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|#8 - Mistake on the sabaton phrase It wouldn't take much not would …||02/15/2015 on Medieval knights facts and...||0|
|#7 - Additional targets in Armored longsword dueling: Elbows, feet … [+] (1 new reply)||02/15/2015 on Medieval knights facts and...||+2|
|#6 - Loved the comp, great research but I want to add a little to t… [+] (3 new replies)||02/15/2015 on Medieval knights facts and...||+2|
#26 - anon (02/15/2015) [-]
on grabbing the blade, as long as you dont slip on the blade you wont cut yourself, the gauntlets were not metal on the inside they were leather in almost all cases
just keep a good grip on the blade, you can test this at home if you have a wide bladed kitchen knife...
#7 - curtdogg (02/15/2015) [-]
Additional targets in Armored longsword dueling: Elbows, feet (Despite the use of sabatons the metal there was paper thin so it would take much for a pomel strike or thrust to cripple your opponent) , eye slot (In Visor), Palm of the hand, and back of the gauntlet cuff!
|#154 - Oh, that just a folding table I use to store things on (My wor…||02/14/2015 on what's your hobby/ odd...||0|
|#17 - Gold leafed Quatrafoil [+] (1 new reply)||02/11/2015 on what's your hobby/ odd...||+2|
|#15 - I do artisan wood working. Primarily replicating late 19th Ce… [+] (4 new replies)||02/11/2015 on what's your hobby/ odd...||+3|
#134 - anon (02/12/2015) [-]
dude that workbench...... 0/10 would not work wood with
|#7 - Another reason why early settlers to America brought such vast… [+] (1 new reply)||02/07/2015 on History of Alcohol||+2|
|#143 - But these guys were products of the late Victorian age, were t…||02/04/2015 on Medieval armor comp||0|
|#7 - PLEASE do not test your your mail coif! It appears to be budde… [+] (1 new reply)||02/04/2015 on Chainmaille Projects||+1|
#10 - sledmondson (02/04/2015) [-]
Two things, butted mail was just as common as riveted mail, riveted mail was a lot more expensive and labour intensive but both were used. Also I wasn't going to wear it whilst I tested it, I don't fancy the blunt force trauma to the head. I'm planning on putting it on a mannequin to see what damage is caused to it lol
|#10 - A lot of really good information here, but the one common erro… [+] (4 new replies)||02/03/2015 on Medieval armor comp||+4|
#13 - anon (02/03/2015) [-]
Chronicles of Narnia mentions chain mail quite a lot. But then Lewis was a professor of Medieval Literature. Wouldn't be surprised if LOTR mentions it too, but I can't think of a specific instance. So, no. D&D is not responsible for that.
#28 - anon (02/04/2015) [-]
Just because someone else did it doesn't mean DnD pushed it into usage.
It's like saying WoW wasn't the MMO that brought the genre into the mainstream because Everquest existed.
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