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Knights in shining armour strive with sword and shield

!People involved in armoured combat compete in tournaments, fight in tactical melees involving a couple dozen warriors; or even in large scale wars with hundreds to thousands of fighters. Different from war re-enactments, the fights are not choreographed and the end result is based on the combatants’ skill. Because this is not choreographed and full speed, the combatants themselves determine if the attacks received during battle were acceptable based on three main aspects; force, angle, location. This is where the chivalry and honour of the society’s warriors comes out. If one decides that an attack he or she threw was not up to par with their standards, they will ‘call it back’ and that attack will not count.  All combat in the society is based on a system of chivalry and honour. - Shire of Ramsgaard
  • Barriere, B.C. posted Oct 18, 2016 at 9:00 PM

The world of chivalry, art and camaraderie continues in The Shire of Ramsgaard and Barriere

Back in time at the North Thompson Fall Fair

  •  posted Aug 23, 2016 at 9:00 PM

67 years of Fall Fairs in Barriere are being celebrated this Labour Day weekend

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