Ah, 116 years of warfare (or something like that) was fought between the French and English, with a few others like the Flemish and Burgundians.
There were many battles form Verscuil, Agincourt, Poiters, Castillion, and Orleans. Which was your favorite?
Weapons? There were a lot... Which one do you favor?
Hammer: Yes, there hammers mainly used by archers or heavy infantry. It proved its worth at agincourt.
Swords: We all know whats swords were used for and what they could do...
Daggers: Little sharp and pointy swords for the archers and crossbowman.
Longbow: Odd one isn't it, recent history suggest it was as armor piercing as it suggests, but still a grand weapon. Only masters could wield this bow. It got some big wins for the English.
Crossbow: Slow but powerful it was, some shot faster than others, it depends on its strength. A arbalest in 14th century was more powerful than its half wood half horn crossbow counterpart (composite).
A lot of loading mechanisms were employed for it like the rachet, winlass, belt n' buckle and don't forget the goats foot lever.
Bills: A farming weapon turned deadly.
Spears: They have been here for a a while haven't they.
As for tactics well tell me about it.
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