Naseby Skirmish Nov 2016 – Review and Results 

After a fantastic days woodland combat at the Naseby location, here are results and awarded titles. Scoring was using the Harrington standard scoring system, with the Omaha Beach, Take and Hold, and Dispatch Runner  game types being played throughout the day.

 

GREATEST WARRIOR

Key Performance indicator: Accrued Tactical Points

Lastname Firstname Household Class Points
B. Marcus Harrington Fighting Archer 27
B. Dan Harrington Men at Arms 17
B. Mike Independent Archer 16
S. Charmaine Harrington Fighting Archer 16
F. Anthony Harrington Men at Arms 16
M. Dale Harrington Men at Arms 15
B. Steph Harrington Men at Arms 14
P. Bartosz Independent Archer 14
M. Chloe Harrington Archer 13
D. Jess Harrington Archer 12
B. Peter Harrington Fighting Archer 11
H. Tony Harrington Men at Arms 11
H. Spencer Harrington Fighting Archer 11
C. Matt Harrington Fighting Archer 10
B. Roy Harrington Men at Arms 9
F.G. Steven Independent Men at Arms 7
M. Howard Harrington Fighting Archer 7

DEADLIEST WARRIOR

Key Performance Indicator: Most Kills

Lastname Firstname Household Class Points
F. Anthony Harrington Men at Arms 8
H. Tony Harrington Men at Arms 8
B. Roy Harrington Men at Arms 7
M. Howard Harrington Fighting Archer 7
B. Mike Independent Archer 6
B. Marcus Harrington Fighting Archer 4.5
C. Matt Harrington Fighting Archer 4.5
F.G. Steven Independent Men at Arms 4.5
B. Peter Harrington Fighting Archer 3.5
M. Dale Harrington Men at Arms 3.5
B. Steph Harrington Men at Arms 3
D. Jess Harrington Archer 3
M. Chloe Harrington Archer 3
P. Bartosz Independent Archer 2.5
H. Spencer Harrington Fighting Archer 2
B. Dan Harrington Men at Arms 1
S. Charmaine Harrington Fighting Archer 1

KILLING SPREE (Most Kills in one game)

Ant F, Tony H, Roy B : 3 kills, game type = Take and Hold (5 man lance)

SURVIVALIST (longest continuous number of games survived)
Charmaine S.: 6 games.

We also managed to fit in some target archery and combat training. Thanks to all those that took part, it was a great day, and in our opinion this stuff is the most difficult and authentic 15th C combat in re-enactment. Any kind of score on any of the Key Performance Indicators is something to be proud of🙂

Congratulations also to our six Naseby Newbies, who took part for the first time!

Nodo Firmo, baby.

 

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