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Priest’s Special Langort and Schutzen vs 4th Ward

A short video filmed this past Saturday finally showing my interpretation of the Schutzen done from Priest’s Special Langort against 4th Ward, and the ensuing binding actions. More work will hopefully be done with this. Thanks to Sam Nankivell for … Continue reading

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The Final Series of Plays of I.33

A summary and discussion of the final series of plays in I.33 involving Priest’s Special Langort Continue reading

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Some thoughts on the Schutzen

Some thoughts on the various Schutzen: Remember, in I.33 we are shown one fencer attacking from a Ward, the other entering with a Schutzen. The one in the Ward is then typically shown doing the correct thing which is to … Continue reading

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An Example of how the 7 Wards of I.33 are Different from the Guards in other Systems

Just a brief example I came across showing the subtle difference in the Guards of Meyer’s system and the Wards of I.33 Continue reading

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The Durchtreten

Just a brief post after this past Saturday working with the Durchtritt from I.33 The Durchtritt is a technique we see in the play of 1st Ward being besieged by Halfshield, and in the play of Schutzen against 2nd Ward. … Continue reading

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Common Fencing System

The topic of Common Fencing is one of those recurring topics in HEMA. People have been trying to figure out exactly what the common fencing of the medieval and renaissance period looked like. This is probably due to the fact … Continue reading

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MS I.33 and the Numerology of the Wanton Monk

The Numerology that can be found in I.33 Continue reading

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