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Re: coat of arms
Poster: David KUIJT <email@example.com>
Ann Shelton wrote:
> > If the offensive (and obviously conflicting) non-registered device is on
> > the field......when I was a herald, I had good cooperation with the
> > marshallate and have asked that they have the fighter use another shield
> > that day. If the person is blatant about it and has refused to
> > cooperate with the gentle on site who conflicts, they had no problem
> > with this. Comments, marshals?
And Galmr responded:
> I don't think policing heraldry is something the marshals should be or
> become involved in. Our primary goal is the safety of the fighters.
> While it may be discourteous to blow off a herald's request the not bear
> a specific device on the field, it is not really a safety issue.
I agree with Galmr completely. It is not the business of the marshals if
you tell them that a combatant has stolen your arms, your girlfriend, or
your underwear. They are fighting-safety officers, not general purpose
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