floret-153763_150Period rapier combat is often described by those who first see it as “Three Musketeers” style of fencing, or “fencing in the round”, but it is really the study of a style of rapier combat that predates the Musketeers by several hundred years.  With a dual focus on accurate historical style and modern safety, the study of period rapier combat is a wonderful way to begin to understand the life of the renaissance mind.

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Fencing Practices on Hiatus

Posted on Dec 6th, 2020 - By fencing - 0 Comments

Saturday Fencing Practices have been put on hold until mid-January 2021, at which point we will reevaluate our state's COVID situation and decide on…

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Malagentian Fencing Practice Resumed

Posted on Oct 23rd, 2020 - By fencing - 0 Comments

Following a significant amount of work, research and coordination, Malagentia has resumed fencing practices, which will remain outdoors for the…

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Tuesday Night Practices cancelled until further notice – USM Gym closed to public

Posted on Mar 12th, 2020 - By Seneschal - 0 Comments

March 12, 2020 To whom it may concern, In response to the rapidly growing impact of COVID-19 on the global population, including yesterday’s…

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Nominate someone for a Provincial Honor!

Posted on Nov 6th, 2019 - By Seneschal - 0 Comments

Did you know that the Province of Malagentia has its own way to recognize worthy members? Our Provincial Honors allow us to say "Thank you!" to those…

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