Re: [E_Rapier] RE: Crown Tourney Fencing fencing fencing
- One person goes out onto the field against two others.If you kill both you stay in.The moment one of either opponents kills you the two remaining become immediate enemies and try to kill each other.----- Original Message -----From: tamlin_01@...Sent: Tuesday, September 10, 2013 11:27 AMSubject: [E_Rapier] RE: Crown Tourney Fencing fencing fencing
"Share your Kill Shot Tourney" ..is this a pairs round robin or a single? confused
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Authorizations depending on time available, at the discretion of the MIC.
Inspections - 10:30 to 11:30 am
1st tourney - 12:30 pm - 2 pm
Share your Kill Shot Tourney
This is intended to help our more experienced fencers to teach the less
experienced, and for all fencers to grow more diverse by learning from
each other. Round robin format. Pairs fight once. Winner tells dead
fencer what was done that caused them to win. Pair fights one more
time. If winner of the first round wins again, they receive two points.
If the loser of the first bout wins the second, both fencers receive
one point. Double kills are re-fought.
2nd tourney - 2:15 pm - 3:30 pm (or until final rounds of crown tourney
Team Up and Kill your Buddy for the Gold
Two against one. If single combatant beats both of his/her opponents,
two points are earned. If one of the pair kills the single combatant,
the pair attack each other. Winner receives one point. If the single
combatant kills one opponent but is bested by the other, winner receives
one point. Double kills when there are three combatants leave one
winner. Double kills when there are only two combatants are re-fought.
Pick-ups between 10:45 am and 12 pm, and between 3:30 pm and final
rounds of crown tourney, if a marshal is present.
Prize or prizes will be awarded;
- Share your kill shot is one vs one.The person making the defeat shares how they crafted it. Why it may have worked.Then a second opportunity is given.