Heavy Shakespeare Quotes

Whilst the new Covid-19 Lockdown preventy heavy Fighting, we take a look in our heavy fighters archive. We detected a lot of reenacted quotes, taken from Shakespeare´s greatest plays. So enjoy our “Heavy Shakespeare Reenactment Gallery” (to be continued).

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“We would not seek a battle as we are. Nor, as we are, we say we will not shun it.” (Henry V.)
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“Let us be Diana´s foresters, gentlemen of the shade, minions of the moon.” (Henry IV.)
“The things that threaten’d me ne’er look’d but on my back.” (Jules Caesar)
“Our bodies are our gardens, to the which our wills are gardeners.” (Othello)
“If you prick us, do we not bleed?” (The Merchant of Venice)
“If I be waspish, beware My sting.” (The Taming of th Shrew)
“Nature teaches beasts to know their friends.” (Coriolanus)
“If two men are riding on one horse, one must naturally ride behind.” (Much ado about nothing)
“Till Birnam Wood remove to Dunsinane I cannot taint with fear.” (Macbeth)

Heavy Fighters practise 28/10/2020

There is still some light at our training site, so we might not stay in the dark at our weekly heavy fighters practise this Wednesday. So joins us in the fresh at the Vienna Prater and do some swordplaying exercise, as long as it is still possible.

PS: In the meantime: please wear a mask.

Heavy Fighters Practise 16/9/2020

The use of large shields, accurate footwork and use of range concepts will be part of our next heavy fighters practise (Wednesday, as usuaal). Altough some restrections according to Covid-19 arouse, our outdoor Training will not be affected (in the moment). Please note, that we have to use masks when inside the HTC building, including the wardrobe. Stay safe and see you all under Vienna´s the blue sky!