Weak sauce rules. Come tango with me sometime. I'll show your friends
On Jun 10, 1:43 am, Daniel Davis <danieldav...@gmail.com
> thank you... yeah our group says that hands, feet, groin and head do not
> count... they don't allow grappling except for if you have a glove-weapon.
> but thank you for showing me how to do this...
> On Thu, Jun 10, 2010 at 12:55 AM, Hookswords
> > I'll see if I can make the time to build another one and document the
> > process (pictures and text) for you by the end of next week. The
> > process involves assembling varying diameters of pvc in tiers. The
> > center was 2' of 1" diameter pvc. Then I inserted 1 1/2' lengths of
> > 3/4" cpvc 6" into each end of the center piece. After that, I went
> > down to 1 1/2' lengths of 1/2" cpvc 6" into the ends of the 3/4" cpvc.
> > Still following? It should be much easier to follow with pictures.
> > As fun as people think staffs could be, the problem we ran into was
> > with wounding, and what counted as a hit with a staff. Since with our
> > group it is acceptable to grapple a non "sharp" area of a weapon, when
> > grappling a staff, what counted as a grapple and what counted as a hit
> > to the hand? Did non-impacting hits count? It doesn't cut like a
> > sword, so it would have to actually 'hit' you right? A lot of people
> > also whined that they didn't think a staff shot to the torso would
> > actually kill someone, so why should it count in swordtag. So in our
> > group we banned them for regular play, and restricted staffs to duels
> > and 100 battles challenges. Its up to you and your group if you want
> > to include them for regular games, your rules might work better for
> > staffs than ours (for instance if there is no grappling).
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