|Start Time||End Time||Instructor||Class|
|10:00 AM||11:00 AM||Master Wistrick Oftun||OODA Loop|
|11:00 AM||12:00 PM||Cpt. Dante Alatrista||Historic Combat A&S Class: Late 16th Century Pike|
|12:00 PM||1:00 PM||Lunch Break|
|1:00 PM||2:00 PM||Lord Simon cel Frumos||Melee Basics and Tactics – Woods and Ravines|
|2:00 PM||3:00 PM||Cpt. William Lewys||Mental Blocks: How Over-Thinking Defeated the Fencer|
|3:00 PM||4:00 PM||Lady Sirona Boann||Baroness Ysmay de Lynn’s A&S Fencing Challenge|
|4:00 PM||5:00 PM||Master Nikoslav Mikolaevich||Intro to Spear: Basics and Tactics|
Baroness Ysmay de Lynn’s A&S Fencing Challenge Details:
Every fencer must create (or if they truly have
Upon signing in, each fencer puts their token on the holding table. All fencers take the field at once. All fighters fight all fighters. No score is kept. The point is the play. Fighters continue rotating through until the allotted time is up.
At the Marshal’s command, fencers retrieve their token from the table and present it to their favorite fighter of the day.
This is very casual (no announcing who you are presenting to) and is then followed by feedback from anyone to anyone. Baroness Ismay made a beaded armband. Another fencer took a calligraphy class for the first time that morning and gifted a strip of paper with their name on it. What the token is is irrelevant. That it was made with your own hand is.
Once again, if needs be, someone else can make something for you to give, but it can not be a purchased item.