Historical armor

Explore the rich history of armor throughout the ages. From medieval knights to ancient warriors, uncover the secrets of historical armor and its significance in battle.
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Development of European Arms and Armor

Educational charts of arms and armor, prepared by Bashford Dean, ill. by S.J. Rowland and Hashime Murayama. European armor, helmets, breastplates, gauntlets, shields, swords, pole arms, spurs, crossbows and bows and guns - the development of their common forms during the centuries.

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Armor optional rule for D&D and OSR games

This simple rule gives more value to armor since it adds Damage Reduction when the character would go to less than 0 hp. RULE Armor works normally (give AC bonus) until the character goes to 0 hp then Armor absorb excess damage from that hit. Note: This damage reduction works only on the hit that would take the character below 0hp, if the character is already out of combat the damage reduction doesn't work, so if attacked again you apply the normal rules against helpless target. The Damage…

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It’s Still Illegal to Wear a Suit of Armor inside the British Parliament - Neatorama Plate Mail, Larp Inspiration, Metal Armor, Paint Miniatures, Plate Armor, Medieval England, A Knight's Tale, Armor Plate, Historical Armor

It’s Still Illegal to Wear a Suit of Armor inside the British Parliament

(Photo: David Ball)But that may change. A British government task force is looking through 44,000 pieces of legislation, some dating back to the 13th Century, to identify obsolete laws for Parliament to eliminate. Among them are laws about wearing armor inside the Houses of Parliament and beating rugs outside. Stephen Castle writes in the New York Times:Over the centuries, rules have piled up to penalize those who fire a cannon within 300 yards of a dwelling and those who beat a carpet in…


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