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The card given to you to indicate which types of [[combat]] your are [[authorise]]d in. The [[list keeper]] must check this before you can enter a [[tournament]], and you must have one of these to participate in any type of combat (unless you are [[training]], in which case you have a 'training card' and are under the guidance of an authorised combatant).
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Your '''authorisation card''' indicates which types of [[combat]] you're [[authorise]]d to compete in within the [[SCA]]. The [[list keeper]] must check this before you can enter a [[tournament]], and you must have one of these to participate in any type of combat. The exception is if you are training for [[authorisation]], in which case your [[kingdom]] may require you to have a 'training card' and be under the guidance of an authorized [[fighter|combatant]] or a [[marshal]].
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In some [[kingdom]]s, authorisation cards are also used for [[marshal]]s and other [[officer]]s to indicate that they have met the minimum standard/qualifications for the office and are sanctioned to undertake the activities of that field, e.g. first aid for a [[chirurgeon]]. In other Kingdoms, this is not necessarily the case.
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[[category:artefact (modern)]]
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[[category:SCAism]]

Latest revision as of 00:27, 27 December 2006

Your authorisation card indicates which types of combat you're authorised to compete in within the SCA. The list keeper must check this before you can enter a tournament, and you must have one of these to participate in any type of combat. The exception is if you are training for authorisation, in which case your kingdom may require you to have a 'training card' and be under the guidance of an authorized combatant or a marshal.

In some kingdoms, authorisation cards are also used for marshals and other officers to indicate that they have met the minimum standard/qualifications for the office and are sanctioned to undertake the activities of that field, e.g. first aid for a chirurgeon. In other Kingdoms, this is not necessarily the case.