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chasboh

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Date Signed Up:7/24/2013
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#209 - Try to get more similar to the way it was before. The bright p… 09/09/2015 on update, rant and complain here +1
#200 - Combat Evolved is script free and is designed to work alongsid… 09/02/2015 on Single Player +1
#123 - they're all dead except the dragon slut tho 08/26/2015 on Dragon thougts 0
#33 - savage 08/25/2015 on rekt 0
#21 - Picture 08/25/2015 on Woven cigar 0
#319 - I've got over 300 hours clocked on this game. 10/10 …  [+] (2 new replies) 08/02/2015 on Favorite video game? +1
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#367 - datassman (08/02/2015) [-]
I've owned it for less than a week and already have over 30 hours. I fuckin love it
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#335 - puffbrownies (08/02/2015) [-]
>300 hours i have no life
#36 - What happens when someone hooks your horns with a half sword, …  [+] (4 new replies) 08/01/2015 on smashing +3
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#43 - wahut (08/01/2015) [-]
this is obviously made as a parade armor and not for war it doesnt even look scratched (unless it is a modern construction)
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#46 - listerthepessimist (08/01/2015) [-]
What the Royal Armouries have to say:

This helmet originally formed part of the court armour of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I and was made by Konrad Seusenhofer.

Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I presented Henry VIII with the armour that included this extraordinary ‘Horned helmet’ in 1514. This helmet was chosen as the symbol of the Royal Armouries in Leeds because of its extraordinary appearance and association with Henry VIII.

The full armour from which the ‘Horned helmet’ originates was one of three of similar design. Only the armour given by Maximilian I to his grandson, the future Emperor Charles V, survives intact and it is now in Vienna.

The rest of Henry VIII’s armour no longer survives and for some time after Henry’s death this helmet was believed to have belonged to his jester or fool, Will Somers, because of its unusual nature.

Konrad Seusenhofer, the maker of Henry VIII’s gift armour, was one of the leading armourers of the early 16th century. The ‘dragon’ hinges, left and right, suggest that alternative face defences were also supplied. It was made for use in pageants rather than for combat. Henry VIII might have worn it at sumptuous events such as the parades that accompanied tournaments.

It's housed there so I'm gonna assume they know their shit.
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#48 - wahut (08/01/2015) [-]
i think you just confirmed what i said
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#49 - listerthepessimist (08/02/2015) [-]
basically
#29 - > slants angled towards holes to direct arrows into face …  [+] (7 new replies) 08/01/2015 on smashing +12
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#33 - demandsgayversion (08/01/2015) [-]
You better go to a helmet seller who sells weaker helmets!
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#31 - turkeyslapper (08/01/2015) [-]
That's designed in the likeness of the roman emperor maximilian, one of the greatest armour designers. you pleb.
#36 - chasboh (08/01/2015) [-]
What happens when someone hooks your horns with a half sword, pulls it down and stabs you in the neck. A bascinet helmet has all smooth and rounded sides so arrows and blades glance off.
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#43 - wahut (08/01/2015) [-]
this is obviously made as a parade armor and not for war it doesnt even look scratched (unless it is a modern construction)
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#46 - listerthepessimist (08/01/2015) [-]
What the Royal Armouries have to say:

This helmet originally formed part of the court armour of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I and was made by Konrad Seusenhofer.

Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I presented Henry VIII with the armour that included this extraordinary ‘Horned helmet’ in 1514. This helmet was chosen as the symbol of the Royal Armouries in Leeds because of its extraordinary appearance and association with Henry VIII.

The full armour from which the ‘Horned helmet’ originates was one of three of similar design. Only the armour given by Maximilian I to his grandson, the future Emperor Charles V, survives intact and it is now in Vienna.

The rest of Henry VIII’s armour no longer survives and for some time after Henry’s death this helmet was believed to have belonged to his jester or fool, Will Somers, because of its unusual nature.

Konrad Seusenhofer, the maker of Henry VIII’s gift armour, was one of the leading armourers of the early 16th century. The ‘dragon’ hinges, left and right, suggest that alternative face defences were also supplied. It was made for use in pageants rather than for combat. Henry VIII might have worn it at sumptuous events such as the parades that accompanied tournaments.

It's housed there so I'm gonna assume they know their shit.
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#48 - wahut (08/01/2015) [-]
i think you just confirmed what i said
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#49 - listerthepessimist (08/02/2015) [-]
basically
#96 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 08/01/2015 on Twizzlers +3
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#137 - donbionicle (08/01/2015) [-]
Huh, when did UD stop being orange?
#10 - **chasboh used "*roll picture*"** **chasboh rolled image ** 07/31/2015 on The zombie apocalypse is... 0