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Duties and Limitations of Combat Archery Marshals

  • A CA Marshal is able to inspect all Combat Archery equipment (bows/crossbows) and ammunition.  
  • A CA Marshal does NOT have to be an authorized Combat Archer.  (Note: A CA marshal does not have to be any kind of authorized fighter or warranted marshal in any other discipline.) 
  • Armored Combat Marshals can NOT inspect Combat Archery equipment (bows/crossbows) and ammunition unless they are also warranted as a CA Marshal. 
  • Combat Archery Marshals can NOT inspect armor unless they are also warranted as an Armored Combat Marshal. 
  • If a CA Marshal is an authorized Combat Archer, they may be one of the authorizing marshals in a CA authorization. 
  • If an Armored Combat Marshal is an authorized Combat Archer, they may be one of the authorizing marshals in a CA authorization. 
  • NOTE- A Combat Archery Marshal who is not also an Armored Combat Marshal should not be on an active melee field unless they are part of a Combat Archery authorization. 
  • NOTE- Determining the Buffer Zone is the responsibility of the Armored Combat MIC.  A CA Marshal with appropriate experience may offer suggestions and comments to assist the MIC in determining buffer zones.