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- Yeah, to protect the armpits when jousting. Like mini-shields.
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For jousting? I thought it was to protect against tickling.
ahhhh ok that makes sense now. I wondered how much that would restrict the range of motion of the wearer, but if it was only for jousting it wouldn't really impair you much I suppose. Know whether they wore them for regular mounted combat?
for jousting, but the more ornate disks obviously are. They were made to protect the armpits in general, usually from slashes or thrusts with swords. They didn't obstruct movement very much, it was just difficult to raise the arms directly forward, but they could just move their elbows outward first then over their head. Basically like Darth Vader. The armpits were very exposed with any large hacking strokes and we're easy to exploit even with chain mail. Thrusting with a rapier or while half-swording could puncture the armpit and basically incapacitate the knight. Thankfully armpit discs
I forget their actual name
protected them adequately. If you slashed at the pit the blade would hit the outside of the plate and be stopped. If you thrusted then the disc would either stop or mostly absorb the blow.
If they were using lances, probably
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Well the commissar would be busy kind of being flayed.
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