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June 26 – 28, 2020 in the Kingdom of Artemisia (Ogden, UT)
By Lord Mat Wyck
The casual event had started simply enough, one of a series of small, occasional fencing opportunities loosely organized in Malagentia to promote more bladework in fun and interesting outdoor environments.
But for the ambitious half-dozen folks who participated, the day evolved into a proving ground for a variety of period gear, testing the technology of the middle ages against a two-mile mountain hike along trails blanketed with a good 5 or 6 inches of snow. It did, to be sure, culminate with ferocious fencing in the shadow of a stone wizard’s tower atop a treacherous mountain peak.
Everyone learned a few things about their kit and themselves, and gladly share those bits of knowledge through this written dispatch. Continue reading
Master Donovan has defeated Don Devillin to earn the honor of King’s Rapier Champion after three bouts as follows:
Round 1: Rapier and Buckler, winner is Master Donovan
Round 2: Rapier and Dagger, winner is Master Donovan
Round 3: Single Rapier, winner is Master Donovan
The Queen’s Champion will be announced during court.
During the semi-finals, the two competitors entering undefeated each ceded a loss to their opponent putting them on equal footing in the semi-final bouts.. After hard and honorably fought bouts, two rapier fighters remained in contention for the honor of serving as the King’s Champion of Fence. At this point, all losses again reset, and the combatants will fight up to five bouts to decide the Champion. The two combatants are:
1 Master Donovan
2 Don Devillin Mac Phearson
The following rapier combatants have advanced out of their pools and into the double elimination tourney. They are listed in no particular order.
Thomas of Effingham
This morning, the fencers of the kingdom are vying for the honor of serving as the King’s Rapier Champion and the Queen’s Rapier Champion. The King’s Champion will be the winner of the tournament, and the Queen’s Champion will be the Queen’s choice based on skill, comportment, and honor throughout the tournament. Below are the groupings for the round robin portion of the tourney, as well as a reminder of the rules and format: