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This [[tournament style|type of tourney]] may turn the tables a little on those who may normally win all the time by using one shot (say, a nice fast [[snap]] to the head).
 
This [[tournament style|type of tourney]] may turn the tables a little on those who may normally win all the time by using one shot (say, a nice fast [[snap]] to the head).
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Latest revision as of 04:29, 11 November 2010

Also known as a body parts tourney. Each fighter has to collect a "body part": left leg, right leg, left arm, right arm, body and head. It's run like a meat grinder. During a bout each fighter's blows to various body parts (limbs etc.) are recorded. The loser of the bout stays on.

If you happen to kill your opponent with blow to the head, but you've already "collected" a head, the bout still ends. The first person to collect all body parts is the winner.

This type of tourney may turn the tables a little on those who may normally win all the time by using one shot (say, a nice fast snap to the head).

Tournament Styles in the SCA
Bracket Tourneys: Single Elimination · Double Elimination · Round Robin · Counted Blows
Point-Based Tourneys: William Marshall · Bear Pit · Animal Hunt · Bedford Points
Other Tourneys: Atlantian Speed · Bertie-Beetle · Challenge