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Brutal Combat Weapons Throughout History (15 pics)

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Back in the day technology was nothing like it is today. People had to get creative with their weapons and the things they created were extremely brutal.

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№1 Author: mobius (29 Aug 2014 01:15) Total user comments: 1073


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#15 Made highly skilled knights either obsolete or more wary of their opponent...because was is hell.
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№2 Author: Old_Person (29 Aug 2014 02:14) Total user comments: 0


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Caltrops could also be made of thorns, wood or concrete. Small to slow the folks chasing or large to stop tanks.
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№3 Author: Aindy (29 Aug 2014 02:34) Total user comments: 2862


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12 - No. Bodies didnt smoke the people out. They used smoke for that... (i think the mongols were most famous for it)
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№4 Author: Dominik (29 Aug 2014 03:08) Total user comments: 0


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re 6 - boiling oil
In medieval Europe also boiling farina was also a popular defensive weapon used by wall defenders. Some call farina "a medieval napalm"
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№5 Author: Morris (29 Aug 2014 04:46) Total user comments: 0


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Aindy, wrong, search Siege of Caffa, they use bodies with Disease
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№6 Author: Bob (29 Aug 2014 08:55) Total user comments: 0


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#1 it's not a triple daggers, it's a left hand, used for disarming your opponent
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№7 Author: styopa (29 Aug 2014 14:07) Total user comments: 1138


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#6 nobody used boiling oil Oil was too precious. They just boiled water.
#9 stupid and impractical. Nobody ever used this (and lived).
#11 not a gun shield
#12 more often, in long sieges bodies were used to pitch disease into cities/castles.
#13 if you tried to fire these gonnes from horseback, you'd either be dead or pitched off. Those are NOT horseback-fired guns.
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№8 Author: 4sStylZ (29 Aug 2014 14:41) Total user comments: 0


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styopa,
Thank's for the thruth, I will post the same thing about the 6#
Oil drop in case of siege are just a myth.
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№9 Author: Tomaz86 (29 Aug 2014 15:06) Total user comments: 10817


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It must be terrible to live back then. :15:
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№10 Author: Lu (29 Aug 2014 22:46) Total user comments: 15100


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Fabricated a few Trebuchets for the kids. Good family fun.
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№11 Author: boink (30 Aug 2014 21:48) Total user comments: 1218


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#7 It's a common mistake to call these weapons "morning stars". Here's an empiric explanation:
http://trossmilan.de/forum/vie
wtopic.php?t=78&p=512
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№12 Author: choochwhocharlie (31 Aug 2014 01:03) Total user comments: 1981


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guns, oh yea
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