7254Re: [Adria-Umbria] Steel Donations/Loans Requested
- Jan 24, 2014If they are signing a waiver , make sure that they understand that the insurance doesn't cover combatants just bystanders ,by signing they are consenting to the activity . If they don't sign the waiver they don't play.Sir Erik Harbinger Imperial minister of joust and war
On Friday, January 24, 2014 4:49 PM, ashton worral <bigashdog@...> wrote:
SCA isn't full power either. Complain about Battle of Nations of you want to throw stones at full power groups.
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On Jan 24, 2014, at 5:45 PM, "Michael and Teri Cummins" <treson_1999@...> wrote:Dame Kate,The blows that combatants use should not be full power!! This is not the SCA.Dame Ariana le Treson - not a fan of SCA fighting styleLife is not a bowl of cherries or peaches...It's more like a jar of jalapenos...What you do today may burn your ass tomorrow!
On Friday, January 24, 2014 7:32 PM, michael giovia <veritas_77785035@...> wrote:
...boo...My concern here is that armor is not one size fits most, much less all.Those who remember my qualifying for steel, I had to build 'Monstro' first.A 500+ pound man cannot find an equal.Squires often still need to heavily adjust their Knight's "extra" armor, even when they are close in size. The Kingdom/Empire will have very little escape of liability if the pieces are presented as chattle goods. The pieces need servicing, fitting, and safety verified. "Cobbling" a suit out of loaner parts will add a greater burden on the Marshalate to insure the safety of the "borrower" and safety of the other combatants.Ask this...."Do I have the ability to cover the costs of the possible injuries?" That is what we are asking the marshals, Kingdom, and Empire.My Shillings,Sir Cu
On Friday, January 24, 2014 5:04 PM, ashton worral <bigashdog@...> wrote:
You ever seen someone hold their neck after you brush their car?
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On Jan 24, 2014, at 5:02 PM, "Deena Grady" <damekate1350@...> wrote:I have read the waiver -- I'm just saying some people are less than scrupulous and ... you just never know. IF a mundane/audience member were to request suiting up -- then I would hope that the audience member would not receive full out blows that are usual in our tournaments -- after all the hypothetical audience member is not familiar with medieval steel combat.Just sayin'On Fri, Jan 24, 2014 at 4:33 PM, James Sheppard <saintuspuck@...> wrote:Read the waiver. If they sign that waiver they accept responsibility for any injuries occurred. Just as we as members sign a waiver that says we know there is a risk to this and we accept that risk.On Jan 24, 2014 4:26 PM, "Deena Grady" <damekate1350@...> wrote:While it is true a waiver could be signed (and should be) -- no waiver can take away a person's rights (i.e., if an injury should occur (great gods forbid it) it is entirely possible if a legal claim were made for say medical bills to be paid for, then the Kingdom and/or the person(s) whose armour it is/was could be named in such a request).Just a couple of pence from me.YIS,Kate, Comtesse de MorteOn Fri, Jan 17, 2014 at 6:33 PM, <fafnir187@...> wrote:Good Populace,While I appreciate the concern regarding liability, I have spoken with TRM's and obtained their approval before working toward making this project a reality, and will proceed forward with their blessing. In all cases a waiver will be signed.So...who's willing to donate what? :)Sir Fafnir HallgrimRoyal HospitlarKnight BanneretKnight Minister--In Service,Dame Kate
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