Bernard and Butthead
and I call this picture: "He is making that face again isn't he?"
The happy Horseman
Personal theory on how it was made:
Knight "I want to be well protected on the battlefield, but I want my enemies to know I'm really a nice guy."
Blacksmith: "Say no more fam"
The Disappointed Dad
The Happy Horseman V2
Also known as the *anima girl squealing* ONICHAN
The Metal Kilt with built in coat hanger
Slip your keys on their and never worry about losing them! And Protect your balls!problems sitting to be expected.
*Distain for low quality armor plebs intensifies*
Domhnall of Zena
and this thing was given to a german king. To wear. As in he requested this thing. Let that sink it.
Left: The Frogs Mouth (yes that is it's actual historical name. Personally would have gone with "The Pitcher" but that is just me.)
Right: The "I Wannabe Spartan but also protect my face and have limited visibility."
"Please don't hit me"
Looks even more derpy from the side.
The Face Folds.
Top Left: Bassinet with Neck Guard
Top Right: "A King Only Looks Forward" *proceeds to be hit in the back of the head*
Bottom Right: Standard 16th century Cavalry Helm
Bottom Left: Viking/Norman/Almost everyone in the 8th to 11th Century (these were worn under great helms (see first picture for great helms) as well) with metal neck guard. Most just a strange looking reproduction, but the actual helm is historical.
The Knightly Strainer
The Blob Fish
The Family Crest
"Jesus Christ, How Horrifying"
The Repurposed Pot
The Armored Luchador
The Snickering From the Back of the Class
A family of knights taking a picture together.
The Worlds Most Smug Helmet
"Well, use your head man!"
The Cheese Grader
The Big Bad
The Small Town Sheriff
Lord Derp Lion
Henry the 8th Armor from youth to fat to very fat
The Actual Armor next to a normal person
And lastly the GoPro helmet
and now a battle!
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