We’ve seen it all, in movies, books, exaggerated but unhistoric illustrations and oftentimes our imaginations. But the question is, did swordsmen ever really pull a sword from a back scabbard, and how practical would it have been to carry your weapon out of your view – and potentially out of your reach?Read More Drawing a sword from your back? Nonsense.
The longsword was also known as the Bastardsword and became popular in Europe between 1100 and 1400.Read More The longsword – Medieval weapons #2
Welcome, Knight Errant! I see you want to be talked through the steps in the process of forging your own medieval sword! We won’t be making no flimsy wooden swords here – grab your swordsmith and we can get to work blacksmithing a new weapon!Read More How were medieval swords made?