Welcome to the new Liechtenauer-related sub-forum!

Liechtenauer lineage and related sources (eg. Sigmund Ringeck, Peter von Danzig, Paulus Kal, Hans Talhoffer), interpretation and practice. Open to public view.

Welcome to the new Liechtenauer-related sub-forum!

Postby admin » 15 Oct 2007 13:10

Post away!
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Postby bigdummy » 15 Oct 2007 15:20

is this a new forum? So many threads already...? Thanks for adding this Matt whenever you did add it.
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Postby Stevie T » 15 Oct 2007 15:24

bigdummy wrote:is this a new forum? So many threads already...? Thanks for adding this Matt whenever you did add it.


Put it in today I think.

He's just following government politics and put this in to cater for all the immigrants that are beginning to turn up!

Never thought I'd see Matt go all PC on immigrant issues mind! :wink:
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Postby Paul B » 15 Oct 2007 15:25

Stevie T wrote:
bigdummy wrote:is this a new forum? So many threads already...? Thanks for adding this Matt whenever you did add it.


Put it in today I think.

He's just following government politics and put this in to cater for all the immigrants that are beginning to turn up!

Never thought I'd see Matt go all PC on immigrant issues mind! :wink:


No Steve, this is a ghetto. A "concentration forum" if you will
.... or I could be completely wrong.

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Postby Herbert » 15 Oct 2007 15:37

Finally you have realised the importance of Liechtenauer. In a few months you will aknowledge the superiority of the german system over the italian one!

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Postby admin » 15 Oct 2007 16:27

Nah, like Paul said, this is a ghetto to keep the undesirables in. ;)
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Postby Fab » 15 Oct 2007 18:32

Liechtenauer who ?
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Postby admin » 17 Oct 2007 23:12

I should have added that we are not a Liechtenauer-centric group, not by any stretch of the imagination, but as a contemporary of Fiore we are of course interested in Liechtenauer and the masters who were influenced by him (who may or may not have included Fiore himself).
However, not being a Liechtenauer group, we rely on you guys to submit content to this part of the forum - so please do post any information or questions that you think will be useful. Also feel free to post links to interesting and informative threads on other forums (in English or German).
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