Armoured Combat Draft notes:Structure

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15 April 2021

Structure of the Marshallate

Throughout changed name of "Auxiliary Marshals" to "Assistant Marshals" to better reflect their role, and changed "Marshal-in-Charge of the field" to "Responsible Marshal" to prevent confusion with Marshal-in-Charge of the event or practice. Changed heavy combat to armoured combat throughout.

2.1. Outline

  • 2.1.1 - Added General heading to deal with numbering collision.
  • - Added bullet points, Earl Marshal reference removed (covered elsewhere)
  • 2.1.1 (now 2.1.2) - Added explanatory text.
  • 2.1.2 (now 2.1.3) - Made explicit to this rule set, so refers to the Kingdom Armoured Combat Marshal.

2.2 Ranks of authorised marshals

  • Table 2.2.1 updated for names and to reflect that assistant marshals can inspect equipment under supervision of a rostered marshal
  • 2.2.1 - some lettered rules changed to bullet points as they are still part of the rule.
  • - Removed no longer relevant
  • - merged to become
  • - Removed as not relevant in this rule set
  • - renumbered
  • 2.2.2 - separated responsible marshal and Marshal-in-Charge of event or practice for clarity
  • - added Kingdom Armoured Combat Marshal

2.3 Marshals as officers

  • 2.3.1 Updated throughout to refer to Group Armoured Combat Marshal to remove implication that all other martial activities are subservient to Armoured Combat
  • highlighting that the Group Marshal from any one of the combat forms, it doesn't have to be armoured combat
  • highlighting that the Group Armoured Combat Marshals is only looking after armoured combat.
  • updated reporting line to go through the Kingdom Armoured Combat Marshal
  • made specific to armoured combat
  • 2.3.2 Updated to Kingdom Armoured Combat Marshal and made specific to armoured combat.
  • Updated heavy to armoured combat

2.4 Marshals for events and practices

  • 2.4.3 updated to clarify that you need a responsible marshal for pick-ups.
  • added to clarify that every armoured combat event or practice must have a designated Marshal-in-Charge.
  • Separated into three rules, and specifying armoured combat, and adding the Kingdom Armoured Combat Marshal.

2.5 Requirements to act as a marshal

Simplified language and updated for armoured combat and assistant/responsible marshal as needed.