Re: [SCA-Archery] Question on shoots
- --- blkknighti@... wrote:
> Now I don't intend to be argumentative, just picking you minds, butI think it is just a measure of a different thing. You are not getting a
> don't you
> all see a problem with the "best choice" score method that Nest
> in the SCA?
> Don't you think it only serves to falsely boost the "scores"?
good idea of the archers average, but of their best scores. Does that mean
that the scores are flasely boosted? Not really. They are not false
scores, but the archers best scores.
> Don't you think that it is inequitable to the consistant shooter?Only if the consistant shooter is absolutely consistant at all times.
Everybody must have highs and lows. I think people perfer to be recognized
for their best efforts, not their average efforts. Though, of course I
could be wrong.
> Perhaps an average of the round shot would be a better way?Maybe, but then everybody would have to have the same number of tries to
get the average. Some people just don't want to shoot more than one or
two, others can't. This is beginning to get a too little complicated for
> Why are there no mundane shoots that are offered that way?The mundane organizations are looking for something else. They only want
the very best, and that includes people who can consistantly perform at
the top of their game. Different organizations, different goals. Theirs is
not an inclusive game.
>I don't think of you as arguing, more like disscussing.
> Again not being argumentative, I simply cannot see the equitability and
> trying to understand.
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- On 2 Mar 2004 at 16:39, Chad and Erin Wilson wrote:
> The rules for RR's state that you can shoot as many in a day as you wish, butFWIW, the "rules for RRs" vary from kingdom to kingdom. I believe
> only one may be submitted per day. In theory, if you had time to shoot 10 rr
> scores, then you could. And thus, have your highest score submitted.
that there are (or at least have been) some that require the archer
to declare that a given round is for their daily score *before* it is