The two lead teams show up at Clube Portugues de Tiro a Chumbo, whose fancy-script sign doesn't tell us all that much about it. Basically it looks like a country club that's actually out in the country and doesn't have much club. Jason & Amy are the first to reach the box, and the Roadblock clue inside asks, "Who has a hand for slings and arrows?" This is a bit of a switch, because the race is usually all about serving up the other half of that line.
Now here's Phil, strolling through what looks like it would normally be a field, but today it appears to be besieged by a small army of Middle Ages types who are cranking up old-fashioned weapons. He says this Roadblock will give racers the chance to "fire some heavy metal, Medieval-style. This remark is accompanied by a shot of a large arrow (which, to be That Guy, has a wooden shaft) whistling through the air and striking a shield hanging from a wall. So presumably that's what they'll have to do. Phil says they'll need to first put on armor (actually just a helmet and a chain mail tunic over some padding), then use one of these weapons, called ballistas, to launch a bolt at the ten shields hanging on the wall fifty yards downrange. When they hit one, a knight will carry it over to them because it'll have their next clue on the back of it. No explanation is provided on what happens if you shoot a hole in the clue and render it unreadable, but it looks like it's printed on a sticker so maybe the knight slaps it on before delivering it to the racers. Would you like me to overthink anything else for you right now, or are you good for now?
Jason and Travis take this for their teams and get into their mirror-finish helmets and armor before walking over to the ballistas. These have to be cranked up with a Gilligan's Island-style wheel before one of the large bolts can be knocked, so they get going on that. "I'm in medieval times, King Arthur style," Jason tells us. Travis's first shot goes entirely out of sight, and the fake royalty and court who are on hand as spectators give a disappointed groan. Jason's first bolt flies right into a shield, and after celebrating briefly he admits to Travis that he might have gotten lucky. Jason & Amy get their freshly perforated shield, whose sticker tells them to go Castelo dos Mouros. "This ninth-century castle towering over the city," says Phil, saving me from having to describe it, "is now the Pit Stop for this leg of the race." And you know what? The last team to check in may be eliminated.