By Magistra Nicolaa de Bracton, Pennsic Independent Editor-in-Chief
Have you come to Pennsic to get all the fighting in you possibly can? Viscount Geoffrey Scott has. He hopes to fight 1500 bouts at Pennsic — and you might be able to help.
Lord Geoffrey Scott, an armoured fighter who intends to fight 1500 bouts before the end of Pennsic 33, reports that he had completed the first 303 bouts as of Wednesday evening.
One point. Victory to the team who defends the castle for the longest amount of time. Bonus victory points to teams who hold a banneron the causeway for ten minutes or more.
Castle defended first by
Two resurrection battles for three points each. Combat archery, siege weapons and thrown weapons included. Each battle will last 30 minutes.
Champions chosen by allied Kingdoms. 30 minute resurrection field battle. Objective to control haybales centered in field. One victory point awarded to each side in control of a haybale at ten minute intervals.
Three bridge battles for one point each. Missile weapons included. Each battle will last 30 minutes.
This battle is for three points. It is a timed resurection battle (2 hrs.). The conflicting kingdoms, aided by their allies, will battle for possetion of three flags. One War point is awarded for each
This one point battle will take place after the East-Middle Belted Champions Melee Battle. 40 unbelted champions from the conflivted kingoms will battle to the last man.
This one point battle will take place following the Allied Champions battle (Allied Champions is not a war point battle). Five belted champions from each side will battle to the last man.
This one point battle will take place after the Field Battles. It is a timed resurection bridge battle. The sides are limited to 150 fighters from the conflicting kingdoms and their allies. There will be a time check at each five minutes during the battle. Points for the battle will be awarded at each time check. Whoever is in control of the bridge at each time check will be awarded a point.