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Lion’S Flail Testimonials

by admin on January 22, 2012

Lion’S Flail

Lion'S Flail

38″ long. All tough plastic design. Lion take care of with spiked chain url related to tri plastic blades. Beautifully comprehensive.
Materials: Plastic
Whip into motion!

Listing Price tag: $ 24.00

Price tag: $ 14.47

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Query by joypatra: In medieval 2 whole war, how do I merge units?
For example, I have some spear militia units with much less than 10 troopers in every single. I would like to merge them into a single unit instead than retraining them. Is there a way to do so?

Ideal answer:

Solution by jack
Thats a excellent query…. I have that sport way too and I have found when soldiers get minimal on the two sets of units a single group will merge with the other automatically.

So I feel it’s achievable, I never truly feel like loading the recreation up right now but I have an concept. Try out drag and droping the models on leading of every single other.

This could only perform with units that have the very same exact armor, experinece, weapon improve, and many others… So if you have one particular unit of spear militia that has leather-based armor and yet another that has chainmail then it could not operate.

I am content the incorporated the retrain in this medieval collection… now if they can just resolve the AI…

Add your personal solution in the feedback!

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Q&A: Making independent film?

by admin on January 18, 2012

Issue by : Creating impartial film?
I’ve usually liked generating movies since I was first launched to it in school. My wife is a extremely competent seamstress and has usually built superb costumes for all of our flicks. We have produced several different style based films ranging from movie noir detective tales to horror. I now plan on making a movie set in a medieval fantasy themed time these kinds of as the war hammer universe. My spouse is apt in making all costumes pertaining to fabric based mostly materials even so she will not be ready to make armor other than leather-based. My question is how can I make fantasy like armor with no the support of a blacksmith, buying presently duplicate created armor, and not investing a great deal of income. Be aware that it doesn’t want to be metal just have the appearance of metal. Remember to only offer you real recommend and none of the “you can’t apart from to do that with no the prior to talked about things”.

Best answer:

Reply by D L
hmmm… just questioning what costume producing has to do with photography????

maybe you must article this in yet another category. photogs are silly. we only know cameras not blacksmithing. maybe you can lower cardboard to form and paint it.

What do you feel? Response beneath!

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Chatting Smack

by admin on January 16, 2012

Some awesome medieval mace pictures:

Talking Smack
medieval mace

Graphic by jurvetson
Waiting for the SVB charity poker tournament to begin previous night…

Jeff Loomans and the Sierra group had particular super-intimidating t-shirts produced up for the function. Jeff also had a mace (the medieval spiked ball and chain) hanging from his belt. His even bigger equipment did the trick, as he went on to conquer every person from our team.

Update: This just in. JLo’s great functionality was not sufficient to win it for the staff. The winner of the NVCA Chairman’s Cup was….. Crew DFJ. I was asleep by then. The leading person was Rob McIntyre of CMEA Ventures, and he will get a seat at the 2005 WPT Invitational.

Oh Yea, Oh Yea…..Johnny’s Back!
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Picture by JohnnyEnglish
Preston’s City-crier.
In Medieval England, city criers ended up the chief signifies of news communication with the individuals of the town considering that several folks could not study or compose. Royal proclamations, nearby byelaws, market days, adverts, even marketing loaves of sugar ended up all proclaimed by a bellman or crier all through the centuries—At Christmas 1798, the Chester Canal Co. available some sugar ruined in their packet boat and this was to be marketed by the bellman.

Chester’s 1st recorded ‘belman’ was in 1540, when costs recorded included a single (old) penny for ‘going for nearly anything that is lost’ and 4d for primary the funeral procession. In 1681, a hearth basic safety buy by the town Assembly that all properties ought to be tiled, not thatched, was to ‘be printed through the metropolis by the day bellman. In 1553, the Crier was paid 13d for ‘ridunge the banes’ (studying the banns or adverts for the Chester Mystery Performs. In 1598, Bellman Richard Woodcock should have been dressed in a similar way to the London Bellman, for he had ‘a tymber mast typt at the two endes and embellished in the middest with silver. In 1620, there was a battle at the cross amongst the butchers and the bakers in which the ‘Cryer brake his Mace in peeces Amonge them’. In 1607, 1 public notice study by George Tunnall, the bellman, forbade tipping garbage in the river. In 1715, a nearby man recorded that the’Belman at the Cross … Reads publicly a proclamation in the Mayor’s title, commanding all persons in the City to bee of peaceable and civil behaviour, not to stroll close to the Streets or Rows at unreasonable hrs of night’. In 1743, John Posnitt took about as ‘Day and Evening Bellman’. In 1792, Chester had a day and night time bellman, John Yarwood and a crier, William Ratcliffe, but by 1835 there would seem to have been only one position. It was not till 1998 that Chester had a crier and a bellman once again.

