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Leguma11 writes:



poor horse ... stabed with a banner :( , also gotta be hard for that horse to run ... all that plate armor ...

Mon Jun 20 2011 5:27PM Report
Erstok writes:

It's always hard for a unreal fantasy animals (did I mention it's only a game?) in 50 pounds of armor to run, yes.

Tue Jun 21 2011 3:56AM Report
Kokomobl writes:

sarcasm meets sarcasm,

Unless you didn't get the sarcasm and thought you'd post back with sarcasm..

Sarcasm - Too difficult too understand.

Tue Jun 21 2011 6:17AM Report
McGamer writes:

Nevermind the fact that RL plate armour during the medieval ages did not weigh a "ton" like most people falsely believe. It's a myth, just like the myth that knights needed to be helped or hoisted onto their horse by a wooden crane. 

Tue Jun 21 2011 9:18AM Report
Valentina writes:

It might not have weighed a *ton* but it was quite heavy. And they did need help being hoisted onto their horses but usually their squires or some other assistant would help them do that. Plate armor limited mobility because it's inflexible. But the weight did contribute.

Tue Jun 21 2011 10:01AM Report
lerwen writes:

people seems to alway find something wrong with wow screenshot lol

Tue Jun 21 2011 11:20PM Report
Harafnir writes:

Valentina. No. They did not.... Kings and nobles PLAYING jousting in the 17th-18th century needed help, because they wore extra heavy armor not to be injured or killed or maybe even get a nosebleed. Oh and they had not worked out ever, but went from the dining table out on the jousting field. Real knights, actually trained knights in a normal armor could jump up their horse and do a handstand if they wanted to.

My own armor is 60 pounds and I am the sprinter in a normal melee. I am the one hunting down scouts, and I can catch them in a fraggin tree if I want to. And yes... I actually do fight in heavy armor.

Wed Jun 22 2011 1:25PM Report
Ausare writes:

Field Plate armor was the heaviest armor and needed the crane.  Plate armor of the more common known as half plate (which was chest, thighs, shoulders, and lower armors) did not need a crane, but they did tend to use squires, serfs, and infantrymen as stepping stools.

Wed Jun 29 2011 5:25PM Report
ElRenmazuo writes: In video games are mounts just poof into existence between are legs. Dont need squires or such things. Sat Aug 10 2013 7:28PM Report writes:
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