Geese buried to their necks in the ground - hit a goose and your family feasts tonight! Hit three, and the whole hall eats! These are geese, but they'd better learn to duck!
The targets are six sets of three goose heads, set as defined below. One shooting stake will be used for all archers,
Archers engage one at a time, from a single shooting point. The target sets are marked with colors,white for closest thru gold for the two farthest.
Dragon archers and up may only engage gold targets, master bowmen red or gold, bowmen blue, red, or gold, and so forth. Scoring is not adjusted for range, and this is a fun-only shoot whose winner will be the archer of any rank with the highest score. Goose heads are engaged right to left, one arrow per head per end.
Ties will be shot off as faceoffs, two archers loosing alternately with the first hit making the victor. The first archer to shoot will be the one with the lower RR, or the newer archer if either does not have a RR average.