The first this list, the broadsword, was a long and flat, and were mainly used to cause damage to their opponents armour. This also goes for other types of swords as well, like long swords. A spear would be a sharp blade mounted on a short or long piece of wood. It was the most common type of pole weapon in the Dark and Middle Ages. Finally, the flail, which is a cousin of the mace. They are practically the same weapon, only the flail has a chain connected to the spike ball at the end of the shaft.
These weapons of war are a part of one of the biggests interests in the study of the Dark Ages. Learning about Middle Age warfare and its weapons is fundamental in the combat we’ve used for centuries. Even though some of their practices are a little outdated, the weapons made popular during the Dark Ages advanced the skill level of the soldier and the effectiveness of weapons during this