[Bonwicke] Regional Fighter Practice and ramble
onetruewolf at hotmail.com
Wed Oct 24 02:35:36 PDT 2001
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i was thinking last night while i lay in bed counting the bugs on my
ceiling.........never mind that.....the important thing is this. yesterday
you had mentioned having melee practices at regional events. That's a great
idea, but if you want to do that then i think that we should probably have
someone get in contact with the autocrats of said events and maybe get some
time set aside at each one, so that we don't have to compete with archery and
This would just ensure greater participation in all of the goings on at the
event, if we were not competing for time.
just a thought.
>From: chiang at odsy.net (chiang)
>Reply-To: bonwicke at ansteorra.org
>To: "Western List"
>Subject: [Bonwicke] Regional Fighter Practice and ramble
>Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2001 21:24:46 -0000
> Greetings again,
>I guess that I have been guilty of pushing people to go to Gulf Wars. I do
>not mean for the practices to be just for the people going to Gulf, they are
>open to anyone that wants or needs the practice.
> The last few years have seen a Kingdom wide shift to melees and such. You
>are starting to see more and more big melee events, not the least of which
>is our own Gothic Wars. Many of the other warbands and war companies are
>seeing Gothic as a good training event. I expect it to keep growing.
> It is my hope to see the Western Region fighting in a more cohesive
>manner. Toward this end, I will be pushing for more melee training from
>everyone. I would like to see them at regular fighter practices when you
>have enough people to at least step through the commands.
> I would like to see more people at the next Regional Practice. It will be
>in Mendersham on Dec 1 at their regular practice site. They have a really
>nice place to have it. Ryah has posted the address for the map. Will be
>posting more about it in the upcoming weeks.
> Thanks again.
> Yours in service,
> Your neighborhood Warlord
>Western mailing list
>Bonwicke at ansteorra.org
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