Eric Simoncic, left, and Andrew Walker, both members of the Midwest Dagorhir Union – a role-playing combat organization – battle Saturday with foam weapons at Riverside Park. Members of the live action role playing group try to meet every weekend to practice their combat skills.
Eric Simoncic, left, and Andrew Walker, both members of the Midwest Dagorhir Union – a role-playing combat organization – battle Saturday with foam weapons at Riverside Park. Members of the live action role playing group try to meet every weekend to practice their combat skills. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle
Eric Simoncic, left, and Andrew Walker, both members of the Midwest Dagorhir Union – a role-playing combat organization – battle Saturday with foam weapons at Riverside Park. Members of the live action role playing group try to meet every weekend to practice their combat skills. Travis Heying The Wichita Eagle

Role-playing group takes its medieval-like battles to Riverside Park

August 30, 2014 6:06 PM

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