Re: Consequence when breaking the caste taboo's in rokari society
In message <666D00D4-8800-42FC-AED1-87F0FD048CF8_at_qdpRjfvD9UVo-83E0xkTgugL3_2jDBRArHTYaNFtIPCOPZICPWyXts9nk-ve6ftmX_-XVkEwV-snfZUCJ4QjH1IbeVRbZ8kClms2m-5uef1J7Vyr.yahoo.invalid> Gregory Privat writes:
>Le 8 janv. 08 =E0 13:58, donald_at_mByppg4nxUHhZ4mRdC0lPOABeBiG3Ir79o7A6yW0l91tqzVQj74PGHWGbAbHw7whUYq1_C6RnoE8J8Lp6iOYyeQQLA.yahoo.invalid a =E9crit :
>> I know
>> scythes waving in the air is a common image of peasant revolts but I
>> can't imagine it being effective used as a weapon in that manner. A
>> simple club would be better.
>change the haft and put your scythe blade on it in a slightly=20=20
>different way and you get a "Fauchard". If that s too boring, just=20=20
>remember, before your revolt, to remove the scythe blade and to put it=20=20
>back in the other way (cut side to outside, not in your direction as=20=20
>in the normal way)... I wonder if anyone will understand what I mean...
I understand you. Certainly a scythe blade is the basis for a nasty
weapon but it requires knowledge to make it an effective one.
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