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jonasbn (1153)

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Wednesday January 23, 2008
03:47 AM


[ #35464 ]

Apparently I am evil, everyday when I come home from work my son shouts


and then he beats me with a sword and run of before I can do anything about it.

The worst attacks is when he is bit slow, so I have the time to bend down to untie my shoes, this mean that my back and head are totally open, when the engagement takes place.

I am considering bringing a shield with me to work.

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  • so often ;-)

    At least he does'nt ask mummy "Who is that strange man?"
    • Lets clarify, I do NOT hit my kid, he hits me.

      I only hit him when I am handed sword and shield and is challenged to a tournament, then the odds are more even since we are both armed, even though he often is on horseback.
  • I assume this is nerf/boffer "sword" not sharp steel. :-) I would have preferred this approach to the Hobbes-like flying tackle I endured for a few years. Sounds like a young squire who would have fit my daughter's sci-fi con ratpack a decade back. Are you raising him in the SCA or SF-fandom ?
    # I had a sig when sigs were cool
    use Sig;
    • If you do not mind me asking - what is SCA?
      • SCA = Society_for_Creative_Anachronism [] , not a reenactment group so much as sci fi fandom with the dates rolling backwards. Muchly found in college towns and tech centres, but elsewhere also.
        # I had a sig when sigs were cool
        use Sig;
        • Ah thanks,

          Well knights are in and my oldest son was dressed up as a knight for fastelavn (local festival), my youngest son as a bumble bee. We do however also play with Lego Exo-Force [], which is more sci-fi, so I guess we go for everything fun and enjoyable.