Tournoi du Faucon Noir

Practicing longsword

When

June 17th, 2017, 0900-1800

Where

Glen Eyrie Castle Sports Green

What

The Tournoi du Faucon Noir is the Black Falcon School of Arms' annual Deed of Arms: a full day of fighting, feasting, and revelry in late medieval style! In the shadow of beautiful Glen Eyrie Castle, it is the crowning event of the year's training for those in the school who practice armored combat, and a chance to show off to each other, guest schools, and the public at large what it is that we do. Combat with spear, pollaxe, dagger, and longsword determine the winner of the day.

Who

Hosted by southern Colorado's premier HEMA school, this event is open to the public for viewing. Participants of all HEMA schools or historical re-creation societies are welcome to participate, provided that they bring their own armor and weapons that pass inspection (rules below). Colorado's front range's Deed of Arms is the place to be in the waning days of spring for all students of HEMA or medieval chivalric culture!

Rules

The Tournoi du Faucon Noir follows the Palmer Accords, which are intended to encourage chivalric fighting consistent with a formal Deed of Arms of the late 14th and early 15th century. The full rules can be found here.

How Much

TBA