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 After 6 passes, if neither knight is unhorsed, the fight continues on foot with regular weapons until one knight is dead, unconscious or yields. ​  The victorious knight may kill an unconscious or yielded knight, or may spare him. After 6 passes, if neither knight is unhorsed, the fight continues on foot with regular weapons until one knight is dead, unconscious or yields. ​  The victorious knight may kill an unconscious or yielded knight, or may spare him.
  
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 +Historical Note:  Yes, I know that in historical jousts "​breaking a lance" was a good thing, showed you made a hit.  But, it seemed better for simplifying the matrix to ignore the chance for a miss, instead the breaking of a lance in Thranconia represents the defender blocking the lance with his shield.
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