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Here's a couple of links to two videos of the saturday and Sunday afternoon battles at Blore. Shot by the Woodvuille Camera Wife (an Anj-i) so there's probably more of us than anyone else.
Saturday Battle:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PlvQiFG2BPU
Sunday Battle:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Mut6IUrwkA
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excellent I love the Conyers charge into the Oxfords on Saturday lol shame you missed me disposing of Marcus :P
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craig1459 wrote:excellent I love the Conyers charge into the Oxfords on Saturday lol shame you missed me disposing of Marcus :P
Never mind. Next time we'll hold him down for you
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Excellent Vids! Bit choppy but good none the less, you even caught Cleggy and I having a bit of a bash at each other, which now I've seen it, makes me feel a bit of a bully.... :lol:
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Well, I'm in those loads.

Mostly Standing Around admittedly, but some good bits of fighting and one excellent looking charge.

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Fox wrote:Well, I'm in those loads.

Mostly Standing Around admittedly, but some good bits of fighting and one excellent looking charge.
Haven't seen them yet, but as you and I were virtually glued together I expect I pop up somewhere.

Will endeavour to have a butcher's hook tonight.
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Jim wrote:
Fox wrote:Well, I'm in those loads.

Mostly Standing Around admittedly, but some good bits of fighting and one excellent looking charge.
Haven't seen them yet, but as you and I were virtually glued together I expect I pop up somewhere.

Will endeavour to have a butcher's hook tonight.
Yes, you too are also Standing Around quite a bit.
I also spend some of my time watching you fight.

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Managed to watch them on my mobile phone just now.

Yeah plenty of standing around but hey at least we looked fantastic while we were doing it eh! :wink: :lol: 8)

I think my pollaxe is fast becoming a new favourite toy.
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Jim wrote:Managed to watch them on my mobile phone just now.

Yeah plenty of standing around but hey at least we looked fantastic while we were doing it eh! :wink: :lol: 8)

I think my pollaxe is fast becoming a new favourite toy.
Yes it was quite a comforting thought for all us piling in in rags and rust to know that even if we got bashed, trounced, poked, bullied and prodded that we always had a couple of chatting tinnies looking after our rear - and me with my injured finger as well!
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Heeney wrote:
Jim wrote:Managed to watch them on my mobile phone just now.

Yeah plenty of standing around but hey at least we looked fantastic while we were doing it eh! :wink: :lol: 8)

I think my pollaxe is fast becoming a new favourite toy.
Yes it was quite a comforting thought for all us piling in in rags and rust to know that even if we got bashed, trounced, poked, bullied and prodded that we always had a couple of chatting tinnies looking after our rear - and me with my injured finger as well!
Well it's nice to know you considered your rear well looked after. :wink:
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Heeney wrote:Yes it was quite a comforting thought for all us piling in in rags and rust to know that even if we got bashed, trounced, poked, bullied and prodded that we always had a couple of chatting tinnies looking after our rear - and me with my injured finger as well!
There's one point in that video where you can see me single handed holding off Rochesters from your flank, while they run a book on whether I'm actually awake or asleep in there.

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Fox wrote:There's one point in that video where you can see me single handed holding off Rochesters from your flank, while they run a book on whether I'm actually awake or asleep in there.
...or indeed whether you're actually in the harness at all, as opposed to supping a pint in the beer tent while the bag of angry ferrets you dropped into the armour does its thing on the field.
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Jim wrote:the bag of angry ferrets...does its thing on the field.
Oooh. Angry ferret sex.
[you just know there's a website for that somewhere]

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Fox wrote:
Jim wrote:the bag of angry ferrets...does its thing on the field.
Oooh. Angry ferret sex.
[you just know there's a website for that somewhere]
I have visions of said histrionic mammalian copulations resulting in some quite comedic happenings as they each try to get up the other's trouserleg.
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Jim wrote:I have visions of said histrionic mammalian copulations resulting in some quite comedic happenings as they each try to get up the other's trouserleg.
FILTHY!

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Fox wrote:
Jim wrote:I have visions of said histrionic mammalian copulations resulting in some quite comedic happenings as they each try to get up the other's trouserleg.
FILTHY!
Suddenly I feel the need for a shower.
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Jim wrote:
Fox wrote:
Jim wrote:I have visions of said histrionic mammalian copulations resulting in some quite comedic happenings as they each try to get up the other's trouserleg.
FILTHY!
Suddenly I feel the need for a shower.
I hope you don't mean a cold one :shock:
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No-one does standing around doing nothing as good as Fox and Jim here, i mean that poleaxe is better served as a walking stick Jim.
And as for you Heeny, you cannot be holding yourself up let alone holding me down. Lions led by donkeys, well an ass anyway.
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I still do the best "go that way" sword pointing and repeated death scenes
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Marcus Woodhouse wrote:No-one does standing around doing nothing as good as Fox and Jim here, i mean that poleaxe is better served as a walking stick Jim.
And as for you Heeny, you cannot be holding yourself up let alone holding me down. Lions led by donkeys, well an ass anyway.
Of course the interesting thing is, when we changed sides on the Sunday, my beloved Camera Wife turned to a pubelic next to her and said
"He's not meant to be at the top of the hill, I do hope he's not getting all confused"
Great...you drag them out of the gutter, give them a kirtle and some clogs, and this is how they repay you.
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you can see me sporadically fighting and standing around and i look soo good in hi def

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Great vids - am sorry I missed it :(

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