Marco-Apollo
Marco-Apollo

I wonder how secure it is if your riding on horseback

16 godzin temu
The Ava Stark
The Ava Stark

He doesn't realise hasbro legends makes a metal accurate shield or people on ebay sell cos play life size shields

16 godzin temu
valcouren
valcouren

As an off topic subject; with this, seemingly, being the best way to reach out; I have, what I would consider to be, an odd question. Would an invading army regularly spare chattel? If so, what would they generally declare as such? Thank you for all of your informative videos and I look forward your next engaging installment.

16 godzin temu
X-man Supreme
X-man Supreme

Could they have possibly fashioned some kind of friction fit technology for things like spears and bows to eliminate the chances of self injury or fumbling with attachments on the weapons directly? Like just have a baldric with some kind of snap-in receptacle (like a flexible yet sturdy bit of metal that will allow enough give so that it will hold the weapon securely and be easily released when pulled by hand) that's big enough to fit the weapon into that could secure it on it's own? I suppose an added strap to some simple u-shaped attachment would work, just not as swiftly as the "nail catch." But maybe friction fitting is a way to go?

16 godzin temu
tanglediver
tanglediver

Oil lamps, torches, candles?? No, they used night vision goggles, eh?!

16 godzin temu
Darren Koyle
Darren Koyle

Also looks like you might want to make it slightly more vertical, I understand you don't want to hit your legs, your balance just seems to be thrown off a bit. It is new so a bit of getting used to the weight distribution makes sense. Maybe tinker with the idea of a center vertical shabbard tho, just for fun.

16 godzin temu
Sequoia
Sequoia

ok but what was up with that kick sound effect?? like, kinda racist tbh

16 godzin temu
Sturmdrache
Sturmdrache

Glad I saw this, planning a shield design with a similar concept in mind.

16 godzin temu
Darren Koyle
Darren Koyle

You should use belt clips with the clacks or whatever you called them on the tips. Slides through and holds the weight and then clips on the other side so it doesn't go back up through the loops.

16 godzin temu
Maxgum 21
Maxgum 21

Isn’t it basically a Naginata

16 godzin temu
American Brandon
American Brandon

The Jedis and the prequel’s were trained when they were children to use the light saber so they’re choreography would be different compared to the newer movies

16 godzin temu
The Crimson Dragon Slayer
The Crimson Dragon Slayer

Me: *reads the title and then remembers the latest Falcon and Winter Soldier episodes* Uh...

16 godzin temu
Tony Neeley
Tony Neeley

With super strength, even forgetting swords, throwing a punch can send yourself flying. So in fantasy and such settings where super strength is a factor, I always imagine it also comes with another power, to increase their inertia proportional to their strength without effecting their weight. So if they were to punch something with super strength, they would become proportionately harder to move, as though their weight increased by the same factor as their strength. And then, say another guy with super strength punches them, if it was by surprise they would be sent flying, but if they "braced" themselves the effect would kick in and their effective inertia would increase by the same factor as their strength, so if they were the same strength as their opponent they would be moved as though a regular person had punched a regular person

16 godzin temu
Marcus Brown
Marcus Brown

It will light for whoever is worthy of holding it cuz the captain is also able to hold it

16 godzin temu
Delvien Vol
Delvien Vol

Chrome Shelled Regios is a show with moving cities. The story was fine so the cities didn't really bother me... the soundtrack on the other hand lol. Also Girls und panzer has city sized aircraft carriers adapted for living on. There are a number of shows and games that did mobile cities better, though most often in space.

16 godzin temu
chris reese
chris reese

Sumpter= 4 cylinder Honda Palfery = V6 sports sedan Desteir = Main Battle Tank

16 godzin temu
P3T3R PARKOUR
P3T3R PARKOUR

.... I’ve built my evil overlord lair wrong....

16 godzin temu
Squid-Boy
Squid-Boy

Star Wars Rise of Contrivances Revenge of conveniences

17 godzin temu
roemi roemi
roemi roemi

mh i will see how that work on a horse :P

17 godzin temu
Igaveyoumyfakename
Igaveyoumyfakename

Too much talking without getting to the point. Plus I couldn't stand your voice. I checked out at 1:22.

