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'''Melee''' is a type of [[combat]], where there are usually several people to a side, each side has there own objective, usually to beat the opposing side.
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'''Melee''' is a type of [[combat]], where there are usually several people to a side, each side has their own objective, usually to beat the opposing side.
  
In this form of combat a person may not kill from behind, however they may inform a person that they have been engaged from behind and that [[combatant]] should turn to meet that challenge. Melees generally do not allow the use of [[missile weapons]], though there are some cases such as [[village football]] where this is allowed.
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In this form of combat it is normal that a person may not kill from behind. However they may inform a person that they have been engaged from behind and that [[combatant]] should turn to meet that challenge. Melees generally do not allow the use of [[missile weapons]], though there are some cases such as [[village football]] where this is allowed. Special scenarios are occasionally used, like [[ransom melees]]. 
  
 
Melees can be fought either in the [[heavy]] or [[rapier]] [[list]]s.
 
Melees can be fought either in the [[heavy]] or [[rapier]] [[list]]s.

Revision as of 00:46, 9 June 2004

Melee is a type of combat, where there are usually several people to a side, each side has their own objective, usually to beat the opposing side.

In this form of combat it is normal that a person may not kill from behind. However they may inform a person that they have been engaged from behind and that combatant should turn to meet that challenge. Melees generally do not allow the use of missile weapons, though there are some cases such as village football where this is allowed. Special scenarios are occasionally used, like ransom melees.

Melees can be fought either in the heavy or rapier lists.