Rapier combat in the Society attempts to recreate styles of sword fighting from the later part of the Middle Ages, often based on manuals and theories of combat that have survived to this day. Rapier combat uses a foundation of style and finesse that has since evolved into the modern sport of fencing.
Whether you are a master at hurling weapons or have never even picked one up, all are welcome to come out and try as well as learn! If you have your own weapons you would like to throw, please feel free to bring them out! If you don't own any weapons, then we will have loaners available for use!
A siege engine is a medieval machine made to hurl heavy objects at distance in order to knock down defensive walls and inflict injury on the enemy. In the SCA we have even adapted these machines to be used during some of our fighting scenarios! Please come check out these marvels of medieval ingenuity!