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About Angmarzku

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  • Birthday 08/30/2000

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    Folklore, History, Architecture, Medieval Arms and Armours, Fantasy

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    The Hand of Mordring
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  1. The Abyssal Shambler shambled away, grocery shopping for hands.
  2. "Richard Goldsmith one blue paltock of defence (fabric torso defence), my son and heir John one basinet with one aventail one pair of plate gauntlets one paltock of defence two pisans one silvered axe and one sword with cutting edge, John Dundrawe my silver baselard, John Austyn one pair of plates." - Will of Robert Goldsmyth, Goldsmith of Carlisle, Cumberland, 31 January 1379 

  3. "One little prente with silver leaves with one fountele of silk (decorations) for one basinet, one haubergeon called ‘Bouillon’ (i.e. belonged to Godfrey of Bouillon), and one pair of plates covered with green velvet, four swords one (decorated) with the Earl’s (heraldic) arms, one of Saint George, the third of the (type used by the) Saracens, the fourth for war, two basinets one covered with leather the other burnished (polished steel), one pair of buttoned cordwain (high-quality Spanish leather) huces (shield covers), one iron corset, one cover for one horse of the (heraldic) arms of Hereford." - Inventory of the Goods of Humphrey, Earl of Hereford and Essex, probably Pleshey Castle, Essex, 1322 

  4. "Jean Wallet, the younger his good haubergeon of Chambly nailing (i.e. all-riveted links made at Chambly), Thomas Pilate a haubergeon of half nailing (i.e. not all links are riveted) which belonged to the Bastard Pilatte his cousin." - Testament of Nicaise de Mons, Widow of Jacques Pilatte, Burgess of Douai, County of Flanders, 12 December 1381 

  5. "Then they seized a certain item of clothing (the costliest) – which we call a ‘jack’ – and hoisted it up on a lance as a target at which to shoot their arrows. And when they only did a little damage shooting forcefully at it, they pulled it down and rent it with axes and swords." - A Chronicler’s Account of the Revolting Peasants’ Destruction of John of Gaunt’s Savoy Palace, Near the City of London, June 1381 

  6. Ghamul, Son of Mordring, The Bane of Man, Herald of the Black Sun squints its beady green orbs.
  7. QiiRt3X.jpg

    It's been 4 years

    1. space warlord organ trader

      space warlord organ trader

      best memories on the server. 


      hope you're well, king. 

    2. Angmarzku


      I am, time to spook again on the server

  8. Third time's the charm I guess, or not. I don't think there's a point to a third vampiric creature.
  9. that's a chad kit you've got on your pfp

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    2. Angmarzku


      I plan to eventually build one based on the second half of the 14th century examples.

    3. MisaiAki


      i'll probably be getting a bascinet soon, although i don't really trust serbian smiths that much. one of them wanted to sell me non tempered steel lmao

    4. Angmarzku


      I wouldn't necessarily call it a scam since historic artifacts have been found to lack tempering or any special hardening, but it all depends on what you're looking for. I for one think the Polish and English are currently the best smiths and craftsmen for this domain. I'll add you on Discord to give you some examples.

  10. As a Romanian, this is a weird mesh of cultures, don't know how to feel about it
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