Wednesday, 2 January 2013

Carnival 992 - Sir Tenley versus Sir Robin, Tilt 3

Welcome back, Joust Fans. We hope you had a good lunch in the intermission. We in the commentary box did. The pickled voles' ears were rather tasty, and Mrs Plumpy had baked us a splendid blackbird pie. So, without further ado, we bring you the final tilt between Sir Tenley and Sir Robin. Sir Robin leads 2-1 at the moment. Both knights are looking a little ragged around the edges now, but they are clinging to their saddles just the same.
Kick Phase
Sir Robin kicks his horse into a gallop, but Sir Tenley's horse balks and rears. The crowd love it and the horse charges off down the lists at a gallop, spurred on by their cheering.
Charge Phase
Sir Tenley attempts some tricky manoeuvring in the saddle, but it is Sir Robin who gains a slight advantage and a good angle of attack.
Clash Phase
Both knights line up their lances and both strike their opponent. Sir Tenley strikes Sir Robin on the shield and breaks his lance. The score is now tied at 2-2. Sir Robin strikes Sir Tenley on the chest. He breaks his lance. Sir Robin scores the winning point and passes through to the next round.

Final Score
Sir Tenley = 2
Sir Robin = 3

Sir Robin gains 15 Fame and 1500 Florins.


  1. Whew, that was tense. Fingers crossed for Sir Robin in the next round.

  2. Whew, that was tense. Fingers crossed for Sir Robin in the next round.

  3. Congratulations to Sir Robin, well done!

    Sir Tenley! The Emperor of Mirish sends his regards. He plans a splendid dinner in honor of your performance. Our General Spahblod Shahin the Rash will be in attendance, you two should hit it off quite well. And bring that Guido fellow as well...

  4. Oh dear, I think Sir Tenley is Doomed. :-)


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