17 godzin temu
DEXAPHOBIA 808
DEXAPHOBIA 808

One reason for the proportions of the crucibles handle being so bizarre could be that it is done to work around the size of the sentinels gauntlets, doom guy himself has very large fists even without the gauntlets.

17 godzin temu
Poultry Man
Poultry Man

idea: the nail catch but instead of just tied on with some rope, a metal clamp around the wood built in to it while crafting the bow so that there's no risk of the rope coming untied and the nail falling off

17 godzin temu
Killertiger Gaming
Killertiger Gaming

I feel like i have seen a sword that looks just like this in a game or something

17 godzin temu
BIG TURKEY 2.0
BIG TURKEY 2.0

they arent stoopi

17 godzin temu
GameExplorer0115
GameExplorer0115

There is this larping group that makes armor basically makes you invulnerable. It's the most bullshit I have ever heard and just seems to be just an excuse to be bad at swordplay and not actually get good.

17 godzin temu
dan dan
dan dan

A lot of talking

17 godzin temu
Thomas Crouse
Thomas Crouse

i just think short staff/stick is just a godly weapon very good at whacking things

17 godzin temu
mauriano baruso
mauriano baruso

plfree.info/cycle/kGGlZNukrbPbe8U/wideo.html

17 godzin temu
Jósiley, Mairu
Jósiley, Mairu

00:00 when you KNOW what you're doing, but you're still afraid to hit your balls

17 godzin temu
Lalo Spencer
Lalo Spencer

Love both of these channels.

17 godzin temu
Squid-Boy
Squid-Boy

you know it's bad when you see the 58 minute mark

17 godzin temu
Anders Fiedler
Anders Fiedler

a warhammer wouldnt be effective in a cave tho and would likely be to slow to fight goblins

17 godzin temu
Brandon Bacon
Brandon Bacon

You haven't seen the new episode yet have you

17 godzin temu
Etrnl_T
Etrnl_T

"Sometimes Cap kills people" *Cuts to Cap throwing a Nazi pilot out of a giant plane*

17 godzin temu
ItzBrxly
ItzBrxly

The medieval people loves war? Well I want them to try out WW1-2 and let see if they love war again

17 godzin temu
David Foxfire
David Foxfire

After I watched that fucking awesome Holdor Maneuver video...I think I have an explanation. I noticed something of a constant with dealing with warp speed/hyperspace throughout the years: There is a time where you have to accelerate to get to the proper velocity. Even if it looks instant, with the 'stretch' effect, there is a time, and the distance, where the vehicle goes from naught to warp. Now then, picture Holdor's ship turned around and about to jump. Relatively, compared to that First Order ship, it's stationary. It has to thrust and accelerate from that standing point to get to hyperspace. I'm wagering that point is on the other side of that First Order ship If it weren't in the way, that ship would've gone up toward light speed and be safely into hyperspace, no problem. But since that huge ship is in the way...and Holdor's ship is smacking it at .9999 the speed of light...You can call me someone who dropped all of Star Wars like a bad habit because of what Disney did to it, but I see that is a true sign that Issac Neuton was the baddest sonofabitch in outer space. Of course, some people would just say that both ships would've just get deleted in ways Matt Hardy wouldn't even comprehend, even with all of his headmates helping out, but I digress.

18 godzin temu
SadBoiPrime
SadBoiPrime

It would probably be more accurate to call markarth a giant gatehouse as the city itself was only meant to be the entrance to the actual city

18 godzin temu
TonkarzOfSolSystem
TonkarzOfSolSystem

The thing about steel being the best option for a sword is that since the end of the middle ages very few people have been trying to make better sword materials. It's possible that better materials could be discovered or developed, but they'd probably still be a type of steel.

