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'''Stickjock''' is a slang term for an [[SCA]] [[heavy fighter]].
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'''Stickjock''' is a slang term for an [[SCA]] [[heavy fighter]]. This is one of the stereotypes of a freverent armored combat fighter.
   
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The stereotype is characterized by a fighter who shows off bruises or cuts attained during a fight, constant bragging of wins or other actions which show the fighter in a possible negative light.
Stickjocks are the people who live and breathe [[fighting]].
 
   
The stickjock is the type of person who revels in a good [[bruise]] and showing them all off to his workmates on Monday, or displaying the waffle print sunburn from wearing [[chainmail]] all weekend.
 
 
They are the type of person who sits at work all day plotting [[war scenario]]s or [[tactics]], can always be found with [[duct tape]] in their posession, and has many claims to fame with ruining ovens and deep fryers after attempts to [[Cuir Bouilli|wax harden]] [[leather]] leg [[armour]] and [[vambrace]]s.
 
   
 
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Latest revision as of 14:17, 13 September 2010

Stickjock is a slang term for an SCA heavy fighter. This is one of the stereotypes of a freverent armored combat fighter.

The stereotype is characterized by a fighter who shows off bruises or cuts attained during a fight, constant bragging of wins or other actions which show the fighter in a possible negative light.