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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]].
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=== Historically ===
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A marshal is high-ranking royal military advisor. For some kingdoms, the Marshal is the chief of staff for the military forces (cf. the modern Field Marshal rank).
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[[William Marshall]] was an [[Earl Marshal]] of particular note.

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The marshal is in charge of all combat-related activities. Depending on what type of marshal 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 fighters and keeping up-to-date with society regulations.

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

Historically

A marshal is high-ranking royal military advisor. For some kingdoms, the Marshal is the chief of staff for the military forces (cf. the modern Field Marshal rank).

William Marshall was an Earl Marshal of particular note.