In battle or competition, the best way to unhorse an
Along with the sword, a Knight's lance is his primary offensive weapon. Lances used purely for competition were made to splinter upon impact, reducing the chances of serious injury to opponents during the joust.
Light. Maneuverable. Everything a sword should be.
During battle, the Knights used the Espada on horseback or in combination with a shield or other weapon.
A heavy, two-handed sword tailor-made for epic
Because of its heft, 11th century Knights used the Mandoble on foot, often to deal a final blow to an enemy.
Versatile, but no less deadly.
A cross between a battle-axe and a spear, the Alabarda was used to keep enemies at a distance. Should one miss his enemy on the forward stroke, the point on the back of the weapon can be used to stab with a rearward thrust.
Used on horseback or on foot, it's as fearsome as it
By swinging the wooden handle, the spiked ball on the end of the chain dealt a devastating blow to an adversary.
Armor-crushing force at your finger tips.
The advantage of using a mace in battle comes from the sheer amount of striking force generated by the pointed weight atop its wooden shaft.