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#A Fencing Marshal in Charge must be appointed to supervise Fencing Combat in events or practices.
 
#A Fencing Marshal in Charge must be appointed to supervise Fencing Combat in events or practices.
 
#Each bout must be supervised by a Fencing Marshal or an authorised Fencing combatant.
 
#Each bout must be supervised by a Fencing Marshal or an authorised Fencing combatant.
#Fencers from other kingdoms are welcome to take part in events held in Lochac. Guest fencers must meet the Kingdom’s standards for protective gear and weapons set out in these rules.
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#Fencers from other kingdoms are welcome to take part in events held in Lochac. Guest fencers must meet the Kingdom's standards for protective gear and weapons set out in these rules.
 
#The minimum age for training and authorisation in Fencing is 14. When combatants under the age of 18 undertake training and authorisation, the Kingdom Fencing Marshal (or their delegate) shall ensure that the minor's parent or legal guardian has observed Fencing in the SCA, is aware of the risk of injury inherent in this martial art, and has signed a statement explicitly acknowledging the above.
 
#The minimum age for training and authorisation in Fencing is 14. When combatants under the age of 18 undertake training and authorisation, the Kingdom Fencing Marshal (or their delegate) shall ensure that the minor's parent or legal guardian has observed Fencing in the SCA, is aware of the risk of injury inherent in this martial art, and has signed a statement explicitly acknowledging the above.
 
#Fencers aged between 10 and 14 years are covered by the Youth Fencing Combat Rules.
 
#Fencers aged between 10 and 14 years are covered by the Youth Fencing Combat Rules.

Latest revision as of 20:22, 2 August 2020

  1. The Crown's representative in all matters dealing with Fencing Combat is the Kingdom Earl Marshal, then the Kingdom Fencing Marshal, then, by delegation, members of the Kingdom Fencing Marshallate.
  2. A Fencing Marshal in Charge must be appointed to supervise Fencing Combat in events or practices.
  3. Each bout must be supervised by a Fencing Marshal or an authorised Fencing combatant.
  4. Fencers from other kingdoms are welcome to take part in events held in Lochac. Guest fencers must meet the Kingdom's standards for protective gear and weapons set out in these rules.
  5. The minimum age for training and authorisation in Fencing is 14. When combatants under the age of 18 undertake training and authorisation, the Kingdom Fencing Marshal (or their delegate) shall ensure that the minor's parent or legal guardian has observed Fencing in the SCA, is aware of the risk of injury inherent in this martial art, and has signed a statement explicitly acknowledging the above.
  6. Fencers aged between 10 and 14 years are covered by the Youth Fencing Combat Rules.
    1. Combatants in Lochac who are under the age of 18 are exempt from the Society rule requiring a marking to identify them as a minor.