City criers have been safeguarded by the ruling monarch, as they at times brought poor information, for case in point, tax raises. To this day, any Town Crier in the British Commonwealth is safeguarded under outdated English legislation that they are not to be hindered or heckled although doing their duties. To injure or hurt a City Crier was witnessed as an act of treason against the ruling monarchy. This is how the term &quotdon’t shoot the messenger&quot arrived about. A minor recognized reality is that the term &quotPosting A Recognize&quot in fact will come from the act of the Town Crier, who getting go through his communication to the Townspeople, would attach it to the door publish of the local Inn or Tavern, so that it could be examine by any person who could read it for themselves—normally only the clergy and wealthy land homeowners could do this.

For the most portion, the citizens of the cities relied on the crier for the most recent info, be it great or negative information. These could contain Famine, War, Feast, and Taxation Alterations. Bear in mind there was no radio or Television in olden Days!

Criers had been not often guys. Many Town Criers had been ladies. Bells were not the only consideration acquiring device. In Holland, a gong was the instrument of option for several, and in France they utilised a drum, or a hunting horn.

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Great Medieval Hammer photos

by admin on January 14, 2012

Some cool medieval hammer photos:

Church of All Saints – Leamington Spa – Spire – clock
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Picture by ell brown
This is the Church of All Saints in Leamington Spa.

It is Quality II* listed.

All Saints Church, Leamington Spa

Developed in the gothic style in the 19th century, it has been explained as &quotone of the biggest Church of England parish churches, rivaling numerous cathedrals in dimensions.&quot It is situated in the centre of the city, just south of the River Leam in what was the outdated core of the city.

Grade II* listing Church of All Saints, Royal Leamington Spa – British Detailed Properties

Church. 1843-1869, with afterwards additions and alterations and
incorporating north transept wall of 1825. By JG Jackson, of
Leamington, with the vicar, Dr John Craig 1867 south transept
by TC Barry with additions and alterations of 1889, like
chancel screen donated by Sidney Flavel Jr and additional two
west bays of nave and south-west porch and tower of 1892-1902
by Sir A Blomfield. 1986 addition of Urquart Room and Parish
Offices to west end of nave. Ashlar with Welsh slate roof.
Design: French Gothic.
Prepare: 4-phase south-west tower with porch 6-bay nave with
clerestory and aisles, nave has north-west turret 2-bay
transepts, to north transept an entrance, also an east turret
with clock with steeple, and to south transept an entrance
with Galilee porch apsidal chancel with north Girl Chapel and
south Chapel of All Souls.
EXTERIOR: chamfered plinth, moulded band stepped buttresses
to aisles and tower battlements. Tower: west entrance porch
to reduce phase: a plank door in hollow-chamfered,
pointed-arched surround with foliage to spandrels and
architrave with traceried decoration earlier mentioned a 3-light window
to each and every aspect. Second phase: band, 2-light windows. 3rd
stage: band, slits. Fourth phase: band, tall, two-light belfry
openings, band, low parapet with pinnacles with finials to
angles. Nave: to west conclude a tall, five-light window aisles, 2
windows to west have four-centred arches, normally
pointed-arched, 5-light windows. Clerestorys have five-light,
pointed-arched windows. Transepts: rose window to each and every stop,
that to south derived from Church of St Ouen, Rouen, that to
north derived from Rouen Cathedral. To east and south ends of
south chapel are tall, three-light, pointed-arched windows. Apse
has 5 tall three-light windows.
INTERIOR: balcony to west stop. Column clusters to nave and
transepts with treble-chamfered, pointed-arched arcade with
roll-moulding to head. To transepts are four-centred-arched
openings with traceried frieze over, and inside of to north-east
a tall pointed arch with ambigu-chamfered, hollow moulding,
containing organ. Carved reredos dependent on Final Supper. Hammer beam roof. Medieval effigy of an abbot in north porch. Wall
tablets dating back again to 1808. Apse stained glass, 1851, by
Possibility of Birmingham.
HISTORICAL Notice: Bath Street was a major street of the C18
village of Leamington.
All Saints Church types component of a group which consists of
Victoria Bridge, Parade, the Royal Pump Space and Baths, Parade
and Victoria Terrace (qqv).
(The Structures of England: Pevsner N and Wedgwood A:
Warwickshire: Harmondsworth: 1966-1990: 333-4 Cave LF: Royal
Leamington Spa Its Heritage and Development: Chichester: 1988-:
138-140).

