Re: [serapier] Re: Elevated fencing
- View SourceI am 6 hours away and would try to make a weekend of such an endevor. The Gulf Wars site would be a great place for such a thing. Also, we do have a second site here in Meridies that is a regular SCA site. The Cumberland Center. They have some guidelines in regards to building cabins on their site (local building codes) and I know they would want something period in design. What else they would require if they would allow it I have no idea. It would never hurt to ask.
Feodor Razin CAR
Sent: Wed, 31 Jan 2007 8:27 PM
Subject: [serapier] Re: Elevated fencing
> Anyone interested?I'd drive the 10 hours to pitch in on that.
Jeez, I've been trying to talk Dianora into letting me build one in
the yard for a couple of years now... Of course, I want mine to have
cannons, I hear they are great for keeping the neighbor kids out of
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- View SourceDuring the ravine I was behind the line watching our Trimarian line and
everything else... including the cheering section of Calontir.
I know some of our Trimarian rapier fighters took the opportunity
to "ham things up" and play along with the cheering section. My army
seemed to think Calontir was having a good time, and they appreciated
the audience they had to play to. They seemed to get a good vibe from
BTW, I had a wonderful war. I am sorry that we did not get to fight with
Meridiase, but I hope to train with ya'll a few times this year and hope to
fight by your side in the future. =)
Trimarian Rapier General
Gulf Wars 16
--- In email@example.com, "Mazelle Attiya" <attiyam@...> wrote:
> The Calontiri (including the Crown) were there cheering on some of the
> fighters they knew from Ansteorra. I got a chance to talk to some of
> while I was standing near them. I was keeping the official time for the
> battle. Several of them asked me some questions which I answered
> cheerfully and they kept me well hydrated. :-) And for those of you
> didn't get to see their "fencing" it was quite humorous. Did anyone get
> pictures? I didn't think to use Don Dore's camera. For a kingdom that
> prefers to not do rapier, they had at least 50-60 spectators watching. I
> some of the pre-game show and it was hysterical.
> Maitresse Alysia, QB
> Gleann Abhann
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> Of Chris Zakes
> Sent: Monday, March 19, 2007 7:22 AM
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> Subject: [serapier] Rapier ravine battle question
> Fair greetings,
> I've been hearing some odd (and conflicting) reports on the behavior
> of the Calontiri spectators during the rapier ravine battle. What did
> the folks here see?
> -Tivar Moondragon
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