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Re: matching arms on the field (fwd)
Poster: Tanner Lovelace <email@example.com>
On Fri, 18 Apr 1997, Craig Levin wrote:
> Generally, the "visitor" would do something to difference his
> arms. Sometimes, it was just a bend drawn across the shield.
And this could be done with a strip of duck tape. (Surely someone
on the field is bound to have duck tape.)
BTW, I've been watching this thread for a while and I must say something
to all the people that attacked Tibor -- try learning to read. Tibor
never said that he didn't think that people should register their arms.
All he said was that there is no requirement, which is absolutely true.
If fact, he hasn't said anything as to what he *thinks* people should do
with their arms. The SCA is built upon honor and courtesy. If we can't
display honor and courtesy when someone is just quoting the rules, how
can we expect to display it any other time. At this point, I should
probably commend Pedro, who even though he disagreed somewhat with Tibor,
conducted himself very honorably. Vivat! And if nothing I've said
makes you change your mind, just remember what Henry said: it's only a
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