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#80 - You sound exactly like a friend of mine.  [+] (1 new reply) 13 hours ago on She got her priorities right 0
User avatar #91 - edraham (11 hours ago) [-]
I'm not him but I could be a friend of yours!
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#43 - While all of this may be true, that's not what these armours a…  [+] (9 new replies) 08/26/2015 on Unified Weapons Master 0
User avatar #53 - galanorth (08/26/2015) [-]
There is absolutely nothing stopping them from putting those sensors on armor based off of medieval designs. In fact, it would be better, because they cannot put those sensors on the gaps of their armor, which the current design has many. By using medieval designs, the fighters would be better protected from injury, and would have better coverage of sensors. With their current design, strikes to the insides of elbows, backs of knees, butts, fingers, and the space between their torso and leg armor, would not be detected by the computers.
User avatar #70 - ludislavonac (08/26/2015) [-]
Yeah, because fuck originality and a nice futuristic design because we can copy something that's been around for centuries.
User avatar #81 - galanorth (08/26/2015) [-]
Originality? Have you ever seen Halo? Or Quake? Or Gears of War? Or any movie with futuristic soldiers? Or motorcyclists? What Originality?

Yes, it would be better to copy the function of centuries old designs. Because they have been proven by centuries of use. It would be stupid to throw all that away and start from scratch rather than build on proven designs. NASA took inspiration from Henry VIII's armor, so why wouldn't you?

You can make it look like what ever you want, after developing the overall function. Don't forget for a second that there are actual people in those suits. This isn't a video game, or costumes in a movie, or cosplay. Function comes first, then aesthetics.

As of now, the armor they are using is designed like motorcycle gear, which protects against road rash and is made to be relatively comfortable during long trips, rather than plate armor, which is designed to protect against melee weapons.
User avatar #89 - ludislavonac (08/26/2015) [-]
Have you stopped for a moment and thought about why they chose that particular design before going on a neckbeard spree about how superior a medieval armor is?In the video the guy said that this competition will feature many different fighting styles. So it's entirely possible that they didn't go with that classic design because it hinders the movement in many of those disciplines. From the look of it they need something light and flexible.
Medieval knights didn't use the same moves as a Shaolin monk would (hand to hand combat + staff for example) as their armors were made with only certain combat techniques in mind (example: shield + sword combat, or using a lance when mounted) and were meant to protect their user against the weapons that were in use at that time. I'm pretty sure you wouldn't be able to land a high kick to an opponents head in that tin can, or it's modern copy for that matter.
Also protection, what damn protection do they need besides the most basic one? They probably won't be using real swords which could pierce the armor, that's why they have those sensors to detect how much damage was dealt. They chose an elegant and obviously functional design, so stop being a pretentious faggot.
User avatar #93 - galanorth (08/26/2015) [-]
How do people as stupid as you even function? Do you even dress yourself in the morning?

I already freaking said "Late Medieval plate armor had more flexibility than the man inside of it." Can you read? Do you even know your ABCs?

Weight wouldn't be an issue, either. So long as you make it out of whatever composite they are using for the current design, rather than steel, it would be about the same weight as the current design.

Seriously? You don't think they don't need to be well protected? Yes, their weapons will not be edged, but they still dish out percussive force, genius. A dull axe will still break your fingers. Also, I already said that more coverage of armor means more coverage of sensors; I repeat, can you even read?

I'm not being pretentious, I'm just more educated on the matter than you. You're just another insecure faggot on the internet who believes that anyone who knows less than you is a retard, and anyone who knows more is a no-life neckbeard.

P.S. Shields were almost never used with full harnesses of plate armor, because the armor was so good that shields became pointless. Why strap a shield to your arm, when you can cover your entire body in shield and use both hands for your weapon?
User avatar #94 - ludislavonac (08/26/2015) [-]
Since you are so adamant about it that this design enabled it's user more flexibility in combat than without armor (lol) prove it, I want a well documented source please, no wikipedia crap.
User avatar #130 - galanorth (08/26/2015) [-]
" this design enabled it's user more flexibility in combat than without armor (lol) "

Further proof that you are an idiot. I'll say it again, read it slowly this time, so that you can understand.

"Late Medieval plate armor had more flexibility than the man inside of it."

That means that the armor is more flexible than the man. That does not mean that it makes the man more flexible.

