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==Hay bales and the SCA==
 
==Hay bales and the SCA==
 
Hay bales (they may actually be straw but are nevertheless called hay) are used in the [[SCA]] to form representations of walls, or borders of any sort (for example, the edges of a [[bridge battle|bridge]]). Bales are used because of ease of acquiring, weight, and relative harmlessness if used in [[war scenario|combat scenario]]s (it is not uncommon for [[fighter]]s to be knocked into or over a bale).
 
Hay bales (they may actually be straw but are nevertheless called hay) are used in the [[SCA]] to form representations of walls, or borders of any sort (for example, the edges of a [[bridge battle|bridge]]). Bales are used because of ease of acquiring, weight, and relative harmlessness if used in [[war scenario|combat scenario]]s (it is not uncommon for [[fighter]]s to be knocked into or over a bale).
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Latest revision as of 00:27, 29 January 2011

A bale is a block of compressed organic material (hay or straw), sometimes physically bound together.

Hay bales and the SCA

Hay bales (they may actually be straw but are nevertheless called hay) are used in the SCA to form representations of walls, or borders of any sort (for example, the edges of a bridge). Bales are used because of ease of acquiring, weight, and relative harmlessness if used in combat scenarios (it is not uncommon for fighters to be knocked into or over a bale).