18 godzin temu
kingkopmon games
kingkopmon games

3

18 godzin temu
TiagoTiago
TiagoTiago

A bladed surf-board would be awesome! xD

18 godzin temu
TheCompleteMental
TheCompleteMental

Fight scene autopsy: Guts vs Zodd (Berserk 2016)

18 godzin temu
Misek Limbu
Misek Limbu

Still katana is the coolest sword :v (Change my mind)

18 godzin temu
john garvey
john garvey

what if like the original the brass at the bottom of the arch under the diamond were diamond shaped as well making the tri force symbol then on the flat were the carved tri force there was a relief of the 3 goddesses hands in prayer looking up to the 3 diamonds.

18 godzin temu
Patrick Arseneault
Patrick Arseneault

stick with medieval and stay away from modern superheroes fighting style

18 godzin temu
Bob Bowers
Bob Bowers

Ah but if one stick is good how about two sticks and if two sticks are good what if we tie those two sticks together, oh wait never mind.

18 godzin temu
Shawn Flynn
Shawn Flynn

Oi and hello. I'm unrelated to the video but I am looking for thoughts on a hema grade helmet to start out with. Please send your thoughts

18 godzin temu
Arthurius_
Arthurius_

9:40 CULTURAL CROOS-POLINATION

18 godzin temu
Zero Nyxium
Zero Nyxium

We need a Smith to forge this in whole

19 godzin temu
opensprit
opensprit

Totally fooled me with the brigandine initially. But had no trouble spotting when you went to the metal brigandine and back.

19 godzin temu
Simon Coelho
Simon Coelho

Use em for tricking and meditation, not combat but they were a peasant weapon, kinda like rock in a sock. Gotta surprise them like Ray Winston in scum I guess. Or choke from behind with a crank twist to maximise leverage. Would definitely prefer a hammer for combat though but for fun times gonna stick with fire chucks. Would love a part 3 where you test the strength of locks for grappling with the chucks cos it's rarely done and would be an interesting experiment.

19 godzin temu
eric vulgate
eric vulgate

how did leaders of the past convince their minions to chop other people to pieces?

19 godzin temu
Spencer Johnson
Spencer Johnson

I prefer the idea of having 'heat-bending' be a high-level technique that any state bender can eventually learn. Because if it's all just narrowly applied telekinesis...well, temperature is nothing more than the movement of molecules--the faster they move, the hotter the substance becomes. So a high level bender could learn to increase or decrease the temperature of their domain by controlling the vibration of the molecules. (Side note: Calling them "Domain" instead of "state" sounds a lot cooler, I think.) You get some interesting results when you think of it that way: Gas Domains would be able to ignite the atmosphere under their control, giving you the traditional fire-bending look. Liquid Domains could make water or whatever else boil before they hit you with it, and Solid Domains would be able to make their stone or metal glowing hot. But since liquids and solids are more dense than air, they can't actually make their Domains hot enough to ignite unless they are readily flammable. So a Solid Domain would need to use wood or coal and a Liquid Domain would need some kind of hydrocarbon like petroleum, pitch, or cooking oil. This would make duels between Liquid, Solid, and Gas Domain heat benders very interesting. Picture it: The Gas Domain can create fire anywhere at any time, but their flames aren't very damaging because normal atmosphere can't sustain that chain reaction unless they constantly pump energy into it. High versatility, low power. Meanwhile a Liquid Domain can only fire-bend when they have a flammable liquid on hand, but once they ignite it the fuel can sustain the reaction by itself, meaning they don't have to keep expending energy and focus on maintaining their fire. Medium versatility, medium power. And a Solid Domain wouldn't be able to make a flaming weapon (aside from wood, which quickly turns fragile) but metal and stone can get so insanely hot that they would cause damage just by proximity--meaning they could heat up the ground, walls, or any other object nearby to surround their opponent with heat and literally roast them alive. Low versatility, high power. Just a few thoughts.

19 godzin temu
Killtryray
Killtryray

I imagine it being pronounced as "gaan" or gán.

19 godzin temu
spiros saplaouras
spiros saplaouras

I agree that knights would probably win but it annoys me as hell, that most of people seem to ignore the fact that samurai had guns...I mean not the best of guns, but still..

