Difference between revisions of "Rapier Rules across the SCA"

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[http://rapier.atlantia.sca.org/rules.php Atlantia]
 
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[http://calontir-steel.webs.com/rules.htm Calontir] Calontir is working on an ''experimental'' "Steel Combat" program--basically a combination of Heavy Rapier and Cut and Thrust combat.
 
[http://calontir-steel.webs.com/rules.htm Calontir] Calontir is working on an ''experimental'' "Steel Combat" program--basically a combination of Heavy Rapier and Cut and Thrust combat.

Revision as of 20:37, 31 January 2013

Corporate Rules

The current SCA Corporate Rules can be found here.

As of Feb. 15th AS 46 (2012) the official list of approved blades has been greatly simplified. The new policy can be found here.

And for historical comparison purposes, the original SCA rapier rules can be found here.


Kingdom rules:

Æthelmearc

An Tir

Ansteorra

Artemisia This links to the Kingdom Library page. Scroll down to the "Handbooks" section, then click on the Rapier Standards Handbook to get their current rules.

Atenveldt

Atlantia

Caid

Calontir Calontir is working on an experimental "Steel Combat" program--basically a combination of Heavy Rapier and Cut and Thrust combat.

Drachenwald

Ealdormere

East

Gleann Abhann

Lochac

Meridies

Middle

Northshield

Outlands

Trimaris

West


Last updated November 28, AS XLVII (2012)

(I try to check these links every month or two, but I'm only human. If you notice that a link is out of date, please let me know.)