Posts Tagged ‘wining’

12 Jun
2018

Paying the Prize

At a North Oaken War maneuvers very early early in my SCA career, my third event, there was a torch [&hellip

21 Oct
2014

What are you working on?

There is a fighter whom I shall call Fitz. Fitz is a figment of my own imagination, however Fitz’s story [&hellip

15 Jul
2014

The Future of Honorable Combat

What makes our sport different than nearly every other martial art is that it is the recipient who must call [&hellip

27 Mar
2014

Across the Line

In years past, the Armored Ravine battle at Gulf Wars has been my least favorite melee.  Last year, it may [&hellip

25 Mar
2014

How We Win

I’ve been an IT contractor for much of my mundane career. I’ve found myself at many large corporations that had, [&hellip


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