19 godzin temu
Get Ganked
Get Ganked

How's the castle coming along shad?

19 godzin temu
Bakeneko
Bakeneko

Think what works towards his advantage is that his shield is extremely unusual. It's not like anyone is really used to fighting someone with a shield or used to even seeing a shield in combat. Most combatants are either using guns and melee fist/martial arts comabt and/or knives and other weapons of convenience / what they have on them. Using an unusual weapon, very few are even used to seeing is a major advantage. The only real issue would be guns. But that is in-universe explained by enhanced speed and reflexes, though it'd be arguable if that helps against bullet-speed, but hey authors rules. About people shooting at the shield, not at his legs. Well, trained soldiers and other experienced people yes, but as it is msot superheroes are usually fighting the average henchman that's literally just meat to grind down, and, in more seriousness, having a single guy taking out a couple of your buddies right in front of you with just a shield might cause some panic. Not sure, but I'd guess it would. This way, I'd argue that in context of the universe he is in, the common weapons used and his very over average abilities his shield is for him a decent weapon. Not sure about his successor though, that seems a bit stretched, but then, it's the authors choice in a superhero story. It's always better if something is in-universe explainable, but then, the author has the last word on anything.

20 godzin temu
Thundermaxx
Thundermaxx

It doesn't look like anybody's mentioned it yet but since we're talking about speedsters and weapons (particularly using swords), there's someone we've overlooked. Specifically, Kabal from MORTAL KOMBAT. He does pretty well with those hook-swords of his without too much problem. And with devastating LETHAL effects against his enemies.

20 godzin temu
Pluto
Pluto

5:15 "I'll try spinning, that's a good trick"

20 godzin temu
Charles Miller
Charles Miller

If the most of the rapiers weight is in its handle, while the weight in the other sword is more evenly distributed, it will still be easier to wield the rapier and it will feel markedly lighter. This is because the greater the distance weight is from the hand, the heavier it feels. For example: Take staff, broom handle, a dowel or whatever other long straight shaft you have at your disposal (get your mind out of the gutter!). Now take a 2.25 kilogram barbell plate and put it onto the staff. First have it so the plate is resting against your hand. Use some duct tape to hold it in place. Try maneuvering the staff with the weight plate on it next to your hand. It should be relatively easy. Now tape the plate onto the far end of the staff and try maneuvering it with the plate nearly the entire staff's length away from your body. It will be noticeably more difficult. If I were an engineer, or possessed a better comprehension of physics, I could explain this much better,, but alas, I have a B.A. history and a Masters of Science in Psychology... but if I knew more about the way physics and things of that sort worked I would say something about how it's a similar principle to a lever, and depending upon where the axis is, which would be where the center of gravity is with a sword, would create different amounts of torque. Just because two swords weigh the same does not necessarily mean that wielding them would cause the user to expend the same amount of energy and put forth the same effort. Whichever sword's center of gravity is closer (the rapier in this case as the weight is mostly in the hilt) to the user would feel MUCH lighter and would be easier to wield. The further away the center of gravity of a sword, the heavier it feels, the more difficult it is to use, and the more quickly it's user becomes fatigued... So, contrary to your assertion, the rapier is a decent sword for a slight, agile warrior with minimal strength because it's centered gravity is very close the the swordsman. You seem so adamant about your point, but the weight of the sword really matters far less than then center of gravity. Lose the hubris, mate.

20 godzin temu
Oscar aburto
Oscar aburto

It is because his whole body is an offensive weapon and his shield is their to help his defensive tactics. Its true that he can throw it but I still think its more of a weapon of defense.

20 godzin temu
Kickerz
Kickerz

Aw hell no. This is NOT being recommended to me after watching Walker kill a dude...

