If these "disembodied" games exist until now, many must be brave enough to register to play.
Medieval Times recently compiled a list of the weirdest games that ever existed during the Middle Ages, but the participants would not be "wounded" . However, a strange thing is that these games are "disembodied " very popular at the time.
At first glance about the 'archery' game, you will probably think it is a normal sport, present in most sports events, but in the past, this was a very bad game. paralysis.
In the Middle Ages, in order to increase the drama and attract viewers , the shot of the archers was not simply a wooden stele with concentric circles or an electronic tablet that automatically counted as present. can be a beer . people.
Accordingly, the person chosen to make beer will place on top of a fruit such as apple, orange . and blindfolded. Of course, these reluctant "target shots" can only pray and entrust their lives to the player's hands.
Handball or Gameball is considered an ancestor of the current ' king sport' - football. The main goal of the game is to get the ball through the opponent's goal.
In football, we have also witnessed a lot of violence, including nudging, poking, stabbing and even biting your team player. These cases will, of course, be sanctioned according to the law and if severe, the offending players may be suspended.
However with Gameball, the player has the right to arbitrarily punch, kick, pedal, or even damage the opponent. If Gameball existed to this day, there wouldn't be a lot of people brave enough to register for this game.
Shinty is a traditional game originating from the Scottish highlands. The game takes place with two teams, each with 12 players, using a bar (called Scottish "caman") to hit a ball into the opponent's net.
This game is quite similar to hockey except that Shinty participants will play on the pitch and 12 members of each team are ready to plunder the ball without complying with any game rules.
For Eastern or Western people, hunting is a long-lasting pleasure of the upper class, especially noble kings.
However, this game is not only about hunting animals, but also extending the scope to the whole person . Accordingly, a normal person if caught in hunting grounds, he or she can be punished with a crime of harassing the game and of course will be punished.
The punishment is given to punish "crazy" really - the victim may be hanging upside down the tree, castration or bait for the animals.
The description of this game is very similar to the ' cup board' game that many kids now or not . However, the rules are somewhat " weird" .
This is a group game, the chosen one will be in the middle of the circle, placing his head in the lap of a player. Any person will hit the butt of the person in the middle, this person will look up and try to figure out who has " tapped " if he does not want to " suffer ".
In contrast to the pleasures of " riding and watching flowers ", the Middle Ages enjoyed a fierce game called " fencing" .
This is a game that requires players not only to possess good riding techniques but also to be proficient in swordsmanship . He was well equipped before going into battle with bulky shirts and helmets, but he had to control horses and use weapons to attack, knocking down the enemy to be honored on the winner's podium.