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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=39051
Submitted by: DiRF
Comments: 7  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 0  (View)
Submitted on: 03-18-2005
View Stats Category: Off-topic
So is that a Monterey Jack Hanzo sword?


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3-18-2005 @ 08:51:44 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
Sometimes fanart can be truly weird.

3-20-2005 @ 01:26:31 AM
Posted By : Sensekhmet Reply | Edit | Del
I don't get it... why does every action movie with swords use katanas or daikatanas? Are they really that cool? Why not use a 13th century European sword? Long, maybe a bit heavy (guys, I've got news for you: today you still gotta have some muscle to be a soldier/fighter), but perfectly balanced and made of good materials. The combination of weight and lenght makes for a truly devastating weapon: even if it doesn't cut through armor it will simply break bones beneath it. Or a 16th century sword or (cutting) rapier. Not only made of superb materials (and to think Gerlach today makes knives and forks >_<) but also long, light and very fast. Also the Hungarian or Polish sabre would do. Very fast weapon with a "feather" at the end which gives the blade some momentum while cutting.

3-20-2005 @ 01:34:06 AM
Posted By : RiceArsonist Reply | Edit | Del
#2, What about Scimitars? They're small, deadly, and badass...

3-20-2005 @ 04:41:51 AM
Posted By : Sensekhmet Reply | Edit | Del
"Hungarian" sabre, later became the "national" Polish weapon:
Light, fast, deadly.
Scimitars? Well... I always thought they are a bit tip-heavy. Maybe they aren't...
This is what I got to use for some time:
Viking sword, 9th century. Cool, if a bit on the heavy side. Of course, sword fighting requires lots of training, so my weapon of choice was this:
One-handed Viking axe, again 9th century. The shaft was thinner and longer. This thing was so fast it was scary.

3-20-2005 @ 04:45:00 AM
Posted By : RiceArsonist Reply | Edit | Del
#4, I like that Sabre...very wicked and deadly looking.

3-20-2005 @ 05:05:26 AM
Posted By : Sensekhmet Reply | Edit | Del
When marching to battle our group wore:
-long quilted tunic with short sleeves
-short leather tunic with short sleeves to protect quilted tunica from getting ripped by the chainmail
-short chainmail "tunic" with short sleeves
-long iron or leather "modular" (front, back, wide shoulder straps and shoulder pads) scalemail
-Norman helmet with chain or leather coif
-sword or axe (second or third lane used long two-handed "Danish" axes)
http://www.darksword-armory.com/images/1608.jpg (the shaft's too short and the blade's a bit different)
-round or kite shield (in the first line)
http://www.mackenziesmith.com/asset..._shield_450.JPG (this is from the 11th century)

5-06-2005 @ 09:13:36 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
Kill Bill seems to be popular with more than one fanartist...
http://photo.ricecop.com/pics/killbowser.jpg I actually like this one more than the Splat Fatcat one.

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