(bottom) versus Lot Ramirez, Rapier Open 2008
Argent, a unicorn rampant sable within a bordure quarterly sable and vert.
Don Ian DuncansonRRE is a White Scarf of Caid and a 5 times Queen Champion in Rapier.
Offices & Positions
- Rapier Fighting a Left-hander, Collegium Caidis Fall 2004
- Lefty Rapier Tricks, Collegium Caidis Spring 2005
- Techniques for the Left Handed Fencer, Collegium Caidis Spring 2006
Projects & Publications
Questionnaire Q. Are you more comfortable with beginners, advanced...etc?
A. Beginners. Advanced fighters know I'm full of <unfermented fertilizer>.
Q. Are you willing to take students, are you a tourney teacher or a melee teacher?
A. I would be a tourney teacher if I had to choose.
Q. Do you prefer foot work over speed?
A. Speed speed speed with a dash of footwork. Get it .. dash... lol.
Q. Are you aggressive in teaching, do you like to watch and critique or fight and critique?
A. Fight and critique. Although I have been getting better at watching I think.
Q. Are you uncomfortable teaching females, lefties, tall people, short people, large people, slow people...what do you prefer and who can you offer the most too?
A. I feel most comfortable teaching lefties with some height and reach.
Q. Do you travel to other practices?
A. Other practices as in 'a' practice? Sometimes/rarely
Q. Are you approachable, will you make them cry?
A. I bathe! How dare you.
Q. Are you willing to commit so much time, how far are you willing to travel, how active are you....
A. If I do go to a practice I travel a fair distance. I am not what one would call 'active' in so much as that would entail actually fencing.