Difference between revisions of "Non-combatant"

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* [[Banner Bearer]] (particularly in [[Lochac]] for which the term is often used exclusively)
 
* [[Banner Bearer]] (particularly in [[Lochac]] for which the term is often used exclusively)
 
* [[Scout]]
 
* [[Scout]]
* [[Water bearer]] (In [[Ansteorra]] waterbearers must be non-combat authorised to bear wear on the field during [[melee]]/[[resurrection]] [[battle]]s)
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* [[Water bearer]] (In [[Ansteorra]] waterbearers must be non-combat authorised to bear water on the field during [[melee]]/[[resurrection]] [[battle]]s)
  
 
The term is also used to refer to spectators or members of the [[populace]] who aren't directly involved in wars or [[tournament]]s.
 
The term is also used to refer to spectators or members of the [[populace]] who aren't directly involved in wars or [[tournament]]s.

Latest revision as of 00:01, 7 December 2005

In SCA wars, non-combatants are people who are out on the field but cannot engage in combat with anyone on the field. They can be killed as a light and must comply to minimum light armour standards. To become authorised as a non-combatant, you must be over the minimum combat age for your kingdom and know the rules of the list.

Being a non-combatant is the best way to enjoy a war and get a feel for it without actually having to do much at all!

Types of non-combatants:

The term is also used to refer to spectators or members of the populace who aren't directly involved in wars or tournaments.