Medieval Knights use two types of swords. The Espada is a one-handed, short sword used on horseback or in combination with a shield or another weapon. The Mandoble is a longer, heavier, two-handed sword used by knights on foot to deliver powerful blows.
A lance is a weapon used in battle or tournament. A knight uses a lance to knock his enemy from the horse. After the sword, the lance is the knight's primary offensive weapon.
This weapon is a cross between a battle-axe and a spear. It is used by foot soldiers to keep the enemy at a distance. A point is added to the back of the weapon so if the enemy was missed on the forward stroke, he could be stabbed with a backward thrust.
A heavy weapon made of a wooden handle with a quatrefoil-shaped head. The mace delivers a crushing blow to an opponent's armor with a single strike.
Donning iron clad armor and wielding the most advanced weaponry of the Middle Ages, these knights will have to call upon all of their training, bravery and their gallant steeds to win the tournament and preserve peace in the kingdom.