- Message from the Pennsic Listing: Archery Greetings from Earl Sir Tarquin the Red, Middle Kingdom Archery Marshal. Archery at Pennsic 36 will once again beMessage 1 of 1 , Jul 25, 2007View SourceMessage from the Pennsic Listing:
ArcheryGreetings from Earl Sir Tarquin the Red, Middle Kingdom Archery Marshal.
Archery at Pennsic 36 will once again be located atop Mount Eislinn, across from the Main Battlefield. There will be regular wagon service up and down the hill.
Activities will include open practice, novelty shoots, archery-related classes, youth archery practice and competitions, the three mass War Point shoots and a Champions War Point shoot.
Each year we strive to make your visit to the Archery Range as pleasant as possible. In return, we ask that you follow a few simple rules so that the range remains safe and organized. These rules are discussed briefly below. Please take the time to read them through. If you understand what is expected of you, you will save yourself time and possible aggravation.
Range Operation & StaffingRange setup will begin on Sunday, July 29 at 9:00 am and finish Monday, July 30. The range will be ready for use on Tuesday, July 31. All ranges will be closed to all other activities during the Champions shoot on Monday, August 6.
Populace War points will be shot Aug 7th-9th (noon to 7 pm) and Aug 10th (noon - 4 pm).
Range takedown will start at 4 pm on Friday, August 10.
Marshals representing both Middle and East (including allies) will be required to staff the range from Tuesday, August 7 through Friday, August 10. We will also be in need of marshals for the Archer Champions shoot, starting at 9 am on Monday, August 6.
All archery marshals, regardless of kingdom, are urgently needed for range and inspection duties. You are strongly encouraged to come up to the range and sign the roster. Of particular need are folks willing to help with set-ups and take-downs. Present yourself at the range and someone will find something for you to do.
During all times that the range is staffed by marshals, a yellow flag will be raised above the inspection area of the archery marshal’s tent. If the flag is raised, you are welcome to come to the range and shoot. If the flag is lowered, there are not enough marshals present for safe operation and the range is closed. The flag will be clearly visible from the vicinity of the paved roads and will save a lot of unnecessary walking.
See the Archery range schedule. For all other activities, consult the schedule at the archery marshals' tent.Archery Range Schedule LinkLord Dougal MacAlister the Tardy
Archery Marshal for the Province of Tree-Girt-Sea
Drop-Dead Deputy Midlands Regional Archery Marshal
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