Now, alexanderh has already posted video proof, and here is a video just to show you how much plate can cover. www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPKrAfww79U
#139 - alexanderh (08/26/2015) [-]
Interesting, that armour would actually fit me...
#97 - alexanderh (08/26/2015) [-]
>>#35
I link to four videos showing the mobility of the armour. These people have no issues doing jumping jacks or cartwheels in full plate, and I can't move my thighs higher than they could.
If you need more, just search "plate armour mobility" on youtube.
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User avatar #42 - kyoutu (08/26/2015) [-]
Tomato, Tomato.
#23 - Problem is that plate armor was designed in the ******* …  [+] (12 new replies) 08/26/2015 on Unified Weapons Master -2
User avatar #42 - thedutchs (08/26/2015) [-]
Pick up a history book.
#29 - galanorth (08/26/2015) [-]
"Problem is that plate armor was designed in the fucking dark ages... "

First off, the term "Dark Ages" has been steadily falling out of use by scholars, many refuse to recognize the term and those who do only apply it to the 5th-10th centuries aka the Migration Period. So no it was not "designed in the fucking dark ages", the harness pictured in my previous comment was designed in 1470, almost 600 years after what most scholars call the "Dark Ages." Furthermore, full harnesses of plate armor were still in use in the Renaissance.

Second, I just freaking said that medieval plate armor was more advanced in articulation and bio mechanics than the armor made by "Unified Weapons Master". Late Medieval plate armor had more flexibility than the man inside of it, with nearly no gaps in the armor. See this picture I am posting with this comment? It covers the the inside of the elbow, the gaps between the chest and thigh armor, the butt, and the fingers, the armor from "Unified Weapons Master" covers none of these places. Wanna know why medieval armor is better designed than Unified Weapons Master's? Because just like you, Unified Weapons Master probably foolishly dismissed the Medieval mind as idiotic, simply on the basis that they lived in an bygone era, and electing to start from scratch rather than learn from the people who spent generations designing the perfect armor for armed melee combat. "Oh right technological evolution!" Yeah, right, more like narcissism.
User avatar #43 - whateverdude (08/26/2015) [-]
While all of this may be true, that's not what these armours are made for.
The point of these armors is to measure the damage the weapon would've inflicted instead of making you impenetrable. If two guys in plate armor would be swinging swords against each other without any effect it wouldn't be very entertaining now would it.
User avatar #53 - galanorth (08/26/2015) [-]
There is absolutely nothing stopping them from putting those sensors on armor based off of medieval designs. In fact, it would be better, because they cannot put those sensors on the gaps of their armor, which the current design has many. By using medieval designs, the fighters would be better protected from injury, and would have better coverage of sensors. With their current design, strikes to the insides of elbows, backs of knees, butts, fingers, and the space between their torso and leg armor, would not be detected by the computers.
User avatar #70 - ludislavonac (08/26/2015) [-]
Yeah, because fuck originality and a nice futuristic design because we can copy something that's been around for centuries.
User avatar #81 - galanorth (08/26/2015) [-]
Originality? Have you ever seen Halo? Or Quake? Or Gears of War? Or any movie with futuristic soldiers? Or motorcyclists? What Originality?

Yes, it would be better to copy the function of centuries old designs. Because they have been proven by centuries of use. It would be stupid to throw all that away and start from scratch rather than build on proven designs. NASA took inspiration from Henry VIII's armor, so why wouldn't you?

You can make it look like what ever you want, after developing the overall function. Don't forget for a second that there are actual people in those suits. This isn't a video game, or costumes in a movie, or cosplay. Function comes first, then aesthetics.

As of now, the armor they are using is designed like motorcycle gear, which protects against road rash and is made to be relatively comfortable during long trips, rather than plate armor, which is designed to protect against melee weapons.
User avatar #89 - ludislavonac (08/26/2015) [-]
Have you stopped for a moment and thought about why they chose that particular design before going on a neckbeard spree about how superior a medieval armor is?In the video the guy said that this competition will feature many different fighting styles. So it's entirely possible that they didn't go with that classic design because it hinders the movement in many of those disciplines. From the look of it they need something light and flexible.
Medieval knights didn't use the same moves as a Shaolin monk would (hand to hand combat + staff for example) as their armors were made with only certain combat techniques in mind (example: shield + sword combat, or using a lance when mounted) and were meant to protect their user against the weapons that were in use at that time. I'm pretty sure you wouldn't be able to land a high kick to an opponents head in that tin can, or it's modern copy for that matter.
Also protection, what damn protection do they need besides the most basic one? They probably won't be using real swords which could pierce the armor, that's why they have those sensors to detect how much damage was dealt. They chose an elegant and obviously functional design, so stop being a pretentious faggot.
User avatar #93 - galanorth (08/26/2015) [-]
How do people as stupid as you even function? Do you even dress yourself in the morning?

I already freaking said "Late Medieval plate armor had more flexibility than the man inside of it." Can you read? Do you even know your ABCs?

Weight wouldn't be an issue, either. So long as you make it out of whatever composite they are using for the current design, rather than steel, it would be about the same weight as the current design.

Seriously? You don't think they don't need to be well protected? Yes, their weapons will not be edged, but they still dish out percussive force, genius. A dull axe will still break your fingers. Also, I already said that more coverage of armor means more coverage of sensors; I repeat, can you even read?