Spire on the church with a clock.

Zoom in to the clock deal with.

From Priory Terrace.

Church of All Saints – Leamington Spa – Rose window
medieval hammer

Picture by ell brown
This is the Church of All Saints in Leamington Spa.

It is Quality II* outlined.

All Saints Church, Leamington Spa

Developed in the gothic design in the 19th century, it has been explained as &quotone of the greatest Church of England parish churches, rivaling several cathedrals in dimensions.&quot It is located in the centre of the town, just south of the River Leam in what was the aged core of the city.

Quality II* listing Church of All Saints, Royal Leamington Spa – British Listed Structures

Church. 1843-1869, with afterwards additions and alterations and
incorporating north transept wall of 1825. By JG Jackson, of
Leamington, with the vicar, Dr John Craig 1867 south transept
by TC Barry with additions and alterations of 1889, including
chancel display screen donated by Sidney Flavel Jr and extra 2
west bays of nave and south-west porch and tower of 1892-1902
by Sir A Blomfield. 1986 addition of Urquart Area and Parish
Offices to west finish of nave. Ashlar with Welsh slate roof.
Type: French Gothic.
Program: four-phase south-west tower with porch six-bay nave with
clerestory and aisles, nave has north-west turret two-bay
transepts, to north transept an entrance, also an east turret
with clock with steeple, and to south transept an entrance
with Galilee porch apsidal chancel with north Girl Chapel and
south Chapel of All Souls.
EXTERIOR: chamfered plinth, moulded band stepped buttresses
to aisles and tower battlements. Tower: west entrance porch
to decrease phase: a plank door in hollow-chamfered,
pointed-arched surround with foliage to spandrels and
architrave with traceried decoration earlier mentioned a three-light window
to every aspect. 2nd phase: band, two-light windows. Third
stage: band, slits. Fourth stage: band, tall, two-light belfry
openings, band, lower parapet with pinnacles with finials to
angles. Nave: to west finish a tall, five-light window aisles, two
windows to west have 4-centred arches, in any other case
pointed-arched, five-light windows. Clerestorys have five-light,
pointed-arched windows. Transepts: rose window to every single stop,
that to south derived from Church of St Ouen, Rouen, that to
north derived from Rouen Cathedral. To east and south ends of
south chapel are tall, three-light, pointed-arched windows. Apse
has five tall 3-light windows.
INTERIOR: balcony to west conclude. Column clusters to nave and
transepts with treble-chamfered, pointed-arched arcade with
roll-moulding to head. To transepts are four-centred-arched
openings with traceried frieze earlier mentioned, and inside of to north-east
a tall pointed arch with double-chamfered, hollow moulding,
that contains organ. Carved reredos primarily based on Very last Supper. Hammer beam roof. Medieval effigy of an abbot in north porch. Wall
tablets dating back to 1808. Apse stained glass, 1851, by
Likelihood of Birmingham.
HISTORICAL Be aware: Bath Street was a primary street of the C18
village of Leamington.
All Saints Church kinds portion of a group which includes
Victoria Bridge, Parade, the Royal Pump Area and Baths, Parade
and Victoria Terrace (qqv).
(The Properties of England: Pevsner N and Wedgwood A:
Warwickshire: Harmondsworth: 1966-1990: 333-4 Cave LF: Royal
Leamington Spa Its Historical past and Development: Chichester: 1988-:
138-140).

Rose window on this facet.

The aspect on Priory Terrace, opposite the Publish Business office developing.

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