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We will do medieval battles using foam-covered weapons next Sunday in Englischer Garten south-west of the lake (see http://goo.gl/maps/5ael9). All are welcome, beginners and on-lookers too. Instruction in both English and German is available.

Bring water and loose-fitting clothes that can stand getting sweaty and dirty. Boots with ankle support, knee protection or leather gloves are recommended. We will postpone in case of heavy rain or very slippery ground.

Belegarth is full-speed, full-contact, free-form medieval combat using heavily padded swords, shields, flails, etc. The rules are simple, the weapons are safe, and the experience is the closest you'll get to being on in an actual battlefield of the Dark Ages. Anyone can join, no experience nor armor needed. We have a large number of medieval weapons available, from swords over axes and flails to bow and arrow. Any number of people can join, the more the merrier.

More details at http://www.monachium.org.
Medieval battles with padded weapons
Sun, April 27, 5:00 AM
Englischer Garten 6, Munich, Germany

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Not in Germany :(
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Not a cookie Jar Jar?
Wookie jar?
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I like bread. I like dogs. But I don't think they should breed.
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Spring be coming early this year. Trees flowering, ok, but strawberry plants? In March? Unheard of.
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Hell, even villages in Denmark have solar panels scattered across their roofs. The US could get so much power for cheap.

The main problem is how to store it for when the sun doesn't shine. That's where some interesting research is needed.
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+Lars Balker last time I checked storing hydrogen was leaky and the leaking hydrogen was worse to the ozone layer than fckw? Thus please find a different way that is better for the atmosphere...
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+Mickey Blake we need a stairway to store our stuff in.
 
Space Saving Idea.

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Intriguing idea!
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Vi Hart takes on 12-tone systems, Stravinsky, science, language and more. Enjoy.

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I'm glad that I've learnt about Vi Hart! She is amazing, IMO.
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My favorite sport, fast, fun, and free-style medieval combat. A new season of battle gaming has started, and this year we want to grow our Munich Belegarth group as much as possible.
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We will do medieval battles using foam-covered weapons next Sunday in Englischer Garten south-west of the lake (see http://goo.gl/maps/5ael9). All are welcome, beginners and on-lookers too. Instruction in both English and German is available.

Bring water and loose-fitting clothes that can stand getting sweaty and dirty. Boots with ankle support, knee protection or leather gloves are recommended. We will postpone in case of heavy rain or very slippery ground.

Belegarth is full-speed, full-contact, free-form medieval combat using heavily padded swords, shields, flails, etc. The rules are simple, the weapons are safe, and the experience is the closest you'll get to being on in an actual battlefield of the Dark Ages. Anyone can join, no experience nor armor needed. We have a large number of medieval weapons available, from swords over axes and flails to bow and arrow. Any number of people can join, the more the merrier.

More details at http://www.monachium.org.
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Sun, April 13, 5:00 AM
Englischer Garten 6, Munich, Germany

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I love Germany!
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+Mickey Blake remind me next time i vacuum of this Actual Advice Mallard: cinnamon smells a lot better than burnt dust http://9gag.com/gag/a75pogw?ref=android.s.gp
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