I'm not being pretentious, I'm just more educated on the matter than you. You're just another insecure faggot on the internet who believes that anyone who knows less than you is a retard, and anyone who knows more is a no-life neckbeard.

P.S. Shields were almost never used with full harnesses of plate armor, because the armor was so good that shields became pointless. Why strap a shield to your arm, when you can cover your entire body in shield and use both hands for your weapon?
User avatar #94 - ludislavonac (08/26/2015) [-]
Since you are so adamant about it that this design enabled it's user more flexibility in combat than without armor (lol) prove it, I want a well documented source please, no wikipedia crap.
User avatar #130 - galanorth (08/26/2015) [-]
" this design enabled it's user more flexibility in combat than without armor (lol) "

Further proof that you are an idiot. I'll say it again, read it slowly this time, so that you can understand.

"Late Medieval plate armor had more flexibility than the man inside of it."

That means that the armor is more flexible than the man. That does not mean that it makes the man more flexible.

Now, alexanderh has already posted video proof, and here is a video just to show you how much plate can cover. www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPKrAfww79U
#139 - alexanderh (08/26/2015) [-]
Interesting, that armour would actually fit me...
#97 - alexanderh (08/26/2015) [-]
>>#35
I link to four videos showing the mobility of the armour. These people have no issues doing jumping jacks or cartwheels in full plate, and I can't move my thighs higher than they could.
If you need more, just search "plate armour mobility" on youtube.
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#25 - hydren (08/01/2013) [-]
Someone apparently already made it..
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#18 to #17 - whateverdude (08/01/2013) [-]
I must go my people need me!   
   
just kidding... Hai der!
I must go my people need me!

just kidding... Hai der!
#19 to #18 - hydren (08/01/2013) [-]
I have more cats apparently..
I have more cats apparently..
#20 to #19 - whateverdude (08/01/2013) [-]
All of the cats!
All of the cats!
#21 to #20 - hydren (08/01/2013) [-]
How do cats cat...
How do cats cat...
#22 to #21 - whateverdude (08/01/2013) [-]
I cat seem to understand it...
I cat seem to understand it...
#23 to #22 - hydren (08/01/2013) [-]
*Insert cat pun here*
*Insert cat pun here*
#24 to #23 - whateverdude (08/01/2013) [-]
I wasn't prepared fur that one
I wasn't prepared fur that one
#26 to #24 - hydren (08/01/2013) [-]
Whoah man, take a paws with the puns
Whoah man, take a paws with the puns
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#14 - jojonaaazz (10/18/2012) [-]
Here you go
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#7 - blartonfairweather (07/18/2012) [-]
What is up, dude?
What is up, dude?
#8 to #7 - whateverdude (07/18/2012) [-]
Not much, just lookin' for some funny. How 'bout you?
Not much, just lookin' for some funny. How 'bout you?
#9 to #8 - blartonfairweather (07/18/2012) [-]
Ah, well you should find that here...I think :3   
   
And nm watching the Office :D
Ah, well you should find that here...I think :3

And nm watching the Office :D
#10 to #9 - whateverdude (07/18/2012) [-]
Ah yes the Office... One of the better series!

Talking of better, your comics are awesome! Lookin' forward for a new one!
#11 to #10 - blartonfairweather (07/18/2012) [-]
Haha, right?! I LOVE the office :D   
   
And oh thank you, fine sir :D Much appreciated, finishing    
up another real soon. Probably gunna post this weekend :)
Haha, right?! I LOVE the office :D

And oh thank you, fine sir :D Much appreciated, finishing
up another real soon. Probably gunna post this weekend :)
#12 to #11 - whateverdude (07/19/2012) [-]
Allrighty then, I'm lookin' forward to it!
Allrighty then, I'm lookin' forward to it!
#13 to #12 - blartonfairweather (07/19/2012) [-]
Haha, yess sir!
Haha, yess sir!
User avatar #5 - sauercrowd (07/12/2012) [-]
I love your profile pic,
best arctic monkey album!
#6 to #5 - whateverdude (07/12/2012) [-]
Thanks man, I love your profile pic aswell, Hyde ftw! Altough red's pretty funny too when he's high...
Thanks man, I love your profile pic aswell, Hyde ftw! Altough red's pretty funny too when he's high...
#3 - jojonaaazz (04/22/2012) [-]
I think you'll like this.
I think you'll like this.
User avatar #4 to #3 - whateverdude (04/22/2012) [-]
Well he did say he'd catch the damn grenade
#1 - jojonaaazz (04/19/2012) [-]
Here you go
Here you go
#2 to #1 - whateverdude (04/19/2012) [-]
Why thank you have this bear in exchange!
Why thank you have this bear in exchange!
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