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Re: Re: MR: Disc: Pay-to-Fight
Poster: Logan <email@example.com>
Chuck Graves wrote:
> Poster: "Chuck Graves" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Greetings, all.
> Ld. Erich von Kleinfeld wrote:
> >As I understood it at the time, the rationale for Atlantia's retention of
> >pay-to-fight after the Soci...........<SNIP>
> Aside from that, I enthusiastically support REVOKING pay-to-fight in Atlantia.
> Quite frankly, it makes martial training of a new recruit illegal. No
> membership, no training. I support His Highness' call to maintain your
> membership--this supports the whole organization. However, the law itself makes
> training untenable--especially, in college environs.
> I am personally tired of training someone as a "member"--wink, wink, nudge,
> nudge, say no more. This is certainly the place to "return to the old ways".
May I remind you of one thing in regard to the membership requirement to
fight. That is it only applies to "official" tournaments held within the
authority of the SCA. Your local fighter practice (canton level,
baronial level or Tadhg level) are not affected! Train them as you see
fit at these times. Doing pick-up fights after the schedueled tournament
at an event are also viable options. I do agree with you that it is a
real pain to train a fighter, watch him/her improve, take them to an
event and say "well now you can watch the fighting and maybe afterwards,
if anyone has anything left in 'em, you can try someone different". It
is very iritating. I deal with it all the time with My weekly practice
here. Currently I am training five non-members and hope to get them paid
and authorized before Pennsic. My advice to you is to keep training and
teaching, enjoy doing it, and wait to see what happens with the
pay-to-play. Until then keep copies of the membership form around!
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