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  1. shadow1525
    July 11th, 15 02:19 PM
    shadow1525
    I should also probably add that I am buturing and ignoring any part of historical overlap and periods of the blades use, because I like all different types of swords it's more fun to have them all available. But by the time the backsword and rapier were in use the long sword had long since died off.
  2. shadow1525
    July 11th, 15 02:16 PM
    shadow1525
    yeah, also keep in mind Messer's came in various sizes, ranging from literal knives, to daggers, shortswords, and longsword or longer sized blades. 'Gross Messer' is a common one, literaly translates to large or 'big' knife'
  3. shadow1525
    July 11th, 15 10:12 AM
    shadow1525
    http://i100.photobucket.com/albums/m...download-4.jpg

    http://www.coldweapon.org/uploaded_i...ons-706589.jpg

    First picture is a Messer, it's a german fashion and actually considered a 'knife' by their standards back then do to his scale handle design as opposed to a enclosed hilt. It was basically made to skirt around sword carrying laws there, and quickly became the common man's weapon, yet gained fairly good popularity in many circles. the extra bit or protrusion on the guard is called the 'nail' and is used in some Messer specific maneuvers in the manuals such as a certain kind of parry off the flat of the blade. The swedge or false edge at the top is often sharpened and used for cutting as well. It's a good 6 inches off the tip or more.

    Second picture is a comparison between longsword, rapier, backsword, and smallsword. Just thought I'd throw some context in there, most people aren't familiar with any thing other than the cruciform hilted longswords, cutlasses, and 'epees'
  4. shadow1525
    July 10th, 15 06:40 AM
    shadow1525
    Yeah man, there's a lot of good videos like that on youtube dealing with weapons of different ages. ThengThrand is a channel that focus's on viking martial arts for the most part if you're into that sort of thing.
  5. shadow1525
    July 10th, 15 05:23 AM
    shadow1525
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPJ6...KSt33&index=11

    Check this video out, this is a basic outline of western sword mechanics. Matt Easton over at Scholagladiatoria has some cool videos on military saber and some on rapier and misc other weapons, as does Skallagrim here, particulary spear and poleaxe, and a few on montantae (Spanish type of greatsword)
  6. shadow1525
    July 10th, 15 05:20 AM
    shadow1525
    sort of..A lot of sword play is subjective..Depending on the period, location, and type of weapons used in what way in that period. A parry doesn't always have to knock an opponent's weapon off line, but it can. It's basically anything that isn't a 90 degree straight block is the way my understanding goes..
  7. shadow1525
    July 10th, 15 05:04 AM
    shadow1525
    If you wanna get into real historical European martial arts (HEMA) for short, it's a hobby of mine, and one that's just plain fun to learn about and incorporate fantasy elements around. I wish more film and game directors did it. But yeah, check out Skallagrim and Scholagladiatoria, and a few others on youtube. They make awesome vids on it, with great info and demonstrations usually.
  8. shadow1525
    July 10th, 15 04:39 AM
    shadow1525
    You mean demon souls? I've heard of both, they looked interesting, combat looked neat, though not entirely historically accurate as it claimed to be. But never played them.
  9. shadow1525
    July 9th, 15 06:35 AM
    shadow1525
    Sorry, I've been busy and somewhat deflated after work, haven't been in the mood to sit on the computer. But yeah, if someone wants to start a posting order I'm down for that.
  10. Rye
    July 8th, 15 03:31 AM
    Rye
    Yup , I'm rather sick of simon peg now. You see them once you've seen them all.

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