Sunday, December 26, 2010

The Joust in Song of Arthur and Merlin

Sir Kenneth spurs his mount to the far end of the clearing. The Black Knight of the Forest Adventurous does likewise. The format for such encounters is three long move sticks apart. At this distance both knights closed their helms and tilted forward in the saddle and urged their mounts on.

The rest of the party watches from mid-field, the anticipated point of contact.

The horses clambor forward at the gallop.

Contact is made and Sir Kenneth finds purchase for his lance tip!!

The Black Knight is unhorsed in honorable combat.

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