This group is for everyone who likes all kinds of ancient, roman, medieval, renaissance, and other old weapons and units from the past.
Association Science Fiction Amelie
Convention ASFA 4 et 5 mai 2013
Convention ASFA 4st et 5st May 2013
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Hi Guys, awesome group (and awesome Katana ;) ),
can you help me? I can´t remember the name of a japanese weapon, like a reaping hook with a chain attached to it.
P.S.: My favourite ancient weapon would be a simple mace, without any spikes or something just a good old headsmashing mace =) .
Maybe Kusarigama? En.wikipedia.org
got my self a nice old indian made horsemen sword
kantana or scimiter which is better?
Katana in my opinion. I prefer more agile weaponry.
Well, I just made a bokken today. Then went practicing with it. It was pretty good, though the end of the handle got a bit small. Maybe it could also have some more indication where the blade starts. I'll probably make some more later.
Here's a photo of it: Koti.mbnet.fi
Hardened leather armour, very sturdy short bow, gladius, and small buckler. Perfect combination for my tastes.
Though, my favourite era is medieval.
Hey guys i don't know much about ancient weapons but i wanted to ask you whats a baseball bat-like stick with spiky things fitted on it called?
Spiked club.. or if you're looking for the japanese name, then kanabō.
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