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Re: (TFT) Yew trees and long bows.
Excellent point... also I understand that the really good stuff was grown
in the Chalk hills region. Let's see...
- *Date*: Thu, 4 Feb 2010 21:43:58 -0800
however... not quite my quarry... just a measure of my slowness... ahhhh
http://tft.brainiac.com/archive/1001/msg00029.html about a month earlier...
some early awareness of uncertainty and the "big red P" or "PC Glow" I've
heard recently... uhhhh "Remember, we're talking about a group of friends
trying to be fair about killing each other intellectualy.
It's not about being very accurate so much as quantifing what a
Player/GM means in an objective manner."
Ya ya ya Jay... hummmmm
http://tft.brainiac.com/archive/1101/msg00009.html checkers, chess and
go... idk bout that... hummm.... not finding it simply and making
horrible error of reading self w/o real purpose... very bad idea, Jays
maudlin enough w/o backing himself up.... I'll see what I can dig for
"Crafting a longbow is a Job on the Job Tables... as is Fletcher. It
took a few years to reliably find a goose within 3 days of London just
after Henery went to Cercy... and that was a grand total of 30
better Jay but where did you dig that datum dude?
On Sat, Aug 31, 2013 at 11:44 AM, Rick Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> The heart wood of the yew tree was much harder
> than the outside. So even tho the English Long
> bow was a simple bow, it acted like a composite
> Warm regards, Rick.
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