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i’ve juste arrived at tokyo, so i didn’t have the time to really work and i’m still waiting for my desk. My current work station is cute, but not very fonctionnal. So today, just a little sketches. I hope better next time fellows !
now stop screwing them up seriously or i will put a medieval weapon in your head
This is rather inaccurate. Morning-stars are a type of mace. Saying they’re not maces because they’re spiked, is like saying falchions are not swords because they’re single edged. Also, the weapon you have as a mace is another sub-category known as flanged mace.
What you call guisarme is most commonly referred to as a bill-hook. Guisarme is a rather vague term that can apply to a variety of different polearm.
Spiked chain is a d&d weapon that I’m pretty sure had no medieval European equivalent. Some obscure Asian martial art might had used regular chains, but I don’t really know anything about that.
Finaly, I’m not aware of any historical examples of gauntlets with actual spikes on them, but considering lantern shields existed, I’m gonna give it a pass.