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The marshal is in charge of all [[combat]]-related activities. Depending on what type of marshall they are, their responsibilities may include being in charge of [[safety]] on the [[field]] (both [[tournament]] and [[war]]), carrying out [[armour inspection]], [[authorisation]] of new [[combatants]] and keeping up-to-date with [[society]] [[regulations]].
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The marshal is in charge of all [[combat]]-related activities. Depending on what type of marshall they are, their responsibilities may include being in charge of [[safety]] on the [[field]] (both [[tournament]] and [[war]]), carrying out [[armour inspection]], [[authorisation]] of new [[combatant]]s and keeping up-to-date with [[society]] [[regulations]].
  
 
There are different marshals for each type of [[combat]]: [[heavy]], [[light]], [[medium]], [[non-combatant]] and [[rapier]].
 
There are different marshals for each type of [[combat]]: [[heavy]], [[light]], [[medium]], [[non-combatant]] and [[rapier]].

Revision as of 03:41, 25 June 2003

Marshal.png

The marshal is in charge of all combat-related activities. Depending on what type of marshall they are, their responsibilities may include being in charge of safety on the field (both tournament and war), carrying out armour inspection, authorisation of new combatants and keeping up-to-date with society regulations.

There are different marshals for each type of combat: heavy, light, medium, non-combatant and rapier.