Loading...

Longsword trchnics

Tags :

etiquette and manner

topic on good manners

good manners and right conduct

example of good manners

a paragraph on good manners

atticates and manners

speech on the topic good manners

paragraph on good manners

manner and etiquette

good manners paragraph

. 52 Videos
Subscribe
22,548,145
2,729,347 views
95% 39,852 852
Google AdSense
728 x 90

Similar Videos:

50 Comments

    Popular Comments:

WhatDoYouMeanIcantStickmyFingersthere3 . 2018-10-21 09:07:05
https://i.imgur.com/nYhAuzn.gif
564 3
modi123 . 2018-10-21 09:18:55
Does this hold up when they have the high ground?
177 4
BaderSmile . 2018-10-21 09:28:08
https://i.imgur.com/YXW1bee.gif
8 2
dekerrafields . 2018-10-21 09:28:45
http://i.imgur.com/vB1TmRQ.png
327 4
Polygonmaster . 2018-10-21 09:53:55
Santa claus gonna fookin dek ya
16 0
zanzeh . 2018-10-21 10:40:29
This is what I expect when I watch shows like GoT...
75 1
Deadite . 2018-10-21 10:49:56
Lrgo Trchnics
5 1
UranusSpelunker . 2018-10-21 10:54:34
Holy ground is still the best defense
12 0
WristDeepInaPussy . 2018-10-21 10:58:15
Slower you slut. Also, it'd help if you'd explain where each of the techniques come from, which style ND whatnot
422 9
anzius . 2018-10-21 11:29:57
Warriors actually rarely used swords, and in a war a spear unit would have been much more effective than a sword unit.
3 7
notFromHereButStaying . 2018-10-21 11:31:15
No ending him rightly. Where is the pummel throwing?
20 3
TesticalNectar . 2018-10-21 11:40:17
No, you need to study the Blade to unlock those secrets. http://i.imgur.com/4zH67M2.gif
6 3
Inanist . 2018-10-21 11:41:13
These are cool but I think I have epilepsy now with all those flashbacks.
1 0
onetruecod . 2018-10-21 11:41:29
Some of it looks it's from Fiore dei Liberi, an Italian who wrote a swordfighting manual. It isn't the classic German style because (1/)
106 1
onetruecod . 2018-10-21 11:42:01
the overhead guard is more like an over-the-shoulder guard. The half-swording and grabs also look familiar to me.
53 0
onetruecod . 2018-10-21 11:42:29
In the US, Schola St. George groups study/practice Liberi. I did a year or so of it in Texas.
36 0
Thetingwitdating . 2018-10-21 11:43:53
Yes, yes and yes. ^^^
8 0
plus1s4u . 2018-10-21 11:45:43
IIRC, long swords were used in the 16/17th century to counter pike and spear formations... (see doppelsoldner / zweihander)
4 3
BenjinBaggins . 2018-10-21 11:53:27
Seems like it would be a bad idea to grab the blade. Are these legit?
5 1
ashoebomb . 2018-10-21 11:57:09
Also, does it work if your oppenet isn't letting you preform the move.
16 5
Daetur . 2018-10-21 12:05:30
Sauce for last https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohmLaZHStmI
1 0
anzius . 2018-10-21 12:11:24
And they dropped out of use pretty quickly because they were not very effective and required too much training to wield properly.
3 3
anzius . 2018-10-21 12:13:05
There is a reason why the pike/spear wall formation lasted from antiquity until the age of firearms. It was the most effective formation
5 3
Catmancer9000 . 2018-10-21 12:20:42
This is giving me flashbacks of the battle of Hastings
10 0
IamRodHull . 2018-10-21 12:27:51
Nice of santa to join in at the end
1 0
maximuffin2 . 2018-10-21 12:54:08
https://imgur.com/CdHg0vZ This is the only For Honor gif I have :(
42 0
siler7 . 2018-10-21 12:54:15
Are you having a stroke?
16 4
DerpyBestPrincess . 2018-10-21 12:55:27
trchnics, huh
3 2
DerpyBestPrincess . 2018-10-21 12:56:20
If you need to start a sentence with IIRC, you shouldn't finish it. Check facts and make sure before you post.
4 4
DutchKincaid . 2018-10-21 12:56:53
Boris FX Sapphire Two-Strip Technicolor filter
1 0
BautaStein . 2018-10-21 12:57:23
Matt Easton loves to break down those fights
7 1
DergenTheDergenborn . 2018-10-21 12:57:30
INCREDIBILIS!
6 0
BautaStein . 2018-10-21 12:57:46
If stuff like this interests you search for local HEMA clubs
7 0
VCepesh . 2018-10-21 13:00:13
Yes. Clothing and gloves are sufficient to protect you from an accidental cut when grabbing the blade. Even if not, light laceration is 1/2
13 1
mickeylarson . 2018-10-21 13:00:30
Imagine a Boston Dynamics robot with a long sword
2 1
VCepesh . 2018-10-21 13:00:33
better than being hit solidly and with force, as your opponent intended. 2/2
10 0
intothewilde . 2018-10-21 13:01:19
Not 100% sure but swords were usually rather a point-and-sting than a hack-and-slash-weapon. Depending on your opponent, might work
5 4
goatamon . 2018-10-21 13:01:40
A draw cut isn’t going to do dick against someone in padded clothing, wearing the right kind of gauntlets/gloves.
13 0
goatamon . 2018-10-21 13:03:24
On a battlefield? Yes. Even in the age when swords were carried by basically everyone in an army, they were almost always sidearms. However,
4 0
goatamon . 2018-10-21 13:04:01
in a civilian situation, you sure as shit aren’t going to carry a pole-weapon in public.
5 0
Jealous
1 Photos
86324 views
55%
Futurama Special Edition
1 Photos
18243 views
55%
 
9 Photos
 
58380 views
55%
Reset button
1 Photos
75094 views
55%
RIP, Dewey
1 Photos
46454 views
55%
Baaaahhh!
2 Photos
53408 views
55%
Dump 2 electric dumpaloo
50 Photos
28209 views
55%
This one wasn't so lucky.
1 Photos
35137 views
55%
With sound baby!!!!!!
1 Photos
77576 views
55%
AC/DC Washing Machine
1 Photos
46242 views
55%
Chonk pimpin’
1 Photos
25367 views
55%
You motorboating sonova...
1 Photos
20340 views
55%
Puppy just learned “sit”
1 Photos
Dammit Tumblr
1 Photos
66061 views
55%
1 Photos
69216 views
55%
Thrift store Gold
1 Photos
22473 views
55%
Wait for it.
1 Photos
24436 views
55%
Google AdSense
336 x 280