20 godzin temu
James Talbot
James Talbot

On Edoras you mentioned Minas Tirith, when a better example would be the Hornburg because it was made by rohan. In any case I have no qualm against the difference between Minas Tirith as the grand fortress that it is, compared to the relatively weak Edoras. But one thing that must be mentioned is the Minas Tirith was made by the Numenoreans, which in the book Tolkien talks about their great skill in the building of constructions. In fact it was also the Numenoreans who created Orthanc, which withstood the ents despite the ents ability to 'tear stone like bread' which is what they did to the great iron gates. In any case edoras was made by MEN. mere mortal men. Anyway, as I said the better example is in the hornburg and other than that I agree with you I just wanted to make that point clear on why places like Rohan have nowhere near the grandeur of other nations like Gondor.

20 godzin temu
Alec Cambefort
Alec Cambefort

That’s a nice studded leather vest!

20 godzin temu
Storm Fang
Storm Fang

Military people are typically taught to aim at center mass so its not too unbelievable he doesnt get shot much.

20 godzin temu
_ CatzAndCoffee _
_ CatzAndCoffee _

Well.. now we know

21 godzinę temu
Joseph Augustine Rhodenhiser
Joseph Augustine Rhodenhiser

I'm watching at 1.5 speed and ngl, it's a bit much...

21 godzinę temu
Jacob Shul
Jacob Shul

Lucy!

21 godzinę temu
SirDemonLord
SirDemonLord

You should take a look at Basic Role-Playing (BRP). It is a whole family of d100 games, the smoothest ones in my opinion would be Mythras and Revolution D100. They have really neat armour rules, and RD100 does a lot of justice to brigandine, etc.

21 godzinę temu
Derp Kid
Derp Kid

how good is a war pick at mining?

21 godzinę temu
Dayofthedoughnuts Flash gamer
Dayofthedoughnuts Flash gamer

theres a kind of dual sword in which it can be used as one sword or two, for reference zuko uses them in avatar the last airbender

21 godzinę temu
Squid-Boy
Squid-Boy

the reason horseback archers didn't use hand held shields is because you need two hands to fire a bow

21 godzinę temu
eyflfla
eyflfla

surreal hearing about a meet and greet post covid

21 godzinę temu
craig roberts
craig roberts

Your right but could you imagine Deadpool using different swords? Being that were all so use to seeing him dual wielding katanas

21 godzinę temu
Squid-Boy
Squid-Boy

Me Slamming my axe into opponents skull boy this hook sure is helping

21 godzinę temu
HiddenFriend
HiddenFriend

i like forced imbued sabers myself and the broad sword light saber

21 godzinę temu
bēorwīnes Heathen corner
bēorwīnes Heathen corner

This made me think, since great swords are often used like a pole arm, what about a pole arm with a shield on it. A two hand spear shield combo. That actually sounds like something that might actually work.

21 godzinę temu
Squid-Boy
Squid-Boy

what are your opinions on gunchucks

21 godzinę temu
Der Skalde
Der Skalde

Those really are warm. I'm telling from experiance. The Winter 2019/20, I was in a Hospital because of depression, and one day I wore a hooded, about ankle lenght cloak to a medieval market when my family visited. It was really comfy. In fact, the entire rest of my stay there, when we walked outside, I always wore my medieval cloak. It was comfortably warm, even though it wasn't closed in the front (other than with the brooch), so I only wore a relatively thin hoodie over a shirt, normal jeans and some gloves beneath. Even my legs didn't get cold. And in the few instances it got too warm, just open the cloak a bit and relatively quick it was back to comfy. Those changes in language really do show. Just two examples: chances are relatively low, that anyone you talk to today will know what Oheim means. It's an old term for Uncle. Or in german, in some older texts and poems, they talk about the chest. Example: "Ihm wurde es heimlich im Busen bang" from a famous poem whose title I can't remember. Translated it'd mean something like "He felt anxious in his chest". Busen means chest in that instance, and was seemingly used unisex back in the day. Today, the word "Busen" is immediatelly asociated with "boobs", so every kid would give you a weird look over that line.

21 godzinę temu
Oliver Reilly
Oliver Reilly

This is the one of the most incoherent arguments I have ever witnessed, I believe that you where aiming for humour, if so you missed.

21 godzinę temu