Incubating Natural Law and Philosophy Specifics

Arch Law: Duels
Challenging a combatant by naming a place and day to meet. This practice permits combatants to arm, ready themselves or an area, and to travel to a confrontation. These persons might have a last meal or celebration dinner and party the result of some advantage, or comparative dis-advanatege, including skill and training.

One v One

A one on group duel can be called between two men. If both men agree to meet for a duel, police can not arrest either person. If one person denies the duel, and makes chase and kills, police can question the other person.


Group v Group

A group on group duel can be called between two groups of men. If both groups agree to meet for a duel, police can not arrest among either party meeting. If one party denies the duel, and makes chase and kills, police can question the other party.



Town v Town

A group on group duel can be called between two groups of men. If both groups agree to meet for a duel, police can not arrest among either party meeting. If one party denies the duel, and makes chase and kills, police can question the other party.



Intricacies of Duel; Qualifying a Fight

Any man can challenge a duel.
Any man can accept a duel.
Any group of men can challenge a duel.
Any group of men can accept a duel.
A third party can not arrest person of an agreed duel.
A third party can not prevent an agreed duel.
A third party suggesting they are the weaponized defense of a person challenged to a duel must step in or provide weapon.
A town who recognizes an attack, of one type or an other, is entitled to raise champions willing to stand fight for defense.

Example: Town A and Town B dispute. Town A discovers town B dug under the castle walls, flew over the castle walls, and attempted to kill occupants inside their homes using trusts of the town. Town can A counts the targeted after disarming the assault, and challenges with a duel, town B, after raising champions.

Group A and Group B have a dispute. Group A offers challenge Group B to a dispute and decided to have no spectators know the dispute. Group A and B chooses not to use the coliseum.

Group A and Group B have a dispute. Group A offers challenge to Group B to a dispute and decided to have spectators know the dispute. Group A and B choose to use the colleseum.


A foreign company assaults the town, and a group in the town asks the foreign company to raise champions and send an equal number of men to fight. Can police or military intervene? Not because of a duel. If those men chase the challenged outside an arranged confrontation? Yes.

At court house one v one, or duel one v one. Different skills sets are required for victory. In both situations, killing outside unaccepted or agreed confrontation can be questioned by an officer of the law. Written agreement is required.