shaft.
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