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Combat Archery Authorization Self-Test

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Question Results

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Question:

How are heavy bows/crossbows identified? Can you shoot fiberglass-shafted ammunition out of a heavy bow/crossbow?

Response:

a. Red markings on both limbs of the bow/crossbow: Yes.

b. Red marking on both limbs of the bow/crossbow; No.

c. Red markings on one limb of the bow/crossbow; Yes

d. c. Red markings on one limb of the bow/crossbow; No.

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Question:

What are the valid target areas for Combat Archery arrows and bolts? How hard do they need to hit?

Response:

a. All target areas; same amount of force as an effective blow from a hand-held weapon.

b. All target areas; less force than an effective blow from a hand-held weapon.

c. Same target areas as thrusting tips; same amount of force as an effective blow from a hand-held weapon.

d. Same target areas as thrusting tips; less force than an effective blow from a hand-held weapon.

 
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Question:

What kind(s) of marshal(s) can run a Combat Archery authorization:

Response:

a. Any heavy weapons marshal.

b. Any combat archery marshal.

c. A heavy weapons or combat archery marshal who is authorized in combat archery.

d. All the above.

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Question:

When can a Combat Archer pick up and use tubular ammunition from the ground?

Response:

a. Never.

b. Anytime the scenario allows gleaning.

c. Only if the scenario allows it and the archer has properly re-inspected it before using it.

d. Only if it was dropped unfired.

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Question:

When are armored combatants engaged with a combat archer?

Response:

a. At all times when they are on the field with a combat archer. 

b. Only when they are in range of the archer.

c. Only when they are facing the archer. 

d. Both b and c.

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Question:

What are the minimum hand and wrist armor requirements for Combat Archers? (and siege engineers, and fighters using thrown weapons)

Response:

a. Full gauntlets

b. Half gauntlets

c. Leather gloves

d. Street hockey gloves

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Question:

What are the maximum allowed lengths for all Combat Archery ammunition? Can an arrow be shorter than the maximum length?

Response:

a. 26 inches maximum; NO.

b. 26 inches maximum; YES.

c. 28 inches maximum; NO.

d. 28 inches maximum; YES

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Question:

Where can you find the instructions for making Middle Kingdom Combat Archery ammunition?

Response:

a. Middle Kingdom Combat Archery Rules.

b. Society Marshal’s Handbook. 

c. The 35-Foot Spear website.

d. Middle Kingdom Armored Combat Handbook.

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Question:

When can a Combat Archer pick up and use fiberglass shafted ammunition from the ground?

Response:

a. Never.

b. Any time the scenario allows gleaning.

c. Only if the scenario allows it and the archer has properly re-inspected it before using it.

d. Only if it was dropped unfired.

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Question:

If a Combat Archer has a pavise, when can he draw/cock or fire his bow/crossbow?

Response:

a. Only after the pavise has been set down.

b. Any time.

c. While he is carrying the pavise on a shoulder strap.

d. Never, because a combat archer cannot carry a pavise.

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Question:

Can CA arrows and crossbow bolts be blocked?

Response:

a. Yes, but only by shields (and pavises). 

b. Yes, but only by armored combat weapons. 

c. Yes, by both shields (and pavises) and armored combat weapons.

d. No.