December 20, 2007: The Lochac Fighters' Handbook 2.2 has been published. This supplants all previous versions of the KOLCH. A list of the changes from 2.0 can be found here. The document itself can be found here
June 22, 2007: The new Kingdom of Lochac Fighters Handbook has been released. This supplants all previous revisions of the KOLCH and will be effective from Monday the 25th of June 2007. This is the fighters' handbook only, not the whole KOlCH. The revised marshals handbook is still being worked on and will be released along with the fighters handbook as a combined KOLCH as soon as it is ready. This is an entirely new handbook, not just a revision of the previous KOLCH and there are a significant number of changes from the previous version as well as an entirely new format. Please take the time to read and become familiar with it. Plumed participants (lights) have until August 1st 2008 to come into compliance with minimum legal heavy armour standards. All other standards, including other changes to the in these rules come into effect from Monday the 25th of June 2007. Please send feedback on the document and/or the rules to email@example.com. This book is not carved in stone. It is intended to be a living document and updates will be published as and when necessary. When minor updates are released the minor version number will be bumped e.g., from 2.0 to 2.1. A major revision (e.g., 2.4 up to 3.0) will be released every two years or every major revision of the society rules, whichever comes first. So that people with printed copies don't have to print the whole thing again when minor changes are made, in addition to being incorporated into the book an errata sheet will be updated containing all changes from the last major revision. - Lord William de Wyke
June 22, 2007: :
"People of Lochac the above message from my Deputy Combat Laws ends a two year evolution of the KOLCH. Make no mistake...this was not the work of this Earl Marshal...I did nothing...total credit for all the long hard hours of meticulous research, qualitative and quantitative analysis together with effective evaluation have been achieved only by the dedication of Lord William, Master Llewelyn and their hard working team who contributed to this final product. I've always said that consultation and open discussion will be the hallmark of my tenure in office and Lord William and his team have taken this to the highest levels in the true sense of the words. My personal thanks to William Lord William, Master Llewelyn and their team for such a fine product."
Sir Gregory of Loch Swan OP,KB and stuff.
Kingdom Earl Marshal
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